Simple Limeade Popsicles


Over the long holiday weekend we stopped for lunch at Zoe’s Kitchen. While we were there I grabbed a gallon of their homemade limeade to take home.

My kids love Zoe’s Kitchen limeade. I thought I would make a super easy treat with the kids for our Fourth of July cookout. We made limeade popsicles. It’s so easy!

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  • Zoe’s Kitchen Limeade


  • Pour Zoe’s Kitchen Limeade into popsicle molds.
  • Place molds in freezer for about 6 hours
  • To remove from molds run under hot water for 10 seconds and gently pull apart.

With temperatures here in North Carolina easily reaching into the mid 90’s (not to mention the humidity and heat index) it’s nice to cool down with a frozen treat.

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The boys absolutely love their limeade popsicles. They’re so easy to make I foresee us making them many times over the course of the summer.


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  1. I love the idea of making our own pops my son has Celiacs disease and cant have gluten so knowing whats in them is so important.

  2. As hot as it has been, this would be the perfect treat. I am going to do this now.

  3. These look so refreshing for a great Summer time treat. I need to get me some popsicle molds and make these. The kids would love them.

  4. These look incredibly refreshing. I like making my own popsicle so I can control the sugar.

  5. We love tart flavors at our house and these are really refreshing, especially with the heat going on right now. I would love to make these with the kids.

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