DIY Jolly Rancher Popsicles

Beauty & The Boys // DIY Jolly Rancher Popsicles

Texas has been having some crazy weather lately. For a few weeks, we were able to spend every single day outdoors because the weather was amazing. The sun was shining. There were only a few clouds in the sky. It was all around beautiful for a few weeks, Jay and Kage even got hot running around outback. This week though, has been insane weather. Monday and Tuesday we got quite a bit of ice, sleet, and snow. The roads were super icy and slippery and school was closed on Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday Jay was able to go back to school. Today, in the early morning hours, it was snowing a little bit, but not enough to cancel school. Well, tomorrow and Saturday we are supposed to be getting more ice and more snow. I’m just over here like what the hell!! I want my sunshine back. Well, during those few warm weeks I decided to make some yummy treats for the kids and I’ll be making them again when the weather warms back up because the boys loved them! These Jolly Rancher Popsicles were definitely a huge hit in our house and so easy and cheap to make! I bought everything I needed from the dollar store!

Beauty & The Boys // DIY Jolly Rancher Popsicles
Beauty & The Boys // DIY Jolly Rancher Popsicles

Beauty & The Boys // DIY Jolly Rancher Popsicles

Beauty & The Boys // DIY Jolly Rancher Popsicles

Beauty & The Boys // DIY Jolly Rancher Popsicles

DIY Jolly Rancher Popsicles
Serves 8
These kid friendly popsicles are delicious and perfect for a warm sunny day!! Your kids will love you for making them!
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You will need
  1. - Cold water
  2. - A measuring cup
  3. - Popsicle maker {I found mine at the dollar store}
  4. - Jolly rancher singles to go {we used green apple & watermelon}
  1. - Fill your measuring cup with water to the 2 cup line.
  2. - Pour in 1 of the Watermelon to go packets and stir it up real good.
  3. - Fill 4 of the empty popsicle spots with the watermelon drink.
  4. - Place the lids back on them.
  5. - Repeat the steps above with the green apple packet.
  6. - Place in freezer for 3 to 4 hours.
  7. - Try pulling on the lid to see if they are frozen, if they are take them out and let them sit on the counter for a few minutes to unfreeze just a little that way they will come out easily when you pull them out. If they are still watered down and not all the way frozen, leave them in the freezer longer until they are and then do what I just said when they are ready.
  8. - ENJOY!
  9. My kids seriously loved this. I ate one two and they were so good! I think homemade popsicles are so much fun to make because you can create any flavor you like! I can't wait to make some more!
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  3. Thank you all so much!
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  1. says

    Bright cheerful summer colors and jolly rancher flavor! Looks perfect for kid snacks.
    Thanks so much for linking up this delightful recipe at the Pure Blog Love Linky Party. Can’t wait to see what you’re bringing this week! The party starts on Thursday at 8p.m. EST. Love to see you there! Bring you’re friends! I’m hosting at

    • says

      Thanks Amanda!! Yes they would! You could even add food coloring to the green ones since they are a bit lighter and make them even more rainbow themed! :)


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