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​Homemade Fruit Pops, no Added Sugar

Posted by Didi Gorman on

By Didi Gorman 

Homemade fruit pops

Our fruit popsicles today are made entirely from fruit, without the addition of sugar or water.

It’s important to choose fruit that is very ripe, since it’s naturally sweeter and juicier.

The colour of the popsicles will depend on the fruit we choose. Oranges and mangoes yield yellow-orange pops, while watermelons, strawberries, and raspberries yield a variety of reds.

Popsicles made out of orange are quite fibrous (if the pulp is included). If you prefer a smoother texture, strain the pulp out of the squeezed juice and use the juice only (in which case you’ll have a smaller volume overall and may need to add the juice from another orange).

If layering is desired, fill the bottom half of the mold with either watermelon or strawberry-raspberry mixture, freeze for one and a half hours, and then pour either orange or mango into the mold, on top of the frozen layer, all the way to the top. Freeze for one and a half hours.

You can mix all the fruits together for multi-fruit pops.

Sweetened by: fruit only
Special equipment: stick blender/blender, 8 popsicle moldsLayered fruit pop

Preps: 15 minutes (freeze time: 3 hours)
Makes: 8 popsicles (2 strawberry-raspberry, 2 watermelon, 2 mango, 2 orange)

You will need:
1 3/4 cups (2 generous handfuls) a mixture of very ripe strawberries and raspberries, stems removed
1 1/2 cups ripe watermelon, pulp only, no seeds, diced
1 very ripe medium mango, peeled, pitted, and diced
1 very ripe large orange, freshly squeezed, with or without pulp, no seeds

How to make it:
1. Blend strawberries and raspberries together till smooth and pour into 2 molds.
2. Blend watermelon pulp and pour into 2 additional molds.
3. Blend mango till smooth and pour into 2 additional molds.
4. Pour orange juice (and pulp, if desired) into 2 additional molds.
5. Freeze for 3 hours.

I have written over 30 easy fruit recipes to make from scratch at home!
All the recipes are in my book Fresh Fruit Anyone? Easy Homemade Fruit Treats from Scratch, where you will find fruit-based snacks and desserts, mango porcupines, unique lemonades and smoothies, berry slushies, banana ice creams, orange-strawberry popsicles, peach jelloes, apple compotes, pear and berry jams, awesome no-bowl fruit salads, and much more!
I invite you to explore, enjoy, dig in, and be inspired by this fruitilicious feast!