No Sugar Added Strawberry Fruitsicles

No Sugar Added Strawberry Fruitsicles-

I have been enjoying these delicious no sugar added strawberry fruitsicles this summer. If you have been a regular reader here at Katherines Corner you know that I hate hot weather! Truly anything over 75 degrees Fahrenheit is just way to hot for me. Which poses a problem. Here in Utah the summer temps are hovering around 100 degrees pretty regularly. I love rainy days and cool weather days and even snowy days.

 I do live in a beautiful state surrounded by mountains and the pleasure of four seasons.But ohh the summer heat…

 

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no sugar added strawberry fruitsicles

No Sugar Added Strawberry Fruit-sicle this is a migraine safe recipe, low sugar recipe and dairy free recipe

What You Need
11/2 Cups Strawberries ( or other fresh fruit)cleaned and stems removed
1 Cup Milk (I use lactose free milk)
1 Tbsp. Splenda (or 3 tsp. sugar)
Popsicle molds (or ice cube trays and popsicle sticks)
Blender/food processor

Lets Make it! Pop your fruit into the food processor/blender pulse a few times to make very small pieces, add milk and sweetener and blend/puree for 1-3 minutes. If it appears to thin add a bit more fruit. Fill your popsicle/ice trays and freeze for 3-4 hours.

Makes 4 fruit-sicles or about 12-16 ice cube tray pops.

Katies Tid Bits -try adding vanilla bean ice cream instead of milk if you are okay with dairy. Most berries and soft fruits work well in this very easy fruit-sicle recipe For fruits not allowed on migraine safe diet click HERE.

We can’t stop the clock, but we can keep our spirits young with humor, gratitude, and creativity. Eat a fruitsicle and go play in the sprinkler, life is short.

What is your favorite Frozen treat for summer?

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Comments

  1. These sound so yummy and I will admit I do love the summer and warm weather and honestly hasn’t been as warm of a summer here in NY as I like it to be and would switch with you weather wise in a heart beat right about now. But still thanks for the recipe and happy Tuesday now :) xoxo!!

  2. Oh yum, these are so perfect for summer. Healthy and tasty!

  3. You do live in a beautiful place.
    I could make those fruitsicles. I like that they don’t use sugar.

  4. Are you getting some of this monsoon rain that is predicted for this week? It’s been a nice change of pace in Idaho during this long, hot summer! Those popsicles sound delicious.

  5. looks delicious and refreshing!

  6. debby9972 says:

    These sound perfect, thank you :)

  7. Hi Katherines,

    I love berries and do not like using sugar to feel better the taste. Enjoyed your suggestion recipe.

    hugs

  8. Yum these look delicious Katherine! I’m going to try them…Aloha, Lori

  9. Yes…yums..very popular over here too

  10. Wow, I am jealous of that view! Strawberry anything is a hit here–your fruitsicles sound delicious.

  11. That sounds really good!

  12. They look delicious!

  13. We’ve been freezing popsicles this year too. Orange juice (straight up) seems to be the fave. It’s fun to experiment. :)

  14. Baby these look amazing! I want some!

  15. I haven’t nearly had my fill of hot days this summer. To me, hot is anything over 85. Our average for this time of year is around 80 and we’ve had very few of those days. However, I’d eat these fruitsicles any day of the year!

  16. Yummy!! I can’t wait to try these!! Thank you so much for linking up at Tasty Tuesday! Your recipe has been pinned to the Tasty Tuesday Pinterest board! Please join us again this week!

  17. These look delicious! And my kids love strawberries so I know they would love these. Do you think this recipe would work with almond milk?

  18. I want one right now! Pinned. Lou Lou Girls

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