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Fresh Fruit Popsicles
Here in Arizona, it was 95 degrees on the last day of “Winter”. That means Spring is here and Spring means 100 degree temps are coming. 100 degree temps means we need popsicles! These fresh fruit popsicles are delicious and easy to make, plus they're healthier than store bought alternatives.
Fresh Fruit Popsicle Ingredients
These popsicles are ZERO points if you don't count blended fruit; 4 Freestyle Points if you do. There's always a debate about whether to count blended fruits or not. Weight Watchers says to, but I don't. I'm not drinking smoothies every day. If I was, I'd count them. However, fruit is good for you! So I don't think you should count fruit as points unless you're having difficulties losing weight. That's my personal opinion, not Weight Watchers' official stance. ;)
Because fruits are 0 Smartpoints on Weight Watchers, the only points you have to add in are from the coconut milk or yogurt, and sugar. This makes each popsicle 1 SP with or without the sugar because 1 teaspoon of sugar is less than 1 point and you only use that in the entire recipe.
Fresh Fruit Popsicles
Cut strawberries, then saute with sugar for 10 minutes until they cook down to a jam texture. Pour into a bowl and set in the fridge to chill.
Blend blueberries into a liquid, then do the same for the raspberry and blood orange together.
Grab a set of popsicle molds and your strawberries out of the fridge. Pour a little of each fruit in, alternating between fruits and coconut milk/yogurt. These molds come with a set that makes this almost mess-free! Not to mention it includes everything you will need and it's reusable!
You can build your popsicles, however, but my coconut milk popsicles looked like this:
Strawberry in the bottom, followed by coconut milk, followed by blueberries. To make a mixed/swirled look, dip a fork in several times up and down.
Blueberry in the bottom half, then mix raspberry/orange with 1 tsp Greek yogurt and pour in the top half. Swirl together with a fork.
If you don't use the molds I mentioned above and choose to go with traditional popsicle sticks, refrigerate or freeze until it sets up some then insert the stick and freeze.
- 2 cups fresh strawberries
- 1 package blueberries
- 1 package raspberries
- 1 blood orange
- 1 cup Greek yogurt non-fat or coconut milk
- 1 tsp sugar
- Cut strawberries, then saute with sugar for 10 minutes until they cook down to a jam texture. Pour into a bowl and set in the fridge to chill.
- Blend blueberries into a liquid, then do the same for the raspberry and blood orange together.
- Grab a set of popsicle molds and your strawberries out of the fridge, and then pour a little of each fruit in, alternating between fruits, and coconut milk/yogurt. You can build your popsicles however, but here are the ones that I did:
- Strawberry in the bottom, followed by coconut milk, followed by blueberries. To make a mixed/swirled look, dip a fork in several times up and down.
- Blueberry in the bottom half, then mix raspberry/orange with 1 tsp Greek yogurt and pour in the top half. Swirl colors together with a fork.
Nutritional information is provided as a reference, using an online calculator. We recommend verifying the information independently.
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