Get fizzy with it! Did you know you can use your favorite sparkling water as a popsicle base? This is a great option for adding a bit of bubbly fun to your frozen treats, if you’d prefer to avoid the added sugar found in sodas.
Using sparkling water in your pops is also an excellent way to let fresh fruit shine through! Today’s homemade popsicle recipe pairs strawberries and kiwi for a sweet and tangy combo that will appeal to kids and adults alike.
SPARKLING FRUIT POPS
SERVING SIZE: Makes 6 Classic Pops
2 kiwis (peeled and sliced)
1 cup strawberries, sliced
6 oz fruit essenced sparkling water (such as LaCroix)
1. Arrange fruit slices in ZOKU’s Classic Pop Molds. If needed, you can use chopsticks to neatly position the fruit.
2. Pour the sparkling water into each mold, stopping just below the fill line.
3. Place handles into the molds and freeze for 8 hours.
4. Remove your molds from the freezer and run them under warm water for a few seconds to help release your pops.
For another delicious homemade pop recipe, check out these mint julep popsicles!
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