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Looking for a fun and easy way to keep cool this summer? Look no further than homemade popsicles! With just a few simple ingredients, you can make these delicious frozen treats at home. Plus, they’re perfect for kids of all ages.
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Here are a few recipes to get you started. Be sure to share your favorite popsicle recipes with us in the comments below!
Yogurt/Milk Based Popsicles:
Fruit Based Popsicles:
- Watermelon Popsicles
- Red, White and Blue Popsicles
- Blueberry Cheesecake Popsicles
- Easy Frozen Bananas on a Stick
Fruit Juice/Liquid Based Popsicles:
- How To Make Lemonade Popsicles
- Starburst Popsicle Recipe
- Simply Lemonade Popsicles
- Shirley Temple Popsicles
- Apple Juice Popsicles
Adult Popsicles/Boozy Popsicles:
How To Make Popsicles Without Molds?
The next best thing to having a regular popsicle mold is using paper cups! On a baking sheet with a rim, arrange 10 paper cups. Distribute the popsicle liquid among the cups evenly. Place a piece of plastic wrap over each cup, and you might want to secure it in place with a rubber band. Popsicle sticks should be inserted through the plastic wrap’s middle and into the cup.
Favorite Homemade Popsicle Recipe Add-Ins
To boost the ante on these frozen treats, simply add more flavors! To help you get started creating your own variations, consider these ideas:
- Use lime or lemon juice to give the tastes more tang. These pair well with strawberry and raspberry-flavored Starburst packets.
- In place of water or lemon-lime soda, use Kool Aid. If you want a strong flavor, use the same kind of Kool Aid and jello. Otherwise, you can combine other flavors.
- Try adding Vanilla extract to give the sweetness a richer flavor. Vanilla goes well with cherry, strawberry, and peach flavors, in my opinion.
Things You Might Need To Make These Recipes:
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