Monday, June 17, 2013

Tutti Frutti Popsicles

Yum
 I have to give my young son total credit for these popsicles. I had leftover pineapple juice after making my Pina Colada Popsicles so he asked if we could make more popsicles with it.  His favorite fruits are pineapple, mango and strawberries so I just put them together and we were all thrilled how they turned out.  I loved how beautiful they looked with the strawberry and mango peeking thru the frozen pineapple juice... it reminded me of stained glass.  I also loved the texture of biting into pieces of frozen fruit.  This is a wonderful (low sugar) popsicle that is so easy to make my kids can make it all summer long.




 Ingredients:
Pineapple Juice (100% Juice)
Sliced Strawberries
chopped mango

 Directions:
Pour popsicle molds half way up with juice.  Add sliced strawberries and chopped mango.  Then top off with more pineapple juice to finish filling off the popsicle (if needed).  Freeze overnight.  Enjoy.

 
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17 comments:

  1. Ramona these are beautiful!! I love the pieces of real fruit inside them and I bet they taste divine. :D Summer at your house sounds more and more fun with every post heehee.

    ~Jess

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  2. Yummy!
    Here is almost winter! I can't do popsicles yet, but I can't wait 'till summer! haha
    Have a nice week.

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  3. Ooohhh my yummylicious!! I'm dying to try some new Popsicle recipes...these looks gorgeous!

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  4. Love all these awesome popsicles you are coming up with. These sound soooo good, perfect for summer!

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

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  5. You're right, they're gorgeous and do look like stained glass. I need to start making popsicles. :)

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  6. These are so pretty, Ramona! Love the flavor combo!

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  7. Ramona these are gorgeous!! I am actually drooling right now and dying to try these out :D What wouldnt I give for a bite....!

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  8. Ooo, my kids would go crazy for these pops! Love all the flavors here!

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  9. Yum, these are brilliant Ramona! I love fresh fruit popsicles more than dairy based ones. Have to pin this to try later:)

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  10. This great! I am going to showcase this on my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SeductionInTheKitchen you are welcome anytime to post your photo and post links on it!

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  11. Those turned out so beautiful! I love the idea.

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  12. These are such a great idea. I am going to make some of them for my family this afternoon! I love how pretty they are, too.

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  13. True Ramona.. They look like tinted glass.. Cute they look, with those fruits peeking out of the glass.. Yummy & lovely :)

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  14. These would be absolutely perfect for our hot weather right now! they are SO pretty and I love the combination of flavors!

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  15. Oh My God these are absolutely delicious...

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  16. YUM! I made similar popsicles using pineapple juice too (maybe will post in a few weeks). So healthy and refreshing!

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  17. What a great idea too. I have made mine with other juices, such as Orange Juice,Lemonade,Strawberry,Banana and orange juice and added some blue berries and strawberries and created with other fruit and they turned out excellent and tasty. with the Strawberry,Orange and banana juice, I added the strawberries, banana and orange juice and that turned out tasty as well. So encourage you to try and experiment with other stuff.

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