Healthy Fruit Popsicle Recipes

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5 Healthy fruit popsicle recipes

Healthy fruit popsicle recipes; with the warmth of summer, nothing preferable to bring down the temperature than a good fruit popsicle today we bring you 5 formulas for healthy fruit popsicle recipes, which will dissolve you with pleasure.The popsicles are an ideal option for our kids, and they avoid dehydration in summer days.

Healthy Fruit Popsicle Recipes

Avocado and Melon Popsicles

We continue with this recipe of “meatified” with natural ingredients and without a gram of sugar.Mix in a bowl 320gr. Of sweet melon, two spoonfuls of lemon juice (30ml.), 75ml. Of water, and 135gr. Of avocado (without skin or bone). Mix everything well until obtaining a soft cream.Pour the mixture into the molds, place a mold on each stick and freeze for at least 5 or 6 hours.


Peach Cream popsicles

We continue with this creamy pole of “pint-sized treasures”. Place 3-4 peaches, peeled and cut into cubes, 4 tablespoons of Greek yogurt, 3 tablespoons of milk and 1 or 2 tablespoons of honey (depending on whether you like it more or less sweet).Grind the ingredients until you get a soft puree, pour into the molds, place the sticks, freeze them and enjoy!


Tropical pineapple and mango popsicles

We end up with this recipe we have seen in “frugal mom eh!” For fans of tropical fruits.First, peel and chop a mango and half a pineapple, and freeze for a few hours. Then place them in a bowl with 400ml. Of pineapple juice and mash everything well, until obtaining a smooth mixture.Pour into the molds, place a toothpick in each and put the poles in the freezer for at least 6 hours before enjoying.


Watermelon and kiwi popsicles

We started with this recipe of “the pretty bee”, healthy and more than appetizing.First, remove the crust of half watermelon, cut into cubes and remove the seeds. Then mix or crush with a blender and pour the watermelon juice over the molds, until filling two-thirds of each. Put a toothpick in each mold and freeze until they are hard (about two hours).Meanwhile, chop and cut three Kiwis into slices, place them in the blender and crush them. If you want you can add 3-4 tablespoons of sugar, depending on your tastes.


Strawberry and banana popsicles

For those who like the classic flavors, we propose this recipe of “sally’s baking addiction” with only three ingredients, all natural.Mix in a bowl a large ripe diced banana, 12 strawberries cut in half and 120ml. Pineapple juice or orange juice. Grind the fruit with a blender until smooth and pour into the molds.

To finish place a stick in each mold and freeze them throughout the night (6-8 hours). To facilitate the extraction of the molds, we recommend that you put the molds under the tap with warm water, so they will easily peel off.

sources: meatified. ; pint-sized treasures ; frugal mom eh ; the pretty bee ; sally’s baking addiction

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