Popsicles without the sugar or HFCS

Power of Fruit natural popsiclesWith the weather getting warmer, the big treat around our house is popsicles. Sometimes we make our own and other times, I’ll splurge on the fruit juice-only ones from our supermarket, even though I know they’re loaded with sugar. But now I’ve found an awesome popsicle alternative with only 5g of sugar per serving that my kids actually love.

I was just whipping through my grocery store freezer section when I saw the Power of Fruit bars and decided to give them a try. They only contain fruit – that’s it. Nothing else. Seriously. Hence the super low sugar count. And guess what? They were a hit!

Now, if you’re looking for a super sweet treat, these low-sugar freezer pops might not kill that craving; think frozen fruit (which my kids happen to love as a snack) in bar form rather than an ice cream dessert. But as far as the kids are concerned, Power of Fruit bars are shaped like push pops, which makes them slightly neater and somehow much cooler than eating a handful of frozen blueberries. -Kristen

You can learn more about Power of Fruit bars and snag a $1 off coupon at their website, plus find a store close to you that carries them. I found mine at my local Publix here in Atlanta.

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3 Comments

  • Reply April 24, 2011

    scott

    Thanks so much for the kind words. We’re thrilled that your family enjoyed them!

    Regards,

    Your friends at The Power of Fruit

  • Reply April 25, 2011

    Andrea

    I was in the store the other day wondering why there wasn’t a product like this. I’m thrilled to see it exists! I’m not so thrilled to see it isn’t available in my area (Columbus, OH in case they would like to extend it to my area…hint, hint). I’ll look into ordering online. Thanks for the tip!

  • Reply April 28, 2011

    justaub

    thank you thank you thank you…been searching for an alternative to the sugar water freezer pops! i’ll look for these out here in texas

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