Pomegranate Berry Popsicles are made as old school ice cube tray pospicles. They’re naturally sweet, super refreshing and fun. The perfect anytime snack on a warm day, they’re also a fantastic barbecue dessert.
I love popsicles in the summer.
While these ice cube tray popsicles are super sweet and refreshing, they have no added sugar and they’re packed with nutrients!
What’s in this recipe?
Well it’s almost all in the title. 😉
- pomegranate juice
- orange juice
- mixed berries (raspberries, blueberries, strawberries)
That’s it! Just these few natural ingredients, packed into tiny squares, to create a most delicious treat!
Why Everyone Loves Them
- They’re a super refreshing treat, that’s good for you.
- Pomegranate Berry Popsicles are very easy to make.
- The small size is great because there’s not even enough time for them to start melting before you’re done. No mess!
- They’re fun and delicious.
- Everyone loves them!
- The popsicle sticks will not be perfectly straight. That’s perfectly okay. The berries will help hold them in place while they freeze.
- You can use any combination of berries you like — or one or two of the three. Your call.
- Some of the berries will float above the surface of the juice while they freeze. That’s how they should be — all of those chunks of fruit are fabulous!
- You can make these ice cube tray popsicles with really any fruit juice you like. Try orange, grape, or lemonade.
I hope you enjoy every last lick of these Pomegranate Berry Popsicles!
A few more summer popsicle recipes:
- Honey Grapefruit Popsicles
- Double Shot Espresso Popsicles
- Apple Pie Popsicles from Cook Nourish Bliss
- Watermelon Blackbery Margarita Popsicles from Bakers Royale
Ice Cube Tray Pomegranate Berry Popsicles
- ½ cup orange juice
- ½ cup pomegranate juice
- 1½ cups mixed fresh berries (blackberries, blueberries, raspberries)
- 14 popsicle sticks
- 1 standard old school ice-cube tray
- Mix the two juices together and set aside.
- Make the popsicles in a standard ice-cube tray. Evenly divide the berries and juice mixture into each little compartment in the tray. Then, using the berries for support, place a popsicle stick in the center of each one.Place the tray in the freezer for at least 2 hours. They should be completely solid before you try to remove them.
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