Orange Creamsicle always reminds me of the Flintstone Orange Push Pops from the 80s snd early 90s. We would ride our bikes to the 7-eleven and pick our treats from the case and then eat them outside of the store. I wasn’t into the bomb pop or a drumstick, all I needed was the Orange Push Pop.
These Orange Creamsicle Popsicles give me that same nostalgic feeling. A mix of orange and vanilla plus super easy to make.
These Orange Creamsicle Popsicles are pretty easy to make. A simple mix of Orange Jello, water, orange juice, and Vanilla Ice cream. So good.
If you are looking for a popsicle mold, then I love these molds I got from Amazon. But don’t worry, you can definitely still make these Orange Creamsicle Popsicles without a mold. All you need is a small dixie cup, popsicle sticks or straws, and some plastic wrap.
You’ll fill the cup with the Orange Creamsicle mixture about halfway full, then place the plastic wrap over the top of the cup then poke the popsicle stick or straw through the plastic wrap and into the mixture. The plastic wrap will hold the stick in place while it freezes. (Use a knife to poke a small hole in the plastic wrap to make it easier for the stick to go through).
Check out the recipe and video below and let me know what you think!
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A creamy mix of vanilla and orange for that childhood favorite Orange Creamsicle popsicle. Easy to make right at home.
2 small boxes (or 1 large box) Orange Jello
2 cups hot water
1 cup Orange Juice
2 cups Vanilla Ice Cream
1. In a large bowl, mix the hot water, Orange Jello powder, and orange juice. Mix together until the powder is dissolved.
2. Add the Vanilla Ice Cream to the mixture and mix together until ice cream is melted and all is combined.
3. In a popsicle mold, pour orange3 mixture into each mold until almost full and place popsicle stick inside.
4. If you do not have a popsicle mold at home, then you can use a small paper cup, plastic wrap and a popsicle stick or straw. Pour orange mixture about halfway up cup and cover with plastic wrap. Poke the popsicle stick or straw through the plastic wrap. (poke plastic with a knife if needed).
5. Place the popsicle mold or cups in the freezer and freeze for several hours and ideally overnight. Peel out of mold or cup and enjoy!