Strawberry Orange Banana Popsicles


Summer’s approaching fast and these Strawberry Orange Banana Popsicles make a yummy, delicious treat the kids (and adults) are sure to enjoy all summer long!

I love the combination of strawberry-orange-banana in my smoothies so I thought I’d turn my favorite smoothie into a popsicle and used a recipe I discovered on Pinterest from Simply Happenstance.

These popsicles are made with strawberries (I used frozen, thawed), a banana, juice from one orange, some vanilla yogurt (I used greek yogurt) and a bit of honey.  Blend it up in a blender, pour into popsicle molds and freeze.  How easy is that? This recipe makes 6 popsicles but my mold makes 10 popsicles.  Couldn’t leave those empty so I blended my morning green smoothie and poured it in the remaining 4 molds.  Yum!  Of course, you could just increase the amount of ingredients and fill up the remaining popsicle molds with more strawberry, orange, banana mixture.

Strawberry Orange Banana PopsiclesTime to dust off your popsicle mold, or buy one if you don’t have one, so you’ll be ready to make these homemade Strawberry Orange Banana Popsicles for the kids this summer.  A treat you’ll feel good about giving them!

Strawberry Orange Banana Popsicles
 
Ingredients
  • 1 C. sliced strawberries
  • 1 banana
  • Juice from 1 orange
  • ½ C. vanilla yogurt
  • Honey (optional, to taste)
Instructions
  1. Add strawberries, banana, orange juice and yogurt to blender.
  2. Blend until smooth. Taste and add honey, if desired, then blend to combine honey.
  3. Pour mixture into popsicle molds (add the sticks) and freeze for 4 hours or until hardened.
Notes
Recipe from Simply Happenstance

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See you next month!

Judy

P.S.  Here’s a few more of my favorite treats I think you might enjoy:

Cantaloupe & Ice Cream

Cantaloupe with Ice Cream

Strawberry Rhubarb Float

Strawberry Rhubarb Float with homemade strawberry rhubarb syrup

Quick and Easy Peachy Dessert

Quick and Easy Peachy Dessert

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Comments

  1. Hello I do hope this reaches you in very nice weather,here in Maine we’re finally getting some awesome weather.I wanted to write a note here and let you know I love all that you put up here and these I know for a fact will not last in our home.My husband and son will devour them and I was wondering can this be done with other fruits as well?I do hope the weather were your at is very nice as well for me it’s gardening time and started at few things already.Thank you for taking a bit of time out of your busy schedule to read my email and will have to take a pic or two to show ya of my rest of my family enjoying your Popsicles.I also have a face book account just look for Deborah Ambrose then you’ll be able to see the progress of my garden areas.Take care be safe have a great day.

    • Deborah we would be THRILLED to see some pictures of your family eating these popsicles!! They are definitely going to be a big summer hit in our family! I’m sure Maine is beautiful in the summer!

    • Yes, you could use other fruits! It’s almost like a frozen smoothie. I think fresh juicy peaches would be delicious in these popsicles. I do like the banana in them, along with the yogurt for the creaminess. Enjoy!

  2. H,i–Love the recipe and the photo. HOWEVER when you show such distinctive popsicles, please tell us where you got these specific molds? I’d like to get some like them, if I can. . . .

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