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Mama’s Kitchen: Juice Ice Pops

juice ice pops

One of my fondest childhood memories was making ice pops.  It was super easy and not a big deal at all but on hot summer days there’s no better refreshment than a juice ice pop.  Not only are they delicious but they are so much better for you than those unnaturally neon ice pops that come in plastic tube wrappers.

Making juice pops is a fun way to get kids in the kitchen and give them a healthy snack.  All you need is an ice pop mold and juice, or even homemade lemonade.  If you want to get crazy you can make a rainbow ice pop using more than one juice.  The key to making rainbow pops is to go layer by layer.  Pour in the first layer, let it freeze and then pour the next layer and freeze.  Repeat until the mold is full.  For my rainbow pops I used pomegranate juice, tangerine juice and pineapple juice.  Enjoy!

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One Response to “Mama’s Kitchen: Juice Ice Pops”

  1. Jessica says:

    It’s too cold for ice pops in SF :(


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