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3-Ingredient Orange Creamsicle Ice Pops – Made with the simplest ingredients, but so tasty! The ultimate ice pop for children and adults!
With Memorial Day next week, I thought I would share a really fun treat to help celebrate the holiday! If you are looking for an incredibly easy and tasty treat, try these orange creamsicle ice pops. Only made with 3-ingredients. That’s it.
Growing up, my family always loved creamsicle anything. Mostly my dad, but I enjoyed it just as much. I remembered going outside to play, running around and having a blast with friends. Sometimes we would play those clapping games all girls used to play or sometimes play tag with the neighborhood boys.
After we were done or I should say tired, we would then run back home. I always looked forward to the ice-cold treat, especially an orange creamsicle ice pop! Sometimes we were even allowed to purchase one off the ice cream truck.
When that happened, I was a tickled little girl and thought that was the best thing ever. Looking back at those memories, it really was.
As an adult, anything orange creamsicle flavored has a special place in my heart. So let’s have some fun with this summer and enjoy these ice pops, children and adults.
The three ingredients to make these ice pops: SunnyD, heavy cream, and orange extract. I tried with only the SunnyD and heavy cream, but I thought it needed a little more orange.
Lucky you, right now you can pick up a 24ct. pack at your local Sam’s Club. Until the first week of August, they are on rollback for $5.38. You should be able to find them in their new location; a featured end-cap display in the usual refrigerated section from April until July.
For the ice pops, it is best to allow them to set overnight; however, at least 6 hours is fine.
- 1 cup SunnyD or orange juice
- 1 cup heavy cream, may use full-fat coconut milk
- 1 cap full of orange extract
- Whisk together the SunnyD or orange juice and heavy cream together in a medium-sized bowl. Taste and add in the orange extract. Taste again and add more orange extract if you need to.
- Pour the mixture into ice pop molds, place into the freezer and allow them to set at least 6 hours; overnight is best.
Be sure to check out more fun in the sun ideas – www.wherefunbegins.net! I’d love to hear how YOU have fun with SunnyD!
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