How to Make DIY Fruit Popsicles With a Million Different Flavor Combinations
While some desserts can get complicated, one of the best things about making DIY fruit popsicles is that the process is super simple. Really, all you need is a mold, some fruit, and a blender.
How to make DIY fruit popsicles in minutes
1. Choose a mold
When it comes to picking out a great mold for your popsicles, you're in luck: There are plenty of different options to choose from, all of which are functional, easy to clean, and affordable. You can also have fun with different shapes. These are the best buys to start with.
CHICHIC Popsicle Molds, $21
These popsicle molds are non-stick so they pop right out. They can also be washed right in the dishwasher.
Koji Ring Popsicle Molds, $11
Talk about reliving your childhood. This mold allows you to create your own frozen version of a Ring Pop.
Amian Shop Popsicle Molds, $18
This classic silicone popsicle mold comes with reusable sticks. And because it's flexible, it's always easy to pull out your popsicles.
CHEFMADE Ice Pop Molds, $12
If you want your popsicles to impress, get these molds. This pack has a palm tree and toucan, and there's also a watermelon and pineapple shape available.
Zoku Classic Popsicle Molds, $20
Another classic shape, this six-popsicle mold has reusable sticks with drip guards, keeping your hands from getting sticky as you're eating your treat.
2. Blend your fruit
Now that you have your mold, it's time for the fun part: making your popsicles. The easiest way to do this is to look through your fridge and see what fruit you already have. While you can pretty much combine any fruit for a delicious popsicle (seriously—experiment!), these are some of my favorite ideas you can start with:
- blackberries and lemon
- raspberries and peaches
- mango and guava
- watermelon and kiwi
- cantaloupe and lime
- strawberries and peaches
- kiwi and mango
Once you figure out which fruit combo you want to use, simply put the fruit in a blender and blend until smooth. Then, pour the mixture into your mold. You can leave room to add in small chunks of fruit for some texture, like pieces of raspberries, whole blueberries, or pineapple chunks. Or, blend up a couple different combos and layer them for a colorful popsicle.
If you want your popsicle to be creamier, you can even add in a splash of unsweetened coconut milk. Or make things more interesting by using sparkling water—a totally new way to utilize your La Croix.
3. Freeze and enjoy
When your popsicles are ready to go, put them in the freezer for at least three hours, or let them harden overnight. Once you pull them out, they'll be ready to enjoy. And spoiler: They'll look and taste so much better than what you'll find in stores.
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