Rainbow Party Ice Pops

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You don't really need to have a party to make these rainbow party ice pops, but they will be a big hit if you do!

You don’t really need to have a party to make these rainbow party ice pops, but they will be a big hit if you do!

Ever since I made the strawberry-kiwi ice pops my mind has been flowing with these never ending ideas of what other ice pops I can make and taste just as delicious as the last. Looking at our blog you can tell that we LOVE color. I love to incorporate that into my recipes and crafts. Usually that calls for food coloring, BUT not here! Fruit is so colorful, it’s like natures rainbow garden, and so Rainbow Party Ice Pops were born!

These rainbow party ice pops take a little more planning because of all the layers, but you can do it! Start by blending your strawberries and coconut water until puréed. Fill your 3oz paper cups 1/5 way with your first strawberry layer. Then freeze for  30-45 minutes.

Next, blend your peaches and coconut water and pour another 1/5 full, pouring on top of the frozen strawberry layer. Place your craft stick into the center and freeze for 30-45 minutes.

Repeat this process with the mango, kiwi and raspberries.

Once all your layers are in your cups, freeze for a few hours or overnight. Peel your cups off and enjoy these colorful, healthy, rainbow party treats!

You don't really need to have a party to make these rainbow party ice pops, but they will be a big hit if you do!

We used disposable paper cups for our rainbow party ice pops, but you can certainly use these popsicle molds. Just make sure you grab some extra sticks!

 

Rainbow Party Ice Pops
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Recipe type: Summer Treat
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Serves: 5
 
You don't really need to have a party to make these rainbow party ice pops, but they will be a big hit if you do!
Ingredients
  • 1 Cup strawberries
  • 1 Cup peaches
  • 1 Cup mango
  • 1 Cup Kiwifruit
  • ½ Cup raspberries mixed with ½ cup blueberries
  • 1¼ Cup coconut water (apple juice or a lemon-lime soda are great substitutes)
  • 3 ounce paper cups
  • craft/popsicle sticks
Instructions
  1. Blend your strawberries with 2 tablespoons coconut water
  2. Fill ⅕ way full into your paper cup and freeze for 30-45 minutes.
  3. Remove from freezer and blend peaches with 2 tablespoons coconut water. Pour onto frozen strawberries and add craft stick.
  4. Repeat with mango, kiwifruit and raspberries, freezing 30-45 minutes between each flavor.
  5. Freeze entire ice pop for a few hours or overnight before enjoying!

If you like these ice pops, make sure to try our Strawberry Kiwi version.

These Fruit Pizzas will be great with your Rainbow Party Ice Pops!

You don't really need to have a party to make these rainbow party ice pops, but they will be a big hit if you do!

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