3 Ingredient Strawberry Banana Popsicles

These healthy 3 ingredient strawberry banana popsicles are the perfect cool treat for a hot summer day. Sweet, fruity, creamy, and easy. They’re simple and delicious – just like any summer recipe should be!

strawberry banana popsicles with a bite taken from one

strawberry banana popsicles on a white serving tray

These healthy strawberry banana popsicles are summer on a stick. They’re a snap to make and just what the doctor ordered as the temperatures rise. You only need 3 healthful ingredients – strawberries, a frozen banana, and juice. Turn off that oven, crank up the AC, and let’s get popping. 

Tell Me About these Strawberry Banana Popsicles

  • Texture: Smooth and creamy.
  • Flavor: The popsicles are made with strawberries, a banana, and pineapple juice. You can really use any juice here such as apple, orange, or even cranberry. All you taste is sweet refreshing fruit!
  • Ease: Blend, pour, and freeze. That’s all we’re doing!
  • Time: 10 minutes to prep and 8 hours to freeze.

Video Tutorial


Choosing the Right Ingredients

  1. Frozen banana. I like to use a frozen banana because when you blend it up, it creates an ice cream-like base. (More than a regular, unfrozen banana would.) Simply peel a ripe banana, slice into chunks, and freeze. 
  2. Juice. My favorite juice for these pops is pineapple juice because it pairs wonderfully with the sweet strawberries and creamy banana. 
  3. Sweeten it up. Taste the mixture before freezing. If you prefer the popsicles to be sweeter, you can add a bit of honey. I usually don’t– if your strawberries and banana are ripe, the pops will be sweet.

What Popsicle Mold Do I Use?

Here’s the popsicle mold that I own. It’s durable, inexpensive, and dishwasher safe. If you don’t want to buy it online, I’ve seen these popsicle molds (and similar brands) at Target, Walmart, major grocery stores, and Bed Bath & Beyond. Any popsicle mold like that will work for this recipe.

Overview: How to Make Strawberry Banana Popsicles

The full printable recipe is below, but let’s walk through it so you understand each step before you get started.

  1. Blend. Blend all of the ingredients together on high speed until smooth. Scrape down the sides of the blender as needed.
  2. Pour into molds and freeze. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds and freeze for 8 hours.
  3. Remove popsicles. Run popsicle molds under warm water to easily remove.3 images of strawberry banana popsicle mixture in a blender and in popsicle molds and frozen popsicles

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3 Ingredient Strawberry Banana Popsicles

  • Author: Sally
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 8 hours, 10 minutes
  • Yield: 6 popsicles
  • Category: Frozen Desserts
  • Cuisine: American


Healthy strawberry banana popsicles made with only 3 ingredients. Beat the heat with a skinny treat this summer!


  • 1 large ripe banana, peeled, cut into chunks, & frozen
  • 12 large strawberries, sliced in half
  • 1/2 cup pineapple juice (or orange juice)


  1. Blend all of the ingredients together on high speed until smooth – about 2 minutes. Scrape down the sides of the blender as needed as you go.
  2. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds. If your popsicle mold has slots for sticks, you can insert them before freezing – if not, freeze for 2 hours, then put a wooden popsicle stick in the middle (that is what I did). Continue to freeze for an additional 6 hours or overnight – overnight is recommended for easy removal.
  3. Run popsicle molds under warm water to easily remove. Eat on a hot day. Enjoy!


  1. Sweetener: Taste the mixture before freezing. If you prefer the popsicles to be sweeter, you can add a bit of honey. If your strawberries and banana are ripe, you shouldn’t need additional sweetener.
  2. Here is the popsicle mold I use!

Keywords: strawberry banana popsicles


  1. Made these on Sunday and we had them last night for dessert. My daughters loved them! And so did the grown ups! This is a keeper for sure.

  2. I made these for my children last week pretty much straight after reading your post. We didn’t have pineapple juice at home so we went for orange juice, and these easy / quick treats were a hit with them all! Mel

  3. Maureen, frozen thawed drained strawberries will work here!

  4. Just made them! theyre so simple and delicious i wanted to eat the whole thing before they were even frozen hahaha. thank you!

