When my teenagers were little we used to make pops like these all the time. Plenty of fun playing with sidewalk chalk out on the front porch and having SunnyD Fruit Pops with strawberries. I used make these all different way. Just like the imagination they would have with the sidewalk chalk, I was having the same fun in the kitchen. Some variations would be pineapple and strawberries, blueberries and raspberries, or kiwi and strawberries. It’s the simplest creation that can be easily made the night before a planned day of fun.
Here is the version I make with just strawberries. The 6.75 ounce of SunnyD will make two pops each. You only need three strawberries sliced per two pops. Not only is it simple but inexpensive to make. Can’t beat that for some fun in the sun. These SunnyD Fruit Pops are perfect for a summer cool down too. In Texas, that is key because the humidity here is relentless.
Pour in the SunnyD into the mold, over the strawberries, just until the liquid comes to the top of the mold. Place mold stick into the mold. Place container into the freezer and freezer for at least 5 hours to overnight. I prefer to freeze them over night. Then to remove them I run the mold under hot water for a few seconds each side and remove the mold.
I picked up my SunnyD at Sam’s Club in the freezer section. I picked up the SunnyD 24ct. 6.75oz. bottles in the Tangy Original flavor. My teenagers have revisited their younger years with this. They keep hitting the fridge for more and more. I know I will be going back for more for lunches and just something to bring along on a fun outing.Print
- 3 strawberries; sliced
- 1 – 6.75 oz original tangy flavor SunnyD
- Pop mold
- Slice off tops of strawberries and sliced strawberries into rounds.
- Add half the strawberries to one mold and half to another.
- Pour in SunnyD until the liquid touches the top of the mold. Place mold stick top on.
- Refrigerator for 5 hours to overnight. Run under hot water for a few seconds each side to remove from the mold. Serve.
- Category: Dessert
- Cuisine: American
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