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Summer holidays are coming fast and Memorial Day and the 4th of July will be here before you know it. One of my favorite ways to cool off is with a cold treat. Walmart‘s Great Value brand has got you covered with two patriotic options for 4th of July desserts: the Red, White, and Blue Sorbet and the assorted flavor Freedom Ice Pops.
Whether you’re planning a Memorial Day or 4th of July party or anytime backyard bash, these goodies will hit the spot. The best part — both options are under $3. In fact, the ice pops are currently on sale for less than $2. That’s just $0.15 per pop.
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Great Value Red, White & Blue Sorbet (48 oz): $2.67
This patriotic delight comes in a 48-fluid ounce container, so there’s plenty of frozen holiday desserts to go around. With a blend of cherry, blue raspberry, and lime sorbet, it’s as refreshing as it is eye-catching. The best part? It’s dairy-free, making it a guilt-free indulgence for anyone.
Did you know that the average ice cream scoop is 4 ounces? That means this tub contains 12 scoops, breaking down to just $0.22 per scoop.
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Great Value Freedom Pops (Cherry, Lime, and Blue Raspberry, 12-count): $2.48
Who doesn’t love an ice pop? With a pack of 12, Great Value’s Assorted Flavor Freedom Ice Pops are individually wrapped — perfect for those moments when you need a quick, icy treat on the move. At $2.48 per box, that’s just $0.21 per pop at regular price. Keep in mind they are currently on sale, making the cost just $0.15 for each ice pop.
Serving kids who are prone to melted messes? Slide a cupcake liner through the bottom of the popsicle stick so that it’s there to catch any drips from the treat.