Tuesday, September 23, 2014

DIY Fruit Pops

My kids are picky when it comes to food so I try to think of ways to make it more interesting for them. Miley and Sabe are not so fond of fruit so I thought of making these cute popsicles which are fun and healthy at the same time. They're so easy to make and your kids will enjoy eating them too!

Just choose whatever fruits you like and cut them up into little pieces. I had kiwi, pineapple, papaya, and oranges.

Then fill your popsicle mold with fruits all the way to the top. Miley even had fun dividing the fruits, making sure each mold had equal amounts. :)

Then pour enough water or juice into each mold to cover the fruit. I used coconut water, but I'd like to try using a different juice next time (maybe orange or dalandan?). I guess depends also on the combination of fruits you used and what would taste good with it.

Then insert the popsicle sticks into the molds and place in the freezer until solid.

It was a bit hard getting the popsicles out of the mold though! I had to wait a few minutes and make it melt a little since it was really stuck at first. But it was so exciting to see all the frozen fruits! So pretty and refreshing to look at. :)

The kids were so excited to eat it, even little Skyler had a bite! :)

This really is the perfect treat to cool off especially when the weather is really hot, don't you think? Fun, fresh and fruity! :)


  1. I will definitely try that! My daughter loves popsicles pa namn..hihi

  2. These are cool, Helene. My mom used to make ice pops for us shaped like Flintstones characters when we were little kids in Monterey. You really have fun ideas and I must say, I learn a lot from you too, even if you're wayyyyyyy younger. Cheers!

  3. I love the splash of colors! Btw, I have the same pop molders. Saizen? :)

  4. cutie popsicles!! colorful and looks yummy!



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