"This can be a tart strawberry smoothie or yummy frozen popsicle. Kids and adults enjoy this on hot summer days!! For smoothies just pour into glasses and drink!" — TONY7
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1 (12 ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate
1 (16 ounce) package
frozen sliced strawberries
I made one change and that was using lemon-lime soda instead of water. I made no other changes. I used dixie cups to make ice pops instead of popsicle molds. I just set the cups on a flat baking sheet, poured the ice pop liquid into the dixie cups 3/4's of the way up and let them firm up in the freezer before inserting the popsicle sticks. The kids and I love these. Super simple and really cheap to make.
These were yummy! We froze them in a popsicle maker set I got at the dollar store, and they tasted great. I thought of maybe stirring in some cool whip next time to make them "creamy" tasting but I don't know if they'd freeze hard. These were just the right sweet/tart taste. Thanks!
I'm always looking for short cuts with recipes and this one was no different. Don't make the same mistake I did on this one. I just threw EVERYthing into the blender at the same time. I ended up with alot of froth and the ingredients seperated in the popsicle molds. I only had 2 popsicle molds (8 popsicles total) and had tons of mix left over. I think the servings on this is quite a bit off. We ended up drinking the rest (which was also good) I personally thought they were a bit too tangy. I puckered my lips with the first bite. All the kids loved them so the recipe gets a 5 star!
this is deelish! i used raspberry lemonade and all the kids love it.
this was so good, we had leftover mix so i filled up some ice cube trays with it and put them in a glass of reg lemonade. very yummy
My daughter loves these! This recipe is the perfect base for any combination of frozen juice concentrate and fruit.
I think these are pretty good. They are a little more icy than I'd like--I guess I've gotten used to those whole fruit bars you can buy! But otherwise I like them. Bf thought they were too sour. I didn't, but I love sour. I had some mix leftover, so I put about 1/4 cup of sugar in the leftover and will freeze that to see if he likes that better. Thanks for the recipe!
DEEEELICIOUS! :) It's my go-to recipe for ice pops. Love them.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Strawberry Lemonade Ice Pops
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 79
** Calories from Fat: 1
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