All-Fruit 4-Ingredient Popsicles

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Billy has asked the food blogging community to post their latest and best popsicle recipe on the Internet this week. There’s no reason not to have a delicious popsicle by the end of this week.

While I was creating my Popsicle Recipe, I was reminded of the most refreshing frozen fruits I have ever tasted. Two years ago, it was the height of summer.

My friend bought a lot of fruit at Sam’s that was on sale. It was hot, and everyone was sweating. She decided to freeze her leftovers in snack bags because she knew she couldn’t eat 8 pounds of blueberries on her own – and I tried.

I’m sure I have some of the most adorable moms ever.

In my little baggie of frozen fruits, I found mandarin oranges and blueberries. So simple, but so good. I remembered the fruit as refreshing, just like a Popsicle, but all-natural and healthy. I just had to try it again.

This week, I made my fruit Popsicles with only four ingredients. I didn’t have a Popsicle maker and wasn’t going to buy one. Why would you need fancy Popsicle molds when you can make your own with Dixie cups, wooden sticks, and Dixie cups? To impress your neighbors? Do you really think so?

Popsicle has only four ingredients and all fruits.



All of the orange juice.


  • One peach, ripe (skin removed)
  • Blueberries, fresh or frozen: 1/3 cup
  • 3/4 cup mandarin orange segments
  • 1 cup of your favorite fruit juice (I chose OJ, but grape, pomegranate, or cranberry also works well)


  • Divide the orange segments, peaches, and blueberries equally between 6 or 7 dixie cups (amounts are as written in the original recipe // adjust when changing batch size).
  • Popsicle sticks should be inserted into the center of the molds. I used OJ, but pomegranate or cranberry would work well too.
  • Place the mixture in a small loaf pan or another pan of similar size. Freeze until solidified – for at least four hours.
  • Remove the Dixie cups and consume them immediately. Keep leftovers in a freezer bag.

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