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3 Fruit Popsicle Recipes Inspired by Your Favorite Drinks

Feel refreshed with my newest popsicle recipes inspired by your favorite summertime drinks: Pink Lemonade, Ginger Peach Tea, and Piña Colada.
Enjoy 3 Fruit Popsicle Recipes inspired by your favorite drinks!

Hi Bold Bakers!

I’m so excited for summer to be upon us again! As the weather warms up each year, I love creating new and easy summer desserts for you to try. Since I know many of you have loved my popsicle recipes, I’m back this summer with 3 sugar-free fruit popsicles that are going to cool you off and keep the whole family feeling like they’re on vacation. These 3 Fruit Popsicles aren’t the typical 1-note frozen dessert. They’re your favorite fruity drinks frozen into healthy snacks. Chill out with my tropical Piña Colada, sweet Ginger Peach Tea, and classic Pink Lemonade Popsicles.

How Do You Make a Popsicle?

Making my popsicles is simply a matter of mixing fruit juice or tea with fresh fruit and honey. After that, I pour the mixture into the mold and freeze for a minimum of 6 hours. Once frozen, these babies will keep in the freezer for up to six weeks.

For those of you that haven’t tried making my 5 Best Popsicles for Summer or 5 All Natural Fruit Popsicles, the trick is setting them. I’ve tried many popsicle molds but the best I’ve used is my Sweet Creations Popsicle Maker Set along with my Sweet Creations 50-Count Pattern Wooden Popsicle Sticks. Having this mold makes shaping your popsicles so much easier. The set fits together perfectly and there’s no confusion about where to put the sticks. Plus, these popsicles are gorgeous when you pop them out of the mold.

If you’re looking for healthy snack ideas, my popsicle recipes are great for kids, friends, and family. You can even make your own flavor combinations and with no added sugar. My piña colada, freshly-squeezed raspberry lemonade, and peach tea are just examples of great flavors to try. The possibilities are endless! 

Pink Lemonade Popsicles

Pink lemonade is a summertime classic and my recipe is made with just two ingredients for twice the refreshment: tart lemonade and fresh raspberries. With the addition of a touch of lime and a bit of lemon zest, this sweet and fruity popsicle is perfection. Get my Pink Lemonade Popsicles recipe

Ginger Peach Tea Popsicles

Ginger is to peach as peanut butter is to jelly. In other words, they are a match made in heaven. You’ll often find this combo in cocktails and mixed with black or peach tea for extra depth of flavor. My fragrant mix is made with strong peach tea, spiced with freshly grated ginger and sweetened with frozen peach puree. I couldn’t think of anything better to relax on the porch with on a hot afternoon. Get my Ginger Peach Tea Popsicles recipe.

Piña Colada Popsicles

What could be better than a cold Piña Colada on a pool deck? My Piña Colada Popsicles are the epitome of beauty. Take your taste buds on a vacation with layers of rich coconut milk, a touch of honey and fresh pineapple puree and you’ll be cruising in no time. Get my Piña Colada Popsicles recipe


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B_sheyria
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B_sheyria
1 year ago

just love everything about your popsicles. with luv from Nigeria

Desynee
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Desynee
1 year ago

Hi Gemma

I want to know how to make the lemonade. Do you have recipe? Thank you

Skylar Grey
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Skylar Grey
1 year ago

I’ve been feeling under the weather lately and I think one of these popsicles is just what I need!

Nicole
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1 year ago

The pina colada popsicles look amazing. I would love to try those out.

EileenHineline
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EileenHineline
1 year ago

Hello Gemma, I just watched this video and I am so inspired to make these very soon. I love the fact that everything is fresh and healthy rather buying store treats and I know my sons will enjoy these too, I live in Az and its very hot now.
I am glad I joined!

Jessica
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Jessica
1 year ago

you are wonderful i made these they taste so good

katherine
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katherine
1 year ago

these turned out great!! keep putting amazing stuff on. I have one question. How do you get the popsicles out.. Mine broke when i tried to take them out of the mold but they still tasted great

hln12231966
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hln12231966
1 year ago

Gremma,

Have a couple of questions on your popsicles
1. Did you use any spray to make them slide out also, do they come out easily or do you need to put in hot water to release them?
2. If you wanted make a large batches for like a pool party ect… If I removed them and put them in bags like party bag with a ziploc would work?
3. Do they come out sticky or smooth?
4. Do you have any recipes of natural pudding pops?

shilpa tulaskar
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shilpa tulaskar
1 year ago

u r simply gr8

Luchia
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Luchia
1 year ago

Dear Gemma I am really appreciate your recipes and how you explain and the way the ingredients using in easy way and all your recipes are so delicious and time save I never like cinnamon ban and the first recipe I tried was yours and it is easy and so yummy thank you much ……love from eritrea

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