Mango-Strawberry-Pomegranate Pops

My name is Amanda, and I am a sugar addict.  I have been sober 9 days.  In order to keep this up, since one of my 2013 resolutions is to have less sugar, I have created a guilt-free delicious sweet treat for me to enjoy whenever the sugar cravings arise.

Mango Strawberry Pomegranate Popsicle Recipe | Amanda's Apron

These little pops are so quick and easy to make, it will be easy to satisfy your sweet tooth and your children’s, too!

Yummy homemade popsicle recipe | Amanda's Apron

Mango Strawberry Pomegranate Pop Recipe makes about 8 pops

1 large, ripe mango

4 ripe strawberries

4-6T pomegranate juice

1/4C water

Ingredients for healthy popsicles | Amanda's Apron

First, I froze the pomegranate juice in my cute little heart ice cube tray.  Hearts are fun.  Hearts are valentiney.  Hearts are one of the only ice cube shapes I have.  Use what you’d like!  I did this just so the pomegranate’s flavor stayed distinct, and note that I only filled the ice trays a tiny portion since I have a narrow popsicle mold.

Strawberries and Pomogranate juice are perfect for homemade popsicles | Amanda's Apron

While the juice was freezing, I peeled the mango.  Actually, I slaughtered it.  I still haven’t learned how to properly cut a mango.  But it’s going into a blender anyway, so it doesn’t have to be a pretty process.

How to Make healthy Popsicles | Amanda's Apron

Puree the mango and water together until smooth in a blender or food processor.

How to make a healthy dessert | Amanda's Apron

I then washed and cut the strawberries.  I was feeling artsy and decided to cut them into heart shapes, too.  Aren’t they darling?

Heart shaped Strawberries - perfect for Valentine's | Amanda's Apron

Combine the frozen pomegranate juice, strawberries, and mango puree into popsicle mold and freeze.  You have just created a lovely tropical treat.  Enjoy!

3 Ingredient Popsicle | Amanda's Apron

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