If you live in Southern California, you know that summer days can sometimes be unbearably hot. When I say sometimes, I mean always. These frozen fruit popsicles will definitely keep you and your tastebuds cool this summer.
What is better than munching on a frozen fruit popsicle to cool you off while you lounge by the pool? I’ll answer that— not much. These fruit and juice combos will have you skipping the unhealthy, store-bought popsicles and reaching into your freezer for your homemade summer treats instead.
There are literally endless combinations and so many ways to be creative while making your homemade popsicles. I did not even leave the house for any of these ingredients, I found them all in my fridge/freezer. So grab your popsicle mold, favorite fruit, and let’s go!
- Choose your fruit and put it straight into the popsicle mold. I used a mixture of frozen and fresh fruit, because it was what I had on hand.
2. Choose the liquid that you want to be the base of your popsicle. Fruit juice, coconut milk, the options are endless. Pour it in the mold and put the top back on.
Put them in the freezer and wait anxiously for them to be finished. Once you eat one, refill the empty slot, so you never have to go popsicle-less.
My top two favorite fruit popsicle combinations:
1. Fresh nectarines, raspberries and blueberries with coconut milk
2. Fresh strawberries and raspberries with pink lemonade
But of course you can freeze anything— so break out that fruit and get going on these frozen fruit popsicles! At least your tastebuds can survive this blazing summer, even if you can’t.
What ingredients are you interested in testing out?