Summer heat means that kids need a simple snack to cool down, I have pinned and coveted lots of ice pop recipes (or ice lollies as I call them) as finally have brought some moulds but wanted our first to be ever so simple and that J and T can help me make.

Simple ice pops for kids to make - a busy mamas cool down treat for the kids

We need something that I can easily refill and stock up on as my mould only has 4 slots and with 2 kids that means we could easily run out.

So here it is – what you need to make Ever So Simple Ice Pops to keep cool this summer

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Juice/Kool Aid/Concentrated Juice
Water if needed

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The kids mixed up some diluted juice in a large beaker and then poured in the moulds – it was a fun way to get them measuring out we used our cups and measured out 1/4 cup of juice and 6 1/4 cups of water and stirred, then they poured it in the moulds and froze overnight ready for the next day

I did say that they were ever so simple to make and great for busy Mama’s and little kids to do together. J and T loved them – they kept us cool and were refilled straight away back in the freezer and ready for tomorrow which is meant to be as hot if not hotter than today. I also loved the little bit of Maths and fine motor skills that the kids were able to get in as well. And they tasted great which is even better.

Ever so simple Ice Pops for kids to make with Busy Mamas perfect to keep cool this summer 

Ever so simple Ice Pops for kids to make with Busy Mamas perfect to keep cool this summer

Ever So Simple Ice Pops

Simple and delicious ice pops for kids to make and enjoy. Easy refreshment on a hot day!
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Author: Cerys Parker

Ingredients

  • Juice/Kool Aid/Concentrated Juice
  • Water if needed

Instructions

  • Make up some diluted fruit juice in a large beaker and pour into the ice pop moulds.
  • Place in the freezer overnight, or until solid.
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Cerys Parker

Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, high school teacher and mum. Realising that life doesn't have to be put on hold and you don't just have to survive whilst the kids are young she shares ideas to inspire you to LIVE with the kids, with activities to do together, recipes to cook and enjoy and family travel to make memories to last a lifetime.

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