Summertime is here! In my book that means lots and lots of ice pops. Whether you call them popsicles, frozen fruit on a stick, freezer pops or ice lollies, I guarantee that everyone in your house will call these Fruity Lemonade Ice Pops refreshing and delish. They’re a healthy way to stay hydrated when it’s hot, hot, hot outside and you want to give your crowd a unique treat.
They’re so yummy! I hope you love them!
Love them! They look great. Can’t wait to make them for my friends this summer with strawberries and blueberries. And my parents will love them too!
Love your creative foods!
[…] makes: 8 ice pops source: adapted from Weelicious […]
You should really be on the Food Network! I just love your site and your ideas! Thank You!
Yes, you can! I would put a layer of parchment paper between each pop, or wrap each one in parchment, just to make sure they don’t stick together!
I just purchased a popsicle mold that uses popsicle sticks. What I’m wondering is if I could take the frozen popsicles out, wrap them in parchment or something like that and just store them in a container…just like if I were to buy a box of premade treats from the store? My family goes through popsicles too quickly!
Well, its not exactally a “green” idea, but it is a good one. I find with Dixie cups tho, that it takes two with really wet items such as juices as they tend to leak.
If you don’t have the molds… be inventive.
Use paper cups / freeze halfway / insert craftsticks.
It works, and is a green idea vs plastic molds…
What a fun treat for summer!
It was great meeting you at BHF! I wish we could have chatted more. I hope we can meet up again…and soon!
A few years ago I’d have to pay someone for this inmorfation.
LOVE it! I need to get my hands on some popsicle molds. So great meeting you, let’s definitely stay in touch!
Just happened to have all these ingredients on hand! They are now in the freezer! My girls can’t wait to try them. We’re on to strawber-wee lemonade! My hands are burning from all the lemon squeezing!!!
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What brand molds did you use? I looked on amazon but couldn’t seem to find the ones you had on the video.
It was so much fun to meet you, too! I am obsessed with sweetopia! My kids would never leave your house if they came over and saw all the goodies in your kitchen.
Inspiring, Catherine! I’ll be making these for sure this summer!
Great meeting you at BlogHer Food btw! Really enjoyed your session. =)
loks great.. thanks for sharing…. 🙂 🙂 going to try this one over the summer.. 🙂
Yes you can, I just prefer the freshly squeezed goodness!
can i use store bought lemon juice vs fresh squeezed?