Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles: No Sugar Added


Want a super simple recipe that your children will absolutely love? Actually YOU will also love and it practically has NO calories either!!

Place some sliced strawberries in a Popsicle mold and add my Naturally Sweetened Lemonade and FREEZE!! That is it!! Two Ingredients, well 3 if you count water!!


It almost looks like I made my Naturally Sweetened Strawberry Lemonade since the Popsicle looks pink. You certainly could use that recipe as well, but the strawberries are pureed so you won’t see any slices of strawberries. If your family doesn’t like frozen fruit than making the strawberry lemonade and pouring that into molds will be perfect for them!

The regular no sugar lemonade recipe is what I used, but once added to the freshly sliced strawberries the juice turns pink!


You can really put in any fruit you like with the lemonade!

WE loved them and we know you will too!

Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles: No Sugar Added




Place 1/4 cup of sliced strawberries into 4 molds. Carefully pour the lemonade over the strawberries filling to the top of the mold. Makes 4.

Nutrition Info

Servings: 4* Calories: 21* Fat: 0* Fiber: 1g* Carbs: 6g* Protein: 0g* Points+: 0*



  1. KimH says

    My grandmother used to freeze peaches in a little bit of light syrup when I was kid some near 50 years ago. When I’d ask her for something to snack on, she’d pull out a container, chop off a little bit, tell me to let it thaw for just a few minutes and then I’d eat my frosty fruit.. It was the BEST freezer pop without the pop part..
    Great idea… I’ve got to get myself some molds.

    • Leah says

      I froze peach chunks last year not necessarily to munch on but to add to fruity juices or even water as an ice cube to give it some natural flavour. Peaches are the best for that, I think.

  2. Lisa Cortez says

    Wanted to make these tonight and the grocery store was out of strawberries! (I know – crazy!) I bought frozen. Do you think this will work? And should I thaw them first or does it matter?


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