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I’m not very domestic, and I can’t cook. But I can make some tasty popsicles like nobody’s business.

Want to know how I made these? Write this down cause you don’t want to forget this popsicle recipe:

What you need
Popsicle molds
Fruit drink

Step 1: Pour your favorite fruit drink into the mold.

Step 2: Freeze.

I know it can be complicated trying to decide which flavor might work best and all. But they’ll all freeze just fine I promise. The kids will give you bonus points when you use these molds with the straws.

Here are more photos of our popsicle-making adventures on Tampico is Color.

How do you like my recipe? Should I do more like this?


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Candace says:

You should get a Zoku pop Maker. You will have Popsicles in 5min

You know, I was looking at those a few years back! I think I just might this summer! Thanks for reminding me about those.

James Oliver says:

Recipe? That’s funny.

Yea. I think I’m going to start a new 2-step recipe series. Got a problem with that Mr. Fancy Pants?

James Oliver says:

THAT is hilarious. You will kill it with your two-step recipes and probably get rich.

Well it doesn’t get much easier than that! We need to make these at home with the kids!

Joanne says:

We love making ice pops especially on hot summer days. Congratulations on your feature spot on the Tampico website!

carol anderson says:

i realize you are sponsored by Tampico, but you could do so much better for your children. You are giving them 1% juice and a whole lot of artificial sweeteners. I am not an expert, but I do know to steer away from “Punch”. You could just as easily open up a bottle of 100% juice with no added ingredients and pour into your molds. Or better yet, take some fresh fruit, put in a blender then pour into your popsicle molds.

Thanks mama! We love doing that too! Fruit smoothies are a favorite over here.

Chastity says:

I’m pretty sure I don’t look that adorable eating a popsicle:) Such a simple recipe – need to do this soon!

Sacha says:

I loved it, yes you should do more posts like this one. I l love Popsicle but I try to use different shape to make it look fun.

YOu are right that could not be easier. I need to invest in a good set of popsicle molds.

Rachee says:

I like simple and easy and this fits the bill. I’d like to find some molds so that I can try these at home. I have a teen but she loves popsicles and would love this.

Sheena says:

LOL! I had such a hard time calling my fruit leather a recipe with only 2 ingredients!

Kristina says:

Love it! I always need a easy dessert that doesn’t require a million ingredients!

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