I frequently find ways to make tasty and refreshing treats. Sometimes I just get a little tired of heavier or rich desserts and I want something lighter that doesn’t weigh be down. I’ve never made popsicles before, but was eager to try. I remember kids making popsicles back in the day and used little dixie cups with popsicles sticks or chopsticks propped inside as the pop froze. Those were always made with some sort of juice. Now, I’m looking for something a little more…upscale.
I’ve been using Lucky Leaf Premium Pie Fillings for my baking needs and was happy to discover their recipe for Frozen Pie Pops. A quick glance at the recipe and I knew it was something I could handle with ease – just throw everything into a blender and blend…
…pour into ice pop molds (or even small dixie cups) and freeze. The hard part is waiting for the pops to finally freeze up.
On request, I made some cherry frozen pie pops using Lucky Leaf Premium Cherry Pie Filling. My next batch will definitely be strawberry. These things are delicious, refreshing, and SO EASY to make.
Check your local grocery stores to see if they carry Lucky Leaf Premium Pie Filling – one of the best pie fillings I’ve ever used, whether it’s baking or making frozen pie pops!
Frozen Pie Pops Recipe
Fruit Frozen Pie Pops Recipe
- 1/2 21- oz. can Lucky Leaf Premium Pie Filling any flavor
- 1 cup milk
- 1/2 lemon squeezed
Mix all ingredients in a blender until smooth and pour blended mixture into ice pop molds.
Freeze at least 4 hours (best overnight).
Serve as ice pops.
Pour any remaining mixture into a freezable container and serve as frozen pie treat.
Remaining pie filling is great on pancakes or mixed into yogurt.
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