Do you love easy homemade popsicles? These cool treats can be made in minutes, without all the additives and preservatives of store bought versions! There is nothing like spending a lazy day by the pool cooling off with a refreshing ice pop.
And Herchel (a favorite fellow blogger) from Gym Craft Laundry is starting off summer the right way by sharing her amazing homemade strawberry kiwi spritzer popsicle recipe with us. So get ready for summer!
Homemade Strawberry Kiwi Sprintzer Popsicle Recipe
We make popsicles together all the time! My kids like to try new flavor combinations. I like to try healthier recipes. It’s a win win! Whether you like sweet and fruity popsicles or creamy fudge pops, homemade versions are easy to make and don’t take much time.
I like to make pretty popsicles that look tastier than grocery store pops. Presentation is half of the experience, especially when it comes to children.
This time we went for a pretty strawberry kiwi spritzer popsicle.
It’s beautiful, huh?!
6-8 sliced strawberries
one sliced kiwi
1/4 part white grape juice
1/4 part lemon-lime soda (or lemon/lime juice mixed with water)
popsicle molds (affiliate)
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Slice your fruit into fairly thin pieces.
Drop them into the popsicle molds. You can layer the strawberries with the kiwis or vary them like I did!
Mix the white grape juice and the lemon-lime soda together.
Pour over the fruit and freeze for approximately four hours.
I originally tried this recipe with coconut water. While I love it in the coconut water, the kids didn’t find it sweet enough. Since we are kicking off the opening of pool season–which means the completion of my month long journey of getting the pool to turn from green to clear blue–we are celebrating with a refreshing treat so I gave in to the kid pressure. They really do taste better this way!
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- 6-8 sliced strawberries
- one sliced kiwi
- ¼ part white grape juice
- ¼ part lemon-lime soda (or lemon/lime juice mixed with water)
- popsicle molds
- Slice your fruit into fairly thin pieces.
- Drop them into the popsicle molds. You can layer the strawberries with the kiwis or vary them like I did!
- Mix the white grape juice and the lemon-lime soda together.
- Pour over the fruit and freeze for approximately four hours.
Today’s guest blogger Herchel Scruggs lives in sunny Florida with her husband and two children. You can find her at Gym Craft Laundry where she shares parenting tips, kids crafts, recipes, her meandering fitness journey, and her attempts at homemaking.