This Sprite and Gummy Bear Popsicles Recipe just might be the most simple recipe, ever. We have made this in our house about a zillion times and they’re still a hit every single time.
The great part about these homemade popsicles is that they are crazy simple to make as they have literally just three ingredients. When you’re running low on time but wanting to make a delicious treat for the kids, you seriously can’t go wrong with this simple treat.
So many people tend to associate popsicles with a summer treat only, but we make and eat these all year long in our house. And if your kids are independent and like to whip up their own recipes, let them take charge of this one!
They can easily make these on their own without any help at all from you! That way when they want a treat, they know exactly what to do to make that want come true.
Get ready to fall in love with these delicious popsicles. They’re just that good!
DIY Sprite and Gummy Bear Ice Pops
Ingredients Needed to Make This Popsicle Recipe
12 ounces of Sprite
How to Make Sprite and Gummy Bear Popsicles
Start by placing gummy bears into the popsicle mold. Then pour Sprite into each mold making sure not to fill the molds to the top because it will likely expand a little bit.
If you are using the sticks that come with the popsicle molds, place those on top. If you are using wooden popsicle sticks, freezing the pops for 30 minutes prior to putting the sticks in will help get a straight angle.
Freeze the popsicles for 4-6 hours and enjoy them! I have started making different popsicles each night and freezing them overnight so that we are well-stocked each day throughout the summer.
These are definitely a perfect summer afternoon treat!
- 12 ounces of Sprite
- Gummi Bears
- Popsicle Mold
- Place gummi bears into the popsicle mold.
- Pour Sprite into each mold making sure not to fill up to the top as it may expand a bit.
- If using the sticks that come with the popsicle mold, place those on top. If using wooden popsicle sticks, freeze for 30 minutes and then put the sticks in.
- Freeze for 4-6 hours or overnight.
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