Rainbow Popsicles Recipe

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Cheery and colorful rainbow popsicles are the perfect summer treat! These creamy fruit-filled popsicles have no added sugar and are a tasty, kid-friendly snack or dessert.
Dessert
New American
13
ingredients
6
steps
480
minutes
Tiffany La Forge is a professional chef, cookbook author, and food writer who graduated from The Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. She runs the seasonal food blog, Parsnips and Pastries, and is author of The Modern Cast Iron Cookbook.

Ingredients

Servings:
10
For the White Layer (Dragon Fruit)
1 cup(s)
cubed dragon fruit
1/2 cup(s)
sliced frozen banana
1/4 cup(s)
Greek yogurt
For the Yellow Layer (Mango)
1 cup(s)
cubed mango
1/2 cup(s)
sliced frozen banana
1/4 cup(s)
Greek yogurt
For the Green Layer (Kiwi)
1 cup(s)
cubed kiwi
1 tsp
lime zest
1 tsp
lime juice
1/4 cup(s)
Greek yogurt
For the Purple Layer (Blueberry)
1 cup(s)
blueberries
1/2 cup(s)
sliced frozen banana
1/4 cup(s)
Greek yogurt

Directions 6 steps | 480 Minutes

Step 1

Wash, dry and cut all fruit. Prep and gather all ingredients needed.

Step 2

Make each rainbow popsicle layer separately. Mix each fruit layer in a blender until combined and a smooth consistency, about 30 seconds.

Step 3

Keep each fruit layer in separate bowls and prepare your popsicle mold.

Step 4

Layer the fruit fillings into the mold. Each layer will be 1 1/2 tablespoons of filling, making 10 popsicles. Add popsicle sticks.

Step 5

Freeze the popsicles until completely set, about 8 hours.

Step 6

Serve popsicles immediately from the freezer. Keep any extra rainbow popsicles frozen in freezer-safe containers. Enjoy!


Notes:

  • Craving chocolate? Dip the frozen popsicles into either dark or white chocolate for an indulgent twist!
  • Feel free to get creative with the fruit used and colors. Strawberries and raspberries will make a red layer, and you can substitute pink-flesh dragon fruit in the white layer for a hot pink option.

Nutrition Per Serving
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CALORIES
82
FAT
1.8 g
PROTEIN
2.9 g
CARBS
15.3 g

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