BOY OH BOY do I have a treat for you!!
Summer and popsicles go together like peanut butter and jelly. They just fit together perfect, right?
But what if you are bored with the usual store bought freeze pops? Perhaps you are looking for a little more excitement, something a little more hands on even! If so, keep on reading because you have found a fun, frugal, and fast recipe for Fresh n’ Fruity Freezer Pops your whole crew will love!! Gather the kids because they will want in on this action too!
Not only will your whole family have fun making these and enjoying the surprises in each and every bite, but you will love how cheap they are to whip up. Take a look!
Fresh n’ Fruity Freezer Pops
Total Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Set Time: 3-5 hours
- Instant lemonade mix (10 servings at local dollar store for $1.00)
- Assorted jelly fruit slices ($1.00 at local dollar store)
- Popsicle Molds (4 pack as shown, $1.00 at local dollar store)
- 12 oz. of water
- ½ cup of maraschino cherries ($1.00 at local dollar store)
- ½ cup of mandarin oranges ($1.00 at local dollar store)
- 1. Mix your lemonade mix with the 12 oz. of water. You can just use a single serve drink mix packet if you wish and you will have enough.
- 2. Fill your popsicle molds ½ way full. You want to leave space to add your other drop ins.
- 3. Chop the cherries, oranges, and candy slices into halves.
- 4. Drop in a few of each item into the liquid.
- 5. Once you top off each mold with more liquid, place the lids on securely.
- 6. Place in the freezer and leave for 3-5 hours until frozen solid.
- 7. Remove and enjoy these colorful and tasty treats! They are full of surprises!
How easy was that? These Fresh n’ Fruity Freezer Pops are full of colorful surprises, so easy to make, and only cost you pennies per serving. They are a fun spin on tradition freezer pops that will get your family excited for those hot summer days. Give these a try and see for yourself! Enjoy!
Please let me know what you think of these new FRUGAL BUT HEALTHY RECIPE IDEAS! I would love to hear your input! Do you have a favorite summer treat you would like to share?