Homemade Fruit Popsicles


It is getting really hot out there! And while we love the long days of summer, it’s so important to stay hydrated and refreshed. One of our favorite ways to do so is by enjoying a homemade popsicle using fresh or frozen fruit. Many of the popsicles that you find in the grocery store are loaded with sugar, additives, and food coloring (yuck!). Below, we are sharing a simple and delicious recipe that you can make with your kids — featuring a variety of wholesome and healthy fruit combinations!


2 cups of frozen or fresh fruit. Some of our favorites: strawberries, pineapple, blueberries, mango, raspberries
1/2 cup of water
Splash of lemon

  • For fresh fruit: wash and cut your favorite fruits.
  • Add water
  • Add a splash of lemon
  • Blend on a high setting
  • Pour in ice containers and freeze
  • Enjoy!

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