Canadian Flag Popsicles

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Looking for delicious and patriotic snacks for a Canada Day party? These Canadian Flag Popsicles made with fresh strawberries and a cream cheese filling are the perfect sweet treat to serve at a Canada Day BBQ. 

I am from Canada and I love making Canadian themed food. When I found a cute mini maple leaf cookie cutter at our local kitchen store, my head filled with all kinds of fun food creations I could make with it. One of the ideas I envisioned making were these uniquely Canadian ice pops. I am thrilled with how cute and delicious they turned out.

Canadian Flag Popsicles

I chose to use fresh, pureed strawberries for the red part of the flag and a vanilla cream cheese mixture for the white part of the flag. For the maple leaf, I used a thin slice of strawberry cut out with my new cookie cutter. They were absolutely luscious and were so much fun to make.

I am happy with the results of my first trial run, so I am going to make a whole bunch of these Canadian Flag Popsicles for our Canada Day celebrations along with a few more fun treats that I have up my sleeve.

Canadian Flag Popsicles

I made these Canadian Flag Popsicles in our Zoku Quick Pop Maker, using the Fruit Wand and Siphon tool from the Zoku Quick Pop Tools. To make the popsicle mixtures, I used my Magic Bullet Blender which is perfect for making more than one flavor because it has multiple containers. For the maple leaf shape, I used a mini maple leaf cookie cutter.

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