Swedish fish in the sea ice pops were an idea that we had as we were going through all of the different popsicles that the ice cream man had in his van. Olivia wanted to make starfish and fish pops but she made sure that they weren’t going to taste like those ‘gross tuna fish cakes that I made that day’ because that makes her gag.
These don’t taste like that. They’re a simple popsicle that freezes quickly (4-6 hours) and are simple to make with a few ingredients.
Swedish Fish in the Sea Ice Pops
1.5 cups 7-up
1-2 drops blue food coloring
swedish fish candy
ice pop molds
Combine 1-2 drops of blue food coloring into 1.5 cups of 7-up and place into the ice pop molds. Put them in the freezer for 20 minutes, or until they start to freeze and take them out, placing a fish at the bottom of the popsicle mold.
Let freeze for 4-6 hours and run hot water over the ice pop molds to loosen the popsicle inside.