Sweet & Tart Strawberry Lemon Popsicles

Sweet & Tart Strawberry Lemon Popsicles // Ever made your own popsicles at home? They so simple it's almost hard to believe. You get to avoid yucky artificial flavorings, colors, and ingredients and can feel great about what you are feeding your family! Made with only fruits, you'll love the taste of these swet & tart popsicles! | Tried and Tasty

Sweet & Tart Strawberry Lemon Popsicles // Ever made your own popsicles at home? They so simple it's almost hard to believe. You get to avoid yucky artificial flavorings, colors, and ingredients and can feel great about what you are feeding your family! Made with only fruits, you'll love the taste of these sweet & tart popsicles! | Tried and TastyWe are hot on the heels of summer and I couldn’t be happier! I’ve been wanting to delve in to the world of popsicle making for quite some time and I’m even more excited after seeing just how simple they are to make yourself. Today is a fun day around here at Tried and Tasty. Popsicles. 

I don’t buy them often, mostly due to the artificial colors, unpronounceable ingredient list, and cost. When I realized that all you need is just an Ice Pop Maker and your favorite fruits I was sold. I didn’t even need any additional sugars (the fruits are sugary enough). If I were to add more sweetener, my choice would be a bit of honey! I used organic strawberries (are you familiar with the Dirty Dozen & Clean Fifteen? You MUST check out my Clean 15 vs. Filthy 15: When Organic Matters post!) and a lemon. That’s it. Easy peasy right?

Sweet & Tart Strawberry Lemon Popsicles // Ever made your own popsicles at home? They so simple it's almost hard to believe. You get to avoid yucky artificial flavorings, colors, and ingredients and can feel great about what you are feeding your family! Made with only fruits, you'll love the taste of these sweet & tart popsicles! | Tried and Tasty

Sweet & Tart Strawberry Lemon Popsicles // Ever made your own popsicles at home? They so simple it's almost hard to believe. You get to avoid yucky artificial flavorings, colors, and ingredients and can feel great about what you are feeding your family! Made with only fruits, you'll love the taste of these sweet & tart popsicles! | Tried and Tasty

Sweet & Tart Strawberry Lemon Popsicles

Serves 10
Ever made your own popsicles at home? They so simple it's almost hard to believe. You get to avoid yucky artificial flavorings, colors, and ingredients and can feel great about what you are feeding your family! Made with only fruits, you'll love the taste of these sweet & tart popsicles!
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23 calories
6 g
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0 g
98 g
3 g
3 g
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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
98g
Servings
10
Amount Per Serving
Calories 23
Calories from Fat 2
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 0g
0%
Saturated Fat 0g
0%
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0g
Monounsaturated Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg
0%
Sodium 3mg
0%
Total Carbohydrates 6g
2%
Dietary Fiber 1g
5%
Sugars 3g
Protein 0g
Vitamin A
0%
Vitamin C
68%
Calcium
1%
Iron
2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients
  1. 1 quart organic strawberries
  2. 1/3 c. fresh lemon juice
  3. 1 c. water
Instructions
  1. Core & quarter washed strawberries. Using your high speed blender, blend all ingredients until liquid & smooth. Pour into your popsicle mold & freeze until solid, roughly six-eight hours.
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calories
23
fat
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protein
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carbs
6g
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316 comments about “Sweet & Tart Strawberry Lemon Popsicles

  1. Melissa S

    I would make raspberry cream popsicles with some of the wild raspberries we pick each year.

  2. Tonnie Rogers

    My grandson loves freezer pops in the summer…organic strawberries are on sale now so this is a timely post. Thanks for the giveaway also!

  3. Jolene

    I have been wanting to try zoku for a long time now! who wants to wait all day for their popsicles to freeze

  4. Marsha A

    I’d try your strawberry recipe and also make a mixed berry one! I love this!! Thank you.

  5. Laura

    My girls would love this sweet & tart strawberry lemon. We’ve done pineapple and strawberry so far and they were both great.

  6. slriley227

    I would definitely use whatever fruit is in season – so strawberry right now, with a little bit of honey, lemon and an herb from my garden. Mhhhhhh

  7. Cindy A.

    I would make strawberry. We are very fortunate to live near a strawberry farm and are always looking for fun berry based recipes. Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  8. AnnaZed

    I think I would make Strawberry/Blueberry (like yours, but with Blueberries added!) – yum.
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    {in the contest I am Margot C__ on the Rafflecopter}

  9. Rosie

    banana with strawberry! I gave away my popsicle maker to someone who loved my popsicles – what was I thinking!! I’ve been wanting these sooooo much!!

  10. Helen

    Ooh! I think a citrus coconut water popsicle is in order for the coming Texas summer!

  11. J Riggs

    How can I decide on only one ?! So many possibilities!!! But probably strawberry banana first 🙂

  12. Kerrie

    I heard about your site from Happy Money Saver because of the giveaway. So I stopped by and I like you style. I gotta say, you can’t go wrong with strawberry…

  13. Jennifer M.

    My daughter would love strawberry banana! I would love anything in those drip guards! Brilliant.

  14. Danielle

    I love all popsicles! Your strawberry lemon ones sound amazing; I’ll def try those!

  15. Kory

    My favorite would be strawberry, but I would probably make cherry first, because my children love cherry!

  16. Debbie Vasel

    What says summer better than Popsicles?
    I would make watermelon first 🙂

  17. Niki L S

    I reached your website through Heavenly Homemakers. I already LOVE your website and I only briefly browsed it. Bookmarking now.

    Also, I have a Zoku cup that my boss got me for Christmas. I’ve been eyeing the other items as well. This is a great giveaway. Thanks!

  18. Sara S.

    Any mix of Strawberry. We are going to be bursting at the seams with them shortly.

  19. Mindy H

    I would love a mango popsicle…however the house of kids would probably over rule me!

  20. Molly H.

    I would make lemonade Popsicles first, and then some cherry or strawberry popsicles

  21. jaysbakingmecrazy

    The first flavor I would make are these strawberry lemon ones that look perfect and fit our Paleo life style. Yum!!

  22. Kim DeHaven

    Ok, I was ready to put strawberry lemonade, but then I saw raspberry….mmmmmm. I don’t know.

  23. Diane

    the sweet and tart strawberry lemon pops look great! I’ve been wanting to try the Zoku Quick Pops maker!

  24. Amy Carter

    If I won I would hop right back over here and try the strawberry recipe that’s here in this post!

  25. Gabrielle

    hmm.. it depends on what i have on hand but probably something with pineapple and some berries!

  26. Gabrielle Byrne

    Gotta be lemonade with raspberries! My girls eat plain old lemon and they can’t get enough of the ice lemonade flavor

  27. Angela

    WOW—I really hope to win. I have been putting off getting a popsicle maker and I need one now! My husband is a popsicle addict and I have collected so many unique recipes but no popsicle maker to use!!! This would be perfect!

  28. Angela

    Oh and I would definitely make these strawberry lemon popsicles first. I love strawberry lemonade and it would be great as a popsicle.

  29. Christina B.

    My kid loves mango’s. I would love to make some real fruit mango popcicles.

  30. Beth

    I think I would try watermelon first, but also depends on what is on sale. I am hungry for grape too.

  31. Tara

    We’d make whatever flavors we could make from our garden. Right now there are plenty of strawberries coming on. I’m sure I could get a kid to eat that. 🙂