These rainbow fruit pops look almost too good to eat....almost. Layered with frozen fruits, this is one tasty and healthy dessert recipe. The recipe calls for strawberries, kiwi and peaches, but you can use any fruits you like.
These frozen treats can keep you cool but not ruin your diet. By using a sugar substitute there are zero Weight Watchers Points as the fruits are freebies on all of the plans including the new FreeStyle SmartPoints.
If you are not a Weight Watchers member, then you will be glad to hear there are only 52 calories in this sweet treat. So you won't be blowing your diet. Make up a double batch to have some another day.
These take a bit of time to make but look so delicious when they are done. The layered frozen fruit makes this sweet treat a colorful display. Kids and adults will love to cool down this summer with these fruit pops.
Below are the list of ingredients, directions, recipe nutrition information and Weight Watchers points.
Prep Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: n/a
Nutrition facts shown below are per serving. The number of serving is noted in the header section below. The serving size is the first item noted on the nutrition facts table.
|Nutrition Per Serving
Number of Servings: 12
|Serving Size||1 Popsicle|
If you don't have a mold to make these rainbow fruit pops, use small paper cups to create this recipe. You can use any fruit you like without changing the WW Points.
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