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I love cold fruity treats and so do the boys! We have used our Tovolo Ice Pop molds for years and this summer our favorite treat to make are Fruit Ice Pops. Inspired by the Special Issue Everyday Food magazine the boys and I have been enjoying these fruity treats all summer.

F R U I T  I C E  P O P S

Makes 8

[recipe adapted from Everyday Food]

1 peach

1 kiwi

8 cherries

4 strawberries

2 cups juice [we used 100% peach juice]

Cut the peach and kiwi into slices. Pit the cherries and cut in half. Cut the strawberries in quarters or halves. [We use whatever fresh fruit we have around the house-- blueberries, grapes and berries are also favorites to add.] Place an assortment of cut fruit into popsicle molds. Pour juice to the top of each mold. Insert popsicle sticks and freeze until solid [approximately 5 hours]. Run popsicle molds under lukewarm water to help loosen them up. Enjoy!

Reader Comments (2)

These look so good! Thanks for sharing!

08.11.2011 | Unregistered CommenterSarah

Your son is too cute. And the popsicle looks delicious!

08.12.2011 | Unregistered CommenterKathy

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