Strawberry Pineapple Popsicles are made with simple, pure ingredients and are super refreshing and delicious!
It’s getting super hot here in the desert. Every year I seem to forget how hot it actually gets. It’s like I get heat amnesia, which is probably a necessity for living in the desert… otherwise nobody would ever actually live here.
We try to stay cool by going swimming, running in the sprinklers, going to the car wash (over and over again) and also eating our weight in popsicles.
You can only imagine how many popsicles we go through here with 4 very active kids. That’s why I love these Strawberry Pineapple Popsicles so much!
The only ingredients are strawberries, pineapple, lemon juice, and sugar!
When pineapples go on sale I always buy a few to stock pile these popsicles in my freezer. My kids LOVE them and they’re super easy to make. I just toss all the ingredients in the blender and pour into the popsicle molds. If my popsicle mold is full, I’ll also use small paper cups with the popsicle sticks inserted in the middle.
Try mixing up the berries and pineapple for different flavor varieties!
- Strawberry and Mango
- Raspberry and Peach
- Blueberry and Pineapple
- Cherry and Pineapple
Use up those cheap summer fruits to get a good variety of popsicles!
Here are some of my other favorite popsicle recipes:
How are you cooling down this Summer?
Strawberry Pineapple Popsicles
- 1 lb. Strawberries, stems removed.
- 2 cups of pineapple chunks
- 1/2 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice
- 1/4 cup sugar
- Combine the ingredients above in a food processor or blender and pulse until the fruit is smooth and no longer chunky.
- Place Popsicle molds or 12 (3oz) cups on top of a baking sheet that can fit into the freezer. Pour mixture into Popsicle molds or into paper cups, and stick a Popsicle stick into the center. Carefully place the baking sheet into the freezer for at least 3-4 hours or until the mixture is frozen solid.
- To eat, remove from freezer and leave on counter for 1 minute, then gently pull on stick to remove the Popsicle from the cup. Enjoy!
Originally published on 5/12/2012, Updated photos on 7/5/2017
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