Green Juice Popsicles

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Green Juice Popsicles Recipe

Green juice, meet popsicles. Popsicles, meet green juice. Now that we’re all acquainted we can run through how to make this healthy hybrid.

Here’s what you won’t need to make green juice popsicles:

  1. A juicer
  2. Popsicle molds

Here’s what you will need to make green juice popsicles:

  1. A blender
  2. Glasses, paper cups and/or ice cube trays (essentially anything you can fashion into a popsicle mold)

Blend all of the ingredients in number 1, pour them into number 2 and then let the freezer work its magic. Before you know it, you’ll be swapping straws for sticks as you snack on healthy, homemade green juice popsicles.

Green Juice Popsicles Recipe

Green Juice Popsicles Recipe

Green Juice Popsicles Recipe

Green Juice Popsicles Recipe
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Green Juice Popsicles

Drink your juice and eat it, too, with this refreshing recipe for Green Juice Popsicles!
Author: Kelly Senyei
5 from 1 vote
Green Juice Popsicles Recipe
Prep Time 6 hours
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 6 hours
Servings 6 servings


  • 1 cup water
  • 2 1/2 cups kale
  • 2 green apples, cored
  • 1 cup diced pineapple
  • 1/2 cup parsley leaves
  • 1 medium cucumber, quartered
  • 2 celery stalks, roughly chopped
  • 2 Tablespoons lemon juice
  • 2 Tablespoons agave nectar or honey (optional)


  • Popsicle molds, glasses or ice cube trays; popsicle sticks


  • Add all of the ingredients into the blender jug in the order in which they are listed. Blend the ingredients on the highest level setting, such as “liquefy,” until the juice is well-blended. (It will be the consistency of a smoothie.)
  • Divide the mixture between the popsicle molds, filling them ¾ full. (See Kelly’s Notes.) Freeze the popsicles for 30 minutes to 1 hour, just until they are semi-firm. Insert the popsicle sticks and continue freezing the popsicles until they are frozen solid, at least 6 hours.
  • When ready to serve, run warm water over the exterior of the molds and carefully pull on the sticks to release the popsicles from the molds.

Kelly’s Notes:

  • If you prefer popsicles sans the pulp, strain the mixture through a fine mesh sieve before pouring the resulting green juice into the popsicle molds. The leftover pulp can be used in many other dishes, including quickbreads and veggie-flavored cream cheese.
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Calories: 70kcal, Carbohydrates: 16g, Protein: 2g, Sodium: 28mg, Potassium: 362mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 10g, Vitamin A: 3355IU, Vitamin C: 60.1mg, Calcium: 68mg, Iron: 1mg


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  1. I want to try these but i really hate parsley! what could I possibly sub for that? Something that wont ruin the taste!

  2. I use leftover juicer from my juicer to make these all the time. They are amazing and I love trying out different recipes. When I offer them to friends who haven’t tried them before they seem daunted to try them but they always end up enjoying them and ask me: “how do you make these, they’re really good”!

  3. How awesome are these, Kelly!! They caught my eye on Pinterest. I’m thinking about putting all my extra mint to use with your vibrant pops. Cheers!

  4. what an awesome idea! never though of using green juice as a flavour for popsicles.. definitely something i need to try. thanks!

  5. Kelly this is such a great idea. I love green smoothies but often can’t finish it all right away and then those leftovers placed in the frig don’t taste the same when I go back for more the next day. This solves that problem and how refreshing. Now I can have a healthy smoothie pop anytime I want.

    I think I’ll go out and pick up my favorite green smoothie ingredients and make some today. Thanks for the inspiration!

  6. Totally into these! I’m not completely on board with the green juice trend, but in popsicle form I could totally get into it! : )

  7. I have never thought of doing it, and you make me realize a) just how simple this idea is and b) I could get my daughters to eat all sorts of things they would normally push to the side of their plate this way! So brilliant Kelly.