Strawberry Kiwi Fruit Popsicles: Super easy, delicious, and healthy!
Wanna know what is on my mind? I’ll tell you anyways.
It’s my hair.
Like, why can’t I have the beautiful to-the-side hair-braid, and for said braid to lay flat on my chest, all the way down past my ribs. WHY can’t I have that?
I’ve tried the whole growing-it-out deal… it.takes.for.ever. My hair grows one-inch a year. WAH WAH WAH! SO over it!
Then someone told me that it was wrong to be 35+ and wear hair-braids on the sides… what.ever. Don’t they see that I look like I’m 23?!? What’s the deal with these people…
So, hey, how pretty are those slices of kiwi fruit and strawberries!! Aren’t they, though?!
Side note: Daaaang! I’ve got some chubby fingers!
You know what your summer needs? Strawberry Kiwi Fruit Popsicles, that’s what!
Do you remember back in the day when Snapple came out with that amazing Strawberry-Kiwi drink?!? Ohmegosh! I was addicted. I’m a water-girl now, but back then I was ready to o.d. on Snapple. It was, like, the best stuff on Earth!
90’s kids will understand the pun…
So I thought these popsicles were too pink and too colorful for my husband to want some, thus I only made 4. One for each of my little girls and two for me. I’m double their size so, yeah, I get 2.
Come to find out, the 2 that were meant for me ended up in the hands of the only male that lives in this house… thief. Obviously, I was less than thrilled.
BUT, on the flip side, that just means that these were sooo good that he didn’t care how girly he looked while eating ’em.
Instead of taking a nightly walk, or a run on the treadmill, or even going to yoga, making dinner, or doing laundry (ewwww!), go make these Strawberry-Kiwi heavens. It takes minutes to put them together and seconds to inhale them.
- Popsicle Molds
- 8 strawberries , cut into thin slices
- 2 kiwis , cut into thin slices
- Strawberry-Kiwi Juice
Arrange sliced strawberries and sliced kiwis inside the popsicle molds.
Pour just enough strawberry-kiwi juice into each mold to cover the fruit.
Insert popsicle sticks and freeze until frozen solid; about 1 to 2 hours.
RECIPE SOURCE: DIETHOOD ***I used a popsicle mold with 4 cavities. If yours is larger, you will need to use more fruit slices and more juice.