4th July Ice Pops

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Here is a 4th of July treat everyone will enjoy.  Yeah for the red, white and blue.  Make these ice pops ahead of time and when the little kids (or big kids) want a treat, pull these out.  Everyone will be impressed.

Don’t worry if you don’t have ice pop molds.  You can use plastic or paper cups with a wooden craft stick stuck in the middle.  Come on, you know these would be perfect for the 4th of July coming up.

Needed:  ice pop molds or 5 ounce paper cups and wooden craft stick
1 cup whipped cream
1 cup vanilla yogurt
2 cups red kool-aid or red drink
2 cups blue kool-aid or blue drink

Pour your molds or cups 1/4 way full with blue kool-aid,  Freeze until partially frozen.  Mix together the whipped cream and vanilla yogurt.  Divide the mixture into your molds or cups and freeze until partially frozen.  If using paper cup add your wooden craft stick and return to freezer.  Next add your red kool-aid and freeze completely.

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Here are my 4th July Pops all ready and waiting.  Who am I kidding, these will be gone before the 4th.  Good thing they are quick and easy to make.  Excuse me while I go enjoy an ice pop.

66 thoughts on “4th July Ice Pops

  1. Oh my goodness! This beautiful 4th of July recipe is a flashback to my childhood. When school was out and summertime began, my mother would make us kids homemade ice pops. Thank you so much for bringing back wonderful memories of times gone by. I’ll need to try your recipe pronto!

  2. These pops are so fun and holiday appropriate! I always loved the firecracker pops that look similar, but an at home twist to a old time favorite is perfect for holiday parties!

  3. These are very fun! My favorite popsicles were always Rocket Pops and these remind me of them. I’ll just need to figure out how to make them dairy-free but pretty sure it can be done!

  4. Such a fun treat for the hot summer days. Thanks for sharing with us at Family Joy Blog Link Up Party!

  5. These look fabulous! My daughter would love them for sure. Me too, actually! It’s a sweet treat without tons of calories.

  6. This is exactly what I was looking for, for Memorial day! I have a couple of kids over and I wanted to give them something fun to eat. Cannot wait to try these.

  7. These ice pops are so cute and perfect for the hot weather in the summer! I bet my toddler would like to help me make these!

  8. These are the cutest ice pops ever! My kids would love to make these ones this weekend or maybe for Memorial day!

  9. Such a cute idea for Memorial day and for the 4th of July! I will make these for the little nephews and nieces. I can just imagine the smiles on their faces!

  10. These are so fun! i didn’t realize making ice pops was so simple. Might need to make these for 4th of July

  11. I am making this for the weekend. My little grandkids will be coming over for a visit and I have to keep those little tummies happy. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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