Make a Summer Party Popsicle Bar

Summer Party Popsicle Bar

Celebrate the beginning of summer with a colorfulPopsicle bar! Perfect for backyard barbecues or pool parties, my kids love any chance to enjoy their favorite summer treats.

We partnered with Popsicle Brand Ice pops the Original Summertime Treat to create this fun Popsicle bar. Popsicle hasbeen bringing the fun with bright colors and bold, icy-cool refreshing flavors since 1905.

Summer Party Popsicle Bar

Summer Party Popsicle Bar

Here’s what you need to make a summer party Popsicle bar:

  • Popsicle Brand Ice pops
  • Lemon-lime soda
  • Disposable baking dishes
  • Ice
  • Clear plastic cups

Summer Party Popsicle Bar

We featured traditional Orange, Cherry, and Grape Popsicles, along with Jolly Rancher Popsicles and Tropical Paradise Popsiclesin our Popsicle bar.

Start by adding ice to the disposable baking dishes. Unwrap Popsicle ice pops and place individually in clear plastic cups. Set inside the baking dishes and surround with ice.

This will keep the ice pops cold during your party!

Serve the ice pops with lemon-lime soda for a fun, refreshing drink that will become more flavorful as the Popsicle melts.

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With their icy-cool refreshing taste, bold flavors and fun shapes, Popsicle pops come in the iconic yellow box and are available in more than 20 unique flavors including the childhood favorites Orange, Cherry and Grape!

Summer Party Popsicle Bar

How do you enjoy ice pops in the summer?

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