Red, White & Blue Frozen Fruit Puree Shooters

Cool down for the 4th! Red, White & Blue Frozen Fruit Puree Shooters filled with fresh fruit & a star of whipped cream! At littlemisscelebrationOn a hot, summer day, there’s nothing like a frozen treat to satisfy our sweet tooth and cool us down! I’m loving all of the fabulous, patriotic treats everyone has been sharing, so I had to make one! These red, white & blue frozen fruit puree shooters, filled with fresh fruit and a little star of whipped cream, were fun to make and totally fun to eat. The fact that we had these on the hottest day so far this season definitely gave us a lot of laughs, too! Everyone was ready with a spoon; plus I’m pretty darn sure I heard a few “Help me….I’m melting!” wisecracks in the background. :)

I’m going to say, right at the start, that this probably is not something you’d want to make for a big crowd. For your family or a small group, these are a great July 4th treat – or change up the fruit flavors and make them anytime over the summer. I think kids would get a total kick out of these!

Last week, I shared a Strawberry Orange Ginger Cooler and talked about making fruit puree, which is easy as apple pie! For these frozen fruit puree shooters, I went back to my silicon ice shooter mold.

Inspired by my favorite Easter egg, these Caramel Pecan Milkshake Shooters in Chocolate Cups are a creamy, sweet and totally fun treat for all our big and little bunnies!

First, I made strawberry puree and blueberry puree. For the white layer, I used Welch’s 100% White Grape Juice.

Once the purees were made, I spooned a layer of strawberry puree into the shooter molds and let it freeze overnight. Yes, I was a little messy and cleaned up the mold before I put it in the freezer! :)

Cool down for the 4th! Red, White & Blue Frozen Fruit Puree Shooters filled with fresh fruit & a star of whipped cream! At littlemisscelebration

Next, I added a layer of white grape juice and let that freeze; the juice froze more quickly than the puree. Last, I added a layer of blueberry puree and let that freeze overnight. I made another set, reversing the order, with the blueberry puree in the mold first and the strawberry on top. Whatever fruit you add last will be the bottom of your frozen fruit puree shooter cup.

Cool down for the 4th! Red, White & Blue Frozen Fruit Puree Shooters filled with fresh fruit & a star of whipped cream! At littlemisscelebration

Now, the challenge comes in unmolding the shooter cups! The fruit puree does not freeze as rock-solid as the juice. Very carefully push each individual cup out of the mold, actually turning the mold cavity inside out. Full disclosure here, of course, the puree in the very bottom of some of the cups broke off. Out of 12, I successfully unmolded 8 cups that were almost, but not quite, perfect. That’s not too bad, right?

Cool down for the 4th! Red, White & Blue Frozen Fruit Puree Shooters filled with fresh fruit & a star of whipped cream! At littlemisscelebration

If you make these and have “broken” fruit shooter cups, put the broken cups and pieces in a freezer bag. Don’t have a shooter mold? That’s totally ok! I’ll be sharing another super quick and easy way to enjoy frozen fruit puree next week – and for anyone who makes these shooters, you can use the broken pieces!

One you have your shooters unmolded, pop them back in the freezer. Slice some fresh strawberries and wash some blueberries. Fill the cups with sliced strawberries, blueberries and top it with a “star” of whipped cream. Even when they get melty and slushy, they are so good, refreshing and fun!

Cool down for the 4th! Red, White & Blue Frozen Fruit Puree Shooters filled with fresh fruit & a star of whipped cream! At littlemisscelebration

When I used the shooter mold to make these Caramel Pecan Milkshake Shooters and molded chocolate cups, one of my very kind and sweet readers loved the idea and decided to make dark chocolate cups to fill with chocolate mousse (such an awesome idea!) Unfortunately, she had a devil of a time unmolding those cups and we put our heads together to try and figure it out. I had no problems at all when I made mine, so I need to get the bottom of that! I’ll be trying to recreate those cups with the same dark chocolate candy melts soon, so we’ll see what happens.

What do you think of these frozen fruit puree shooters? Are you making any red, white & blue treats for the 4th?

I’m so happy you stopped by today! We’re expecting another scorcher around here today. Have a frozen treat and stay cool!

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  1. I love these, Lisa! What a fun and frosty treat for the 4th! :) Pinned & sharing.

  2. These shooters are so adorable Cindy! What a fun and festive treat and perfect for the 4th! Love these – pinning:)

  3. Red White and Blue Festive! Perfect for a hot summer day, So beautiful. Thanks for sharing at the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop this week. Featuring your shooters on FB page today! Blessings…Shari

  4. I totally need to get on board and make some frozen treats, Cindy! These are so fun and would be perfect for a hot FL day like today!! Pinned! xo

  5. These look fabulous and especially for a hot 4th of July! Thank you so much for sharing this fun recipe at Moonlight and Mason Jars!

  6. These look divine, Cindy!

  7. Cindy these are so cute! Thanks for linking up at Showcase Your Talent Thursday, I hope you have a great day :)

  8. What great patriotic little shooters! First of all, I have to get that mold! You may wind up on my Hit or Miss again because I love everything you create! Pinning to my 4th of July board!

  9. These are so beautiful, and look so refreshing, Cindy! I have GOT to get some popsicle molds — I’m missing out! :)

  10. These look so tasty and beautiful too! I can’t wait to see what you bring next week – this is pretty amazing. Thanks for linking up at Wonderful Wed Blog Hop. Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  11. These are absolutely adorable! Such a fun dessert! xx

    • Hi Consuelo! These were fun to make and fun to eat – though on a hot day, it was a race to finish them! :) Than you so much to visiting and I hope you have a fantastic weekend!

  12. I love making frozen fruit treats for the kids. This looks so festive. Thanks for sharing with Foodie Friends Friday’s 100th Party Celebration this week. Pinned/shared.


    • Hi Joanne! Thank you so much and congratulations to everyone at Foodie Friends Friday! Right in the middle of linking to the party, my internet went down and I didn’t know that the link went through! :) Thanks so much for the party and your kind visit – have a great weekend!

  13. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes says:

    So fun and festive, Cindy! I need to find one of those molds – I am totally digging your shooter recipes! :)

  14. These are just GORGEOUS! So summery and perfect for kids!

    • Hi Alessandra! These were fun to make and to eat, too! I’m definitely getting a lot of use out of my ice shooter mold – it does not have to be only for adults! Thanks so much for visiting and I hope you have a fantastic weekend!

  15. This is such a fun idea! It’s like a popsicle but better! So cute for the 4th… thanks for sharing, Cindy!

  16. Hi Cindy. Stopping by to let you know I featured your incredible recipe as one of my favorites in the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop. Congratulations! Come on by and check it out and link up another of your great recipes to share. (7pm EST)

  17. I’ve never seen something like this! Very different – and looks absolutely refreshing!

    • Hi Alicia! These were very refreshing and the ice shooter mold has turned out to be a lot of fun and very versatile. Thank you so much for visiting and hope you have a fabulous weekend!

  18. AWESOME idea, Cindy! I found your post from a link at An Extraordinary Day. It is already unbearably hot and muggy most days here in the Bluegrass and these would be a most welcome refresher!

    • Hi LuAnn! Thank you so much and it’s so sweet of you to visit from Diane! These were a lot of fun to make and very refreshing; I did make them on a very hot day and we had to race to eat them! :) Have a happy Saturday and a wonderful, relaxing weekend!

  19. These look so delicious, Cindy! Thanks so much for sharing at last week’s Project Inspire{d} ~ you are one of my features at tonight’s party ~ I hope you’ll join us again!


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