Pink Girl Popsicles

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So I thought I had a donut addiction.

Pink Girl Popsicles | thefirstyearblog.com
But it turns out that I also have a popsicle problem.

Which is much healthier :-)

Pink Girl Popsicles | thefirstyearblog.com
I did quite a bit of popsicle marker research before I decided to buy one. I wanted a mold where I could use regular wooden popsicle sticks and the Norpro Ice Pop Maker is the one I bought.

So if you are looking for something similar, I would highly suggest that one.

I’ve been cranking out popsicles like I’m the Schwan’s man.

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Pink Girl Popsicles

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 3 hours

Yield: about 6 popsicles

Ingredients

  • 2 cups chopped strawberries
  • 2 bananas
  • juice of 1/2 lemon (1 & 1/2 to 2 tbsp juice)
  • 2 tbsp honey or agave nectar
  • 1 cup plain greek yogurt

Instructions

  1. Place the strawberries, bananas, lemon juice, honey/agave nectar, and yogurt in a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Pour into your popsicle molds. Follow your instructions for adding the sticks, etc.
  3. Freeze for at least 3 hours.
  4. Place the popsicle mold in several inches of room temperature water to help loosen the popsicles.
  5. Once the popsicles have been removed, wrap the extras in plastic wrap and store in the freezer for later use.

Recipe adapted from Ice Pop Joy by Anni Daulter.

http://thefirstyearblog.com/pink-girl-popsicles/

Pink Girl Popsicles | thefirstyearblog.com
Empty out your freezer because we have more frozen popsicle goodness coming.

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40 comments

  1. They look soo good! Brings back memories as my mom used to make those for us… :)

  2. I have the same problem! These are amazing, Beth, wow. Can’t wait to make these for my boys!

    • I know! It must be a popsicle kind of day.. I saw that you posted popsicles too!

  3. Beth, you made me laugh when you said your cranking out popsicles like your the Schwan’s man! Too funny :) These look delicious and perfect for summer! :)

  4. These look delicious! And your pictures are gorgeous! Where do you buy your popsicle sticks as many are not food grade worthy? (Also hope to find made in the USA) Thanks. Happy Monday!!

    • My popsicle molds came with some sticks. But I am sure amazon sells them!

  5. Wow these look too pretty! And so healthy!

  6. Yummmm! I can’t wait for hot days and local, fresh strawberries!

  7. There is nothing wrong with a popsicle addiction :) And since I can’t ever turn down strawberries, I would love these!

  8. These look great! Never can have too many popsicle recipes!

  9. Beth – These look delicious (and easy too!) And, being such a pretty pink, it will be a great way to get my daughter to eat more fruit!!

  10. I love popsicles, just don’t love having to wait for them to freeze so I tend to buy the store bought variety. But these, yum!

  11. Haha, your blog is awesome. Those pops look yummy! I’ve been thinking about getting a little cicle maker since summer is coming. I’m pinning this & it’ll be the first one I make. I’m stopping by from the blog hop & I’m a new follower through Twitter.

    • Hi Leslie! Thanks for coming by today! Popsicle makers are great for the summer!

  12. i am making these Popsicls this weekend!

  13. Stopping by from Foodie Friends Friday. I absolutely have to get some popsicle molds so I can make these! Pinned :)

  14. Ohh these look great Beth!

  15. Look yummy and healthy for the little ones! Thanks for posting!!

  16. This looks so yummy. My children will love it

  17. I love popsicles too – I find it’s a great way to use up all my over-ripe bananas and my kids think they’re getting a real “treat”. These look really good!

  18. These sound so yummy! The Schwan has got nothing as good as these I bet!

  19. So much fun for summer! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!

  20. Your Popsicles look delicious. It just occurred to me that they might be a good replacement for my ice cream habit. Visiting from SITS…wishing you all the best!

  21. Beth, I’m so intrigued by this gorgeous color… and the creative recipe! So happy you brought these frozen treats to the Show Stopper today!

  22. Love this! And the pink color is amazing. I’ve been on the ice pops kick for the past week too. Once you get started a million different flavor combinations just pop into your head.

  23. You had me at pink! Thanks for sharing at the Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop, Beth. Your gorgeous popsicles will be one of my features tonight. Hope you stop by and share some more yummy recipes :)

  24. How do you store your popsicles? Do you just leave them in the mold, or do you have another way to make room for more creations?! :)

    • Hi Amanda! Great question, I mentioned in the recipe section that I wrap them in plastic wrap, so I can use my mold again right away :-)

  25. My girls would go crazy over these! I will have to make them… they are healthy too! yum!

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