Homemade Ice Pops!!!!

Introduction: Homemade Ice Pops!!!!

Alright, so, i know i have no pictures, but just trust me, it'll be amazing! These ice pops will be your own customized way of spending an awesome summer day outside, without the trouble of having to go to the store and buy popsicles! So i hope you enjoy your ice pops! here we go!

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Step 1: 1. Get the Materials

Well, first off you need the materials! They're quite easy to get actually

  • wooden toothpicks ( with a point on each end )
  • ice cube trays
  • plastic wrap
  • any drink ( that would be good frozen )
  • freezer
  • something to pour with ( pitcher, measuring cup, ect. )
  • any toppings

Step 2: 2. Pouring the Drinks

  1. Get your drink and pouring material on a flat surface
  2. pour the drink into the pouring material if not already
  3. get the ice cube tray(s) out
  4. sprinkle some of your toppings into the tray BEFORE POURING THE DRINK!!!!!
  5. pour an equal amount of drink into each cube

Step 3: Preparing for the Freezer

  1. Get your toppings and sprinkle them on the bottom where you can see them.
  2. Wrap the plastic wrap over the ice cube tray (s)
  3. Stick a toothpick in each of the cubes

Step 4: Freezing the Popsicles

  1. Put the ice cube trays ( already prepared ) into the freezer
  2. wait overnight to take out

Step 5: ENJOY

ENJOY YOUR NICE, REFRESHING, HOMEMADE POPSICLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2 Discussions


    4 years ago on Introduction

    I'm sorry, but I have no idea what I have done wrong. I thought this instructables was complete, but tell me what i did wrong so I can fix it. Thank you for letting me know.


    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Your Instructable has been published, but I'd really love to see some pictures! If you had at least one picture of your homemade ice pops then you could use that as the cover image for this Instructable also. Hope that helps!