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Popsicles- Healthy Recipes
Try frozen fruit drinks, fruit juices or many smoothie
recipes can be turned into Popsicles by blending the
ingredients in the blender until smooth then poured into molds and
Cut up slices of kiwi, fresh strawberries, mango or other fruits you
like and place in popsicle molds. Pour water or 7-up over the fruit.
Add popiscle stick and freeze.
1 cup applesauce
Add a little water if you would like it thinner. Pour into molds and
2 cups watermelon cubed remove seeds
1 cup apple juice
Blend in blender until smooth. Pour into Popsicle molds and freeze.
Add ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into
Popsicle molds and freeze.
Blueberry Swirl Popsicle
Add vanilla and blueberry yogurt into popsicle mold adding each one
a little at a time giving it a layer effect. Freeze.
Pineapple Popsicle Recipe
1 quart milk
20 oz can of crushed pineapple, drained
1 ½ Cups sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
Blend in blender until smooth. Pour into molds and freeze.
½ Cup sugar
½ Cup water
2 tablespoons lemon juice
4 cups watermelon diced or 5 cups strawberries
In saucepan, heat sugar and water. Bring to a boil and stir until
sugar dissolves. Allow to cool and stir in lemon juice. Puree fruit
in blender, substitute a different fruit if desired or experiment
with different flavors. Add sugar mixture with fruit. Blend
together. Pour into small paper cups and freeze.
See more slushie recipes.
Multi Layer Fruit Pops
2 Cups sliced fresh strawberries
¾ Cup sugar, divided
1 1/3 Cups fresh peaches, sliced
2 cups diced watermelon
Puree in blender strawberries and ¼ cup sugar. Pour small amount in
molds or paper cups about 1/3 full. Put in Popsicle sticks. Freeze.
Puree peaches and ¼ cup sugar in blender. Pour over frozen
strawberry layer. Freeze. Cube watermelon and remove seeds. Puree
watermelon and ¼ cup sugar in blender. Pour over frozen peach layer
Lemon Fruity Pops
8 oz lemon yogurt
2 Cups seedless watermelon, cubed
small container strawberries, washed and cut off tops
1 banana, peeled and sliced
Add ingredients to blender and blend until smooth. Pour into
popsicle molds and freeze overnight.
by Caitlin M (Perth)
1 Small Mango
1/2 Cup of any Yogurt
1 Cup of Milk
1. Pour all Ingredients into Blender
2. Blend until Smooth
3. Pour Mixture into Popsicles. For fun added a slice strawberry or
other fruit along sides before freezing.
Also this recipe is also used as a smoothie, just add 3 Ice Cubes
Put mandarin oranges or peach slices into the bottom of a plastic
cup. Pour peach or orange juice into the cup until almost full. Poke
a stick through a square of tin foil and into cup. freeze overnight.
to get Popsicle out, run warm water on the outside of cup and gently
slide Popsicle out. Enjoy a healthy treat.
Red Fruit Pop's
by Amy J.K. (Victoria BC)
1 cup strawberry or raspberry yogurt
1/2 cup frozen strawberries
1 cup strawberry kiwi juice
Stir and pour into molds or cups and freeze.
Mango Mania Popsicle
by Brianne (willits,california)
1 half cup diced mango chunks
1 half cup pineapple diced
Fruit punch or orange juice
Blend in a blender, pour into molds, freeze. Enjoy
Apple Swirl Popsicles
Cut apples and mix with juice. Pour in cup put Popsicle stick in.
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Kids Fun Popsicle Recipes
by Natalie (United states)
1 bottle of any flavor of Gatorade
Pour Gatorade into Popsicle molds and freeze for a frozen, somewhat
Try mixing two juices together for a different flavor.
1 cup orange juice
1 Cup white grape juice
Stir together and pour into molds. Freeze.
1 Cup pineapple juice
1 Cup mixed fruit juice
Stir together and pour into molds. Freeze.
Colorful Ice Cubes
by Annika (Vanderhoof B,C)
1 pack of Kool-Aid
1 1/2 cups of water
Mix the water and the Kool-Aid together to make juice. Pour the
juice into ice cube molds. Freeze for 24 hours. Can eat it with
juice, water, or just eat it plain.
by Kayla (Mississippi)
1 cup of pulp free orange juice
1 cup peach Sunkist or other peach soda
Pour orange juice into small disposable plastic cups until half
full. Then, pour peach soda to fill the cup. The color of the pops
is much prettier if done in this order. Cover with plastic cling
wrap.(tin foil works too) Freeze over night for best results.
Tip: for stubborn pops run the cups under warm water.
by Megan & Isaac (Noblesville, IN)
We don't use exact amounts.
Orange Juice (probably 1-2 cups depending on how many pops
you are making)
Frozen or fresh fruit of choice (berries and bananas) - cut
up fruit as necessary to fit into blender
Blend/puree in the blender. Pour into popsicle molds. Freeze. enjoy
POP IN A TRAY!!
by Jazmine McCracken (Canada)
1. Get an ice tray.
2. Get a can of pop...any kind.
3. Poor the pop into each slot.
4. Then take either straws or popsicle sticks and put them in.
Try your best to make them stand(they may not stand straight up)!!
5.Check on them 1 hour later to see if its slush then try to put
them straight up
one bottle of water
one pack of crystal lite lemonade flavor
Mix and add to a Popsicle mold. This is easy and fun.
Popsicle recipes are something easy to make and kid friendly. Any
drink mix will taste great poured into Popsicle molds or small paper
cups with a Popsicle stick inserted. However, sugar free or drinks
such as Crystal light won't turn out as well. So if using those mix
a little juice, fruit drink or Kool-Aid in with it before freezing.
Most of these Popsicles require a pudding mix, a lemonade mix, some
juice or a recipe of your own that is easy to make. Just follow the
directions on the box or package and pour into the Popsicle molds.