Strawberry Lemonade Frozen Pops

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Need a yummy sweet treat that will beat the heat? (Check out those rhyming skills!) These Strawberry Lemonade Frozen Pops will be a hit this summer and all year long!

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Yes, fall is *finally* around the corner, but it’s still HOT where I live, what about you? Plus, I’ve got one of those kids who wants to be outside “enjoying” this weather which is just not my favorite, haha. 

Around the time I need a break, I can always count on a frozen treat of some sort on getting him to head inside for a cool down. These homemade frozen pops are easy to make and are a delicious treat on a hot day

Since my oldest son has some food allergies it’s not easy to just grab a box of frozen pops from the store without meticulously checking ingredients, calling the manufacturer, etc. It’s a whole thing

Making our own frozen popsicles doesn’t require a ton of effort and removes the safety issue for us since I know exactly what’s going in them! Plus, they’re delicious. 

Food allergies or not, these strawberry lemonade frozen pops are going to be a big hit with everyone who tries them! This is the type of recipe that kids might want to help with so get them in on the action too!

Strawberry Lemonade Frozen Pops

strawberry lemonade frozen pops

A few pieces of equipment that you’ll need:

Popsicle Equipment List 

Popsicle Ingredients

strawberry lemonade frozen pops ingredients

  • 2 cups strawberries hulled and diced
  • 1 tsp granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cup (about 4-5 medium lemons) fresh lemon juice (make sure there aren’t any seeds!)
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 1/2 cup granulated sugar

Strawberry Lemonade Frozen Pops Instructions

  1. Add strawberries and tsp of granulated sugar to a blender and mix until smooth. strawberries and sugar in blender
  2. Pour into the top of the cavities of the popsicle mold and set in freezer.
  3. Add 1 cups water and 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar to a small pot.
  4. Cook over medium high heat, stirring occasionally until the sugar dissolves.
  5. Remove from heat and add fresh lemon juice.
  6. Taste the syrup. Decide if you need more lemon juice or not.
  7. Pour into glass measuring cup or use the funnel that comes with the mold to fill the cavities.strawberry lemonade frozen pops
  8. Add the sticks and freeze for 8 hours 

strawberry lemonade frozen pops

If you want to create layers freeze the strawberry purée for 1-2 hours until solid. Allow the lemon syrup to cool completely. Pour into the cavities. Add the sticks and Freeze for 7-8 hours.

Have you ever made your own frozen pops? What’s your favorite recipe?

Strawberry Lemonade Frozen Pops

strawberry lemonade frozen pops

Cold, sweet, and so delicious, these frozen pops are the best!

Ingredients

  • 2 C. strawberries hulled and diced
  • 1 tsp granulated sugar
  • 3/4 C. (about 4-5 medium lemons) fresh lemon juice
  • 1 C. water
  • 1 1/2 C. granulated sugar

Instructions

    1. Add strawberries and tsp of granulated sugar to a blender and mix until smooth.
    2. Pour into the top of the cavities of the popsicle mold and set in freezer.
    3. Add 1 cups water and 1 1/2 cups granulated sugar to a small pot.
    4. Cook over medium high heat, stirring occasionally until the sugar dissolves.
    5. Remove from heat and add fresh lemon juice.
    6. Taste the syrup. Decide if you need more lemon juice or not.
    7. Pour into glass measuring cup or use the funnel that comes with the popsicle mold to fill the cavities.
    8. Add the sticks and freeze for 8 hours

Notes

To create layers freeze the strawberry purée for 1-2 hours until solid. Allow the lemon syrup to cool completely. Pour into the cavities. Add the sticks and freeze for 7-8 hours.

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Jamie

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Jamie loves a little black dress, chips and salsa, and is obsessed with subscription boxes. She tries to maintain an air of sophisticated city life while actually living next to a wheat field. Or is it alfalfa? Corn? She doesn’t know. You can find her blogging about style and shopping at JK Style. She lives in rural Oklahoma with her husband and baby boy.

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