4 Popsicle Recipes you can't live without! Any flavor!

  1. A few weeks ago we received a ZOKU Quick Pop Maker which we absolutely love! (Read that review here) I love how when we keep it in the freezer it takes just minutes to make a popsicle.  So I've been doing some searching to find the easiest, quickest, and best popsicle recipes out there. 

  2. I've narrowed it down to 4!  With these 4 recipes you can seriously create thousands of different popsicles.  With summer coming up, who wouldn't love a cool treat!  And with the ease of the ZOKU you can have it in minutes! 

  3. Easy Yogurt Pop
  4. 1 Cup yogurt flavor of choice 
       2 Tablespoons of honey for sweetening- you may use more or       less depending on taste

       Add chopped fruit if desired and blend to mix honey and yogurt. 

I used Chabani's Strawberry Rhubarb low-fat Greek Yogurt Flip which was so good!  It has some crunchy graham cracker pieces mixed in with creamy frosting chunks.  It really added some texture to my popsicle 
      1 (6g) unsweetened Kool-Aid powdered drink mix
      1 (3oz) box of Jello gelatin
      3/4 cup granulated sugar
      1 cups boiling water
      1 cups cold water

Mix together Kool-aid, jello, and sugar well.  This recipe is too large to use all at once in a ZOKU maker.  So divide the powder combination in half and set one half aside for another time.  

Stir in 1 cup of boiling water to dissolve powder combination well.  Stir in cold water.  Pour into molds.  

If using traditional popsicle molds, do not divide and separate and use 2 cups of boiling water and 2 cups of cold water. 

1 pkg of Jello Instant pudding
2 cups cold milk
1 cup thawed cool whip 

Beat pudding mix and milk in medium bowl with whisk for 2 minute
Stir in cool whip
Pour into Zoku

1/3 cup sugar
2 cups fruit juice

In a small saucepan, bring sugar and 1/3 cup of water to boil over high heat stirring until sugar dissolves.  Transfer to a 4-cup liquid measuring up or medium bowl and refrigerate until cool, about 30 minutes.  Stir in juice and pour into pop maker. 

Or.....  You can cheat like I did and use a packet of Crystal Light...  This packet I found on Amazon and it makes 2 gallons!  But I only added half the water and it made a super sweet (sugar free) Rasberry popsicle.  TOO TOO GOOD! 

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