Summer is setting in and with it, the sizzling heat that we simultaneously love and are always looking to escape. This popsicle recipe, adapted from Jasper & Willow, is both refreshing and guilt-free for a hot summer afternoon. Even on a cooler day, you might be tempted to indulge – and why not? You don’t need an excuse to enjoy one of these fresh fruit pops!

Calories per serving 92 Protein 1.5 g Yields 6 servings


  • 8-10 whole strawberries
  • 1/2-1 cup of blueberries
  • 1 cup of sugar-free coconut water


  • Popsicle mold
  • Popsicle sticks


  1. Slice strawberries thinly enough to fit into your popsicle mold.
  2. Arrange the strawberries and blueberries in your mold, being careful not to smash them in the process.
  3. Add enough coconut water to almost fill the mold (leaving a little space from the top to accommodate for expansion).
  4. Insert popsicle sticks into your filling and place the mold in the freezer for 4-6 hours.
  5. When you’re ready to enjoy, remove the mold from the freezer and let it sit for a few minutes. Or, if you’re in a hurry, run warm water over the outside of the mold to loosen the pops.


  • If you don’t have (or like) fresh strawberries and blueberries, you can substitute just about any other fresh fruit: grapes, kiwi fruit, pineapple, mangoes, peaches, or cherries are just a few that will work. These pops are infinitely adaptable!
  • In a pinch, you could even use fruit that has been frozen, though your finished product might not have quite the same aesthetic appeal.
  • Sugar content varies among different brands of coconut water, so be sure to pay attention to the nutrition facts when you buy. Pick a product that will be both enjoyable to you and well suited to your individual nutrition goals.

Nutrition Facts
Yields 6 servings
Calories 92
Total Fat 0.1 g
Saturated Fat 0 g
Total Carbohydrates 20.7 g
Protein 1.5 g

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