Win the Weekend with Homemade Popsicles


THIS JUST IN- Homemade popsicles are the coolest thing right now (no pun intended). But really, you will be the coolest parent/host/friend/person in the world when you offer up these sweet frozen treats. And psst, we included a couple adult-only recipes too! If you’re making them for a party be sure to prepare them the night before, otherwise I suggest having them in the freezer at ALL times for emergency refreshments! Summer goal: To stay cool as a cucumber.


These Lemonade Spa Pops are perfect for the whole family and made with all-natural ingredients (read: no high fructose corn syrup here!).

Lemonade Spa Pops

1 cup ONE SWEET® cucumbers, sliced

1 cup WOW™ Berries, de-stemmed and sliced

2 lemons, juiced

2 cups cold water

Natural sweetener to taste.


Place ONE SWEET® cucumber slices and WOW™ Berry slices into your Popsicle mold. Whisk together the lemon juice, cold water and natural sweetener. Pour into the molds and add Popsicle sticks. Freeze at least ten hours. To release the pops, run the mold under warm water.

Makes 10 popsicles.


Frozen Cucumber Margarita Pops

4 One Sweet® cucumbers, chopped

2 limes, peeled

1 cup of silver tequila

¼ cup agave nectar

1 cup cold water

Pinch of sea salt


Blend all of the ingredients together in a high powered blender for about 2 minutes or until there is a uniform green color and smooth texture. Pour into Popsicle molds, insert the popsicle sticks and freeze for 10 hours.

To release the popsicles run the mold under warm water. Best enjoyed with this salsa and warm tortilla chips.

Makes 10 popsicles.


How icy and refreshing do these look? And with only four ingredients, this is my kind of frozen cocktail treat!

Cucumber Gin and Tonic Popsicles

2 ½ cups tonic

½ cup gin

½ lime, juiced

1 cup ONE SWEET® Cucumber, sliced


Mix the tonic, gin, and lime juice. Place cucumber slices into the molds, then pour the tonic mix into the molds. Freeze overnight. Cheers!

Makes 10 popsicles.


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