Rainbow Popsicles : Fruit Filled Popsicles of Every Color!

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Want to make some delicious fruit filled rainbow popsicles?

Summer is my all time favorite season. Plus, it’s ice cream season! (Well, to me, every season is ice cream season, but still…)

Summertime is also the perfect time popsicles! But do you want a better, healthier way of making popsicles? Check out our Rainbow fruit popsicles. Full of your healthy ingredients AND they are the prettiest looking set of popsicles ever!

fruit popsicles lines up on a tray in the colors of the rainbow.

What other kind of food can you get all the colors of the rainbow?! Fruits are all over the place when it comes to color, which makes these popsicles so perfect.

Pick out your favorite fruits to match the colors of the rainbow and we’ll show you how to make the perfect Summertime treats!

If you’re looking for another Rainbow treat, check out our fun Rainbow Donuts or Rainbow Bars.

rainbow popsicles made of fruit laid out in a circle.

What are the Rainbow Popsicles Made With?

These rainbow pops are made with your favorite fruits and coconut water or sparkling water! Depending on what you want the popsicle to taste like will make these look a bit more clear, or a bit more foggy.

First we tried the flavored sparkling water. Our popsicles turned out bright and beautiful. Then we tried coconut water and it seemed to be just about the same, maybe a tad bit clearer than frosted.

If you want a fun adult Summertime treat too, try this frozen fruit slush or these fun cocktail popsicles!

How do you make the rainbow popsicle blue?

For our blue color, we added a bit of jello mix, but just a splash! Since blueberries aren’t really BLUE, we tried to make the blue more colorful and actually paired it with green grapes.

bright rainbow fruit popsicles on plate of ice.

Then, we tried out coconut water which made our popsicles look a little less frosted and a bit more see-through looking, but not by much. When we did this set, we used the blueberries instead, and it made the popsicle look purple.

rainbow popsicles laid out in color order on plate of ice.

So if you’re going for the true rainbow and wanting a blue colored popsicle, then I’d stick with a little bit of jello mix or food coloring to get the color you want.

Want some fun colorful summertime ice cream recipes? Try this kool aid ice cream or our pink lemonade ice cream.

Tips for making your rainbow fruit popsicle:

A lot of popsicle molds will come with sticks, but if your molds do not, you can place a ziploc bag or Saran Wrap on top of the molds and pierce with a sharp knife to insert the wooden popsicle sticks in the middle. The plastic bag or plastic wrap can help keep the stick in place in the middle while it freezes overnight.

Want even more fruit in your diet? Try this high calorie fruit smoothie or do a detox smoothie.


-Coconut water


popsicle mold with fruit all around.


1. Want to add a bit of “fizz” to your popsicles? Add carbonated flavored water rather than coconut water

2. Want a pop of color? Add some colored jello into the fruit! Just a sprinkle will do!


The flavors are endless with these easy popsicles!

1. Add fruit into popsicles molds

2. Fill to the top with coconut water

3. Add popsicle sticks (most molds come with these). If your molds do not come with sticks, place a ziploc bag ontop of the molds and pierce with a sharp knife. Insert wooden popsicle sticks 

4. Freeze overnight

5. When you are ready to serve let the popsicles sitout for 10 minutes or run under warm water to loosen

rainbow popsicles in a circle laying on ice.
Rainbow popsicles on a plate of ice.
Rainbow Popsicles

Rainbow Popsicles

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Freeze Time: 12 hours
Total Time: 12 hours 10 minutes

A super fun way to eat your fruit, these rainbow popsicles just need colorful fruit and your favorite clear drink to make this beautiful treat!


  • -Coconut water or flavored Sparkling Water
  • -Fruit
  • Raspberries
  • Mango
  • Lemon
  • Kiwi
  • Blueberries
  • Grapes


    1. Add fruit into popsicles molds

    2. Fill to the top with coconut water

    3. Add popsicle sticks

    4. Freeze overnight

    5. When you are ready to serve let the popsicles sit
    out for 10 minutes or run under warm water to loosen

    6. Serve and Enjoy!

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 6 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 74Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 44mgCarbohydrates: 18gFiber: 3gSugar: 14gProtein: 1g

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