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Gummy Bomb Pops


Ok, so this might not look like much to you, but to my kid it is HEAVEN. It combines his two favorite things in the world. Popsicles and gummy candy. That’s right. We froze gummy cherries into the middle of this refreshing homemade popsicle. Dream. Come. True.

Oh the joy of making these matched the joy of eating them. Easy and delicious. Perfect for the 4th of July and birthday parties. As an added bonus, they now sell popsicle molds that catch all the melting liquid and provide a spout for drinking it when the popsicle is all gone. How thoughtful! Now for the recipe

Gummy Fruit Popsicle Recipe

Prep Time: 15 mins

1 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice
4 cups warm water
1/3 cup sugar
1/4 cup agave nectar
1 package gummy fruits
8 to 10 popsicle molds

Dissolve sugar in water. Whisk well. Add lemon juice and agave. Continue to whisk until completely combined. It should be very sweet. (If it’s not sweet enough, it will get bitter when frozen.) Pour liquid into popsicle molds and drop a gummy fruit into each mold. Cover and freeze. Make sure they are frozen all the way through before removing from molds – it takes a bit longer with the gummy inside. Run fully frozen popsicle molds under a little warm water before pulling out pops.

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