Summertime calls for Kiwi Strawberry Popsicles. This is an easy 3 ingredient popsicle recipe that kids and adults will LOVE!Five kiwi strawberry popsicles on top of a pile of ice cubes.

This week is popsicle week on Salt & Baker! And I’m so excited about it! I’m going to do this every summer from here on out because popsicles/ice cream are a summer staple.

Kiwi strawberry is such a delicious flavor combo. It’s perfect for summer! It’s a bit basic but it just works; kind of like chocolate + peanut butter (hello chocolate peanut butter no-bake cookies!!!)

But it’s summer and it’s RIDICULOUSLY hot outside, we just moved to Texas, so our dessert of choice is something in the frozen category! So we’re eating Oreo ice cream cake and homemade vanilla ice cream like our life depends on it. 

To keep things a *tad* healthier around here, I made popsicles with some leftover strawberries. I don’t know about you, but we love strawberries at our house.

I had a few laying around so that’s how these popsicles came to be.

If you’re like me and you’re looking for delicious ways to use up fresh strawberries, I’ve got you covered. A few of my favorite recipes include: strawberry kiwi lemonade, strawberry mocktail, greek yogurt fruit bites, and angel food cake.

A hand holding a kiwi strawberry popsicle.

Why you’ll love this fresh fruit popsicle recipe

I mentioned above that this requires only 3 simple ingredients:

  1. Strawberries
  2. Kiwis
  3. 7-Up (or Sprite)

With only 10 minutes of prep time, merely slicing the fruit, these popsicles will be in the freezer and ready to be eaten within a few hours.

Popsicle molds filled with sliced kiwis and sliced strawberries.

How to make Kiwi Strawberry Popsicles

Place the sliced fruit into the popsicle molds. I filled mine full, almost to the top of the molds.

Pour the 7-Up into each popsicle mold compartment.

Popsicle mold full of sliced kiwis and strawberries and fizzy 7-Up.

Place the cover over the mold (this part may vary depending on the popsicle mold you’re using). Here is a link to the one I used (affiliate).

Place the popsicle sticks into the molds; you might have to finagle the stick amongst the fruit to get the stick in.

Freeze for 6 hours or overnight.

Pro tip: Don’t overfill the molds. Keep about 2mm of space from the liquid to the top of the mold.

A popsicle mold full of sliced kiwis, strawberries, and 7-up.

Once the popsicles are fully frozen, remove the popsicle mold from the freezer and run the bottom of the mold under some warm water. Do this for 5 seconds is all.

This step ensures the popsicles will come out of their molds easily.

Kiwi strawberry popsicles sitting on a pile of frozen ice cubes.

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Kiwi strawberry popsicles sitting on a pile of frozen ice cubes.
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5 from 2 votes

Kiwi Strawberry Popsicles

These popsicles require only 3 simple ingredients. They're easy to make and kids love them!
prep time 10 mins
Freeze Time 6 hrs
total time 6 hrs 10 mins
servings: 6 popsicles
calories: 42kcal
author: Whitney

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup strawberries thinly sliced
  • 1 cup kiwis thinly sliced
  • 1 cup 7-Up Soda

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Fill the popsciles molds with the fruit.
  • Pour the 7-Up into the molds until *almost* full, but not quite. Leave about 2-3mm of space from the top.
  • Place popsicle sticks into the popsicle mold. Freeze for 6 hours or overnight.
  • Gently warm water over the bottoms of the popsicle mold to help loosen the popsicles.
  • Remove popsicles from the molds and enjoy.
Calories: 42kcal | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 5mg | Potassium: 129mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 8g | Vitamin A: 25IU | Vitamin C: 41.5mg | Calcium: 14mg | Iron: 0.2mg
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
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