This Instructable will show you how to make a home made Icee without an Icee machine or Icee syrup, and for less than a dollar per Icee.

All you need to make this is...

-Freeze Pops (the larger quantity the better, usually costs about $10 US for a box of 250 at your local supermarket)
-A freezer
-A glass
-Scissors (just to make things easier)

Step 1: Step One

Take 5 of the same colored (or different colored ones, it's your call) freeze pops and put them UPRIGHT in the freezer. Make sure that they're upright so that you don't get air bubbles and stuff inside the pop.
i really think its a gret idea
Wow, this sounds unspeakably foul! I usually max out after 2-3 freeze pops even in hot weather. That said, I'd recommend pre-chilling your glass in the freezer for best results.
 completely frozen ones make good diving sticks! 
there is no picture
lol they had boxes of 500 at wally world for $3.00, unfrozen
okay okay i got an idea how about we take that box of 250 then wee freeze them all then we put them in the blender with the plastic on! delicious
its almost a year and still no pics. :( i wanna see the pics.
i used to go to this place when i was little and they had a "traffic light" its bassically a kiddie cocktail. it was green then yellow then red bottom to top u could freeze 3 of these as described and do the same sorta thing as the drink just for the artistic touch. lol Feel free to have 2 or 3 of each colour though.
Frozen, colored, sugar water... yum
Make sure that they're upright so that you don't get air bubbles and stuff inside the pop. BRILLIANT!! "drinking" tons of freeze pops... not so briliant. at least you die happy :D
That step just seems so pointless to be... You're gonna just empty and stir them into a glass anyway ;-)
ive tried this once before its a good idea
remind me never to eat 100 freeze pops a day... it gives you MAJOR brainfreeze
freezer pops are excellent. I always eat them in the slushy state its much better than frozen
very cool *****

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