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Stay Cool With 2-Ingredient Mickey Fruit Popsicles

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Mickey Fruit Popsicles are a fun way for your family to get their daily fruit intake this summer! They are also super easy to make—only requiring two ingredients. Add some yogurt and fruit of choice, and you have a healthy snack or dessert for everyone at your next summer party.

Image source: Joanne Lu | Disney Family

Scroll through to see how to create these refreshing treats.

For more Disney fun, check out these Mickey & Minnie Milkshakes:

Mickey Fruit Popsicles

Serves
4

Ingredients

  • FRUIT OF CHOICE:
  • 1/4 of a watermelon, sliced and cut into Mickey shapes
  • 1/2 a mango, peeled and cut into small star shapes
  • 1 kiwi, cut into small pieces
  • 1/4 Cup blueberries
  • YOGURT:
  • 3 Cups vanilla yogurt (or flavor of choice)
  • MATERIALS:
  • Mickey Template or cutter
  • Cardstock
  • Star cutter (like these)
  • Silicone popsicle molds (like these)
  • Popsicle sticks

Helpful Tip

All cutting should be done by an adult.

Directions

  1. Cut your fruit of choice into shapes. To make watermelon Mickeys, you can download and print our Mickey template and use as a stencil or use a small Mickey cutter. To make mango stars, use a food cutter. The kiwi can be cut into small triangles or cubes. Set fruit aside.

    Image source: Joanne Lu | Disney Family

  2. Add various fruit shapes to the bottom of the molds and spoon yogurt on top. Then, arrange a Mickey watermelon and fruits again on the top of the popsicles.

    Image source: Joanne Lu | Disney Family

  3. Insert a popsicle stick into each mold and let them set in the freezer for about 3 to 4 hours.

  4. Once the popsicles are frozen, remove them from the molds by popping them out of each tray. Enjoy!

    Image source: Joanne Lu | Disney Family

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