Check out this rainbow Jello Popsicles recipe! No drip, and kid-friendly. A fun and fruity flavor popsicle made with Jello and water. That is all it takes to make this layered frozen popsicle. Cool down with these homemade Jello freezer pops.
You can essentially use any colors and flavors of Jello as you would like. Or do a single flavor if you don’t want a rainbow-layered popsicle. Kids will love helping and devouring these hydrating popsicles.
Looking for more bright-colored treats – Tie Dye Layered cake, Summer Fruit Tray, Tie Dye Pancakes, or even this Poke cake.
Why This Jello Popsicles Recipe Is A Must Make
- Layers of colors like a rainbow
- Full of sweet fruity flavors
- You can do as few or as many layers as you would like
- Affordable to make
- Refrigerate all the extra jello for another snack
- A cool treat for summer months, and even a St. Patty’s day treat.
What do I need for this recipe
- Popsicle mold
How to Make
Full directions for these freezer Jello pops are in the printable recipe card below. This is a quick walk-through.
Start with one flavor of Jello. Heat up water, and stir in the Jello. Once the mixture is well mixed and granules are melted, add in the ice.
Then pour around 1 tablespoon of Jello into mold and place in the freezer to set up.
Repeat until all the layers are set up.
How Much Flavor of Each Jello To Pour into Popsicle Molds
This all depends on the size of your popsicle molds. I used a tablespoon of each, and it worked perfectly. I poured each tablespoon into a clean medicine cup that came on top of some cold medicine we have. Then, used the medicine cup to pour the Jello into the popsicle mold. It worked perfectly!! Perfectly measured and no drips!!
How Long Will These Popsicles Freeze For
The popsicles will freeze for 1-2 months. You will find they are best when eaten within the first few months of being made. They normally don’t last more than a week in our home.
Can I Use Any Flavor of Jello
Any flavor works great. I have not tried doing it with sugar free Jello but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work. It might just freeze a bit harder than regular Jello.
Want More Frozen Treats
- Iced Coffee Popsicles
- Mason Jar Ice Cream (Keto)
- Kool Aid Ice Cream
- Fruity Pebble Ice Cream Sandwiches
Jello Popsicle Recipe
is a frozen treat made with Jello! A refreshing rainbow treat that is bursting with sweet flavor in each bite. Give this Jello dessert a try today.
- Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue (any flavors) 3 oz. boxes of Jello
- Using a large glass microwave-safe measuring cup , microwave 1 cup of water for 3 minutes or until boiling. Mix in the entire packet of Jello
- . Add 1 cup of ice cubes and mix together until they melt.
- Fill up each popsicle mold 1/5 of the way (or divided equally in whatever amount of flavors you have), let freeze for 1-2 hours or until frozen.
- Then repeat the process with the next flavor.
***Hack for making perfectly even rainbow popsicles: I found that one tablespoon of each flavor (with a little extra of blue on top) worked perfectly to fill up my popsicle molds with five flavors. How much you use will depend on the size of your molds and how many flavors you are using. The first time I used the tablespoon to put the jello in the mold, it kept dripping all over and did NOT pour well. So, I poured each tablespoon into a clean medicine cup that came on top of some cold medicine we have. THEN, used the medicine cup to pour the Jello into the popsicle mold. It worked perfectly!! Perfectly measured and no drips!!
Frugal Hack: I hated to throw away the extra jello from making rainbow popsicles, so with each layer, I poured the extra jello into a 9x13 pan and let it chill in the fridge. It made perfect rainbow Jello!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 10 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 9Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 4mgCarbohydrates: 2gFiber: 0gSugar: 2gProtein: 0g