Pineapple Orange Banana Popsicles

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Ok, I know I already posted a recipe where I turned my favorite pineapple-orange-banana juice into a smoothie.  But I couldn’t resist one more recipe — pineapple orange banana popsicles!!!

Seriously, friends.  I know I’m admittedly obsessed with the pineapple-orange-banana combo.  But you need to make these.

Super delicious.

Perfect for breakfast, a snack, or a fruity dessert.

And just three delicious, fresh ingredients.

You will love them!!!

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Pineapple Orange Banana Popsicles

  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 10 popsicles 1x


You will fall in love with this Pineapple Orange Banana Popsicles recipe! These treats are tangy, sweet, and healthy!




  1. Pulse all ingredients together in a blender until smooth.
  2. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze until firm.


Pulse all ingredients together in a blender until smooth.

Pour into popsicle molds and freeze until firm.

These are also great when made with a teaspoon of grated fresh ginger!

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83 comments on “Pineapple Orange Banana Popsicles”

  1. Why have I never considered this flavor combination? I love them all separately, I’m sure I’d love them in a popsicle. Love!

  2. Perfect for summer. Love your photos too!

  3. I absolutely love the combination of fruits in here! It’s so tropical and summery. And best of all, I just bought popiscle molds from Crate&Barrel yesterday! :)

  4. Can you tell me what popsicle molds you use?

  5. Oh my goodness you are my juice soul mate! I too just got some fun Popsicle mold and now I absolutely have to try these!! Thanks again for the smoothie recipe ;).. I have to say it is now my son’s favorite breakfast!

    Have a great weekend.

  6. I just bought popsicle molds and I am excited to try this recipe out!

  7. These look great! I am obsessed with making popsicles here lately. I will have to add these to my list! :)

    I love your blog, so glad I came across it. I am definitely going to follow so I can keep up with your recipes. I recently started a cooking/baking blog – would love for you to stop by and subscribe. New blog friends are the best!

  8. i really need to get on the popsicle bandwagon. The flavor combos seem endless and just so deliciously refreshing!

  9. My little girls want to try these because…
    1. They are obsessed with the mango orange pineapple juice from Whole Foods. I’m sure if I added a banana they would be in like Flynn
    2. Because the popsicle molds look “just like the popsicles their friends get at the store”.

    So, please tell us….where did you find those “real” popsicle molds? Thanks Ali :)

    • I don’t know exactly what molds she used, but the Amazon link below takes you to the ones I use which are the same shape. I like them because they are easy to fill and use wooden sticks rather than the reusuable plastic ones that the kids tend to lose or bend. They are not inexpensive, but have held up well for me. Heres the link that you can cut and paste or search for “popsicle mold” and then look for Proressive International.

  10. I must make these. My Auggie will be one later this month — a perfect time to start loving popsicles (just like his mama does)!

  11. These would be so much better than the store bought, sugary variety. Love this combo of flavors too!

  12. I need to finish up my popsicles that I made in my molds so I can make these asap!

  13. Thanks for posting this recipe.


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  21. Try to make with 2 bananas instead of 3, the taste will be perfect, the pineapple, orange and banana taste just balance

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  29. These are the most yummy things in the world <3

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  40. This was the first thing I made with my new popsicle molds. They were perfect! I loved that they helped with my pregnancy sugar craving without adding any extra sugar.

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