The Partiologist: Popsicle...Cups!


I wanted to make a NEW red, white and blue layered dessert.  Layered Jello?  Nope.  Layered Cake?  Nope.  Layered Pudding?  Nope.  Layered Ice Cream?  Nope.  Layered  Popsicles?  Yep.  Maybe this will be the dessert that takes the nation by storm.  Or maybe not.  But it is easy and we all like easy.  No mixing, just layering. 

I now present the "Red, White & Blue Popsicle Cups"!
 These little beauties can be made ahead of time.  This is what you need~
Fun Pops or what I call them - "POPSICLES"
Pull out a couple of the red and blue tubes and a few little glasses.
Pour half of each Popsicle in the bottom of the glasses and freeze~
The rest is History.  As in I forgot to take more photos. 
Spoon in the cool whip.
Wipe any off the side of the glass if you get a little sloppy.  Freeze.
Top with half of the blue Popsicle in each glass.  Freeze.
Add a dollop of whipped cream, sprinkles & a Party Pick!
Now you'll have lots of other leftover colors of Popsicles.  So you know what that means?  You can use them for any other occasion.  Or eat them frozen out of the tube...oh what memories.

For The People, By The People Partiologist!


  1. What a fun and perfect cool treat for the 4th of July and all summer long!

  2. What a cute idea, Kim. And the presentation is awesome. ♥

  3. Genius! Is it soft enough for little ones to spoon?

  4. Thanks everyone!!!! If you take them out of the freezer a little while before serving, they should be "slushy" enough to spoon.

  5. I am SO making these!!! Something that I think I can do and not ruin:)
    My grandkiddos will love them! Thank you!!!

  6. Very cute and very refreshing idea!

  7. Wow! I think even I could do these! Cheeron

  8. Adorable and will be sharing! Nice tip!

  9. I love these and I'm sure my children will, too! Definitely make these for the 4th! Pinned!

  10. So adorable. Every time I read your blog I'm inspired. Love everything you do!!!!! <----- See, all those exclamation points are proof.

  11. This will sweep my household by storm! You're so stinkin cool!

  12. What a great idea - I never would have thought to "repurpose" pops! I'd love to have you link this up to my Patriotic Link-Up Party, if you're interested pop on over and share any patriotic recipes or projects you'd like! I really like the glasses you made with the stars - very cute!

  13. Thanks for linking up. Very cute. And I always forget to take in between pictures. I think I just get so caught up in recipes or projects that I don't stop for pics.

  14. What a fantastic and easy DIY. Leave it to you to come up with something so new and fresh and yet using an ingredient we are all familiar with.
    Where did you get the adorable "Uncle Sams"....they really make it pop.

  15. Woops to above....meant to say "Uncle Sam Hats"

    1. Thanks Lexy! I picked them up at Hobby Lobby last year. Maybe they'll have something similar this year.

  16. I loved all of your fun ideas for the 4th this year! I wanted to let you know that you were featured on my Best 4th of July ideas post at:
    If you would like a featured button, I have them here: Thanks!

  17. How creative! I'm a new follower and I’d love for you to share this on Tuesday’s Tidbits at Naptime Delights:


  18. Thanks for linking! I love this idea and your creativity!


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