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Simply refreshing Arnold Palmer ice pops

Meagan Wied is the author of the food and lifestyle blog, A Zesty Bite. She likes to recreate old classics and develop new recipes that the whole family will enjoy. When she isn’t busy in the kitchen, she is playing with her toddler. In...

Frozen lemonade and tea

When the summer temperatures leave you hot and craving something cold, try this classic drink recipe in an ice pop form.

Frozen lemonade and tea

I was introduced to the famous Arnold Palmer drink six years ago at a work lunch. Every time I went to lunch with one of my coworkers, she would order this drink. When you hear the name, you think it is some fancy drink, but it's just lemonade and tea. Simplicity at its best. Summer is approaching, and I thought it would be fun to put this drink in an ice pop. The best part about it is that only three ingredients are needed, and it's super easy to put together.

Frozen lemonade and tea

Arnold Palmer ice pops recipe

Yields 6


  • 1 lemon, thinly sliced
  • 1 cup lemonade
  • 3/4 cup unsweetened tea


  1. Prepare the ice pop maker, or use cocktail cups with ice pop sticks.
  2. Slice the lemon, and remove the seeds.
  3. Place 1 lemon slice into the ice pop maker, and then top halfway with lemonade. Let it freeze for 5 minutes before adding the tea.
  4. Add the tea, and let it sit for an additional 8 to 10 minutes before removing from the container or cup.

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