  5. Could you use apple juice or almond milk instead???

    1. either work!

  6. Why do you need to pre freeze the bananas?

    1. Freezing then whipping bananas turns them into a silky smooth vanilla tasting ice-cream of sorts. Fantastic as a base for these popsicles.

  7. Rebecca Scott says:

    I found this three ingredient strawberry-banana popsicle recipe and thought perfect! I started looking around, I only had frozen strawberries and bananas…no juice. So I improvised and used original soymilk and agave nectar to sweeten it!! It turned out incredible! It’s ultra creamy and sweet, full of flavor! Simple is better.

  8. Hi Sally, i am gonna try these but wanted to know if i could use a couple fresh pineapple slices instead of the juice? would that b ok?

    and thanks for the recipes … been back here a few times using recipes that are healthy and yummy and family pleasing 🙂 

    1. I can’t see why not because the pineapples will let out so much juice when blended. You might need to add a little water to thin the mixture out. Let me know how they turn out.

  9. This recipe is a keeper! Our strawberries in April are not quite ripe and sweet yet, so I added some honey to the listed ingredients. We all loved it; thank you!

  10. Hello, thanks for sharing! I mentioned this post in my blog, check it out and let me know what you think. 🙂

    1. Thanks for the feature and I love the bucket list– especially that road trip!

  11. Hey there! I found your recipe on Pinterest and decided it was the very first one I was going to try with the new Popsicle molds I just bought to help keep our summer cool and tasty. 🙂 Thanks for sharing and I look forward to trying other recipes from your site! Blessings. 

  12. I love the look of your blog!  Thanks for sharing this recipe, I will pin this and make them this afternoon for my ice lolly loving 8 year old.  We live in the French Alps and summer has not quite hit us yet but it will any minute, so we will be prepared with lots of frozen ice lolly treats in the freezer.  Now summer had better hurry up or they may all be gone by the time it arrives 🙂

  13. Girl…you weren’t kidding about these being obnoxiously pink! So fabulous.

  14. These look great! Can I use frozen strawberries? I have two bags in the freezer and don’t know what to do with them!

    1. Frozen thawed & drained strawberries will work here!

  15. Is the juice required?

    1. To thin out the very thick mixture, yes.

  16. Sally, have you ever tried freeze-dried fruit in a popsicle? They work great in buttercream frosting and I’m curious to try them here. I might have to experiment. What’s the worst that could happen?

    1. I haven’t tried it!

  17. Amanda Chenault says:

    Hey!! I’m so excited to try this recipe. My daughter was just diagnosed with a dairy allergy so this is perfect. But I am curious, how long do the pops last once made? I’d love to use the recipe for her ball team’s last game but that’s 7 days away and was curious on how soon or far out to make them. 

  18. I also added some frozen peaches to this recipe. Kids loved them, me too!

  19. I had a bunch of frozen raspberries in my freezer from last year so I used your recipe and it turned out great!!

  20. And I just totaled it up for one large banana, 12 large strawberries and a half a cup of pineapple juice. Comes up 254 cal divided by six Popsicles equals 42 cal each! Wow that is wonderful

  21. I was wondering can you fresh peaches and freeze them in place of the bananas? I love strawberries and peaches. I was wondering can you use apple juice in place of the orange juice?

    1. Hi Donna, I think both substitutions would be great!

  22. Made these yesterday and they’re super tasty and refreshing! Kind of like a frozen smoothie. I’ll be making them again and I’m already thinking about other fruits to try in place of the strawberries!

  23. My 3 yr old saw the molds today and begged to make icies. We just whipped up a batch of these delicious treats. We can barely wait until they’re ready to eat. This is our second year using this recipe and we love it!

  24. Would frozen strawberries work ok? Thank you!

    1. Hi Cassie! Frozen thawed & drained strawberries will work here!

  25. This looks so delicious, but my boyfriend cannot have citrus. What do you suggest in place of the pineapple juice? Thanks

    1. Hi Glenda, You can use any other juice you would like, or even try using yogurt like I do in my blueberry popsicles!

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