Frozen Fruit Pops

We’ve had some quite mixed weather in Edinburgh over the last couple of weeks, including a few scorchers (well, be Scottish standards) so we made some tasty frozen fruit pops to cool everyone down.

Frozen Fruit Pops

This recipe is suitable for: gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, vegan, nut free.

Ingredients

(makes 6 to 8)

  • 2-3 kiwis
  • Half a punnet of strawberries
  • Half a punnet of blueberries
  • Apple juice

Frozen Fruit Pops

Utensils

  • Chopping board
  • Cutting knife
  • Small empty yoghurt pots or similar
  • Ice lolly sticks

We used little pots that had had chocolate mouse in them, they are the perfect size for this and also for things like painting, so I always keep them and add them to our stash of recycled materials. We also collect, wash and reuse ice lolly sticks but you can buy packs of them as well if you don’t have any recycled ones to hand.

Frozen Fruit Pops

If you already have ice lolly moulds at home, you could use these instead. We do have some, but for these fruit pops we found the little pots worked better as you can get more chunky bits of fruit in the them whereas the moulds are more flat and thin.

Frozen Fruit Pops

Directions

  • Peel the kiwis, and cut the leaves off the strawberries.
  • Quarter the kiwis and cut them in to slices. Cut the strawberries in to slices. Cut the blueberries in half if they are very big (ours were).
  • Fill each pot about half to two thirds of the way with fruit – make sure you have a nice chunky slice of kiwi or strawberry at the bottom.
  • Stick an ice lolly stick in to each pot, jamming it in to your chunky slice of fruit at the bottom. It should stay in place.*
  • Fill the pots up with apple juice.
  • Carefully transfer the pots to your freezer. Wait at least 4-6 hours for them to fully freeze.
  • To eat the fruit pops, you might need to briefly run them under warm water to release them from the pots.

*If the lolly sticks won’t stay upright, you can put the pots in the freezer for an hour until they start to freeze, then push the lolly sticks in. Don’t wait too long though, or they will be too frozen.

Frozen Fruit Pops

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5 Comments on Frozen Fruit Pops

  1. Karen Legge
    11 August 2020 at 8:32 pm (4 months ago)

    These look amazing. It’s 33 degrees here today and I’ve just started a health kick. This is exactly what I need.

    Reply
  2. Sabina Green
    11 August 2020 at 8:34 pm (4 months ago)

    We love ice lollies, fruity ones are great. They sounds so refreshing with the apple juice in!

    Reply
  3. Sarah Stockley
    11 August 2020 at 8:37 pm (4 months ago)

    I need one of these right now! I love how you have used mousse pots as lolly moulds. Fruity ice pops are my favourites.

    Reply
  4. Lyndsey O'Halloran
    11 August 2020 at 9:30 pm (4 months ago)

    These look lovely and refreshing, especially for the weather we’re having right now.

    Reply
  5. Playdays and Runways
    16 August 2020 at 9:35 am (4 months ago)

    These look so nice an a perfect treat for the Summer months.

    Reply

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