Posted in Desserts, Food, Kids in the Kitchen, No-Bake

Tutti Fruiti Frozen Popsicles

Well, I can’t take credit for this recipe but it happened by accident! M was in the mood for some homemade fruit pops and I had recently cleaned out my cabinet, donating the popsicle molds to the resale shop. Low and behold, while looking for a few great deals at JoAnn’s 70% off sale this week, I found some pink popsicle molds. These looked much better than our old ones and they were less than $3.00…so I bought them. 🙂
Looking around the kitchen, M decided to make up her own recipe for these refreshing frozen treats…

Throw all of your overly ripe fruit and a can of Dole tropical fruit (with juice) in the blender. Purée well. Pour the fruit purée into individual popsicle molds. Freeze overnight. (These can also be made in Dixie cups with popsicle sticks. Fill cups 3/4 full with purée. Freeze for 30 minutes. Then, slip the popsicle stick into the partially frozen popsicle and continue to freeze overnight.) Yummy and refreshing!


2 thoughts on “Tutti Fruiti Frozen Popsicles

    1. Ohhhh, they are refreshing and really quite easy to make. The temperature in our area is in the 90’s these days so a sweet treat from the freezer is always enjoyable! Enjoy and thanks for stopping by, Roseamy.


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