Hey y’all! Hope you had a wonderful Fourth of July Weekend! We are just so thankful to have so many of our dearest blogging friends join us for our One Crafty Summer Series. Today we have the so sweet and SO talented Kimberly from A Night Owl Blog sharing her refreshing recipe for Arnold Palmer Popsicles!
Hi Uncommon Designs readers! Kimberly from A Night Owl here! I’m so excited to be here today sharing these Arnold Palmer Popsicles with you for One Crafty Summer! A little about me – I love all things crafts and cooking and am obsessed with Instagram, Pinterest – and during these Summer months, popsicles! To me, popsicle recipes are a crafty work of art as well. I love to try fun and new flavors, layers and more.
We make a lot of popsicles. We happen to live in sunny Arizona, so basically they’re an essential part of survival during the Summer months! One of our most popular popsicle recipes are these Sweet Tea Popsicles – they’re super tasty and combine a couple of my favorite things about Summer! So for you today, I thought we’d mix that recipe up a bit with these Arnold Palmer pops!
Now an Arnold Palmer is just a mix of iced tea and lemonade. So truly tasty, so naturally in popsicle form they’re great as well! We layered a combination of slightly sweetened tea and lemonade with just straight lemonade for these pretty and tasty pops.
Arnold Palmer Popsicles
Favorite black tea
Popsicle mold or Dixie cups and popsicle sticks
Bring 2 cups of water to a boil.data:text/mce-internal,
Remove from heat and pour over tea bag (I used family size).
Brew for 5 minutes, squeeze tea bag and discard.
Add 1/4 cup of sugar, stir until dissolved.
Add 1 cup of lemonade and 1 cup of ice and and stir until ice is melted.
Pour tea and lemonade mixture into the bottom two-thirds of the popsicle molds and freeze.
Pour lemonade into the top third of the popsicle mold and freeze.
Remove from popsicle molds and enjoy!
If using Dixie cups (as I did here), insert popsicle sticks when first layer is semi-solid.
Simple – just a few ingredients, can you believe it?! Now those are MY kind of recipes. A big thanks to Bonnie and Trish for having me today. I hope you enjoy (and try out!) this Arnold Palmer Popsicles recipe! If you love this one – be sure to stop by A Night Owl for MORE easy crafts and recipes! You can also find me on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and Google+ most days. I’m a social media addict! Be sure to say hi if you stop by! Here are some of our other favorite and popular popsicle recipes that you might also enjoy!
Have a happy, crafty Summer friends!
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