Red White and Blue BERRY Ice Pop Bites. A fun frozen ice pop recipe. Looking for fun and healthy memorial day dessert ideas you’ve found it!
Colors are fun and they can be safely enjoyed when you use real food to do the coloring! These Red White and Blue Ice Pops Bites are a Dye Free Recipe that baby, toddlers, children and even adults can snack on.
Ditch the ice pop mold and go for fun with a silicone mold to make fun shapes. Stars are great for Fourth of July and Memorial Day! You can use any type of fruit you want to create fun colors and flavors.
Greens are easy with kiwi or spinach. Orange can be done with orange juice or mango. Purple can be done with Blueberries or Blackberries mixed with a little banana. Get beautiful red with strawberries and raspberries.. Blue with blueberries and even pink if you mix strawberries with banana!
This is a great alternative to using those harmful dyes in your food for “Fun”. They taste delicious and naturally packed with vitamins that are good for you!
They’re perfect for tiny hands to grab and go. Best of all they take only 2-3 hours to firm up! Using nothing but the fruit itself you get a tasty summer treat! It’s good to have a few good silicone molds on hand.
They work extremely well and the ice pop bites pop right out! They’re even easy to clean, which is always a plus. You can even use them for gummy bears and chocolates!
Our daughter loved the blueberry blue, the white banana, red raspberry, but we think the strawberry was her favorite! 🙂 Just a little sprinkle of sugar in the berries and then pulse in your high speed blender! It’s super simple to make and they are a big hit!
We highly recommend using a high speed blender that way you can really grind down the seeds that are in the berries. No one wants to chew on seeds in an ice pop! We hope you enjoy our Red White and Blue Ice Pops Bites!
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Red White and Blue Ice Pops Bites | Dye Free Recipe
- 1/2 cup Strawberries
- 1/2 cup Raspberries
- 1/2 cup Blueberries
- 1/2 Bananas
- Blend each fruit separately in a high speed blender. *Only add a little bit of sugar to the berries while blending.
- Once the fruit is blended pour into the silicone molds and freeze for 2-4 hours.
The nutritional information is automatically calculated and can vary based ingredients and products used. If the nutrition numbers are important for you we recommend calculating them yourself.
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