Hey Love Bugs! I’m back with yet another super cool treat that the entire family will enjoy. A few years ago I created a post on How-To Make Thrills which was a huge hit so this time I wanted to share yet another yummy recipe with my readers. As soon as the weather hits an all time high trust me these cool sweet treats will save you both time and money. I can recall as a little girl running around the corner to purchase a few thrills for both my sister Summer and I. We’re from the by way of Savannah and that’s what we call them but they have a plethora of names such as freeze pops, ice pops, ice cups, freezer pops and paleta. In my opinion these are probably the easiest cool treat to make and the kids absolutely joining in on all of the fun. My last recipe used really basic things that I promise you that you will either have around the house or will cost you less than $5 to make for the entire family and a few friends too. As a child pineapple was my favorite and I just loved when my mom added fruit so that’s what were making today so grab your supplies and let’s get started.
- Plastic Cups
- Popsicle Sticks
- 3 cups of Sugar (If you like them sweet)
- Dole Pineapple Juice
- Dole Crushed Pineapples with syrup
- Tray/Cupcake Pan
1. Shake your pineapple juice before opening and then add to a pitcher or bowl. Decide what type of flavored drink or juice that you will use and add more sugar to make the thrill sweeter.
2. Pour crushed pineapples into the pineapple juice.
3. Slowly add your sugar cup by cup. If you want your thrills to stay sweet and not lose their sweetness continue to add sugar up to 3 cups.
4. Pour pineapple mixture in cups and place a popsicle stick inside for the handle.
5. Place thrills inside a cupcake pan or on a tray to ensure that the cups do not tumble over while in the freezer.
6. If you decide to making multiple layers with different flavors simply pour the first layer in the cup and freeze for 30 minutes then repeat the same steps to add additional layers.
7. Allow thrills to stay in the freezer for a few hours or until the Thrill completely hardens.
Serve and Enjoy!
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