Homemade freezer fruit pops
Summer time and it’s time to stay cool! Right? And who doesn’t love fresh, homemade frozen pops? Have you ever tried making them? Cause they are super easy and the best part is that you can make endless varieties. Some of my favorite ingredients are strawberries, watermelon, coconut, peaches, and pineapple.
It takes very little effort to make them. A blender comes in super handy as you can just blend all the ingredients and pour. Basically, that is it.
Did you say that is too much effort? Let me show you how simple they are. Cause come summer time, my freezer always has some type of popsicle in there. Makes for the perfect snack –especially on a hot day!
Alos, you might possibly…want to double the recipe. So why not grab some fresh fruit and mix it up for some homemade freezer pops! That’s what I just did. Grab you some cool pop molds,
Wash and and cut up some fresh fruit.
I used up my remaining last seasons peaches, (as I will be headed to Fredricksburg to stock up on this season’s stash). Then mix up some sugar syrup (with a twist),
Then pour it into the molds.
Freeze and then you have some healthy alternatives to the sugar-laden ones you find in the store. Your kids will love them, they can even help you make them.
For a refreshing summer treat—a
homemade freezer fruit pop
Here’s the recipe↓
I changed the water in the syrup recipe to coconut water to give it a little variation PLUS cause I’m fixin’ to make some coconut flavored pops of some kind-YUM! It’s that simple to make refreshing and delicious popsicles that aren’t loaded with sugar. The kids will love them–heck, you’ll love them!