I made Ice Cream Pops for a fellow blogger as a guest post and she loved it. That post was very popular. I always wanted to do another Ice Cream Pops post for myyellowapron.com and the reasons being, this is such an easy to put together dessert and literally takes no time at all. All you got to do is, get your flavors, layer them up and then pop a popsicle stick in and voila!! Your treats are ready. They look amazing, no? Kids like colors and for kids these Ice Cream Pops are always a hit.
You bring these Ice Cream Pops to a kid’s birthday party or even for a sleep over and see their eyes lighting up. They get excited about the layers of flavors in one serving of ice cream.
And the best part about these Ice Cream Pops is they so pretty yet use only 3 ingredients. And preparation time? Zero. So, stop buying ice cream treats, you can make your own layered ice cream pops with all your favorite ice cream flavors.
In the spirit of India’s Independence Day, I choose those three colors that are o the flag – Green, White, and Orangish Yellow
For Green, I used Green tea ice cream. You can go for Mint or Pistachio as well
For White, I used Plain Vanilla Ice cream. You can go for Coconut.
For Orangish Yellow, I used Mango Ice Cream
- 1 container Mango ice cream
- 1 container Vanilla ice cream
- 1 container Green Tea ice cream
- Popsicle sticks
- Line a baking pan with waxed paper, extending over edges of the pan.
- Soften the green tea ice cream so that it will be easy to spread. Spoon all of the green tea ice cream in the bottom of the prepared pan and spread until flat with the back of a spoon. You may need to dip the spoon in hot water.
- Place in freezer for 2 hours
- Repeat the same process for the other two layers. Before putting in the freezer after the last layer, add the popsicle sticks. Freeze overnight.
- Remove ice cream from the pan and cut into squares with a knife that has been dipped in hot water.
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Lovely, Aish! Happy Independence Day. 🙂
Thank you Aruna!
Yum! Who doesn’t love a colorful ice cream treat! I love how easy these are to make too!
I love the colors in those ice cream pops. The green and gold are perfect for the end of summer into the early fall!
What a fun, delicious and colorful recipe! I want a lick of those gorgeous popsicles! A perfect way to end summer.
After reading this I want something sweet now! This sounds like a great recipe!
I love ice cream! Ice cream is why I love summer! and mango is one of my fav flavours! never had green tea ice cream though, so interesting!
I’ve seen this done with dixie cups to make them easier to serve. Great idea — love the flavor combo.
These look yummy and would also be a great recipe or cooking activity to do with kids! The two hour wait will be worth it though and there are so many flavor options! Thanks
How fun were those pops! I love the photography as well, doesn’t melting ice cream make you want it even more?
I would never have thought to make a ice cream pops like this. So simple, colorful, and easy!
Such a cute way to represent you country’s flag!! Super delicious loved all the flavors 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳
Those look yummy. The only bad part is that I would have trouble waiting overnight. I totally want to eat them now. Other than that, such a perfect homemade treat!
Your ice cream pops is making me drool! It looks incredibly yummy. I want one
love the easy recipe and beautiful colors.Looks yummy!!
These are so fun!! I love all the flavors you used, too 🙂
Looks so colorful and mixture of tastes..yummy
These ice cream pops look delicious and so great for the rest of the Summer. I would love to make this for my upcoming party. Thanks for sharing.
These ice cream pops looks great and yummy. I hope if I can do it 🙂
Great for putting together a quick and fun dessert!
They look a little messy but cute!
Looks so tempting!
These look so creamy and delicious! I bet the kids just loved them!
Drooling creamy Ice cream.
These ice cream pops are adorable. It would be cute to try and make the flags of different countries with different ice cream colors, too!
These are cute! And I really like the flavors that you used!
Thank you Trisha.
Thank you! Yes, that was the idea
Thank you Dimple
Thank you! Yes, they loved it
Thank you Jagruti
Thank you 😊
Thank you and yes!
Thank you and yes it’s very easy
Lots of great flavours and fantastic colours happening here. Certainly can’t but these in the store.
These look super unique and yummy! I think my Kiddies would get a kick out of trying something a bit different . . .
You’ve used such an interesting flavour combination! Love mango ice cream–and it contrasts nicely with the other two.
What perfect summer recipe. I love the flavor combination. It’s kind of like having your own neapolitan creation.
All three of my favorite ice creams in one!
I love the unusual flavours of ice cream that you used, the green tea sounds like an interesting flavour for ice cream.
My kids love ice cream. They also love anything on a stick! This is perfect for a summer snack!
These pops are perfect for a hot day.With different colours,I am sure any kid will love these.I’d like to try these pops with my kids…
Yum!!! These look lovely! 😊😋🍦
I am a big fan of icecrem! This is one of my type! I am Teo a lifestyle blogger too! Keep in touch and see my new post too on Euframe.blogspot.com
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