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Gummy bear ice blocks recipe

These Gummy bear ice blocks are a sweet treat for the little ones in your life. They will enjoy helping you make them and they are so simple.

Serving Size:

6

Category:

Ingredients:

  • 1 pkt (175g)  gummy bear lollies
  • 1 cup (250ml) lemonade

Method:

Step 1. Divide your gummy bears up so you have one of each colour x 6.

Step 2. Pour the lemonade into a jug.

Step 3. Place the gummy bears into the ice block molds. Pour over lemonade to the top.

Step 4. Freeze overnight.

Gummy bear ice blocks

Notes:

  • You can use any sweet drink that you like. I have used orange juice and also pink lemonade in this recipe.
  • I used a Zoku pop maker because I was pressed for time. They make an ice block in 7-9 minutes but you will have exactly the same results from pop molds you have in your pantry.
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  • This recipe was created by Jennifer Cheung for Kidspot, New Zealand's best recipe finder.