These fruit popsicles are easy to make, delicious and refreshing. The perfect summer treat for kids and adults.
These Paletas de Salpicón are very popular in Colombia. They are made with Salpicón a Colombian fruit cocktail made with diced fresh fruit and watermelon juice or Colombiana (Colombian soda).
Which Fruits Work Best for Fruit Popsicles
You can use pineapple, papaya, watermelon, mango, apple, banana, and seedless red grapes to make this fruit popsicles recipe. Feel free to use your favorite or seasonal fruits to make them and use orange juice if you prefer.
How Long Do I need to Freeze For?
If you don't have popsicles molds, use small glasses or small cups. To get the popsicle stick to stand upright cover the top withe plastic wrap and just insert the stick through. Freeze for about 4 hours or until firm.
How Do I Make My Popsicles Creamy?
These homemade fruit popsicles are the perfect treat for a hot summer day. They are refreshing, healthy and delicious. If you prefer a creamy version just add 1 cup of sweet condensed milk to the mixture.
To store these fruit popsicles in the freezer. Take the frozen popsicles out of the molds and wrap them with resealable plastic bags or place them in airtight plastic containers.
More Popsicles Recipes to Try:
Dulce de Leche and Coconut Popsicles
Coconut and Guava Paste Popsicles
Fruit Popsicles Recipe
- 3 cups assorted fresh fruit such as pineapple, papaya, watermelon, mango, apple, banana, and seedless red grapes, cut into bite size pieces.
- 3 cups watermelon orange or strawberry fresh juice.
- Place cut fruit in a large bowl, pour juice over fruit and stir.
- Pour the fruit and juice mixture into the molds.
- If using cups, you'll need to insert wooden popsicle sticks. Freeze for about 4 hours, or until firm.
Oh Im going to do this one.... I love salpicón!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
These looks so pretty and delicious Erica! Glad to see that you are back. I missed ya:)
I made and posted your coconut and guava paste popsicles. They were delicious. I loved the chunks of guava.
que hermosas paletas Erika, happy to see yu again! x gloria
Wow looks delicious! I love salpicon! Especially as a drink.
Se ven super. Como quedarian con un poquito de "Colombiana" mezclada con el jugo, ala "salpicon" clasico. Hmmm...me tocara hacer la prueba un dia de estos! 🙂
YUM! I love those colors!
First of all thank you for letting me be a guest on your wondeful blog. These paletas are so colorful and sound delicious. I enjoy a "Colombiana" any chance I get. Unfortunately, I have to go to New Jersey to get them.
I'm glad you're back and I hope you had a wonderful time! These fruit pops look delicious and refreshing!
Gera @ Sweets Foods Blog
Hope you've had a wonderful break and great sweet return! Love the paletas 🙂
Welcome Back! Can't Wait To Try This One, I've Made A Few Of Your Paletas, They Ate Awesome!
Delicious!!!! I must try them!
Thank you guys!!!!!
welcome back, erica, and with a very refreshing treat! i love the color. 🙂
Colorful and refreshing - what could be better than a popsicle you can chew? Lasts longer. 🙂
Welcome back, what a delicious sounding recipe, and perfect for the heat of summer, which we're now getting so I am now really tempted by all things cold.
YUM!!! You are awesome!! I love your inventive cooking style. I am definitely making these one day!
Oh my gosh - these are absolutely gorgeous! I would NOT be able to resist them. I don't think the kids would be able to, either.