Now that temperatures are hitting in the 90’s here in Chicago, it is definitely time to break out the popsicle molds and make some to cool off.
Nothing tastes better on these hot summer days than fresh-from-the-freezer homemade ice pops.
If you’re in a pinch, whatever juice you have on hand and a dixie paper cup will do the trick.
Just label your popsicle stick when you display them so everyone knows the flavor.
I love making popsicles because there are so many options to try and they’re so simple.
So I thought I’d share some with you.
To start with, I’m a chocolate girl and this creamy fudgsicle is mighty nice.
My daughter Kate loves Kiwi so I have to have this one for her.
This yummy Orange-Banana Smoothie Pop is one of my favorites and the molds are so fun!
If you want to wow the kids, how about trying the rainbow popsicle. Takes a little more time but it’s worth it.
I love this last one.
The Confetti Ice Cream Pops.
Beneath the confetti-candy covering of these ice cream pops lies a fun surprise.
A soft-in -the-center miniature candy bar on a Popsicle stick.
How COOL is that?