Jul 4, 2012

Frozen Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry Pops



Cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh fruit puree.

Aren't these the prettiest things! I just love the vibrant colors you can get from using fresh fruit, and the flavors are refreshing and sweet.

Use any fruit you wish, I added a little sugar because my fruit tasted a little tart, but you can leave it out or use stevia if you prefer.






Frozen Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry Pops
Skinnytaste.com
Servings: 4 • Size: 1 pop • Old Points: 1 pts • Points+: 2 pts
Calories: 91.5 • Fat: 0.5 g • Protein: 1.0 g • Carb: 22 g • Fiber: 4 g • Sugar: 11
Sodium: 1.8 mg

Ingredients:

  • 9 tbsp water
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 5 oz kiwi, peeled
  • 6 oz mango, peeled
  • 6 oz fresh raspberries

Directions:


Make a simple syrup by combining water and sugar in a small pot and bring to a boil; boil for about 4-5 minutes on medium heat. Set aside.


Puree fruit separately in the blender (I used my magic bullet). Set aside in 3 small bowls.

Divide the simple syrup between the fruit purees and mix in.

Equally fill four small 5 oz cups with the kiwi puree and place in the freezer; freeze one hour.

Add mango puree and freeze 20 minutes. Insert sticks and freeze at least 2 hours. Add raspberry puree and freeze overnight.

88 comments :

  1. Your photography is beautiful!

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    1. Thank you, I love how they turned out!

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  2. Absolutely adorable!

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  3. After trying a recipe that LOOKED good on pinterest but was a complete flop in real life,, I gained a whole new appreciation for your recipes. I've tried several and they've all been a huge hit. Thanks for all you do in creating and sharing your recipes!

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    1. Thank you! I test test test before I post! I would hate that myself.

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  4. If we had any kind of summer here in the UK, then I am sure these would be perfect for it :)

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  5. If I use stevia would I use the same amount as you did sugar?

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    1. I think you could add the stevia to taste. If your fruit is very sweet, you may not need it at all but if the fruit isn't sweet, add it until you like the flavor.

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    2. I agree, sometimes I don't use a lot of sugar or Truvia when fruit is involved. :)

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  6. There is a conversation chart on the truvia website. It's really helpful when a recipe calls for sugar but you want to use a substitute instead. Here's the link:

    http://www.truvia.com/recipes/conversion-chart/

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  7. These look beyond delicious! A fabulous treat for the kids!

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  8. These look delicious!! I have a popsicle mold my son 'gave' me for mother's day when he was 2 - it would be perfect for these!

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  9. These look amazing! Going to have to try these!

    http://fashionably-sporty.blogspot.com/

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  10. Gina this look wonderful!!and the fruits combinations is so delicious..Yummmmm!! Hugs Gina

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  11. I absolutely love this idea, Gina! The fruit combinations are endless. I just bought some popsicle cups and will be making these tonight.

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  12. Those are absolutely adorable! I love how little sugar you add. What a great recipe! :)

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    1. Thanks I only added a little to take out the tartness of the fruit.

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  13. Oooh...those look gorgeous! Would love to try them if only I wasn't so busy.

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  14. I love this idea. In the summer we normally make rainbow pudding pops and I think this year we may have to try this out and make them using fresh fruits.

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  15. Gina, we just had Mexican paletas for dessert, guava, kiwi and strawberry. Now we can make our own. thanks!

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  16. Love the combo of fruits here! It's gorgeous!

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  17. So bright & colourful! Can't wait to try this one when summer rolls around to Australia :)

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  18. The pops are going to be a big hit in my house. What a great idea!

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  19. Any suggestions for a substitute fruit for the mango?
    (not a big fan of mango, but loooveee raspberries and kiwi)

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    1. Sure what about pineapple? Cantelope?

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    2. I tried these using peaches instead of mango. They were great!

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  20. Gone these look so incredibly delish!! Love how simple the recipe is. Will be making these very soon.

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  21. Wonderful idea! We have these cups at work, I'm going to snag a few!!

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  22. These are extraordinarily beautiful, but that doesn't mean I don't want to eat one! Love that they're low in sugar!

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  23. Wow these look delicious! But if fruit are 0 pts why are these 2 pts? Should they be 0 pts if I don't use the sugar?
    Thank you!

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    1. I have the same question! :) Thanks

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    2. If you put this into recipe builder, it's not 0 because fruit has calories. I am not sure if WW would consider it 0, ask at your next meeting.

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    3. It must be because of the addition of the sugar, although honestly I can't see how it could possibly be 2 pts. The WW website is so kookie. It doesn't make sense to me half the time. I would guess less than half a point per because of how little sugar. I am going to make these with nectarines in place of mango. Nectarines are crazy sweet right now. Thanks so much for the awesome recipes.

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    4. Fruit does not count ever...even in recipie builder the fruit will count as 0 points. However, fruit does have calories so WW suggests that you do not consume over 5 "free" or 0 point+ items or fruit per day. But everyone is different so listen to your body and go with that.

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  24. Looks sooo good! Just a question - if I used different fruit, would I still freeze each layer for the same amount of time? I have strawberries and thought I could use them, but wasn't sure if the time in the freezer was for the specific fruit or just the layer. Thanks Gina!

