Homemade Striped Fruit Pops

Homemade Striped Fruit Pops

Homemade Striped Fruit Pops

On those hot summer days, this Striped Fruit Pops recipe is a great way to cool down. It’s not only tasty but can be healthy as well. These homemade fruit pops are made from real fruit with no additional additives. You can mix it up and choose whatever fruit you and your family love. So get rid of those store-bought popsicles and give your kids some striped fruit pops. It will keep them cool when having fun in the sun.

Striped Fruit Pops

Prep Time 15 mins
Freeze Time 1 hr
Total Time 1 hr 15 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 1 dozen

Equipment

  • 12 three ounce plastic cups or popsicle molds
  • 12 popsicle sticks

Ingredients
  

  • 2 cups Fresh Strawberries sliced
  • ¾ cup Honey divided
  • 6 cups Kiwifruit peeled and sliced
  • 1 ⅓ cups Fresh Ripe Peaches

Instructions
 

  • In a blender or a food processor mix strawberries and ¼ cup of honey until smooth.
  • Pour then into the cups or molds. Freeze for 30 minutes or until firm.
  • Then back in the blender or food processor mix kiwi and ¼ cup of honey until smooth.
  • Pour the mix into the cups or molds. Freeze for 30 mines or until firm.
  • Repeat this same process with the peaes and remaining honey.
  • Pour the mix into the cups or molds. Freeze for 30 mines or until firm.

History of the Ice Pop

As far back as 1872, two men, doing business as Ross and Robbins, sold a frozen-fruit confection on a stick, which they called the Hokey-Pokey. In 1923 Francis William Epperson had patented a handled, frozen confection or ice lollipop. He initially called it the Epsicle. A couple of years later, Epperson sold the rights to the invention and the Popsicle brand to the Joe Lowe Company in New York City.

Epperson claimed to have first created an ice pop in 1905, at the age of 11, when he accidentally left a glass of powdered lemonade soda and water with a mixing stick in it on his porch during a cold night, a story still printed on the back of Popsicle treat boxes.

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