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It's the season of colds and sore throats, lots of vitamin C. Made these for my grand children made their day. thanks for sharing.

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L DJ November 02, 2006

OMG, these popsicles were quick and easy! My husband loves to eat popsicles in the summer, but I don't like all the ingredients that are added to store-bought popsicles, even ones with real fruit. I found this recipe when searching for lime popsicles, as my husband loves lime, and decided to use it because he also loves pineapple and berries. I made them first thing in the morning. They're not even frozen yet, but I gave my husband some of the liquid to drink, and he said it was good! I liked it, too, and I usually don't even like pineapple, berries, or lime. I can only imagine what they'll be like when they're frozen!

I did make a few changes: I used a natural, non-caloric sweetener called Truvia ( http://www.truvia.com/ ), instead of sugar, as I'm trying to cut down on our sugar intake. I couldn't find any frozen fruit so I just bought fresh strawberries and raspberries and an entire fresh pineapple. I stuck the rasberries in the freezer last night so I'd have some frozen fruit to use. The pineapple looked so pretty on our table! It even inspired me to write a haiku: http://foodiscoveryblog.blogspot.com/2010/08/fruit-haiku.html

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Sarah Rivka bat Yocheved August 09, 2010
Whole Fruit Berry-Lime Popsicles