Fresh Fruit Lollipops!

We’d like to share a very simple and special way to enjoy a healthy party treat!

These fresh fruit lollipops are so simple to make, and make a very special presentation on your table – a bold, beautiful splash of color!   The best thing about these good-for-you lollipops is that they put BIG smiles on the kids faces (and that’s contagious!)  Just watch how fast they disappear, and how much fun everyone has eating them.  We love them for parties and holiday celebrations, or any day you want to make a little more special.

Fresh Fruit Lollipops

Ingredients

  • Lollipop sticks
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Green and red grapes, rinsed and dried
  • Pineapple, cubed
  • Watermelon, cubed
  • Strawberries, cleaned and hulled

Instructions

  • Create Grape Lollipops by inserting lollipop sticks into end of grapes. Create Assorted Fruit Lollipops inserting popsicle sticks into cubed fruit. So simple, so cute, so easy for the kids to eat!

 

11 Responses to Fresh Fruit Lollipops!

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  2. I love these, and kids would find them unique and cool. I will have to try these. Thanks!

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  3. I knew that’s what you meant Shane 😀

    Love the frozen grapes idea Andrea, just have to be careful with little ones that could choke. Grapes scare me – I’d always cut them in half when the boys were little.

  4. This is such a simple thikng but it is totally fun. My mom has been doing this forever and it just makes eating healthy more fun for the kids. She would stick a little toothpick into tiny pieces of cooked carrots and my kids would eat it…well most of them anyway. 🙂

  5. I want these now! On vacation recently, the hotel brought frozen grapes on long toothpicks which were also amazing!

    great idea Dawn!

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