Orange Dixie Cup Popsicles

By May 11, 20157 Comments

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I do not know if this is all over the nation, or just in Chicago. It seems to me that, much like cereal, popsicles have become VERY expensive. I just bought Sour Patch Popsicles for Benny, and they were…wait. for. it…$7! Ouch!

I seem to remember seeing a FB video where someone made some really yummy looking margarita popsicles in Dixie Cups. It’s gotta be that easy to make non-alcoholic popsicles for my kiddos this summer.

Guess what…it is…and it couldn’t be simpler. Get ready to add these Dixie Cup Popsicles to your list of kid friendly dessert recipes to try this summer.

Use Dixie Cups to make popsicles this summer | easy popsicle recipe | homemade orange popsicles

Dixie Cup Popsicles


  • 1 can frozen OJ
  • 1/2 cup half and half
  • 6oz water
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 10-12 ice cubes

Popsicles in Dixie Cups is the best of the kid friendly dessert recipes on our list to try this summer!

All you have to do is put ingredients in a blender and mix it up. Pour mixture into Dixie Cups and set in the freezer for about half an hour. Then put your sticks in and let freeze overnight. Then, peel and eat!

A few simple ingredients are all you need to make your own popsicles with Dixie Cups this summer. Great kid friendly dessert recipe. | homemade popsicles

I think I’m going to try raspberry, or chocolate next. It’s gonna be a great summer!

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