Total Time
Prep 4 hrs
Cook 0 mins

A almost healthy popsicle, with a luscious purple color!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Puree all the ingredients and pour into small paper cups or popsicle molds.
  2. If using cups, when halfway frozen, stand a wooden stick or plastic spoon in the popsicle to make a handle.
  3. When frozen solid, unmold or peel away the paper to eat.


Most Helpful

Incredibly good! Sweet, creamy and... purple. Would be a great healthy treat for the kids, just use 100% grape juice concentrate, not grape juice cocktail concentrate. Recipe made 6 treats using my push up molds. I CANNOT believe this recipe has been here for more than four years without a review. Thanks for sharing, Mirj! UPDATE: I make this often, and last time just ran the mixture through the Cusiniart ice cream maker for a really yummy treat that's fairly healthy, too. Since my bananas are always overripe, I usually omit the sugar. Thanks, Mirj!

LonghornMama December 03, 2006

These were great! I loved the flavor of the banana and so did my kids! Honestly I didn't think they would like these because they love regular store bought ice pops so much but they loved them!

Andeey September 02, 2006

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