Emergency Ice: Summer Popsicle Treats

Keep Cool with these Easy Summer Popsicle Treats

Summers in Dallas are full of fun… and full of sun, too. If you are a resident of Dallas or the surrounding areas, you understand firsthand that the Texas sun can be very hot. Because of this, it is quite easy for children and adults to overheat or become dehydrated. Of course, increasing your water intake during the summer is always ideal, but sometimes, you just need a icy popsicle to help cool things down a bit. Today, we’ve put together a list of four Popsicle treats you can make- and share- this summer!

#1: Gummy Bear Popsicles

No matter the season, gummy bears are always a crowd favorite. This summer, why not combine the tasty treat with sprite to make a Popsicle like no other! To make eight gummy bear popsicles, grab a Popsicle mold, a medium sized bag of your favorite gummy bears, and a bottle of sprite. Throw in around 8-10 gummy bears per mold, add in sprite, and toss it in the freezer overnight. The next day, your sweet yet satisfying treats will be ready to share.

#2 Berry Lemonade Popsicles

Do you want something a bit healthier to kick the heat? Try this delicious berry lemonade Popsicle recipe! First, you’ll need your handy-dandy Popsicle mold. From there, take your fresh strawberries and cut each into halves. Next, grab some fresh blueberries to add to the mix. Add in 2-3 pieces of each fruit to the tray molds then pour in your favorite lemonade drink to the molds and freeze overnight.

#3 Fruit Salad Ice Pops

Are you a lover of all fruits? Well, this recipe is for you! These fruit salad ice pops call for five fresh fruits to make an insanely mouth-watering treat. What You’ll Need: • Kiwis • Strawberries • Blueberries • Peaches • Raspberries • Apple Juice First, you’ll need to peel and slice the fruit according to your preference. You will want to add in your fruit first, and then pour in the apple juice. Of course, you will need to pop them into the freezer and freeze overnight before they are ready to devour.

#4 Orangesicle Yogurt Pops

Who doesn’t love the taste of an organesicle push pop? Well, you can make a Popsicle version at home in a few easy steps. To make four organgesicle yogurt pops, grab a cup of vanilla flavored greek yogurt. Blend it together with ¼ cup of granulated sugar, 1 tablespoon of orange zest, and half a cup of orange juice. Add the mixture to the Popsicle molds, pop into the freezer and awake the next day to your new summer favorite.

Emergency Ice Services in Dallas

Do you need an icy way to cool off this summer? What about an event that needs ice services? Emergency Ice has you covered! Our ice delivery professionals are here to provide you with premium-quality ice products delivered on time. Contact Emergency Ice today to learn more about our ice delivery services.