Strawberry apricot popsicles

Over the summer, making popsicles happens probably at least twice a week. I always try to make them with fresh fruit and sometimes even sneak in some vegetables such as fresh spinach. This time around I just kept it simple and made these Strawberry apricot popsicles that were just plain sensational.

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These strawberry apricot popsicles have just 3 ingredients. The strawberries, apricots and Truvia’s new product, Truvia Nectar. I must say I am in love. The flavor of this nectar is more subtle than using straight honey so I think it blends really well with the fruit, plus the calories of this sweetener is not as high.

You can make endless variations when it comes to making popsicles. I actually own a couple of popsicle molds since I make them quite often. They are the perfect snack for the summer especially for kids.

I have also made boozy variations and those are even better if you know what I mean. Anything goes really!

On another note, is anyone going on vacation this summer? I am currently stuck in school until the middle of August at which time we have about 10 days brake that I can’t wait for. I love the fact that I am learning tons but I am really running out of gas. I am giving it my all so I hope I can get to the finish line. Will see how it goes!

Well, not much to elaborate in making popsicles. Popsicle molds are fairly inexpensive so invest some money on getting some, making your own popsicles is easy,  healthier and much more economical than store bought.


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Strawberry apricot popsicles

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 12 popsicles

Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 lb fresh strawberries
  • 1 lb apricots
  • 2 tbs Truvia Nectar, or honey


Place strawberries and 1 tablespoon of nectar in your blender and pulse until pureed. Fill half a you popsicle mold with the strawberry mixture.

Place apricots in the blender with 1 tablespoon of nectar and pulse until pureed. Fill each popsicle mold to the top and place popsicle sticks on each  and freeze for at least 4-6 hrs.

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  1. This sounds so good, looks beautiful. I still have yet to try overnight oats but after seeing this one, bookmarked and needs to happen soon!

  2. These sound delightful! And I love the colour :)

  3. OH my goodness! This looks heavenly! Pinned!

  4. They all look very beautiful and I am sure they taste wonderful too.

  5. Miryam, do you believe I’ve never tried overnight oats?!! But you’ve me inspired to make it! Gorgeous recipe ;-)

  6. I love the pretty pink color! These look yummy along with the coffee chocolate chia pudding!

  7. I have tries many overnight oats recipes and while they were good this recipe is TO DIE for!!!! I have now made it for the second week in a row and I make mine with organic blueberries (and I swear it tastes better than I could ever imagine!!) And my daughter who is 15 months I use mixed berries and she devours it!! This is THE best recipe!!!! Thank you we love it!

  8. This might be an odd question, but I’ve never made overnight oats before. Do you eat these cold the next day? Or do you heat them up? Thanks!

  9. What an easy and great idea for breakfast!

  10. This looks so fantastic. I love muesli and this looks like it might be easier to reproduce at home. Thanks for sharing. :)

  11. Looks delicious! Could I use regular milk instead of almond milk?

  12. I have never tried making overnight oats, but my girls love oatmeal in the morning. This recipe is going to be a wonderful surprise for them because. Thank you!

  13. This looks great, but I don’t think I have all my oats straight. Are rolled oats the same as “old fashioned” oats? And if not, can you used the “old-fashioned”? Thanks.

  14. Can you scale this down to one serving for me?

  15. Could I use coconut milk instead of almond milk? Or do you have another alternative that might work? I can’t do nuts or dairy. Thanks.

  16. i followed the instructions completely and mine looks way different and doesn’t taste that Good :( I’m going to have to retry because this looks amazing.

    • Sam, it is probably the maple in it.  I am not a fan of maple and strawberries.  Just omit the maple. It will still be sweet and wonderful!

  17. I just made these with my 3 year old and she wanted a bowl before we even put them in the fridge overnight. She ate all that I gave her and is excited for the morning. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  18. Would steel cut oats make this recipes any different?

  19. If you add a grated green apple to the mix, it’s even healthier and you won’t need the maple syrup as a sweetener

  20. Would steel cut oats work?

  21. I have used oat groats & even buckwheat groats instead of oats in my overnight oats recipes & I like the more chewy texture so steel cut should work…you just have to chew a bit more. :)

  22. Miriam these are actually heavenly! I made these last night…super quick and easy! use rice malt instead of maple as none left. my husband and I both chomped on them this morning….slightly warmed with a sprinkling of omega seeds and raw honey! Thank you for sharing xx

  23. Does it have to be a glass container?

  24. Is it okay to separate the recipe Into six different servings before putting it in the fridge overnight? 

  25. Absolutely the BEST overnight oats recipe I’ve ever tried!! I mean it is AWESOME!!!!! Thank you for sharing this!

  26. Just tried this for breakfast and we all loved it!! Great recipe!

  27. If you don’t have the glass bowl can u use plastic Tupperware cups

  28. Looks awesome! Do the frozen strawberries need to be thawed out before pureeing?

  29. Can i use quinoa instead of oats?

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