When we read the ingredients in Fla-Vor-Ice, we started making our own homemade ice pops instead - and we'll never go back! They're so easy to make with 100% fruit and cost just 10¢ each! :: DontWastetheCrumbs.com
Healthy watermelon strawberry ice pops with no refined sugars. So delicious and refreshing on a hot day. The kids loved them! | freeze pops | popsicles
Freeze Pops!! My fave flavors were the pink, (not shown) red, and blue.
Mint Chocolate Chip Greek Yoghurt Popsicles | marshasbakingaddiction.com @marshasbakeblog
Use a freeze pop, or 'flavor ice,' as ice for campfire drink coolers.
We love making and eating homemade ice pops in my house. My kids can't get enough of this classic summer treat which is why I love making my own ice pops with fresh fruit and juice. Check out these 30+ ice pop recipes for inspiration!
We've taken it upon ourselves to make your childhood freeze pops bigger and better this summer. Made with blue Hawaiian Punch, rum, lemon-lime soda, and blueberries, these blue freeze pops are waiting to be fought over, just like old times.
Looking for creative, nutritious ideas for a post-game snack? Try these Post-game Popsicles using Nesquik. Mix milk and Nesquik Powder in a large measuring cup or medium bowl. Add Yogurt and Banana slices and combine well just by stirring with a spoon. Freeze pops for at least 4 hours. Enjoy! Recipe inspired by @stephaniesclark
To make the freeze pops I cut up strawberries and fresh pineapple. Placed the fruit into bathroom-sized cups, poured in Tampico, placed a straw in the middle, and then put them in the freezer.