Home · Recipes · Ice Cream Smoothie Popsicles Author: Maryanne CabreraPublished: Jan 24, 2017Updated: Feb 9, 2022 View RecipeRead ReviewsThis post may contain affiliate links. Read our disclosure policy. Turn your favorite smoothies into a frozen treat! These smoothie popsicles are a great on the go treat any time of day including breakfast! Fruit smoothies are a staple in my kitchen. We enjoy them regularly. Need proof? Have a look at these fruit and veggies smoothies post. It details a week’s worth of different smoothies! The best thing about smoothies? You can easily tailor the mixture of fruits and vegetables to your specific liking! Fruit Popsicles What happens when you make too much smoothie and can’t finish what’s in the blender? Use those leftovers to make popsicles, of course! I’m not one to waste food. There is usually another way to prolong its life. We freeze cookie dough to have cookies ready anytime, extra coffee can be frozen into ice cubes, and leftover cake can be frozen for later as well. Why not freeze fruit smoothies?! How to Make Fruit Smoothie Popsicles Place all the ingredients in a blender. Process until smooth.Pour blended liquid into popsicle molds (or desired containers).Insert popsicle sticks into molds. Freeze for at least 4 hours until popsicles are firm. Recommended Popsicle Molds I highly recommend this popsicle mold. (It’s the one photographed in this blog post). It is very easy to fill and breeze to clean. These stainless steel molds are also great. However, you need to purchase two sets to make a dozen popsicles. For a super versatile mold, I recommend these flexible silicone ice cream bar molds. I use this mold for these ruby chocolate strawberry swirl ice cream bars and these raspberry mango coconut pops. You may also use items you already have at home like ice cube trays, small paper cups (like Dixie cups), or recycle used yogurt cups! Easy Healthy Summer Dessert Smoothie popsicles are probably the healthiest popsicles out there, especially the green ones! The green popsicles here are made with baby spinach, baby kale, banana, and mango. These summer desserts have no added sugar. All the sweetness comes from the fruit. For added protein, you can add a few tablespoons of Greek yogurt. Smoothie Popsicles Turn your favorite smoothies into a frozen treat! These smoothie popsicles are great for on the go breakfast or snack! Prep Time: 10 minutes minutesFreeze Time: 4 hours hoursTotal Time: 4 hours hours 10 minutes minutes Servings: 12 Print Recipe Pin Recipe Rate Recipe IngredientsGreen Smoothie:½ medium banana1 cup mango chunks, frozen½ cup coconut water½ cup apple juice, or fresh apple cider2 handfuls fresh baby kale leaves1 handful fresh baby spinach leavesRaspberry Strawberry Smoothie:1 cup apple juice, or fresh apple cider¼ cup coconut water1 cup raspberries, frozen½ cup strawberries, frozenPurple Mixed Berry Smoothie:1 cup coconut water¼ cup pomegranate juice½ cup blueberries, frozen½ cup blackberries, frozen½ cup raspberries, frozen Instructions Place ingredients in a blender and process until smooth. Pour smoothie into popsicle mold, cover mold, and insert wooden popsicle sticks in each cavity. Freeze for at least 4 hours until solid.All images and text © The Little Epicurean Author: Maryanne Cabrera Course: Breakfast, DessertCuisine: AmericanKeyword: smoothie pop, frozen smoothie, smoothie popsicles, breakfast popsicles Did you make this recipe?Show us on Instagram! Tag @littleepicurean and hashtag #littleepicurean.