I grew up in Florida, so you would think I would be able to tolerate the Georgia heat. Yet, it’s mid July and I’m already dreaming of Fall weather. So what does a girl do to keep cool on a hot summer’s day? Eat popsicles, of course. Ice pops aren’t just for kids, especially these pretty multi striped popsicles. These homemade popsicles are lovely enough even to serve at your next party.
This recipe for multi stiped popsicles is easy to make and much cheaper than buying popsicles from the grocery store. Plus, they are much prettier than any ice pops that come out of a box. These little cuties pack a lot of great flavor!
Here’s to keeping cool this summer!
Multi Striped Popsicles
Small Paper Dixie Cups
Wooden Craft Sticks
Grape Flavored Powerade (Purple)
Polar Blast Hawaiian Punch (Blue)
Green Berry Rush Hawaiian Punch (Green)
Country Time Lemonade *Yellow)
Pour a layer of Grape Powerade into the bottom of a Dixie cup. You will use one cup for each popsicle.
Put in the freezer for about 30 minutes, until the layer has started to freeze, but isn’t quite solid. Remove from freezer and insert wooden craft sticks.
Return to freezer and freeze until layer is solid.
Add a layer of Blue Hawaiian Punch. Put in freezer until frozen solid. Time will depend on the thickness of the layer.
Add a layer layer of Green Hawaiian Punch and freeze until solid. Add a layer of lemonade as the final layer and freeze until solid.
Serve immediately! These popsicles are perfect for a hot summer day! They are so fun and colorful!
How are you keeping cool this summer?
Multi Striped Popsicles
- Small Paper Dixie Cups
- Wooden Craft Sticks
- Grape Flavored Powerade Purple
- Polar Blast Hawaiian Punch Blue
- Green Berry Rush Hawaiian Punch Green
- Country Time Lemonade *Yellow)
- Pour a layer of Grape Powerade into the bottom of a Dixie cup. You will use one cup for each popsicle.
- Put in the freezer for about 30 minutes, until the layer has started to freeze, but isn't quite solid. Remove from freezer and insert wooden craft sticks.
These are so fun! My kids will love making them. Thanks for the idea!
Dee Lafrenz says
I never thought of Hawaiian Punch for frozen pops. Thanks for the wonderful idea. Great for kids, but you know, my hubby just had his Appendix removed and these would have been great. He loves frozen pops. You can bet I will be making these this month. Even in the north, August gets pretty hot! Thanks so much!
Peggy Humbracht says
A recipe I’m going to try. You are right, popsicles are not only for kids!!!
These are so fun.Thank you for sharing this recipe with us.
Sarah Vegetabile says
These look tastey and fun! I think I will try this with the kids today!
rosa rogers says
It is too cold to make these right now but come the summer i will be making them with my granddaughters.
These are super fun to make, and you can make it in any different color combos and gradients styles. Love it and I’m sure my girl will love it too!
These are so nice, and so easy, too, with the Dixie cups!