Citrus Elderflower Popsicles

Citrus Elderflower Popsicles

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Adjust Servings:
2 cups Elderflower Cordial
1 cup Water
1 (zested & juiced) Lemon
1 (zested & juiced) Lime

Citrus Elderflower Popsicles

  • 8 Hours
  • Serves 10
  • Easy




Sweet, sour and fresh citrus elderflower popsicles that are the perfect summer treat.

This recipe is so easy to make and only requires 3 ingredients plus water.

Popsicles are so fun to make during the warmer months and hold up well in the freezer.

Commonly used in British drinks and desserts, elderflower is the white blossom of the elderberry tree.

Elderflower syrup, also known as elderflower cordial, is commonly used to add flavor to cocktails and desserts.

It’s a simple syrup of water and sugar that’s infused with the flower.

As the elderflower cordial is very sweet, it pairs well with the tart citrus.

I am using a mix of lemon and lime in this recipe but you can also just use lemon.

To enhance that citrus flavor even more, I like to add the zest and the juice!

Another reason why I like to include the zest is because it is packed with immune-boosting vitamin C, bone-building calcium and anti-inflammatory, antioxidant bioflavonoids.

They also provide potassium, which helps keep blood pressure in check, and limonene, a phytochemical that may have anti-cancer effects and can help with heart burn.

As with most of my recipes, the quantities are customizable.

I always recommend you make the mix and taste it before you pour into the molds to freeze.

Tasting will allow you to adjust sweetness or tartness. If it has a bit too much of both, add more water.

If you have any questions, you can always direct message me via Instagram.

You can eat these popsicles on their own or add them to a cocktail!

Please leave your review for these citrus elderflower popsicles in the comment section below.






Mix & Freeze

To a large pitcher, add all of the ingredients then mix well.

Pour the mixture into the popsicle molds then add the popsicle sticks, cover and freeze for a minimum of 8 hours.


Remove From Molds & Eat

After the popsicles are fully frozen, rinse the molds until cold water for 20-30 seconds then gently remove from the molds. These popsicles can be stores in the freezer for up to 1 month!


Hi guys, so glad you are here! My food blog is about easy, colorful and mostly healthy recipes. I grew up in Germany and have been in the states since 2002. Currently, I am living in sunny Miami, FL! Please leave me a comment if you have questions or recipe requests and also follow me on social media via @foodbyjonister. Happy cooking and eating!

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