When the weather turns hot, I find myself craving something cold and refreshing. I freeze grapes and munch them by the bunch and find myself reaching into the smoothie drawer to pick out pieces of frozen fruit. I love making fresh juices and discovering new flavour combinations; and figured if it tastes good as a drink, it’ll work just as well as a cold pressed juiced popsicle.


These pineapple, strawberry, and ginger cold pressed popsicles contain just 3 ingredients. They’re made by putting the fruit through a juicer and pouring the juice into popsicle moulds until frozen. They’re the lolly version of a cold glass of juice and perfect as a cool down on a hot summer’s day. They have a big kick, thanks to a nice chunk of ginger which pairs perfectly with the sweet pineapple, and tart strawberry.


If you don’t have a juicer, you could probably take the ingredients and blend them, and pour that into a mould. It will come up more frozen smoothie-like but should work (although with this recipe I have not tried it, I use that method with these and they’re fantastic).


This summer, may we suggest turning your cold pressed juice into cold pressed juice popsicles. Best part is, they’ll last a lot longer frozen than in your fridge, which means you can make a stash and have for the entire summer.


Pineapple Strawberry Ginger Cold Pressed Juice Popsicles

3 ingredient cold-pressed juice popsicles made by juicing fruit and freezing it. No added sugars, just strawberries, pineapple and ginger. The perfect way to cool down this summer.
Course: Desserts, Snacks
Dietary: Dairy Free, Gluten Free, No Added Sugar, Nut Free, Refined Sugar Free, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wheat Free
Servings: 3 Popsicles depending on size of the mould


  • 1 medium pineapple peeled and chopped (bout 2 Cups chopped)
  • 10 strawberries washed and halved
  • 1 inch fresh ginger about a tablespoon

You will also need

  • juicer
  • popsicle mould
  • tongue depressors / popsicle sticks


  • Add the ingredients to a juicer and juice as per your juicer’s manual.
  • Pour the juice into popsicle moulds and freeze until frozen.
  • Remove and eat!


Pineapple Strawberry Ginger Cold Pressed Juice Popsicles

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