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Frozen Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry Fruit Pops

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Hot summer’s day? No problem, cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh mango, kiwi, and raspberry fruit puree.

Hot summer's day? No problem, cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh mango, kiwi, and raspberry fruit puree.Frozen Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry Fruit Pops

More of my favorite summer treats are Cherry Lime Ice Pops, Pina Colada Ice Pops, Frozen Coconut Mango Pops and Avocado Coconut Popsicles.

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.

This home made frozen fruit popsicle recipe really can’t get any simpler. You can make this using any of your favorite fruits. Here, I added a little sugar because my fruit tasted a little tart but you can totally leave it out or use stevia if you prefer.

I made these fruit pops using good old fashioned plastic cups that you can find almost anywhere. But, if you want something a little more chic, these popsicle molds (affiliate link) I love and are easy to use and clean. Hope you enjoy!

Hot summer's day? No problem, cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh mango, kiwi, and raspberry fruit puree.

Hot summer's day? No problem, cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh mango, kiwi, and raspberry fruit puree.

Hot summer's day? No problem, cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh mango, kiwi, and raspberry fruit puree.

Hot summer's day? No problem, cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh mango, kiwi, and raspberry fruit puree.

Frozen Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry Pops

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Cals:91.5
Protein:1
Carbs:22
Fat:0.5
Hot summer's day? No problem, cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh mango, kiwi, and raspberry fruit puree.
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Hot summer's day? No problem, cool off with these homemade frozen fruit pops made with fresh mango, kiwi, and raspberry fruit puree.
Prep: 15 mins
Cook: 5 mins
Total: 20 mins
Yield: 4 servings
Serving Size: 1 pop

Ingredients

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

Instructions

  • 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.

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Nutrition

Serving: 1 pop, Calories: 91.5 kcal, Carbohydrates: 22 g, Protein: 1 g, Fat: 0.5 g, Sodium: 1.8 mg, Fiber: 4 g, Sugar: 11 g

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60 comments on “Frozen Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry Fruit Pops”

  1. Hi Gina,

    After pureeing the kiwi,it turned brown. Is there another suggestion for the green color?

  2. If its to tart why wouldn’t you just add more water to lessen the tartness?  I like whatever you use to sweeten stuff up with like the rest of the world but we all know its not good for you. The whole reason is to have a cold healthy treat to beat the heat.

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    Dorothy Hardy

    Been making these pops for a few years now! I really love them! today im using strawberry instead of raspberry( didn’t the raspberry today) and I added and extra treat by putting fresh halved cherries in the strawberry layer! depending on the ripeness of fruit you can leave out the sugar! use any fruit you want! they are liked buy everyone ive given them too!

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  5. 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!

    1. Dont defrost them just blend up frozen. Frozen fruit thawed are not that great and really lose there texture.

  6. 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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    Nashita Karim

    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?

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

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

  10. 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!!

  11. 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!