These Orange Julius Dixie® cup pops are perfect for a hot summer day, bringing back the days of visiting the mall and getting that cool, refreshing citrus treat. The best part is that these summer pops are unbelievably easy to make.
You only need four simple ingredients to make these orange cream dessert pops. Delicious and cooling treats don’t have to be complicated.
Be sure to check out this easy mixed berry Dixie® cup pops recipe, too.
Orange Julius Dixie Cup Pops
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I love sweet and easy treats the kids can help with, especially during summer when they’re home all day. Today it was a bit warm so we made one of my favorite flavors from my childhood, inspired by Orange Julius.
These orange pops are super tasty and are a combination of the citrus drink and the dreamy goodness of a Creamsicle®, but they’re not exactly like either. But they are really easy to make – just have a blender handy.
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How Long Does it Take for the Ice Pops to Set?
Each time we make these, my daughter asks, “Are they ready yet?” about 300 times. It’s hard, but you’re going to need a bit of patience for these.
For the best results, leave the pops in the freezer at least 2-4 hours. We usually make them in the morning and are enjoying them in the afternoon summer sun.
Can I use Different Types of Frozen Juice to Make Dixie® Cup Pops?
Yes, you can use other types of frozen juice to make all types of flavors of these frozen desserts. This is one of the other best reasons to make this fun treat – we’ve tried this with a few others and it’s gone well.
You can mix and match juices, as well. On our list to try next are a few of our favorite carbonated waters. Even though the fizz will be gone, we really like the raspberry “bubble water.”
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How To Make Orange Julius Creamy Pops
Below is the written and printable recipe. These orange popsicles are so simple, I recommend asking the kids to jump in and help. This is the perfect way to create a sweet, frozen treat without having to use a popsicle mold.
You can opt to add vanilla extract, however, I don’t feel it’s necessary with the condensed milk. If you substitute regular milk, add a 1/2 teaspoon of extract.
More Sweet Treats You Might Like
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- Easy Strawberry Shortcake Cupcakes are the Best Summer Treat – Perfect for a summer birthday party, these can be prepared in advance.
- Lemonade Cupcakes are Perfect for a Summer Pool Party – Everyone will love these yummy cupcakes and they’re light enough even for the hottest days.
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