Today we are making a simple popsicle bar that will be the hit of any summer party or casual get together like backyard barbecues or pool parties. Kids of all ages (and adults too) will love being able to grab their favorite popsicle flavors from the simple to set up popsicle bar.
We partnered with Popsicle® Brand Ice pops – the Original Summertime Treat – to create this fun Popsicle bar. Popsicle has been bringing the fun with bright colors and bold, icy-cool refreshing flavors since 1905.
Summer Party Popsicle Bar
A summer popsicle bar is easy to create with just a few supplies and brings color and a festive feel to any outdoor party. This is the perfect way to serve popsicles in your backyard.
Related: Homemade popsicle recipes for summer
Supplies Needed to Make a Popsicle Bar
- Popsicle® Brand Ice pops
- Lemon-lime soda
- Disposable baking dishes
- Clear plastic cups
What Popsicle Flavors Did We Use?
We featured traditional Orange, Cherry, and Grape Popsicles, along with Jolly Rancher Popsicles and Tropical Paradise Popsicles in our Popsicle bar.
How to Make a Popsicle Bar in Your Backyard
Start by adding ice to the disposable baking dishes.
Unwrap Popsicle ice pops and place individually in clear plastic cups.
Set inside the baking dishes and surround with ice. This will keep the ice pops cold during your party!
How to Serve the Popsicles
Serve the ice pops with lemon-lime soda for a fun, refreshing drink that will become more flavorful as the Popsicle melts.
The kids loved the combination of soda and popsicles. Every one seemed to eat it just a little different way which was part of the fun!
What Our Popsicle Bar Looked Like
Brightly colored popsicles sitting in clear glasses inside of ice made for a colorful display that brought the kids running.
You could strategically choose the colors of the popsicles you use if you want to match a theme or color scheme.
My favorite was the striped pops. They just seemed to have the coolest look on the popsicle bar and rapidly disappeared when the party guests saw them!
More Popsicle Fun from Kids Activities Blog
- Make dinosaur popsicle treats with these cute popsicle trays.
- These candy popsicles are one of my favorite summer treats.
- Make jello popsicles for a drip free treat.
- Homemade pudding pops are fun to make and eat.
- Try and instant popsicle maker. We have thoughts!
- Veggie popsicles are yummy and healthy!
Did you make a popsicle bar? What suggestions do you have?