Tradewinds Unsweet Iced Tea Fruit Popsicles #MomentstoSavor
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Tradewinds. All opinions, as always, are 100% my own.
Summer is coming to a close and although you wouldn’t know it by the 90 degree temperatures we are having, so many things are changing around our home. We have a wedding in the planning stage and two of our girls started college. This mama is seeing my once full nest slowing emptying. This is one reason why I have been intentional about looking for moments to savor this summer with my family.
Meagan is our youngest daughter. She and I have been spending a lot of time together as she starts college and gets settled into the new routine. Personal responsibilities change so much when you are in college. I have enjoyed the extra time with her discussing the challenges she will face and how best to deal with the new pressures.
One of the ways we enjoy spending time together is in the kitchen. Meagan is quite an accomplished cook and loves creating new things for us to try. She is also very health conscious and always looks for ways to make things that are not only delicious but as healthy as possible.
Her Tradewinds Unsweet Iced Tea Fruit Popsicles are awesome! Delicious and easy to make too.
1 cup Tradewinds Unsweet Iced Tea
1 cup Fruit medley of your choice
Prepare your fruit by dicing super small or tossing in the food processor or blender until chunky
Spoon fruit blend into Popsicle molds, filling about half way full
Slowly pour Tradewinds Unsweet Iced Tea over the fruit in the molds – leave room to insert the stick
Insert stick/lid before placing in freezer for several hours or over night
To release mold, run under warm water for just a couple of minutes
Our favorite blend uses blueberries, strawberries, pineapples, and bananas. The combined sweetness of the fruit is just enough to lighten the sweetness of the unsweet iced tea without adding any additional sweeteners.
This is so simple to make and can be enjoyed all year. All of the ingredients are readily available. You can find Tradewinds Unsweet Iced Tea varieties at a store near you HERE or online at Amazon.
Sharing our love of cooking is one way we are finding moments to savor. I am so proud of her and am excited to see where life takes her as she begins her college studies.
How do you creating moments to savor with your crew?
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Dad W says
Fruit and tea would make amazing Popsicles!!
Jerry Marquardt says
I would definitely be interested in trying out the Tradewinds’ Popsicle. I think the Ice Tea flavor sounds very quenching.
Jill Myrick says
These look too yummy and my kids would love them. I think I will start by using strawberries and maybe next time peaches.
Wanda Bee says
These look beyond delicious! Yum! Yum! Yum!
Geri sandoval says
Summer over, put the kids still come home from school hot and want something cold and the Popsicle are going to be great. Thanks for the recipe.
Sarah L says
I would have liked a freezer full of these this summer.
Joy Venters says
I love tea, I love popsicles – great way to get 2 things I love
Cynthia R says
I’ve never thought of this, it’s amazing! Nice cold way to get some caffeine in you too!
These look so refreshing! 🙂
Judy Thomas says
I will have to try them! They look so delicious!
Great idea! These look yummy! I think my family would really like these.
Jeanne Coulombe says
These sound and look so yummy going to have to try them Thanks for the tip 🙂
denise low says
This looks great. Never thought of freezing this tea. Thank you for sharing.
James Robert says
I have to get some molds to make something like this and I love how easy to seems to be. I know my kids like sweet tea so think they will enjoy these.
These are look unique and different. I love trying new foods so this is on the top of my recipes!
Debra Holloway says
This look really good. I never thought of making these with unsweetened ice tea.
My mom is from the south and loves iced tea. I want her to try these!
Sara Zielinski says
These look amazing.
Traci U says
As much as i love drinking tea these sound so good.
Joy Allen says
Those look so yummy and refreshing. I’m sure my kids would enjoy!
That’s a great idea to make ice tea popcicles
judy sizemore says
I have to try these they look so good
What a great idea!
Jeanna Massman says
These look so refreshing! The tea flavor would provide a unique background for the fruit.
Debbie Welchert says
These look really good and what a great way to cool off. I wish I had this recipe earlier in the summer season so I could have been eating them sooner.
Terry Poage says
I have never thought to use tea for popcycles, thanks for sharing.
These Tradewinds Ice Tea Pops look so refreshing and delicious! Thanks for sharing, can’t wait to try them…perfect on a steamy hot day 🙂
Barrie MacLauchlin says
These look great. I’m making these the next time my mom visits. She loves tea and I think she’d love these!
Lyndsey r. says
What a great idea! I love Tradewinds Tea and popsicles really help me manage my sweet cravings!