{Tuity Fruity Popsicles}

If you don’t own popsicle molds I suggest you invest in some asap!  These popsicles, and I’m sure about a million other recipes, are my new favorite summer snack and I so regret not making them sooner.

{If you prefer to make your own molds search “DIY popsicle molds” on Pinterest for a ton of ideas on how to get started!}

fruit popsicle

I did quite a bit of research on the best popsicle molds (I didn’t want to waste money on ones that had poor quality sticks or took up a ton of room in my freezer) and ordered these Zoko Classic Molds from Amazon.  I really love them, they freeze well and are really easy to remove one popsicle at a time.

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Ingredients: (For 12 Popsicles)

  • 4 Peaches
  • 4 Nectarines
  • 4 Kiwis
  • 12 Strawberries
  • Orange Juice

Directions:

  • Peel the peaches, nectarines & kiwis
  • Dice all the fruit into small pieces and mix together
  • Use a table spoon to fill each mold to the fill line
  • Slowly pour orange juice into each mold while using one of the sticks, or a butter knife, to help the juice fill all the gaps up to the fill line
  • Freeze & Enjoy!

The amount of fruit I used was just enough to make 12 popsicles (I bought two sets) and I had only a spoonful or two left over.  It will depend on the size of whatever other fruit you used to make them, but I’d say 1 to 1-1/4 cups of mixed fruit would be good for six popsicles.

We liked the chunks of fruit, unlike a traditional juice popsicle, and really liked this medley of fruits although you can use pretty much any variety.  Each mold separates from the green base and you simply run it under hot water for a a minute or two to loosen the cover.  Super easy and super delicious!

I didn’t add any in this batch but Davin said they’d be even better with some Vodka mixed in! 😉

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