I’m a lazy mom – everyone thinks my popsicles are homemade but it’s a quick and easy hack | The Sun

A MOM'S simple popsicle hack will save you time and make you wonder why you never thought of it before.

We all know how expensive store-bought popsicles can be but with this hack, you will never have to buy them again.

There's nothing more refreshing than an ice-cold popsicle on a hot summer's day.

Save yourself the effort of making homemade popsicles this summer season with TikTok user Sierrawoh's quick and easy hack.

In her video, Sierra details how to make homemade popsicles using juice boxes.

She starts by placing the juice boxes on a tray and uses a knife to cut the top section off.

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Sierra then places a popsicle stick in each box and puts the tray in the freezer, labelling herself a "lazy mom" in the process.

However, TikTok viewers seemed to have nothing but praise for the innovation and refused to call it lazy.

"Lazy!? I would say genius!!" said one viewer.

Another user agreed, writing: "This isn’t a lazy mom because I would just go to the store and buy whatever they have on sale organic or not."

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The hack had one user reminiscing about a similar money-saving hack from their childhood.

"Growing up, we just froze the whole box then cut off the top and ate it with a spoon," they said.

One user even pointed out another advantage of these DIY popsicles over store-bought ones.

"That isn't being lazy, it's being a good mom," they said.

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"You want your kids eating healthy and you're ensuring that happens. Some parents don't even try."

While one commenter called it "the true meaning of DIYing," another was quick to point out that technically, Sierra did make the popsicles herself: "You made it at home, that makes it homemade enough for me."

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