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Strawberry Pops


Everyone will love munching on these all-natural fruit pops when the weather turns steamy.

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  • Yield: Makes 8

Source: Everyday Food, May/June 2003


  • 1 1/2 pints strawberries, rinsed and hulled
  • 1/2 cup confectioners' sugar


  1. Pulse strawberries with sugar and 1/3 cup water in food processor until pureed, with some chunks of berries remaining. Pour half of mixture into a bowl.

  2. Pulse remainder until smooth. Stir puree into mixture in bowl. Pour into 3-ounce molds or plastic cups, insert sticks or wooden spoons, and freeze until solid, at least 8 hours.

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  • flower224
    21 JUN, 2014
    Have this in my freezer right now. My son was happy to help and excited. I was excited for a semi-healthy summer snack. I don't buy popsicles very often from the store often they just have too much junk. I could only find 5 oz little cups so used those instead of the 3oz ones the recipes calls for. The mix filled up 8 cups 1/2-3/4 the way up. Used 1/4 cup sugar as someone else recommended - plenty sweet for 1 lb of berries. Hope it turns out - it should :) Next time going to add in 1 orange. Yum
  • Bridgette Boudreaux
    6 JUN, 2014
    I could have sworn that the original recipe in the magazine only had 1/4 cup sugar. That's really all the sugar you need. I'm excited to try other combos of fruit!
  • Coffeegrl1
    29 MAY, 2012
    This is a great recipe. It is easy to make and fun for kids. Can't wait to try other kinds of fruit! 1 1/2 pints = 3 cups of fruit.
  • sylmary
    21 MAY, 2009
    Could you use frozen strawberries and if so would the ingredients remain the same?
  • MarvelousMadge
    19 MAY, 2009
    A pint and-a-half of fresh strawberries would weigh 430 grams or 15 ounces.
  • lutzlady
    19 MAY, 2009
    how much does 1 1/2 pints of strawberries weigh