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PJ Masks popsicles
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5 from 6 votes

PJ Masks inspired popsicles

Parents of kids all shout hooray, these PJ Masks inspired popsicles are here to save the day! In three fun fruit flavours, Gekko Grape, Catboy blue lemonade and Owlet raspberry strawberry!
Prep Time15 mins
Plus freezing time12 hrs
Total Time12 hrs 15 mins
Course: Dessert, party food, Snack
Cuisine: Australian
Keyword: blue lemonade, Catboy, easy, Geko, icy block, icy lollie, icy pole, kids party food, Owlet, paleta, PJ Masks, popsicle, raspberry, strawberry
Servings: 12 popsicles 3.4oz (100ml) each

Equipment

  • popsicle moulds and sticks
  • Immersion blender with a chopping bowl attachment or food processor

Ingredients

Owlet popsicles

  • 2 cups (9 oz or 250gms) fresh strawberries
  • 1 ½ cups (6oz or 175gms) fresh or frozen raspberries
  • 2 tablespoons castor sugar *optional

Gekko popsicles

  • 2 ½ cups (14 oz or 400gms) green grapes
  • 8 drops green food colouring *optional, you could use spinach juice instead

Catboy popsicles

  • 6 table spoons freshly squesed lemon juice
  • 3 table spoons castor sugar
  • 8 - 10 drops blue food colouring *optional, you could use a natural colour such as blue spirulina instead

Instructions

Owlet popsicles

  • Hull strawberries and cut in half
  • Add strawberries, raspberries and sugar to the chopping bowl of an immersion blender or food processor and blend until smooth.
  • Pour into popsicle moulds, add sticks and freeze over night.

Gekko popsicles

  • Add grapes to the chopping bowl of an immersion blender or food processor and blend until smooth. Add several drops of green food colour until desired brightness of green is achieved.
  • Pour into popsicle moulds, add sticks and freeze over night.

Cat boy popsicles

  • Juice lemons, strain lemon juice and add to a large jug
  • Add sugar and top up water to 1 and ½ cups plus 2 tablespoons (400ml), stir well until sugar dissolves
  • Add several drops of blue food colour until desired brightness of blue is achieved.
  • Pour into popsicle moulds, add sticks and freeze over night.

Notes

I used regular food colouring to give these popsicles extra colour pop!
The Owlet popsicles didn't need any food colouring, they were already a beautiful bright red.  If you prefer more natural coloured popsicles you could try juicing some spinach for the Gekko pops and some blue spirulina for the Catboy popsicles.