Raspberry Lemonade Ice Pops

Raspberry Lemonade Ice Pops are extremely easy to make using our Monin syrups. Feel free to adapt to whatever flavor sounds best to you and your family!

What other flavor combinations can I make?

The options are limitless with what flavor your can make your pops! Plus, you can even change it up and mix flavors, or create a variety of flavor options. Additional Syrup options that we offer are: Stone Fruit (#1636), Cherry (#1637), Blackberry (#1854), Peach (#5884), or Coconut (#8602).

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This simple treat is pretty straightforward, and it’s easy to adapt for other flavors! The basic ingredients are: 3 parts water to 1 part flavoring. Typically, that means a few tbsp of water (or lemonade) + 1 tbsp Monin syrup *per mold*. Adapt as needed for your molds, and enjoy! This will quickly become a favorite summer treat.

Raspberry Lemonade Ice Pops



  1. First, if you are using the Country Time Lemonade, prepare your mixture.
  2. Then, pour *3 tbsp of your water or Lemonade into each of your molds. Follow this with 1 tbsp. Simply cover the molds after filling them, and place in the freezer until frozen. But, if your mold doesn’t come with sticks, add sticks to the center of the filling before placing in the freezer.
  3. After about 4-5 hours in the freezer, remove the ice pops from the freezer and take out your pops.
  4. Enjoy on a hot summer day!

Recipe notes:

*For more tangy flavor, try adding our Country Time Lemonade (#2536) to your water.
*Be sure to adapt the measurements based on the size of your molds. Too much syrup will make your ice pop too sugary.
*Adding frozen fruit to your pops is a wonderful addition for more pops of flavor.


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