Keep healthy this summer but don’t give up on the fun of popsicles! Try this super healthy strawberry, banana and apple popsicle recipe.
This strawberry, banana and apple popsicle recipe uses natural sweeteners from the fruit.
This recipe uses frozen fruit so you can put the sticks in right away and keep them centered.
You can use fresh fruit, puree, and freeze for 6 or more hours. (Overnight is best.)
If you’re making popsicles, you’re going to need a popsicle mold. Try this one.
Super Healthy Strawberry Banana and Apple Popsicles
- 1 cup Tree Top Apple Juice
- 1 pint strawberries, hulled, sliced and frozen
- 1 banana, sliced and frozen
- 1 apple, peeled, cored, sliced and frozen
- 6 ounces vanilla yogurt
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- Put all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.
- Pour into popsicle forms.
- Freeze 3 hours or until solid. Keep frozen until ready to serve.
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photo and recipe courtesy of Tree Top
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With 75 healthy popsicle recipes, this popsicle-pedia is all you need to survive the summer!
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For the Love of Popsicles is written by Sarah Bond, creator of the popular vegetarian food blog Live Eat Learn. She uses her degrees in both nutrition and sensory science to inspire healthy popsicle recipes that don’t compromise on flavor. Other recipes are high in sugar, or use “shortcuts” like store bought ice cream, but these popsicle recipes use natural ingredients with uncomplicated preparations.