Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles


These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make!  They’re a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!


Bring on the summer fun with popsicles!!  Homemade is the best.  Great lemonade flavor studded with fresh sweet raspberries… the perfect treat!

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Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles | These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make! They're a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!

Tis the season for amazing frozen treats!  I recently got a new popsicle mold and I LOVE it!!  It was pretty inexpensive, easy to use, and the popsicles come right out of the molds with no problem 🙂  Here’s the one I have (affiliate link):

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And I already have a couple other popsicle recipes in mind to share with you guys… so that’s coming this summer.  Also, my new ice cream maker came today (woot!!), so I wouldn’t be surprised if an ice cream recipe or two appear on the blog over the next couple months.

Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles | These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make! They're a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!

Little background here… remember when I talked about how the kids are hanging out at summer camp a few days a week?  Well one of those days is usually “water day” at camp where they have sprinklers, water balloons, etc.  Unfortunately this year, Kennedy’s days lined up where she would either have to choose water day or a field trip day… and she LOVES their field trips, so I told her we could have our own water day at home.  I bought a little water table, a new sprinkler and slip n slide for both of them… and we tested it out over this past weekend.  They had SUCH a blast!

Since it’s been so hot here, my hubby decided that we all needed a popsicle, so he came back with these raspberry lemonade treats that I made.  Mr Picky (2 year old Colton) turned his nose up at them, then changed his mind 10 minutes later… but Kennedy loved them!  She’s a lemonade girl at heart, so it wasn’t too hard to convince her 🙂

Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles | These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make! They're a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!

If you’d like, feel free to add a little vodka to these (not too much, or they won’t really freeze), to make this an adult treat 😉

You can also use it as a base recipe and add whatever fruit you love!  I’ve made the same thing with blueberries and have already taken a few requests for some strawberry lemonade ones.

Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles | These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make! They're a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!

As we head into the dog-days of summer, I hope you guys give this one a try!

Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles | These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make! They're a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!


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Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles | These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make! They're a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!
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Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles
Prep Time
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins
 
These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make! They're a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!
Author: The Chunky Chef
Ingredients
  • 1 can of frozen lemonade concentrate thawed
  • 48 oz lemon-lime soda I used Sprite, just fill up the empty lemonade concentrate can 4 times
  • Fresh raspberries larger ones halved
  • Popsicle mold
  • Popsicle sticks
Instructions
  1. Pour thawed lemonade concentrate into a large pitcher.
  2. Add lemon-lime soda and stir to combine.
  3. Sprinkle some raspberries into each popsicle mold, and pour in the lemonade mixture.
  4. Leave about a 1/4" of room from the top of the molds, to allow for expansion when freezing.
  5. Place lid on popsicle molds and insert sticks.
  6. Place popsicle molds in freezer and freeze for at least 4 hours, or until firm.
Recipe Notes

1. Amount of popsicles will depend on your mold. My mold makes 10 popsicles. Any leftover lemonade can be used for drinking, or frozen into ice cubes for other drinks.
2. If you don't like soda, feel free to substitute water or club soda.

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Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles | These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make! They're a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!

Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles | These raspberry lemonade popsicles are so easy to make! They're a refreshing way to cool down on a hot day, and loved by kids and adults!

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11 comments on “Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles”

  1. Lovely. I would prefer making fresh soda lemonade instead of using sprite. Loved this recipe 🙂

  2. I need to make these all summer long!

  3. These popsicles just say summer, and would go a long ways to cool us down on those too warm days. They’re so pretty too.

  4. It’s official: I need to buy popsicle molds. 😛

  5. It looks delicious. And the fact that it’s easy makes it even better!

  6. OH yum! I love the whole raspberries in these!

  7. Those look sooooo refreshing and raspberry-lemon is such a great flavor combo! Our raspberries bushes are bursting with berries now, this will be a great way to put them to use!

  8. I saw the picture of your daughter eating these on Facebook and knew the recipe would come! Such a refreshing treat!

  9. These are the perfect refreshing cool treat to enjoy this summer.

  10. I am going to make these this weekend! They sound so refreshing!

  11. These look so refreshing! I’m going to share the recipe with my kids and they can make them!