I know it’s cold out so why post a popsicle recipe? My kids are always looking for something after school or after dance, basketball so I made these (even though it was freezing out). They love Sparkling ICE which is a naturally flavored slightly sparkling water that is zero calories, gluten-free, sugar-free and Kosher. It also contains fruit juice, vitamins and healthy antioxidants. You’ll love these Sparkling Ice Popsicles as much as the kids.
Sparkling Ice Popsicles
Ice Cube Tray (or your favorite ice pop making molds)
I bottle of Sparkling ICE
1 container of fresh raspberries or blueberries, chopped
1. Fill your trays or molds with Sparkling ICE, topping each with a scoop of chopped raspberries or blueberries. If using ice cube trays cover tray tightly with tin foil. Poke a Popsicle stick through the foil into each cube. If using an ice pop maker place the handle sticks into the molds.
2. Place in the freezer for about 2 hours or until frozen. Please note that this recipe works with any of flavor of Sparkling ICE flavors and fresh fruit.