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    1. Yes, same amount. It's just to get that rainbow effect and to get the stick to stay in.

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    2. Awesome, thank you! Also, just tried the overnight oats this morning - delicious! Thank you for getting me out of my breakfast rut!

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  25. These are lovely!! I can't wait to try them!! :)

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  26. These look delicious! We're going to try them tonight in our Zoku popsicle maker so we can get instant popsicle gratification! :)

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  27. Genius idea with the cups! Now I don't have to go out and buy a popsicle mold.

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  28. Would you recommend straining the raspberries and kiwis for the seeds?

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  29. How beautiful! And what a fun way to eat fruit. Thanks for sharing!

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  30. If you don't add sugar, do you still need to use water or would you just use the fruit puree?

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  31. This looks so refreshing, I would realy use one right now

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  32. Is there any way to reduce / remove the seeds from the raspberries?

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  33. You could run it through a sieve and use a spoon to scrape it.

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  34. These would be fun at a barbecue. I can totally see the kids loving them!

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  35. How long do you think these will last in the freezer?? I have hundreds of mangos and trying to find ways to use them before they go bad!

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    1. At least a few months! You could do it with all mango if you wish to use them up.

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  36. Gina, THANK YOU, so, so much for having the new AND old Weight Watchers points on each of your recipes! No one else seems to do it! If all the delicious food didn't keep me coming here (which it DOES!), that totally would! Thank you! Thank you!

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  37. These are absolutely gorgeous and perfect for summer! I can't wait to try them!

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  38. These are just gorgeous!! LOVE the vibrant colors. Perfect for this heat-wave summer!! Thanks Gina!

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  39. I did this with all my leftover watermelon from last week...didn't have popsicle sticks so I just filled up a few ice trays. I'm thinking they'd make a tasty cocktail too, either blended or with some club soda and vodka and lime!

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  40. These look awesome and I love the look of the three layers! Thanks for a great recipe.

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  41. These are the cutest popsicles I have ever seen! My kids would love these!

    http://www.sarahbakesgfree.com

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  42. These look perfect for the 100 degree weather around here!! Yum! I love your recipes!

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  43. These are SO delish! I'm back on the WW bandwagon again and I have zero guilt having these as a little treat after dinner. My 2 year old daughter loves them too! I've made several of you recipes and there honestly wasn't one thing that didn't taste amazing! Thank you!!

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  44. Made these today & they are amazing! I used agave instead of sugar. They are so delicious! Love your blog!

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  45. So perfect for a summers day treat by the pool after a good workout!

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  46. We made these for our kids and I am adding this to my recipe list over at Grubodex.com

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  47. How would the fresh fruit compare to using frozen? Just in case I can't find fresh mangos but still want to make it with mangos. My kids are going to love these!

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  48. Wow! I mean..what it looks and how it might taste..is surely so wow! WOW!

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  49. These look awesome!
    I'll try them later tonight :)

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  50. yum yum i must try this at home! :)

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  51. This looks so yummy. I have to give this a try.

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  52. I'm trying these this weekend!

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  53. Everyone else is looking for Autumn-warm-you-up recipes, but I live in Hawaii and I'm still LOVING the frozen goodness recipes! THANK YOU!!

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  54. Does anyone have an idea of what to use instead of mangos?

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    1. Peaches would give you the same color.

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  55. I'm going to try this but with fruit juice instead!

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  56. I would love to try these, but my son is allergic to mangos. is there any fruit you suggest to substitute for the mango?

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  57. I would love to try these, but my son is allergic to mangos. is there any fruit you suggest to substitute for the mango?

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  58. Hi, wanted to know where I can find those bowls? I love asymmetrical bowls and would love to add these to my kitchen!

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  59. Thank you for this idea. My 8 month old was enjoying this as much as I was.

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  60. Do you need to make a simple syrup? or is that just for taste? If the fruit is sweet enough, can I just blend the fruit and freeze the mold? Or is the simple syrup needed to hold everything together?

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    1. It's just for sweetness, I found the fruit too tart without it.

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  61. They not only look great but taste even better. We used cherry instead of rasperry, it tastes ok but i like the cherrys better fresh...

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  62. can i use all frozen fruit and if so, do i thaw them out completely first?

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  63. What size cups did you use?

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  64. This is a favorite treat washes son. Season without value. We have a warm country and their fresh fruit live with her ​​garden. Everything fits and peaches and apricots, cantaloupe and / she sweet and fragrant, and the color is different / all varieties of cherries and raspberries, and strawberries, and apple, all in combination with a banana or pineapple and kiwi. All vyror individual taste and creativity. Most importantly - without chemistries and fertilizers and sugar - not so bad as its chemical substituents! All in reasonable doses - useful!

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  65. Just made these today and what a hit they were with my family! Delicious and easy. I am posting on my Facebook page- "Betsy Cooking with Pampered Chef" and linking here. Thanks, again, for a wonderful recipe!

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  66. We made some inspired by our post: http://littlehomeschoolblessings.blogspot.com/2014/07/fresh-fruit-pops.html Thanks for the idea!!!

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