Organic Fruit Punch Popsicle Recipe — Make Cheap & Easy Treats ALL SUMMER LONG!

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Popsicles scream SUMMER!

But when I look down the long, bright freezer aisle hoping to find a fun treat for my kids, I can’t get past the dyes, chemicals, and the crappy choice between high fructose corn syrup and “sugar free” with fake sweeteners.

You just can’t be an American kid without a sticky popsicle dripping down your arm all summer long, so I make my own popsicles for my family and friends! I don’t make fancy pants popsicle recipes with chia seeds and coconut water; nope: I make homemade popsicles that are as sweet and yummy as “real” popsicles — but without sugar or dyes.

Make this cheap and easy organic fruit punch popsicle recipe all summer long
Organic Fruit Punch Popsicle Recipe

All of my popsicle recipes are kid approved

And since my kids have had more than their fair share of store bought Popsicles, they know a real treat when they taste it! (They also cry foul when I try to palm off something healthy as a treat — so you won’t find any kale-infused popsicle recipes here!)

Bonus: I tell my kids they can have as many popsicles as they want! Can you imagine doing that with store bought popsicles? 4 of the popsicles in this recipe [scroll down for the printable recipe card] have the same amount of natural sugar as 1 of the boxed organic juice pops at my grocery store.

Save money all summer long with homemade popsicles!

What would you do if you were grocery shopping and noticed a box of 10 organic popsicles with no sugar, fake sugar, or sugar substitutes — and only 3 grams of natural sugar — on sale for $1.35 a box? That’s 14 cents each, my friend.

You’d clear the shelves to stock up for summer, right?

Organic juice pops — the same size as the ones you’d make with this popsicle mold, but with 12g sugar, and additives like citric acid and xantham gum — are on sale at my grocery store for $3.50 for a box of 4. That’s $0.88 each!

For the same price I can make 26 organic popsicles at home!

This homemade popsicle recipe is dead easy: just buy a bottle of organic juice, thin it with water, and freeze.

I use this popsicle mold (and these wood popsicle sticks — yes, you need 1,000.)

Here’s why it’s the BEST POPSICLE MOLD EVER!

  • Makes 10 popsicles at once!
  • BPA free!
  • Uses disposable wood popsicle sticks, so you can hand out popsicles to your kids and their friends and not have to scour the backyard and neighborhood for your precious plastic handles.

Here’s the printable recipe card for Organic Fruit Punch Popsicles. Enjoy!

Organic Fruit Punch Popsicle Recipe
 
Prep time
Total time
 
Buy a 32 ounce bottle of organic juice for $3 and make these organic fruit punch popsicles for 14 cents each!
Recipe by:
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Serves: 10 popsicles (2.5 oz each)
Ingredients
  • 15 oz organic fruit punch
  • 10 oz water
  • [Special equipment: popsicle mold and wood popsicle sticks.]
Instructions
  1. Mix fruit punch and water.
  2. Pour the mixture into 10 2.5oz popsicle molds.
  3. Freeze for one hour.
  4. Top the popsicle mold with the lid and insert wood popsicle sticks.
  5. Freeze until solid. [Approximately 6 hours.]
Notes
Tip: To keep the popsicle sticks holding tight to your popsicle to the last bite, soak the popsicle sticks in water before inserting them into the popsicle mixture.
Nutrition Information
Sugar: 3 (natural)

I’d love to know: What are your kids’ favorite popsicle flavors? Is there one treat that screams SUMMER!  to you?

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