These Flower Ice Pops Are Almost Too Beautiful to Eat
Embrace the month of floral celebration with GC’s homemade ice pops! Made with edible flowers, our popsicles are a beautiful addition to any party (especially if you’re looking to take the next step after making our floral ice cubes). Encourage Lil’ Sprouts to think about what flavors they like– Rose? Lavender? Basil? You can even try mixing in herbs from your garden!
Effortless and impressive, these floral ice pops are sure to inspire guests with their bright colors and delicate taste. Substitute in seasonal flowers and enjoy year round–even in the colder months, these ice pops are too beautiful to pass up!
Floral Ice Pops10 mins
Fill the popsicle molds with your liquid of choice.
Gently rinse the flowers before adding them to each mold.
Place in the freezer until set (about 2 hours).
Remove, let warm on the counter for 5 minutes (to make the pops easier to remove from the mold) and enjoy!
(Read our entire Floral Ice Pops story here.)
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