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Today, Alison Bickel, of this homemade life is sharing her recipe for Strawberry Popsicles with us.  Alison’s blog is one of my all-time favorites and I look forward to each and every post.  Her recipes are healthy and delicious and she inspires me to eat fresh and clean.  Her photography is nothing short of breathtaking and she is a breath of fresh air.  I met Alison through this blog, and now I consider her to be a friend.  Thank you so much for sharing your talents with me Alison. I am thrilled to have you.

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Just a few weeks ago we made our summer lists.  It’s a tradition we started a few years ago to help us make the most of our summer days. The boys and I each make a list of 10 things we’d like to do before heading back to school in August.  This year’s lists include going to a major league baseball game, having a lemonade stand and picking strawberries at a local farm.

Last year, when we made our lists, ‘make our own popsicles’ was one of the things we wanted to try.  We got some great molds and made a few of our own with popsicle sticks and paper cups.  Little did we know how much we would LOVE making them and that it would quickly become a favorite summer treat.  This year we’ve gotten a bit more serious about our popsicle making and I ordered some fun ring pop molds as well as those used below.

We’ve tried many different recipes, but always come back to those with strawberry or lemon flavors. There is just something about the sweet, tart taste that is so refreshing on hot summer days.  This recipe is a great combination of both.

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*Makes 6 large popsicles
3 cups fresh (or frozen, thawed) strawberries, hulled and halved
1/2 cup honey or agave syrup
3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

starwberry popsicle recipeIn a food processor, or blender combine the strawberries, honey and lemon juice.  Process until smooth. Pour puree into molds and put in freezer.  Freeze until solid, at least 4 hours.

Watch your kids devour them.

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Healthy Strawberry Popsicles

Ingredients

  • 3 cups fresh (or frozen, thawed) strawberries, hulled and halved
  • 1/2 cup honey or agave syrup
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

Instructions

  1. In a food processor, or blender combine the strawberries, honey and lemon juice. Process until smooth. Pour puree into molds and put in freezer. Freeze until solid, at least 4 hours.
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  2. I have these same popsicle molds! :) We love popsicles but have a hard time getting the consistency right. I look forward to trying these!

  3. Natalie says:

    Thanks for the recipe. We had just enough strawberries left over after making jam this afternoon. My kids can’t wait for them to freeze.

  4. this is so sweet, children are a joy indeed ..and the ice cream :)

  5. Veronica says:

    my family has done this for years.. When we did not have popsicle molds,,, we used ice cube trays with popsicle sticks! Worked great..

  6. I just got a mold for homemade popsicles, and I am making these first!!! They look wonderfully delicious! Thanks for a great post!

  7. jasmine says:

    Those look scrumptious! Can’t wait to make’em for the kids :) Thank you!

  8. Camila F. says:

    OMG, the color of these popsicles is amazing! I’m going to make them for myself!

  9. corey says:

    mmmmmmmm popsicles! Delish! I’m finally checking her site out. You are right. It is fantastic!

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  12. Sarah Panam says:

    This was superb..how did u make friends with Alison? Thanks for the recipe. We dont have moulds so we put them in ice trays.

  13. Sarah Panam says:

    Do you have any more recipes?

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  20. Sara says:

    Hey,
    If i don’t have a popcikle cantanner to freeze it in.Do you know what i could freeze it in with

    • bakedbree says:

      You could use a paper cup with a popsicle stick. Let them freeze about halfway and then put the stick in.

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  22. Mayet says:

    chanced upon this recipe and I just did it now! thanks so much ;).

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  24. Allie says:

    Just made jam and had some left over strawberries and lemon juice. What could be more perfect! Can’t wait for my daughter to try these!

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  27. Mae says:

    Just made a batch of these babies up! Cannot wait to offer them as an afternoon treat! Thanks!

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