Sugar-free rainbow popsicles - The Sugar-Free Baker
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I love it when I make a recipe that’s actually super, super healthy. There’s no denying that even when baking sugar-free, you’ve still got to worry about butter, flour, chocolate and a whole bunch of other ingredients that aren’t magically turned healthier when you remove the sugar. Having that said, cutting out the white stuff does severely improve the effect of the cake, dessert or candy on your body, regardless of the other ingredients.

 

But these rainbow popsicles really are properly healthy treats. They’re full of delicious fruit, contain almost no sugar substitute (and even that one is packed with fibre), and are really easy to make. If you want to shorten the prep time, just make different-coloured popsicles, rather than spending time freezing the individual layers bit by bit. The satisfaction of pulling a beautiful rainbow popsicle out of it’s mould was definitely well worth the time for me, though.

 

 

Ingredients (for 8 rainbow popsicles of 110 ml/3.4 oz.)

Red layer

2 tablespoons of FiberSirup Clear

60 ml or ¼ cup of water

95 grams or 3.35 oz. of strawberries

 

Orange layer

2 tablespoons of FiberSirup Clear

60 ml or ¼ cup of water

100 grams or 3.5 oz. of mango

 

Yellow layer

2 tablespoons of FiberSirup Clear

60 ml or ¼ cup of water

95 grams or 3.35 oz. of pineapple

 

Green layer

2 tablespoons of FiberSirup Clear

60 ml or ¼ cup of water

100 grams or 3.5 oz. of kiwifruit

4-5 spinach leaves (for colour)

 

Blue layer

2 tablespoons of FiberSirup Clear

60 ml or ¼ cup of water

100 grams or 3.5 oz. of blueberries

Blue food colouring (I used Royal Blue from Wilton)

 

Purple layer

2 tablespoons of FiberSirup Clear

60 ml or ¼ cup of water

100 grams or 3.5 oz. of blackberries

 

Method

Blend FiberSirup Clear, water and strawberries together to a smooth, even popsicle base. Repeat with the remaining layers.

 

 

Fill your popsicle moulds 1/6 of the way up with the red layer base. Freeze for approximately 30 minutes. Add in the orange layer base to fill the popsicle mould another 1/6 of the way up. Repeat with the remaining layers.

 

 

I only pushed in the popsicle handle starting from the yellow layer. This is to avoid as much mixing as possible in the rainbow popsicles.

 

Sugar-free rainbow popsicles - The Sugar-Free Baker

 

Freeze the rainbow popsicles overnight. These things are great to make with kids – and you can enjoy them completely guilt-free; they’re packed full of vitamins, fibre and antioxidants 🙂

 

Sugar-free rainbow popsicles - The Sugar-Free Baker

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