Friday, June 30, 2017

Berryful Freezer Pops Coming Right Up!

These berryful freezer pops are a perfect treat for Canada Day or the 4th of July celebrations... especially if it is a hot sunny day in your neighborhood.  I first made them a few years ago when I won some new freezer pop molds in a giveaway from spabettie and wanted to try them out with something special and new.  I have used the molds a lot since then, but this recipe is still one of our favorites.  It is a great way to cool down on a hot Summer day.

They do take a few hours to set up so if you can, make them the day before you want to eat them.

These molds hold a total of 3 cups.  If you plan to make some pops for yourself, you will want to measure your molds and then adjust the amounts of the ingredients accordingly.  When I made them, I didn’t put enough water in the food processor, so I just added some more to the mixture once it was in the molds and then stirred it a bit.

Berryful Freezer Pops

Berryful Freezer Pops

  • 2 cups frozen berry mixture (blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries)
  • 1-1/2 cups water
  • bit of Stevia (this is optional of course)
  1. Place water and berries into a heavy-duty blender and process until smooth and thick.
  2. Pour into freezer pop molds and freeze overnight.
Mine came out to about 23 calories each… and of course they are zero Smart Points for my Weight Watchers buddies. 

Of course you could use any fresh berries that you find in your local markets instead of frozen. I know there are still strawberries and raspberries and blueberries in my area.

How do you celebrate your national holiday?


  1. I love making freezer pops in the summer - so refreshing!

  2. These look delicious AND healthy. Yum!!

  3. We used to go all out for Independence Day--fireworks, etc. This year...nada. I'm ok with that. My neighbors will take care of the rest.

  4. These look very simple and healthy. Would be perfect for the heat wave we're having right now. I'm familiar with Spabettie's blog, she's very creative and has that Portland vibe!

  5. Oh that looks so refreshing and yummy! My son and his fiancé are coming over for the 4th of July...I think I might make some!

  6. So easy and looks so delicious, I have molds
    And def need to make these!

  7. These look good! I made some Nuun popsicles the other day but was so disappointed. I think I might mix some berries in to see if that helps. Hope you had a great Canada day!!!

  8. Freeze pops are definitely a refreshing treat during the hot and humid summer. Yum!


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