How to Make an Ice Pop

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Ice pops provide a great way to use leftover juice. Create easy ice pops with the help of a professional caterer in this free video.

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Hello, this is Coreen from Shake's Bakes, and there have been many times I've been in the situation where I've had excess juice left over or especially toward the Summertime, a lot of lemonade on hand and I just want to try something else and so I'm going to share with you one thing that I like to do. It makes me feel young all over again. I am young but it keeps me youthful and we're going to make lemon fruit Popsicles. Mm, sounds good. So it's real simple. All I have is some fresh squeezed lemonade. This is actually fun if you have some leftover lemonade to add some Ginger Ale to it just for a little bit of fizz and it tastes so good when freezing and I bought this Popsicle mold and it has the stem as well from the discount store, made sure I got it in yellow because you kind of want to have a feeling of what you're eating and we're doing lemon fruit Popsicles so yellow, lemon, you get it. It's really easy. You just take out the sticks and if you don't have sticks or you have a mold you can also use some of those wooden sticks that stick right in. They have it at the craft store. Really simple, you just pour your lemonade into the molds just like that, really easy, perfect, just like that. I know it says fill to right here but I like my Popsicles as big as possible and this also has an air hole where if it expands it won't come over. It will actually go in this direction so I'm safe. Put my Popsicle sticks in. So all that's left to do is put it in your freezer for about three hours and you will have nice frozen lemon fruit Popsicle sticks. This is how you make it, real simple.


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