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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

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

  1. 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?

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

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

  5. 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!!

  6. 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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    Shelley Draur

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

  8. 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!!

  9. 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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    Sloane@ Life Food and Beer

    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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    Caffe Brioso

    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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    Felicity @ Waist and Wallet

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

  13. These look delicious! We're going to try them tonight in our Zoku popsicle maker so we can get instant popsicle gratification! šŸ™‚

  14. 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!

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

  15. 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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      Gina @ Skinnytaste

      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.

    2. 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.

    3. 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.

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

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

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    Kathleen @ KatsHealthCorner

    Those are absolutely adorable! I love how little sugar you add. What a great recipe! šŸ™‚

  19. 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!

  20. 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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      Gina @ Skinnytaste

      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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      Kelsey @ ZingAnything

      I agree, sometimes I don't use a lot of sugar or Truvia when fruit is involved. šŸ™‚

  21. 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!