Making your own ice pops has never been so much fun! We make rainbow candy popsicles with sour belts. Rainbow sour belts are often vegan (always check the brand), so these are vegan ice pops. And you can also make vodka popsicles! Read on quickly.
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How to Make Ice Popsicles
Ice popsicles mainly consist of water. You can make the simplest water-based pops by filling your popsicle molds with your favorite lemonade (or other summer drink).
We actually make these ice popsicles in the same way, but we added some rainbow candy!
Rainbow Sour Belts
We make these candy ice creams with rainbow sour belts! There is no gelatin in most of the (rainbow) sour belts, so they are vegan ice creams. Note: always check the brand!
You make the sour belts ice popsicles by first putting sour belts in each ice mold and then filling them with Sprite, 7Up or your favorite lemonade. Make sure it is sweet enough, otherwise the ice cream will become too sour from the candy. Fill your molds up to 1 cm (0.4 inch) below the top, because water expands when it freezes.
Make it a (grown-up) party by adding a splash of vodka to each mold. Be careful not to add too much, because spirits alone do not freeze.
Rainbow Popsicles with Fruit
Do you want to make sugar-free popsicles? Make fruit popsicles! Fruit also largely consists of water. Mash your favorite fruit, add some water and pour it into your ice cream tins. Or try these fun rainbow popsicles with fruit.
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Rainbow Candy Popsicles
- 1 package rainbow sour belts Airheads Xtremes or Sour Dudes
- 2 cups Sprite / 7Up or your favorite lemonade
- Fill each popsicle shape with 2 rainbow sour belts. We first make a roll of the sour mats and then put them in the mold. You can also twist them first and tuck them in the shape.
- Fill the molds with Sprite, 7Up, or your favorite lemonade, up to 1 cm (0.4 inch) below the top. Cover with the stick and put in the freezer.
- Depending on the temperature of your freezer (and the size of your popsicle mold), the popsicles are ready from 4 hours of freezing!
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