Ginger and lemonade ice lollies are the most refreshing summer treat! With hints of ginger, lemon and honey they are also very soothing.
It’s hot, the kids are out of school and it’s all about those chilly summer snacks that cool you down. So how perfect is an ice lolly! Which is really just a popsicle.
I had a childhood friend start a mobile ice cream truck, but she called the popsicles ice lollies.
I thought it was the cutest thing I ever heard and since these little lemonade popsicles are totally adorable, I thought we’d just go ahead and name them ginger lemonade ice lollies.
Okay, these are beyond easy to make. I used lemonade, water and ginger honey crystals from Prince of Peace Ginger. They are individual packets for making tea but they have honey in them, so the ginger/honey/lemon combo works like a dream.
They are so soothing. It’s a tad bit spicy from the ginger tea and then sweet and sour from the lemonade.
To make it you just dissolve a packet of the ginger honey crystals in to some hot water and then mix it with the lemonade.
You will need a popsicle mold for these. Or should we say, an ice lolly mold!
If you are feeling extra fun and fancy, maybe serving these to friends, (instead of kids) you can add a few lemon wedges inside like I did! Plus the additional of wooden popsicle sticks makes them even fancier. But totally optional.
All you do to add the lemon wedges is wait until they have sat in the freezer about an hour or two then slice them up and push them in if it’s started to freeze.
If you put them in the popsicle mold from the very beginning, they will just rise to the very top.
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Ginger Lemonade Ice Lollies
- 1 packet prince of peace ginger honey crystals
- 8 oz hot water
- 8 oz lemonade
- lemon slices optional
- Heat up 8 oz of water and add the honey crystals to it, stirring until dissolved
- Mix this with the lemonade
- Pour an equal amount in to each well of the popsicle mold
- Serve once frozen