Frozen Fruit Cups

"It is very safe to say that I am addicted to making fruit cups. We eat them every morning for breakfast, and I am constantly trying new combinations of fruit. This is my latest- my favorite so far."
photo by Izy Hossack photo by Izy Hossack
photo by Izy Hossack
photo by Izy Hossack photo by Izy Hossack
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photo by Nourished Homestead photo by Nourished Homestead
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Ready In:
16 1-cup servings




  • Combine all ingredients in a very large bowl.
  • Freeze in 1-cup increments.
  • Thaw slightly before serving, to a slushy consistency.

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  1. I love this recipe. It makes a LOT! I just take out a container, throw it in my lunch bag and have it either mid-morning or at lunch. It's slushy goodness. About to make another batch for the next couple of weeks. So good and easy. My store was out of the pineapple-orange concentrate, so I used pineapple-mango and I NEVER buy sweetened fruit (why do people add sugar to something that is already inherently sweet???), so my strawberries were unsweetened. But otherwise followed the recipe exactly. It's awesome!
  2. AWESOME! What a lifesaver these delicious and on-the-go little frozen cups have become for those hectic days when nutritional value is getting stretched in my family's diet! I use unsweetened strawberries, but it still tastes plenty sweet to my crew. Thanks for posting!
  3. Really delish, and really nice to have in the freezer to throw in a lunch. They soften quickly, I've found. Thanks so much for sharing your fruit combos!
  4. These are delicious! The recipe makes lots of fruit salad, which I froze for future use. Awesome!
  5. My 10 year old daughter declared this the best thing she's ever eaten, and she has a very mature palate. I found it to be one of the most fun things to make! I felt such satisfaction with my one-cup freezable containers stacked with this delicious mixture. Rather than pineapple-orange juice, I used 12 oz fruit punch concentrate and 12 oz orange juice concentrate. I also drained the mandarin oranges since I had already added extra juice. Turned out fantastic! Thank you!


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