A sweet treat that you don’t have to guilty about! These strawberry banana popsicles are the best of both worlds. They’re made using wholesome ingredients, and will satisfy that sweet tooth. Plus, they’re great when you need to beat the heat.
I tested these out on my two boys and they loved them even more than store bought, so that’s a win in my books.
As as added bonus, they had a lot of fun making them with me, and pouring the mixture into the popsicle molds.
Of course, this was followed by “are they ready yet?” about a dozen times an hour. 🙂 But still a great activity if you’re looking for something to do with your little ones.
How to make strawberry banana popsicles?
First, you need a popsicle mold if you don’t have one already. Any molds will work.
Next, gather your ingredients. You’ll need very ripe banana to add natural sweetness.
Add everything to your blender or food processor and process until smooth, or you may wish to leave a few fruit chunks. Completely up to you.
Evenly distribute your mixture into your molds and freeze.
That’s it! Super simple.
Can I make any substitutions?
You may use any of your favourite fruits for these popsicles.
Try raspberry lime, or a mix of all of your favourite berries.
Or you can go with honeydew or watermelon.
As for the coconut milk, I particularly like the flavour that canned coconut milk adds to these popsicles.
If you’re not a coconut fan, you may sub for soy, or cashew milk.
If you enjoy this frozen treat, you may also want to try these!
- Coconut Lime Popsicles
- Banana Nice Cream – 3 Flavours!
- Easy Coconut Peach Popsicles
- Watermelon Berry Popsicles
Or, for more ways to use ripe bananas, check these out!
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- Add all the ingredients to a food processor or blender and blend to desired consistency. I made these ones smooth, but you can leave a few fruit chunks if preferred.
- Then distribute your mixture between six popsicle mouds and freeze for 6 hours or overnight.