Sometimes when I have some delicious fruit left over from my weekly grocery trip, I like to get creative with how to finish it off so it doesn’t go to waste. It’s easy to throw together a fruit plate or something easy, but being a popsicle girl, I decided that I would try to make a special kiwi-grape pop! With these two flavors combined with coconut water, it really blended together to make an excellent taste. This recipe is one of the easiest pops I have made and I am happy to share it with you!

Ingredients:

  • 4 to 5 kiwis 15 to 20 green grapes
  • 1 small container of your favorite coconut water
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons agave

Method:

1. Mix together your agave and coconut water, making it a little sweeter than you think it should be. (Keep in mind it will be slightly less sweet when it’s frozen, plus kiwi can be on the tart side.)

2. Let your coconut water sit for a few minutes while you dice your kiwi and slice your grapes. This allows the air bubbles to settle so your pops will freeze a bit clearer.

3. Layer in your fruit, starting with kiwi and alternating a few pieces of each.

4. Use a funnel to carefully add the coconut water. Tap the mold on the counter to release any air pockets. You’ll have to jiggle the sticks in with this much fruit.

5. Freeze for 5-6 hours.

6. When you are ready to enjoy, briefly run them under warm water to remove pops from their molds!

Looking for the exact molds I use for my pops? Click HERE to find them on Amazon. I highly recommend it and the version with plastic lid (vs. metal lid) because it’s much easier to remove once the popsicles are frozen.

 

Maile Miller

Maile Miller

Popsicle Specialist at Lean Green DAD
Maile is a nonprofit professional in the arts world who also loves creating in the kitchen. She considers finding unique flavor combinations and new techniques an awesome hobby! Maile only uses fresh, seasonal ingredients and loves making sweet treats!
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