Easy Soda Popsicles

Happy 4th of July! I know, you’ve got SO MUCH to do today, like swimming and grilling and trying not to light yourself on fire. But can I have two seconds? That’s all these Soda Popsicles take!

Soda Popsicles

In case you needed a super simple, easy, and fast recipe for this afternoon, I wanted to show you these Soda Popsicles! Literally ONE ingredient. I mean…how easy is that?

See how Jordan’s smiling in that picture? She thinks she’s being all sneaky because she’s getting to have some Coke. I’m getting a kick out of it because I used caffeine free! 🙂

You NEED this Soda Popsicle recipe today. Really, you do. Head on over to eBay to get the recipe!

Get the Soda Popsicle Recipe HERE!

And, because you’re making popsicles, you’ll need tools:

Everything you need to make the perfect popsicle

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And then tomorrow morning when you feel super heavy because of all that cake, ice cream, and all those burgers you ate, you need to have something healthy for breakfast. Enter my favorite oatmeal recipe: Banana Bread Oatmeal!

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Get the Banana Bread Oatmeal HERE on eBay too!

Have a great holiday. Tomorrow I’m sharing the most over-the-top glorious pancakes. You don’t want to miss them!

xo,
Dorothy

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  1. Dorothy – This is so reminiscent of my childhood. We used to love making juice popsicles and soda popsicles. I love all of the new molds that are out there for just this thing. 🙂 The perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day.

  2. Wow, sounds great! These would be cool in ice cube trays, then use them in a glass with soda and it won’t get watered down. 🙂

  3. I was hardcore addicted to Coke popsicles in high school, Dorothy. Like, could have supported the Coca-Cola company solo with all the popsicles I was making. Such happy memories! No wonder Jordan looks so happy…

  4. Yes! Root beer popsicles! My mom used to make teeny popsicles by pouring Kool-Aid into ice cube trays and sticking in toothpicks. I think yours are slightly more sophisticated 🙂 I hope it cools off there soon!