Strawberry Lemonade Homemade Ice Pops

A couple weeks ago I posted my favorite recipes to make with strawberries (you can it find here) and in that post I mention using my strawberry & banana smoothie mixture to fill these Zipzicle (aff link) pouches. This got me thinking about what other mixture I could use to fill them. Since strawberries are still on sell, and still a huge pregnancy craving, I wanted to incorporate them again and thought why not make a strawberry lemonade mixture.

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I already had everything on hand, so yesterday Nugget and I got in the kitchen and gave a try at making some Strawberry Lemonade Homemade Ice Pops. They were super quick to whip up, and made enough for a small trial batch. If you love this recipe, and I am sure you will, simply double to make a larger batch. You could also take this a step further by making fresh lemonade, but I had the powdered mix on hand and was looking for something easy and fun to do with Nugget in the kitchen.

Strawberries, Powdered Lemonade, and some Zipzicles is all you need!
Homemade Strawberry Lemonade Ice Pops

4oz Strawberries, Puréed
1 cup of water
1 scoop Powdered Lemonade – any brand will do.

  • Place strawberries in blender to purée.
  • Measure out 1 cup of water and add in 1 scoop of lemonade powder. Mix well.
  • Add purée to Lemonade and mix well.
  • Fill each Zipzicles (aff link) pouch with mixture and seal. I find it easiest to use a funnel for this.
  • Freeze and enjoy!

This recipe makes enough to fill 4 pouches. You will probably have a little extra, so add a little ice and enjoy as a drink.

These Strawberry Lemonade Ice Pops are ready for the freezer

I know we will be making these a lot as the hot summer days of the south soon approach, and I my hope is you will give them a try as well. If you do please leave a comment below and let me know what you think, and while you are here don’t forget to share and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.


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