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Strawberries and lemon on a Turkish Towel

Picture this: Its Sunday, you're laying underneath the shade of the maple tree in your backyard, next to your little vegetable garden. The sun's light is flickering through the leaves on a hot, July afternoon. Tired from a combination of the heat, gardening and watching the kids play, giggling away chasing the grasshoppers in the hedges. The idea of cooling off with a sweet, refreshing popsicle at this point sounds mouthwatering, the perfect way to end your day... but what if I told you I could make that vision even better. 
A homemade, honey-sweetened popsicle recipe that you can make with the kids (because they'll be bound to love it too!)

Popsicle recipe with a Turkish Towel

Today I'll be revealing my SECRET healthy popsicle recipe. Whether you're trying to eat clean, or just being a bit more conscious about what you + the kids are consuming, these recipe's will give you the sweet relief you're craving... without the copious amount of added sugar. 

House of Jude popsicle recipe

Strawberry-Lemonade-Honey Popsicles:


1 cup sliced strawberries
1 cup lemon juice
1/2 cup honey
2 cups water
You'll also need:
Popsicle mold or ice cube tray + popsicle sticks


  • Squeeze lemons to make 1 cup of juice, set aside.
  • Bring honey + 1/2 cup water to a simmer. Stir for 2 minutes or until properly blended together. *You're essentially making what's known as the sugar-free version of a 'Simple Syrup', which normally consists of a mixture of water and granulated sugar. 
  • Next, blend 3/4 of a cup of the strawberries, then add honey water slowly. 
  • In a large bowl or pitcher, stir the remaining ingredients together, except the 1/4 cup of unblended strawberries.
  • Place the unblended strawberries at the bottom of the popsicle mold, then fill the mold with the juice mixture.
  • *If you have any remaining juice mixture, add some ice, some mint from the garden and enjoy cool refreshing drink*
  • Freeze, then enjoy!

 Click here to download + print out the recipe !

There you have it: my favourite homemade, healthy popsicle recipe to make with the kids, or just for yourself. Enjoy!


xo Kristina

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