This orange creamsicle recipe is so delicious and with only two ingredients it’s simple too. Your kids are going to love this summer recipe.
This post is sponsored by Mayfield Creamery. All opinions are my own.
We’re well into our summer here in North Carolina! We’ve been enjoying swimming, summer camps, and grilling out! We love sitting out on our patio after dinner and enjoying ice cream and talking about our day. Mayfield ice cream is one of our go-to desserts. I remember having it when I was a kid in Tennessee. It’s so great to have something cold on a hot night!
Homemade Orange Creamsicles
Over the years, Mayfield has offered signature and classic ice cream flavors inspired by southern dessert traditions. The company is now embracing its roots and returning to its original name: Mayfield Creamery, and refreshing its packaging graphics to bring their rich history to life. You can see what it looks like in the pictures below. They’ve been around for almost 95 years so it must be the best!
My kids love making more work for me and mostly in the kitchen. My oldest is 11 and he enjoys coming up with all kinds of recipes to try out. He loves those kid cooking shows and secretly wants to be on one! 🙂 We thought we’d try out to make some ice cream bars and they turned out great, so easy and delicious!
Ingredients for homemade orange creamsicle popsicle
- Orange jello
- Mayfield Ice Cream Vanilla Ice Cream
How to make orange creamsicle ice cream recipe
Make jello according to directions. Place in refrigerator until soft set, about 30 minutes.
Add two cups softened vanilla ice cream. Blend well with hand mixer.
Pour into popsicle molds and freeze (at least 4-6 hours) or until hard.
This made about 10 bars in the size shown.
More summer desserts
Homemade Orange Creamsicle Recipe
- 3 oz box of orange jello
- 2 cups Mayfield Ice Cream vanilla
- Make jello according to directions.
- Place in refrigerator until soft set, about 30 minutes.
- Add 2 cups softened vanilla ice cream.
- Blend well with hand mixer.
- Pour into popsicle molds and freeze (at least 4-6 hours) or until hard.