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Keeping cool during the warmer months means you have to get creative. Yes, water works wonders, but sometimes you want something with a little flavor. 
Lemonade is one of my favorite drinks, and it just so happens that our toddler loves it, too! 
But sometimes it’s fun to switch things up a bit. 
We also love ice cream, so it was only right that we fuse the two and make lemonade pops! 
What to you need:
Your favorite lemonade
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These two simple ingredients make a pretty sweet treat. 
What to do: 
Pour your favorite lemonade into each of slot of the Jelly Belly Popsicles Container, cover them up, and freeze. 
I like to put it in before I make dinner, this way it’s ready for dessert. 

Here are the steps in photos: 

If you try this, please use the #timatreats hashtag so I can reshare with my followers. 


  1. Georgiana Daniels

    What a great idea! My kids would love this, and they're at the age they could do this by themselves. They're always wanting to try new things in the kitchen.

    1. Fatima Lora

      Hey Georgiana, isn't it cute how kids get excited about the little things? My toddler was so happy when I took this out of our pantry. He knew it was something fun because I said, " let's make ice cream!"


  2. A Kreative Whim

    We love homemade Popsicles, too! I like to turn our smoothies into pops! Come link up!

    1. Fatima Lora

      We do the same! Smoothies make the BEST Popsicles. 🙂

  3. EmilyBends

    We recently got Popsicle molds but have yet to put them to use. This is such a great idea!

    1. Fatima Lora

      We got these months ago. We just started using them. I actually picked up two packs since they were so cheap 😉

  4. Susannah

    How tasty! I'm going to have to get these molds and make some myself! <3

    1. Fatima Lora

      They're pretty cheap. I love the different colors. I had my toddler practice his colors with the mold. He thought it was fun and rewarding when the lemonade pop came out of the freezer.

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