Total Time
Prep 7 mins
Cook 0 mins

I like this recipe because it is light, refreshing and tasty! My mum made it when I was little and she invented the recipe. I altered it a bit to fit, me being anorexic and all. Hope you enjoy!


  1. Puree the fruit.
  2. Whip up you cream (add honey or Splenda if you please).
  3. Mix the strawberries and whipped cream.
  4. Fill the mixture into Dixie cups.
  5. Insert popsicle sticks.
  6. Freeze overnight.
  7. When ready, pull our of cup and drizzle with low fat chocolate (if you desire.
  8. ENJOY!
Most Helpful

I just made these tonight, and I can not wait to try them tomorrow. I tasted the mixture before I froze it, and it seems like it will be delicious...And I hope that you are able to get some help with your anorexia very soon and that you recover!!

jenny_2020 April 29, 2010

Hi Lenka, I didn't actually try your recipe, but am responding to your posting. I am 21 years old and have been fighting anorexia/bulimia for over 10 years now. I also started at age 11. I know that cooking can easily become an obsession when you have an eating disorder. Please find someone you can trust to talk to. I have so much regret of the time/ food/energy I have wasted with this disorder. If you wanna talk you can email me- Best of luck and my prayers are with you.

Peachey June 04, 2009

so yummy. i did tweak this just a bit. I used 2 lbs. of strawberries i had left over with 3 cups of cool whip light, then added 1/4 cup of splenda to make it sweet enough for my liking, then used my popsicle molds. Made for PAC Spring 2009

ShortieNJ March 28, 2009