I have been noticing quite a few Easter Egg Popsicles on the web and I think they are absolutely adorable. I thought about making a few myself, I figure my girls would love them. I headed out to the garage to my Easter stuff and found two Jello molds that are in the shape of Easter Eggs. A few years ago I purchased the Jello molds along with Jello to make Jello eggs; they were a lot of fun and always a hit at a party! (I will be making some soon.) When I came across the molds my mind instantly thought they would be perfect for making popsicles!
What you will need:
- Easter egg mold
- Juice or liquid of choice
- Popsicle sticks
Here is picture of the Easter Egg Jello mold that I have; you can also purchase other ones similar at Walmart, Target and on Amazon.
Close the Jello molds, make sure that you have them mold closed tightly. Then, use a funnel to add your liquid of choice, we used apple juice and fruit punch in ours. When pouring in the liquid make sure to leave a little room for expansion, as the liquid freezes it will raise.
Insert popsicle sticks into the Jello egg mold.
Place the Jello mold (now repurposed as popsicle mold) in the freezer. Freezing time will vary on the type of liquid you use.
Remove the Popsicles from the freezer! I stared by running the mold under warm water, you can let them set out of the freeze for a while to help with removing the popsicles from the mold. Once, the mold felt a lose I used a butter knife to wiggle the mold completely lose. I will admit that it takes a few minutes to get the popsicles out of the mold, but worth it when you see the smiles on the kids’ faces.
Remove the top of the mold and pull out your Easter Egg Popsicles out!
Enjoy your popsicles, the Easter Egg Popsicle’s are ready to eat!
My girls were so excite to taste test the Easter Egg Popsicles.
The Jello molds worked perfectly for making EASTER EGG POPSICLES!
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