4th of july marbled ice pops!
Photography by Michael Wiltbank photo by andie diemer

Fun foods are either frozen or on a stick, and this festive treat combines the best of both worlds. Skip the pre-packaged pops this year and create marbled ice pops in minutes. Remember to make them ahead so they’re frozen by the 4th!

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4th of july marbled ice pops!
Photography by Michael Wiltbank Photography by Brittany Ambridge

Yields 12 popsicles


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Ingredients:

  • 1 pint of strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries
  • 1/4 cup of sugar (divided in three)
  • 1 cup of vanilla yogurt

Step 1:  

wash and puree the berries separately in a food processor

Step 2:

 pour each of the pureed berries along with the yogurt into four separate bowls with a pour spout (a paper cup also works)

Step 3:

 layer each of the purees into a popsicle mold (you can alternate them and mix it up to create different popsicle patterns)


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Step 4:

 take a knife or popsicle stick and swirl around the mixture to create a marbleized look

Step 5:

 Freeze for at least 6 hours

Step 6:

 run the base of the mold under warm water to loosen the popsicles and enjoy

4th of july marbled ice pops!
Photography by Michael Wiltbank Photography by Brittany Ambridge

You can buy popsicle molds at your local craft or home goods store – we bought ours at Williams Sonoma.


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