Floral Ice Pops That are Almost Too Pretty to Eat

floral ice pops
Photo: Inga Howe-Geniesse for Garden Collage
Celebrate summer with flower popsicles.

What better way to celebrate the start of summer than with Garden Collage's homemade ice pops? Made with edible flowers, these popsicles are a beautiful addition to any party. Think outside the box and test out flavors like rose and lavender, or even try mixing in herbs from your garden, like basil!

floral ice pop ingredients

Effortless and impressive, these floral ice pops are sure to inspire guests with their bright colors and delicate taste. Substitute in seasonal flowers and enjoy year round–even in the colder months, these ice pops are too beautiful to pass up!


  • Popsicle mold
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Coconut water, lemonade or any other lightly-colored juice or tea
  • Edible flowers or herbs


Step 1: Fill the popsicle molds with your liquid of choice.

Step 2: Gently rinse the flowers before adding them to each mold.

Step 3: Place in the freezer until set (about 2 hours)

Step 4: Remove, let warm on the counter for 5 minutes to allow for easy removal, then enjoy!

floral ice popsicles

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