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Friday, March 27, 2015

Striped Juice Ice Pops | Family Economics

By Tori Tait

With the temperature slowly starting to warm up again my cravings for all types of ice pops seems to be growing stronger. I love that you can combine so many different flavors when experimenting with ice pop recipes. Layering different types of juices when making ice pops creates a fun and interesting treat.

Striped Juice Ice Pops 

Striped Juice Ice Pops

Prep: 1 hour
Yield: 8 ice pops


3 types of juices that have distinct colors. I used: Orange juice, cranberry juice, and tangerine juice.


Using your favorite ice pop mold, create your first layer of juice. Pour in orange juice until the molds are 1/2 way filled. Freeze for 20 minutes until set. Next, add a very thin layer of cranberry juice. Freeze for additional 20 minutes to set the second layer. Fill the rest of the mold with tangerine juice and return to the freezer for 20 minutes or until ice pops are completely set.

For additional frozen treat options, check out this recipe for Neapolitan Waffle Ice Cream Sandwiches.

What is your favorite ice pop flavor?

Photo courtesy of Tori Tait.

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