Fresh Fruit Popsicle – Healthy Eating Ideas For Kids

Fresh Fruit Popsicles

Fresh Fruit Popsicle – Healthy Eating Ideas For Kids

Tired of the heat? Cool it down with these amazing fresh fruit Popsicle recipes. These amazingly delicious and cool popsicles are the best way to add the goodness of fruit to your diet.

Summer, along with the rising degree brings with it a variety of brightly colored and tasty fruits with it. These fruits are storehouses of healthful nutrients and packed with antioxidants. Compared to ready-to-eat popsicles available in the market, these homemade popsicles are the healthy way to cool down this summer.

Popsicles available in the market are filled with added colors and flavors and not to forget the amount of added sugar present in them.  There is nothing healthy about them except the cooling effect that they provide. So how about making them at home?

Making Fruit popsicles at home is easy and not at all time consuming (obviously minus the freezing time). You can use the variety of fruits (pureed or juiced) and make brightly colored healthy fruit popsicles at home in a jiffy. These fruit popsicles are fun to make and make a good fun time activity to undertake with kids. Kids love popsicles and these homemade fruit popsicles are healthy and fun to eat.

You can even add chopped pieces to fruit to the popsicles to make it interesting or use yogurt or cream for a creamy texture. A wide range of fruits and vegetables (yes you read it correctly- vegetables) can be added to these delightful popsicles. Every mother’s dream, Right?

Furthermore, people on diets always refraining from eating ice-cream or soft drinks can also enjoy these fruit popsicles as they do not contain any added sugar and are low in calories. So what are you waiting for, check out the following recipes and freeze up your own healthy fruit popsicle.


DIY Fresh Fruit Popsicles Recipe

  1. 1/4 Cup Watermelon Cut into small pieces
  2. 1/4 Cup Litchi Cut into small pieces
  3. 150 ML Coconut Water
  4. Combine fruit in a mixing bowl, and arrange the mixture into popsicle molds.
  5. Pour coconut water into each mold to just cover fruit.
  6. Insert popsicle sticks and freeze until solid (about 6 hours).
  7. Makes 2 Sticks.



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