Whenever I say let’s make ice pops, my toddler JUMPS for joy! She runs to the kitchen and we look to see what delicious and fresh fruit we have to puree into a delicious ice pop. This is by far the best ice pop mold we’ve found and it looks just like the ice pops you’d get in stores.
We enjoy sweet treats, but for the most part, we love a little bit of a sour note like you’d get from lemons! My mini chef and I used our hands to squeeze the lemons, but you could use a citrus juicer or even a handle held juicer to yield more juice from your citrus fruit. We use an affordable personal blender to do all the work and you’ll have pineapple lemonade ice pops in just a few hours!
You could even swap out the regular lemons and use Meyer lemons which are sweeter. We make this recipe to drink too – get our Pineapple Lemonade Recipe over on our blog Know Your Produce. (Stay tuned to Super Healthy Kids, where we’ll be sharing what we made one the left) 😉
This time instead of using fresh pineapple we used some frozen pineapple! It was such a good deal at the store we couldn’t pass it up. We still get fresh pineapple, but enjoy it right as we cut it.
The best part is you could even plop in some raspberries, blueberries or even strawberries to give it more color and of course flavor! This pineapple lemonade ice pop recipe is one of mini chefs favorites to make.
Make our Pineapple Lemonade Ice Pops for an easy healthy snack tonight! 🙂
- 1 cup frozen pineapple
- 1 lemon juiced
- 1/2 cup water
Blend the ingredients together and pour into an ice pop mold.
Freeze for 4 hours and enjoy!
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