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UPDATE: We’ve updated the recipe with photos and new how-to video on our food site hello, Yummy! Watch the video on how to make fruit and vegetable ice pops. 


My kids won’t eat salads or greens if they’re staring right at them on a plate (who else can empathize?). So we do lots of green smoothies and recently have gotten into cold pressed juices. However, they don’t always like downing a glassful so making them into these yummy ice pops turns them into a fun food kids can enjoy. They’re refreshing and easy to pack for back to school lunch or snack too. Find out how easy it is to make your own fruit and veggie ice pops!

Fruit and Veggie Pops – Ingredients:

Ice Pop Pouches
– Cold pressed juices
– Frozen fruit
– Blender or hand blender
– Baby Spinach


We made 4 different flavors. Each recipe fills up about 2 of the ice pops. You can double the recipe if you need more of one type of flavor.

Beet and Berries
– Combine 1/2 cup beet juice with 1 cup of frozen berries. Blend until smooth.

Orange, Pineapple, Spinach
– Combine 1/2 cup of orange juice + 1/2 cup frozen pineapple with 1 cup of baby spinach. Blend until smooth.

Pineapple, Orange, Mango
– Combine 1 cup total of frozen pineapple and mango + 1/2 cup orange juice. Blend until smooth.

Carrot Pineapple
– Combine 1/2 cup carrot juice + 1 cup frozen pineapple. Blend until smooth.

Fill up the ice pops, squeezing out the air and place them in the freezer until frozen.

Once they’re frozen, you have a refreshing and healthy treat for the kids!

What are your favorite ways to sneak veggies into your kids’ foods? Check out more fun kid-friendly snacks and recipes here!

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Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.