July 4th Bomb Pop Drink Two Ways
on May 17, 2022, Updated Apr 03, 2023
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This bomb pop drink is such a fun way to enjoy summer and show your patriotic pride! Make these refreshing lemon lime drinks with or without alcohol so everyone can enjoy.
Classic bomb pop popsicles are the star of the show in this easy treat and because they are used as stirring sticks, you won’t have to worry about dripping.
Bomb Pop Mocktail Refresher Ingredients
Make this one for kids or adults using easy store bought ingredients. In fact, the kids version only uses two items!
Add this fun drink to your 4th of July Menu.
What to Buy:
For the non-alcoholic version all you need is Sprite or your favorite lemon-lime soda and a package of bomb pops!
Then it’s as easy as filling your cups with ice and swirling in an original bomb pop.
The flavors of cherry, lime, and blue raspberry will blend with the sprite to create the perfect thirst-quenching summer drink.
Spiked Bomb Pop Cocktail Instructions
To make a boozy version of this drink, start with a simple gin and tonic recipe.
I like about 1.5 ounces of gin added over ice with a squeeze of lime. Then top with lime sparkling water and stir in the bomb pop.
If you want a sweeter version, use sprite instead of sparkling water and that’s it! You can also use vodka instead of gin if you prefer.
Print the Recipes
Everyone loves a little festive fun during the holidays and it doesn’t get much easier than this!
July 4th Bomb Pop Drinks
- Lemon lime soda, Sprite or other
- Bomb pops
- 1.5 oz gin or vodka
- 1 tbsp lime juice
- 6 oz lime sparkling water to taste, Bubly or LaCriox
- 1 bomb pop
- Fill a glass with ice.
- Pour the liquid(s) into the cup, leaving one to two inches at the top of the cup to make room for the popsicle.
- Place the Bomb Pop in the cup and allow it to melt slightly, then stir to mix the flavors of the popsicle into the soda.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.