Let’s Keep It Cool- Popsicle Ideas for the 4th!

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It’s Friday Lovelies and you know what that means? Hanging out with your best friends on a nice day enjoying a…popsicle! Nothing says summer more than a yummy popsicle. It’s a lovely nostalgic treat that can be just as healthy as it is fun to eat. And we are very excited to show you how these pops can make it into the spotlight at your 4th of July party this year! So easy and inexpensive to make, these 4th of July popsicle ideas will have your guests and little ones in awe of what you have put together yourself. The little ones can even join in the fun in making them too if you want.  Honestly, the hardest part about all of these homemade popsicles is waiting until they freeze to eat them! Such a great idea for 4th of July. We have rounded up the best homemade 4th of July popsicle ideas on the web for you to rock out this year at your party, all with tutorials!!

homemade french vanilla 4th of July Popsicles

{How about this homemade french vanilla popsicle on the 4th? Amazing right? Get the tutorial from Itsy Bitsy Foodies}

red white and blue homemade 4th of july popsicle

{I love the fresh fruit and yogurt in this red white and blue popsicle! Super healthy too! Get the tutorial from Super Health Kids}

patriotic homemade popsicles for the 4th

How cute are these red, white and blue popsicles on a stick?! I love the presentation too. Get the tutorial from Seeded At The Table}

Homemade fruit pops for 4th of July

{Love berries for the 4th, especially if they are in popsicle form! Get this tutorial from An Edible Mosaic}

berry white sangria pops for 4th of July

{I want these right now!! These are white berry sangria pops! Amazing right? Get the tutorial from Betty Crocker}

homemade 4th of July popsicles

{Love these little berry pop ones! Looks like a nice treat! Get this tutorial from The Not So Super Mama}

4th of July Magic Shell Popsicles

{I love magic shell and these red white and blue edible jewels are so amazing too! Make this at home with Say Yes to Ho Boken‘s tutorial}

homemade 4th of july rocketship popsicles

{Lovely red white and blue rocketship popsicles filled with berries! Get this tutorial from Did Someone Say Party Site}

homemade red white and blue star popsicles for the 4th

{Everything is better with stars include these star red white and blue popsicles! Get the tutorial from M For Mommy}

homemade raspberry creamsicles for 4th of July

{Ok so these aren’t red, white and blue but different shades of red definitely still works for 4th of July and I could pass up showing you a raspberry creamsicle! I can’t believe these are homemade! Get the tutorial from Spoonful}

4th of July Popsicles! love the red white and blue!

{We love these red, white and blue flag popsicles for the 4th  from The View From Great Island!}

About Emily Miller

Emily Miller is the Founder, Writer and Party Stylist for B. Lovely Events, a blog that covers ideas and inspiration for all of life's celebrations. Emily loves celebrations of all types and everything that goes into them. She writes each day to inspire you to make the best celebrations that you can!

Comments

  1. So many options! Thanks for curating this list!

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