Rainbow Berry Rooibos Ice Pops are a refreshing homemade healthy summertime iced tea popsicle made with organic rooibos herbal tea, mixed berries and just a touch of honey.
Refreshing Rainbow Berry Rooibos Ice Pops
A fabulous way to cool off these hot and steamy summer months is to enjoy our refreshing cooling ice lollies. Whether, you are a kid or adult, these little berry ice pops are sure to please. You are going to love our Rainbow Berry Rooibos Ice Pops because they are fruity, organic, herbal, have no refined sugar and no caffeine. They have only 3 ingredients and only take about 5 minutes to make. You got to love that!
Rooibos Herbal Tea
Have you tried organic Fraser Tea? We love their Rainbow Rooibos Organic Herbal Tea. This herbal tea is delicious either hot or iced but absolutely fantastic in an ice pop. With sweet Michigan cherries, raspberries, coconut, lemongrass, organic rooibos and honey bush teas, this tea is naturally sweet and aromatic and really makes these popsicles special.
You can use either loose leaf tea or sachets for this recipe. We like to brew our tea hot for this recipe as it helps melt and incorporate the honey into the ice pop mixture.
Did you know that you can make many delicious summertime recipes with tea? Be sure to try our Matcha Banana Strawberry Ice Cream Cups, Spicy Chocolate Chai Pu-erh Chia Pudding, Magic Matcha Bars or Homemade Cream Earl Grey Bubble Tea.
Burst of Seasonal Berries
Strawberries, cherries, blueberries and raspberries are all in season right now. Have you been out to the farms berry picking yet? When we were little, our parents used to take us strawberry picking early in the morning, WITHOUT ANY BREAKFAST. So, when you are about 5 years old, it goes something like this… One strawberry in the basket and one strawberry in our mouths and this process was repeated for about 4 quarts. Trust us! We were so sick of strawberries that we could not look at another strawberry for the rest of the year.
However, the fun did not end there. Then, we were all shuttled back home and had to clean the strawberries and pull the green tops off so they could be frozen and make lots of Strawberry Rhubarb Refrigerator Jam.
The great news is that you can use either fresh or frozen berries in our Rainbow Berry Rooibos Ice Pops.
No Refined Sugar
We love our treats and desserts only delicately sweet. It allows you to taste the delicate berry flavors and the herbal tea. Honey is delightful addition and we add it to the rooibos herbal tea when it is still hot. However, if you want to make this recipe vegan, you can exchange with sugar, sugar alternative or even maple syrup. To keep this recipe low carb, exchange honey with a sugar alternative of choice like stevia. We have learned that once you quit sugar and allow the natural flavors of your food shine, you need less sweeteners.
Ice Pop (Popsicle) Molds
There are so many popsicle molds on the market today. We remember just using Dixie cups (paper disposable cups) with a wooden stick when living at home. Now, there are everything from these fancy one time use disposable ice pop bags to silicone molds and everything in between. Rainbow Berry Rooibos Ice Pops is a quick and easy recipe. Check out these easy steps below to making this refreshing summer treat.
Popsicles, Ice Pops & Ice Lollies
So, what do you call these delicious frozen treats? Let us know in the comments what you call them and what country you are from. This is so interesting all the different names they are referred to. Maybe we can all learn a few new words from a language too.
- Ice Lollies
- Ice Candy
- Freezer pops
- Ice Sticks
- Ice Pops
Frequent Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
The easy way to unmold a popsicle is to either set you popsicle molds in a pan of warm water for a few seconds or run the popsicles molds under hot water for 10 to 15. Be careful to not get the popsicle itself wet. Sometimes, you will get one that is difficult to remove and this one will just need to be run under the warm water for a little longer.
At least 6-8 hours or it is best if left over night.
6-8 months if frozen and stored properly in a sealed container.
It’s the honey or the sugar content. The honey in this recipe gives the Rainbow Berry Rooibos Ice Pops a nice mouth feel. They are not too hard or too soft. If you exchange the honey out with a sugar alternative, it may make the ice pops harder.
Keeping Cool with Summertime Treats
- Berry Boozy Ice Pops (Adult and Kid Version included)
- No Churn Dairy Free Mango Swirl Ice Cream (dairy-free, no added sugar, gluten free)
- Honey Cardamom Cantaloupe Sorbet (dairy free, gluten free)
- Rainbow Fruit and Yogurt Ice Cream (gluten-free)
- Avocado Ice Candy (Philippine favorite; dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan)
- Chocolate Pecan Butter Ice Cream (dairy-free, no added sugar, gluten free, vegan)
- Summertime Non-Alcoholic Fruity Drink Recipes
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Rainbow Berry Rooibos Ice Pops
- Popsicle (ice pop) Molds or disposable Dixie cups and wooden popsicle sticks
- 2 cups hot water
- 4 tsp Rainbow Rooibos Organic Herbal Tea loose leaf or 4 sachets
- 3 tbsp honey or sweetener alternative of choice
- 1 cup mixed berries frozen or fresh
- Brew Rainbow Rooibos HerbalTea with hot water for 5 minutes. Remove tea sachets or loose leaf tea from container.
- Add honey to taste and allow tea to cool. (You can put the mixture in the refrigerator or freezer to speed up this process, if you wish)
- Add berries to the popsicle (ice pop) molds.
- Pour the prepared tea into the berry filled popsicle molds.
- Place the popsicle (ice pop) sticks into the mold. Freeze for at least 8 hours or overnight. Enjoy!