Lemonade ICE Pops Recipe

Lemonade Pops


Ice Cube Tray (or your favorite ice pop making molds)
Toothpicks or Popsicle sticks
I bottle Mango Lemonade Sparkling ICE
1 container of fresh fruit, chopped


Fill you trays or molds with Mango Lemonade Sparkling ICE, topping each with a scoop of chopped fresh fruit. If using ice cube trays cover tray tightly with tin foil. Poke a Popsicle stick through the foil into each cube. If using an ice pop maker place the handle sticks into the molds. Place in the freezer for about 2 hours or until frozen. Enjoy!


About Sparkling ICE® Beverages

Sparkling ICE has made a great tasting, refreshing, zero-calorie beverage Perfectly Possible™. Combining naturally flavored mountain spring water, fruit juice, vitamins and antioxidants, Sparkling ICE offers a bold flavored, lightly-carbonated beverage that appeals to all age groups. Available in eleven refreshing flavors: Black Raspberry, Orange Mango, Pink Grapefruit, Kiwi Strawberry, Coconut Pineapple, Pomegranate Blueberry, Peach Nectarine, Lemon Lime, Crisp Apple and new in 2014 Cherry Limeade and Strawberry Watermelon. Sparkling ICE Lemonades®, launched in 2013, are available in six refreshing flavors: Classic Lemonade, Strawberry Lemonade, Raspberry Lemonade, Lemonade with Tea and new in 2014, Peach Lemonade and Mango Lemonade. Sparkling ICE can be found in retailers nationwide. Sparkling ICE is part of the TalkingRain family of beverages, and retails for $1.19-$1.29. To locate Sparking ICE visit www.sparklingice.com.

***Disclosure: Recipe provided by Sparking ICE Beverages ***


  1. 1

    I love Sparkling ICE, but I would have never thought to make popsicles! I will have to try that this summer.
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  2. 2

    Those look and sound amazing! It was 97 degrees in Arizona yesterday. Yuck! It’s going to be a long summer. Now I need a popsicle!
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    MyKidsGude says:

    These looks so refreshing and delicious! It was hot enough here last week for frozen treats. Now it’s freezing again. Next week I’m sure it will be hot again though!

  4. 4
    Jen says:

    I love homemade ice pops – the kids have a blast making them and we can be creative. Yum!
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  5. 5

    Those are great colors! Love that they aren’t full of sugar!
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