Make summer fun with these lime popsicles! Deliciously tart & sweet, they’re a simple way to stay cool and enjoy the season.
lime popsicle recipe
To me, warmer weather means getting outside with family. I have two active little girls who want to be outdoors 24/7. No exaggeration. And we want to encourage that, right?
Being outside everyday means that we have to make it priority to stay hydrated. Drinking water and eating plenty of fruit helps.
INGREDIENTS FOR THESE LIMEADE POPSICLES:
- 3 limes, 1 sliced, 2 squeezed for juice
- 2 cups, water
- 1/2 cup, simple syrup
DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING THESE LIMEADE POPSICLES:
- Combine water, simple syrup, and lime juice in a large liquid measuring cup.
- Stir until completely mixed.
- Pour into popsicle mold.
- Add slice of lime to each.
- Freeze until solid. (about 4 hours)
- Pop out and enjoy!
I always feel better when I’m well-hydrated, and it’s even more important when we’re sweating it out in the summer months. I make it a priority to keep water around and serve hydrating snacks.
Although I always have my water bottle at the ready, my kids are less likely to stop for regular water breaks. The solution? This refreshing limeade popsicle recipe.
SO simple to make, it barely requires a recipe. Literally simple syrup & lime-infused water. Still… oh so good and most definitely kid-approved.
Combine simple syrup (store-bought or homemade), water, and lime juice; then pour into a popsicle mold. I like to add a slice of lime to mine as well. They’ll freeze up in about 4 hours.
HANDY TOOLS TO MAKE THIS RECIPE EVEN EASIER:
- popsicle molds – durable, easy to store, easy to clean
- measuring cup – pour spout, easy clean, good size for mixing
When we’re outside, I like to take snack breaks with the kids and pass around some popsicles. Gives everyone a chance to cool off.
frequently asked questions
What is the difference between limeade and lemonade?
Very simply…lemonade is made with lemon juice, water and sugar and limeade is made with lime juice, water and sugar.
What is in sonic limeade?
At Sonic, they mix Sprite with lime juice and serve it over ice for their limeade.
How do you make popsicle molds at home?
There are many things you can use in your home if you don’t have popsicle molds. You can use wood sticks, sucker sticks, or even toothpicks and place them into yogurt cups, ice cube trays, mini or regular muffin tins, or even small cups.
Share some limeade popsicles with the ones you love!
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 101 Total Fat: 0g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 52mg Carbohydrates: 26g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 23g Protein: 0g