Pineapple, strawberry, spinach fruit pops

My daughter loves frozen treats (especially those that are fruit based). I’m thrilled that she doesn’t like the artificial based fruit pops and I know that has everything to do with eating a mainly whole food plant based diet since she was born. She’s now 14.

My daughter eating her fruit popsicle


Yesterday, my Bapon Organix popsicle mold stainless steel popsicle molds arrived and I made her the frozen fruit pops that you see above. As you can see, she’d already taken a bite out of the fruit popsicle!

Years ago, I had plastic popsicle molds, but I tossed them away almost as quickly. Since then, when my daughter wanted a frozen treat we simply placed it into a glass or stainless cup and placed it in a freezer. Recently, I decided to purchase a dedicated popsicle mold, but I didn’t want it to be plastic, which is why I chose stainless steel.

The popsicle ingredients which are about to go into my Vitamix


Pineapple, strawberry, spinach fruit pops

  • 1 pineapple cut up and cubed
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1 tablespoon of hibiscus flower petals


  1. Combine everything into a blender (I used my Vitamix) and blend. The hibiscus petals were finely ground in my high powered blender.
  2. Place blended fruit into a bowl
  3. Slowly add blend to the popsicle molds
  4. Place in the freezer and leave until frozen.


This makes 12 fruit pops. Since my mold only holds six popsicles, the remaining batter was placed into a container and will be made into dehydrated fruit cookies later today. My daughter really loves these fruit pops. She was impatient and ate one after three hours. She did tell me that it was almost frozen. She had another after it had been in the freezer for five hours and she said it was completely frozen.

About my Bapon Organix popsicle mold

I purchased this popsicle mold from Amazon Prime. Since I’m an Amazon Prime member and my order was over $35 (and it was available at the local Amazon warehouse) I received it the same day. It’s much too soon to give an honest review, however, my initial reaction is that I really like it a lot. It’s made out of steel, it’s solid so with proper care it will last a very long time.

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This looks delicious! I love the touch of hibiscus!
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Jennifer Bliss

I don’t eat a lot of cold foods because of my sensitive teeth. But these look great!
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