Sugar Free Harvest Popsicles

Harvest popsicles recipe with vegetables and fruits.

Here is an amazing recipe for sugar-free harvest popsicles. Kids love anything bright and sweet, but that usually means artificial flavors and high fructose corn syrup. This is a GREAT alternative that is packed with vitamins and minerals, just like mother nature intended!

This recipe is adaptable for any fruits and vegetables, but you will need a juicer and basic popsicle molds. Simply juice each “layer” (listed below) and pour into individual glass jars. Chill in the fridge until you are ready to use each layer.  Pour the first layer into your popsicle molds (you can vary the heights) and freeze until firm approximately 2 hours *Note: for really pretty precise layers you can use a turkey baster to add the juice. Once your molds are half-full, add popsicle sticks or sucker sticks…..continue to pour juice around popsicle stick until the molds are full. Freeze again until frozen solid (overnight is best)…

These amounts are for 6 standard popsicle molds

Layer #1 (GREEN)-  2 cups spinach and 1 cup orange Juice

Layer #2 (PURPLE)-  1 medium sized Beet and 2 green apples

Layer #3 (ORANGE)- 4 large carrots and  2 red apples

Layer #4- (LIGHT ORANGE/YELLOW) Orange juice (fresh or from concentrate)

 

Enjoy!

Harvest popsicles recipe with apples, orange juice, spinach, carrots and beets.

2 Responses to Sugar Free Harvest Popsicles

  1. Rick Smith says:

    Hello looking for Popsicle ideas or frozen treat recipes.

    • admin says:

      We have several different frozen treats from popsicles to frozen mango sorbet. Check out our dessert section for more inspiration.

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