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Aug 16, 2009

Berry – Cherry Pops – Super Healthy

Here is why I called these pops super healthy:

Strawberries – These are rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin K, manganese, folic acid, potassium, riboflavin, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, copper, magnesium, and omega-3 fatty acids. Strawberries are proved to cure certain cancers, rheumatism, and constipation. They help in removing harmful toxins from the blood.

Cherries - These are rich in Vitamins C and A. Helps in preventing heart diseases. They also help in relieving pain from arthritis and headaches. In recent studies, it was proven that cherries help in weight loss too as they are low in calories, low in fat and contain a high percentage of water.

Milk - Rich in Calcium that helps build stronger bones so that reducing the risk of osteoporosis. It helps to develop good immune system. Milk even proved to provide healthy teeth.

Flax Seed Powder – These are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, thus promoting bone health. They help reduce high blood pressure. Apart from these there are many fabulous health benefits of Flax Seeds. If interested to know more, please read here.


  • 3 cups Cherries, washed and deseeded
  • 1 cup Strawberries, washed
  • 2 cups Milk, fat free
  • 1 tbsp Flax Seed Powder


Blend cherries + strawberries until smooth. Add milk and flax seed powder and blend again.

Note: I didn’t add any sugar to this, so it wasn’t so sweet. If anyone wants too sweet a small amount of sugar can be added while blending.

Filter the contents to remove excess pulp. Pour into ice pop moulds and freeze until set (approx. 4 to 6 hours).

To unmold these pops, just place the mold in warm water for 2 seconds or place under running water from the tap. They come out easily after 2 seconds.

Enjoy these yummy, healthy popsicles on a hot summer day or whenever you wish.

As I used milk in this recipe, I am sending this to “Fall In Love – Milk”, hosted by Sanghi.

I am also sending this to "Cooking For Kids: Evening Snacks", hosted by Divya. This event is originally started by Sharmi of Neivedyam. Thanks for reminding me about the event Divya!!


Raks said... [Reply]

Thats a lovely looking pop and indeed a healthy one :)

Indian Khana said... [Reply]

Looks so gud..nice clicks

Mansi said... [Reply]

fruits and fat free milk...I love this...what a healthy way to finish off a meal!

Sum Raj said... [Reply]

lookd sooo good dear..

jayasree said... [Reply]

Pops look so inviting.. guilt free dessert to indulge in.

Subhie Arun said... [Reply]

looks gud...nice click

Shama Nagarajan said... [Reply]

lovely tempting one dear

Unknown said... [Reply]

Looks delicious & mouthwatering..

Shri said... [Reply]

Just what we need for Summer, Uma!They look so good.This reminds me that I should buy the pop molds.

Priya Suresh said... [Reply]

Refreshing pops Uma, nice click!

Sailaja Damodaran said... [Reply]

looks great....kids will love it for sure

ST said... [Reply]

Fabulous and healthy pop uma:)

Dori said... [Reply]

I love these, my mom use to make homemade Popsicle's when I was a kid :)

Anu Nandu said... [Reply]

Hi Uma,

Nice popsicles. I just made these too - but without the milk and just fresh fruits. Check it out here when you have time - http://www.mriganayani.com/2009/08/three-striped-popsicles.html

I will try soon with milk. Thanks.

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Nice treat for the hot summer here. Thanks for sharing. the rose flowers in your garden are inviting. Wish many more photos to come.
-Nature Lover

karuna said... [Reply]

looks yummy. Perfect for kids and adults

Usha said... [Reply]

Looks delicious, perfect for summer!

Unknown said... [Reply]

They look really healthy Uma. You could send this to Cooking For Kids:Evening snacks being hosted in my blog if you wish.

Sushma Mallya said... [Reply]

This one really looks good..kids will surely love it...And thanks for dropping by my blog...take care and keep in touch uma...

Unknown said... [Reply]

Wow.. coooool delight uma.. thanks for the lovely entry!

Srivalli said... [Reply]

how lovely uma..am sure kids will love this!

Unknown said... [Reply]

Wonderful addition of flax seed powder..very healthy for everyone..

Parita said... [Reply]

Hmm like the addition of flax seed powder, something new to me, looks all cute and yummy!

Prasukitchen.blogspot.com said... [Reply]

lovely pop dear.
pls stop by at my blog to collect ur award dear

Srilakshmi said... [Reply]

I'm not a big fan of any kind of Berrys but I wouldn't mind tasting anything as long as its served as a Pop! I must say, Cute Pics :-)

A_and_N said... [Reply]

I'd have never thought these will be healthy :D

raaji said... [Reply]

fun way of having homemade pops...sounds delicious

Unknown said... [Reply]

lovely pink colour..very tempting indeed..

Chitra said... [Reply]

wow, lovely!!mouthwatering :)

sangeeta said... [Reply]

never heard of flaxseed powder in pops.....nice and yum...

Arti agarwal said... [Reply]

cool pops

Purva Desai said... [Reply]

I am drooling over the pic.....kids must ve loved it...

Saritha said... [Reply]

Nice pops uma,u always come up with some innovative recipe,loved ur flower snaps :)

Vaishali said... [Reply]

Another delicious treat from you! Those berry pops would be a wonderful treat on a hot and humid day like today. The addition of flax seeds sounds unusual but really healthy too.

Renus Kitchen said... [Reply]

nice recipe and healthy too....I have never used flax seeds...looks like I should give a try to it....I have read soo much abt flax seeds...

Varsha Vipins said... [Reply]

wowow..I want one..They look supercool Uma...:)

Sanghi said... [Reply]

Hi dear. yummy entry! do collect the award from my blog. Also the FIL-brinjal roundup!

Savi-Ruchi said... [Reply]

what a tempting colored pop. I want to lick one now :)

♥Rosie♥ said... [Reply]

What great looking pops Uma and so healthy too! Oh and I adore your little pink bear :0)

Unknown said... [Reply]

nice info uma and very tempting too perfect for this UAE s hot weather looks yummmmmmmmmmm.

lubnakarim06 said... [Reply]

Oh wow...i always like these fruity pops.....cool and refreshing....love the way u make them....

Trupti said... [Reply]

fruits & fat free milk..yummy..healthy pops

TBC said... [Reply]

Must have been a delightful treat for the kids! :)

Shri said... [Reply]

Pls pick up your award from my blog:)

Priya Suresh said... [Reply]

Uma,pls collect some awards from my blog dear..

Lena Jayadev said... [Reply]

Uma..this snap is too tempting... :)
i loved ur fruit pops also...awesome click dear.. :)

sree said... [Reply]

My first time here....That's one AWESOME summer treat

Shama Nagarajan said... [Reply]

Please do check my blog for my First cooked food event....do participate in it

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