4th of July Strawberry Lemonade and Orange Beet Freezer Pops

Celebrate the 4th of July with homemade freezer pops! And decorate pop bags with stars and stripes for your Independence Day bbq.

Celebrate the 4th of July by making some adorable stars and stripes freezer pops! Click through to see how they are made.

Who said the 4th of July had to be all red, white and blue?

I skipped the food coloring this year and traded the traditional Independence day colors for these all-natural colors using Natalie’s juices. Freezer pops are a great way to enjoy your favorite juices in this crazy summer heat. My summer favorites are the strawberry lemonade and orange beet. They make the most delicious treats with minimal effort.

Since every 4th of July bbq wouldn’t be complete without popsicles, I dressed mine using white star and stripe stickers. Check out the tutorial below to see how they were made.

These homemade freezer pops are easy to make! Pour your favorite juices into decorated pop bags. So perfect for a 4th of July party!

Ingredients: Natalie’s Strawberry Lemonade / Natalie’s Orange Beet Juice
Supplies: freezer pop bags / small funnelwhite adhesive vinyl / stars and stripes template / scissors or cutting machine

Step 1: Cut the adhesive vinyl into star and stripe stickers. I used my Silhouette to do this, but you can also cut them out by hand using the printable template as a guide. Place the stickers on the back side of the freezer bags (the front side has printing on them).

Step 2: Use the funnel to pour the juices into each bag. Be sure to only fill up to the fill line. Seal the bags and place in the freezer horizontally over night. Take the out of the freezer just before serving and enjoy!

Natalie's Juices make the most delicious freezer pops! Just pour them into zip top popsicle bags. Click through to see how to make 4th of July themed pop bags.

These all-natural homemade freezer pops sure beat the artificially colored and sweetened ones I had grown up. Click through to see how they are made!

Want to see what other delicious recipes I’ve made with Natalie’s fresh juices? Check them out here.

This post is sponsored by Natalie’s Juice. Thanks so much for supporting the brands that keep Sarah Hearts going!


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