Gummy worm popsicles are an easy summer treat made with just 2 ingredients!
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Freezer pops are easy to make and kids love them with gummy worms! Just two ingredients and these icy summer treats are ready to go!


I am so excited to be a part of The Joys of Boys Summer Survival For Moms of Boys series!  I've teamed up with a whole slew of bloggers to help you keep your boys (and girls) busy this summer.  Make sure to check out the list at the very bottom of the post for more fun recipes, crafts, and activities to keep your clan busy all summer long.

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Who doesn't love a homemade Popsicle on a hot summer day? We love to be creative and make Dirt Popsicles and S'mores pudding pops.  But for this treat, I wanted to stay away from chocolate!

Gummy worm freezer pops are fairly straightforward to make and if your boys are old enough, they could definitely make them without much help from you (BONUS!). My little guys is 5 so he helped out.


You need exactly two ingredients to make this icy treat- gummy worms and lemonade.  You could also use any clear-ish juice or soda.

I bought the gummy worms at the dollar store because they are a little smaller and I could get more in to each pop.   You will also need some kind of mold.  I have an obsession with molds so I have several.

The one pictured is from Tupperware but Amazon has lots to offer!  If you're in a hurry try a Zoku! You can also use paper cups and craft sticks or even just ice cube trays.


The process is easy – fill the mold with gummy worms.  One dollar store bag got me about 3-4 pops.  Make sure there is room to insert the stick!  My son wanted to stuff them full of worms and then we didn't have room for the sticks so we had to pull some out.


Carefully add the liquid.  As I said, I used lemonade so we could see the worms, but whatever you want will work.

Insert the sticks and put those bad boys in the freezer.  Mine froze for about 24 hours but I'm sure they were done sooner.


You might need to run the pops under a little hot water to get them to pop out of the molds.


My kids loved these! And they are so easy to make!

{Gummy} Worm Popsicles


  • 1 bag of gummy worms for 3-4 popsicles
  • Lemonade or other clear beverage (lemon-lime soda; white grape juice; etc)
  • Popsicle molds


  1. Fill popsicle molds loosely with gummy worms.
  2. Carefully fill the popsicle molds with liquid.
  3. Insert popsicle sticks and freeze!
  4. You may need to run the popsicle molds under hot water to release the popsicles from the molds.
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Amount Per Serving As Served
Calories 290kcal Calories from fat
% Daily Value
Sodium 31mg 1%
Carbohydrate 69g 23%
Protein 4g

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

Calories 2000
Total Fat Less than 65g
Sat Fat Less than 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg
Sodium Less than 2,400mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g
Dietary Fiber 25g
Gummy worm popsicles are an easy summer treat made with just 2 ingredients!
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29 comments on “{Gummy} Worm Freezer Pops

  1. I bet kids love these!!

    Thanks for sharing at #bloggerspotlight!

  2. How fun are those popsicles?!!

  3. So darn cute. I’m posting on Facebook .New likes and shares from Michele at Coastal Bohemian

  4. This is so creative! And I know it’s for kids, but I think Hubby would really like it!

  5. I wish my grandson lived closer!! Sharing this on Facebook for all my friends with kids!! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up!

  6. I need to make these next time I visit my older daughter. Her little ones would love these! Thanks for sharing at the Inspiration Spotlight party. Have a great week ahead. Pinned & shared.

  7. Such a cool idea! These would make a great after school snack 🙂

    Edye |

  8. My boys will love this! Thank you!

  9. These are so much fun!!

  10. I LOVE THOSE!!! What a fun idea! Thanks so much for taking the time to link up with us over at the #HomeMattersParty – we hope to see you again tomorrow!

  11. What a cute and fun idea! Simple too. So glad you shared with us at Weekend Potluck. Did I miss seeing a link back to the party? (Would love to feature recipes like this but gotta have a link back). Please stop by again soon.

  12. I bet my boys would love these! They love anything insect/worm related and popsicles are always a treat!

  13. These look disgustingly good! 😉

  14. What a fun idea. Great pictures. Made me want to lick the page. 🙂

  15. I love this Popsicle recipe and will be making it for Fourth of July as a special treat! I would love if you would share a post on my meet up Monday Blog Party. I am doing a Fourth of July cupcake tutorial on Tuesday and I know your post will be an awesome addition! Here is where you can add your post on Monday!

  16. What a fun treat and full of goodies! Hope you have a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  17. Oh my goodness…These are Awesome! We will definitely be making these this Summer!

  18. My GIRLS will love this! Great idea!

  19. These are so, so cute Camille! pinning. Just fun. found at the scoop linky. Have a great week:)

  20. These are seriously awesome! My boys can’t wait to try them. Thanks so much for being a part of the Summer Survival for Moms of Boy series.

  21. These look fun! Is it weird eating the gummy worms with the Popsicle?