Patriotic Pops for Independence Day

Patriotic Pops for Independence Day

In case you missed our other red, white, and blue recipes, we’ve got one more in store! These ice pops from Dzung Lewis of Honeysuckle are as pretty as they are patriotic. Impress your guests with them this Fourth of July, or enjoy as a cool treat all summer long.

Patriotic Pops for Independence Day

4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. I have so many fond memories from growing up and celebrating with my family. One that stands out was when I was 9 and my family went on this big trip to the East Coast — we drove through New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania to see where my parents lived when they first came to America. We eventually ended up in Washington DC, where we sat  in front of the Washington Monument with our friends and family. We had a big picnic with so much good food, the kids played football and the parents played cards, and we stayed up watching the firecracker show behind the big statue. It was really special and one of the reasons why I love this holiday so much.

What better way to cool down this Independence Day than with these patriotic popsicles made with fresh fruit and greek yogurt? They’re vibrant and colorful, yet healthy and delicious!

Fourth of July Popsicles


2 cups blueberries

2 cups strawberries

3 tbsp honey

2 tbsp lemon juice

1 cup greek yogurt

3 tbsp milk

Popsicle molds


  1. Add blueberries and 1 teaspoon of honey to food processor and puree. Make sure to leave it a little bit chunky so the popsicles still have the original fruit texture. Transfer the blueberry mixture into a bowl and set aside.
  2. Clean food processor.
  3. Add strawberries, another teaspoon of honey, and lemon juice to food processor and puree. Transfer this strawberry mixture into a different bowl and set aside.
  4. Combine greek yogurt, milk, and honey and stir until it becomes a thin mixture. You want the yogurt thin enough that it can easily be transferred into the popsicle molds.
  5. Layer the different colored mixtures (red, white, blue) into the popsicle molds. (More details in video!)
  6. Freeze two hours to overnight until completely frozen.
  7. To remove the popsicle from the mold, run under warm water for 15-30 seconds then pop them out.

~ Dzung Lewis of Honeysuckle

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