Two of summer’s best treats combine in this recipe for lemonade fruit popsicles! These dairy free ice pops are a great way to beat the heat!
Last week we were hit with a summer cold/cough/fever/virus. Both boys got it, and it was awful. It’s no fun to be sick when it’s summertime, that’s for sure.
I really felt like I was in the wrong routine when I was making chicken soup and garlic lemonade. That’s not the norm for when it’s 95 degrees outside. Both boys are on the mend now, thankfully, so I hope we’ll be back on track with fun summer activities soon!
These popsicles are just the thing for a hot July day, whether you’re sick or healthy. If you’re sick, they’ll soothe a sore throat, and if you’re healthy, they’re a great way to cool off. They couldn’t be any easier to make, just lemonade and frozen or fresh fruit. Use whatever combination you like! I used raspberries, blueberries, and pineapple.
These lemonade fruit popsicles can be customized. Try:
- using limeade or another fruit juice
- using different berries
- adding melon chunks
You could even use limeade or another juice for these if you want to – but I love the classic summer taste of lemonade in this recipe – so refreshing! The measurements in the recipe will make eight lemonade fruit popsicles, but depending on the size of your popsicle mold, you may need more or less of the ingredients.
Lemonade Fruit Popsicles.
- 2-3 cups lemonade
- 1/2 cup raspberries
- 1/2 cup pineapple chunks
- 1/2 cup blueberries
Drop the fruit into the popsicle molds in your desired order.
Fill popsicle molds with lemonade and insert sticks.
Freeze for 6-8 hours.
You can use fresh or frozen fruit, and whatever variety you have on hand. Be creative!