Kiwi-berry ice pops
Plan to use this recipe as a base to make your own designer ice pops in a variety of flavors. Mix and match the fruit—try pairing pineapple, grapefruit, or cranberry juice with banana slices, raspberries, blueberries, or melon chunks. Arranging the sliced fruit around the inside edges of the cups will create a pretty frozen popsicle, but you can of course skip that step in favor of ease and efficiency and just chop all the fruit, divide among the cups, and fill with juice. They’ll still be quite pretty and just as tasty. If you’ve got your own popsicle molds, feel free to use them.
1 cup(s), hulled
2 medium, peeled
Unsweetened orange juice
- Cut 12 slices of strawberry and 12 slices of kiwi fruit. Arrange slices around the inside edge of 6 small, disposable plastic cups. Chop remaining fruit and divide among each cup; fill cups with juice.
- Insert a popsicle stick into each cup and keep stick in place with tape.
- Freeze until hardened, about 2 to 3 hours. Briefly run base of each ice pop cup under hot water to remove cup. Yields 1 pop per serving.