Push up pop orange
Make orange sherbet push up pops at home. This yummy, refreshing frozen treat only requires three ingredients!
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Push Up Pops. Who remembers them? Those frozen neon orange treats in cylindrical form. As a kid, I can remember reaching deep into a cold freezer chest in the corner of a dimly lit convenience store. The hum of the motor loud in my ears. The blast of cold air feels refreshing on a humid Mississippi summer’s day. My arm emerges with a white cardboard tube covered in a kaleidoscope of dots in the primary colors.
If the store’s freezer was worth a flip, sometimes the pop would be so frozen solid you’d have to mash the plastic stick against a counter or a door frame to get the sherbert up past the cardboard carton. Widespread slurping immediately followed. The more you slurped the tangy, creamy treat, the soggier the cardboard wrapper became. But at this point, who cared?
Fed up with the unreliable supply of one of my favorite summertime treats, I decided to make my own push up pops. I found these reusable plastic push up pop containers.
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