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Chunky Fruit Popsicles Recipe

Jul 15, 2015

Summer is in full swing, which means it’s officially popsicle season! 

We love making our own popsicles at home—it's easy to make a batch of beautiful, delicious and healthy chunky fruit popsicles.

There’s nothing better than a freezer stocked full of homemade frozen treats when a heat wave hits! 

You Will Need:

  • summer fruits, sliced thinly (we used kiwi, strawberries, pineapple and peaches)
  • small berries (we used frozen blueberries)
  • pure white grape juice (pineapple juice or lemonade would work too)
  • popsicle moulds

A plate of fresh fruit, including kiwi, strawberry, mango and pineapple.

Instructions:

1.  Line popsicle moulds with the sliced fruit. Place the berries in the centre of the moulds to hold everything in place nicely.

Popsicle moulds filled with fresh fruit.

2.  Fill the popsicle moulds with pure white grape juice.  Pour gently and slowly to help keep the fruit in place.


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3.  Pop the tops onto the moulds and put them in the freezer overnight.

Popsicle moulds filled with fresh fruit and white grape juice.

4.  When you need a cool treat, simply run the moulds under some warm water and gently pull the popsicles out.

A finished frozen fruit popsicle.

Enjoy! Happy summer!

Article Author Jen Kossowan
Jen Kossowan

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Jen is a teacher, blogger, and mama to a spirited little lady and a preemie baby boy. She's passionate about play, loves a good DIY project, adores travelling, and can often be found in the kitchen creating recipes that meet her crunchy mama criteria. You can follow Jen on her blog, Mama.Papa.Bubba, and on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

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