These Strawberry Frozen Fruit Bars are just like Outshine Bars, only better because they are homemade and not many ingredients. They are one of our favorite treats in the summer to stay cool!
I love being able to control the ingredients in our homemade frozen fruit bars. And the kids love these delicious strawberry treats! Also try my Berry Swirl Popsicles.
With strawberries being at the peak of their season, it’s got me making all sorts of delicious treats! These Strawberry Frozen Fruit Bars are just one of many. Have you tried my Old Fashioned Strawberry Shortcake? Oh, that’s a good one too!
How to make Strawberry Frozen Fruit Bars:
Step 1: Add frozen strawberries, frozen strawberry puree, and water to the blender. Pulse to blend.
Step 2: Pour or scoop the strawberry puree evenly into the popsicle molds.
Step 3: Place the lid on the popsicle mold and insert the wooden craft sticks, about 2/3 down.
Isn’t this ice pop mold great?! I looked high and low in a local store for a really nice popsicle mold and couldn’t find one. So, I ordered this one on Amazon!!
I keep one to wash and one to use.
Step 4: Place the popsicle mold into the freezer to set, about 5 hours or overnight.
Step 5: Gently run warm water on the back of the popsicle mold to remove the popsicles.
Step 6: Place the popsicles on a metal baking pan lined with parchment paper and place back in the freezer to set up again.
Step 7: Once they are set up, place into individual plastic baggies or enjoy immediately.
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Strawberry Frozen Fruit Bars
Strawberry Frozen Fruit Bars are so simple to make and taste just like Outshine bars.
- 2 cups frozen strawberries, halves
- 1 (12 fl ounce) frozen strawberry puree or Daqueri mix
- 1/2 cup water
- 1 popsicle mold
- 10 wooden craft sticks
In a blender, pulse all of the the frozen strawberries, frozen strawberry puree, and water. Blend until mixed.
Scoop or pour the frozen strawberry mixture evenly into the ice pop mold.
Place the lid on and insert the wooden craft sticks, about 2/3 to 3/4 the way down.
Place in the freezer in a section that it can sit flat. Let freeze for 5 hours or overnight.
Remove the ice pop mold from the freezer. Gently run warm water on the backs of the ice pop mold and gently wiggle out each popsicle.
Place each popsicle on a small baking pan lined with parchment paper and place back in the freezer to firm up again. Once firm, package into small plastic baggies.
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