DIY Frozen Fruit Pops Using Bolthouse Farms Juice

Do you love a good frozen pop to cool you down in the summer? This is something super easy you can try. BOLTHOUSE FARMS shipped us a sample of juices the other day along with ice molds. Inspired by the fresh fruits and vegetables in their juice, I picked up melons, mangos, green grapes, and blueberries. I tried to find fruits that taste great even when frozen. The children and I had fun making our own, and they were super easy from start to finish.

I cubed the mango and melons. I could have halved the grapes. We topped it off with either their Watermelon Mint Lemonade or their Green Goodness juice, put the tops on, and then froze them. Bolthouse Farms' Green Goodness had 3.75 servings of fruit per 15.2 fl oz bottles. It contains the juice of 1 Apple, 1/2 pineapple, 1 mango, 1/2 banana, 1/2 kiwi and other ingredients, but no added sugar. Their Watermelon Mint Lemonade does contain added sugar but it's 27% less than other leading brands. The molds made six frozen pops.

They were a hit! These make a refreshing treat on any day plus it's a fun way to serve fruits. Even the ones I made with Green Goodness tasted great with freshly frozen mangos! I want to try them with other Bolthouse Farm varieties now that I know how easy it is to make.  Other fruits I want to try next time is lychee and pineapple. For more information about their products, please visit their website here: