Post-Jump Snack: Fresh Fruit Popsicles

May 22, 2013

There’s nothing more refreshing than a popsicle on a hot summer day. Instead of buying sugary popsicles from the grocery store, why not make your own at home using fresh fruits and juices?! The fruit chunks look awesome once the popsicles are frozen while also tasting really fresh.


popsicle mould

cutting board



1 kiwi

¼ cup blackberries

¼ cup cut strawberries

¼ cup cut grapes

white grape juice 


Grab a cutting board and chop the kiwi, strawberries and grapes into a desired size for your popsicle mould. Layer the chopped fruit and blackberries into the mould – make sure some of the fruit pieces lay against the sides so that your popsicles have a cool & fruity effect once they’re frozen! Finally, pour white grape juice into each popsicle mould, insert the plastic mould stick, and put your popsicles in the freezer.

And of course, enjoy your popsicles outside with friends, family and your Springfree. :)


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