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Rainbow Pops Recipe

Rainbow pops

Credit: Georgia Harding

These are one of the simplest and most creative ice-blocks your kids can make themselves. Kids of any age can make them. You can cut the fruit so they can design their own ice-blocks, or older kids can both cut the fruit and make them.

Serves: 4



  • Berries (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, mulberries)
  • Melon (watermelon, paw paw, honeydew, rockmelon)
  • Kiwifruit
  • Passionfruit
  • Banana
  • Grapes
  • Pineapple
  • Coconut water or kombucha
  1. Get your kids to arrange the fruit in the moulds. My kids often like to cut shapes into the fruit and they attempt to make patterns and special designs. Make sure there's enough fruit in the mould so when filled with coconut water or kombucha it won't float to the top.
  2. Once they are happy with their design, insert popsicle sticks and fill mould with either coconut water or kombucha. Freeze and enjoy.


Georgia Harding

Georgia Harding is a naturopath with almost 20 years experience, a mother and a passionate health educator. After many years consulting in a busy practice, lecturing in natural medicine and sharing her knowledge on talkback radio, Georgia decided to reach out and share her passion for holistic health by developing her blog, Well Nourished.
On her website, she shares fad-free health advice and intolerance/allergy-friendly recipes to inspire people to live happy, healthy lives and create delicious food memories.

Georgia’s ebook Rise and Shine: A Well Nourished Breakfast will inspire and guide you to prepare the most important meal of the day in just minutes. Her latest ebook The Well Nourished Lunch Box contains over 50 nut-free, allergy-friendly wholefood sweet and savoury snacks, lunches and meals to inspire you to pack a nourishing lunch box that your kids will love to eat and you will love to make.