We’re not ready to say goodbye to summer yet, and how could we when there are still so many tasty popsicles still to make? From watermelon to root beer to strawberries and cream, your freezer will be well-stocked with sweet frozen treats in no time.
Watermelon Lemonade Popsicles
Watermelon is the ultimate summer fruit, don’t you think? It’s exactly what we want to eat on all the hot and humid summer days when it’s almost too hot to eat anything! This recipe combines watermelon and lemonade for a super tasty summer treat. The sweetness of the watermelon and tartness of the lemon work so well together and are refreshing for the entire family.
How to Make Painted Popsicle Art
Did you know that your freezer could be full of blank canvases for your next masterpiece? We’re talking about these popsicles, of course! Delicious, nutritious, and cute as can be, they’re the tastiest way to get creative in the summer heat. Get the recipe for these simple coconut popsicles and learn how to use concentrated fruit juices (no artificial colors!)s watercolor popsicle paints.
Strawberries and Cream Popsicles
This popsicle features the classic flavor combination of strawberries and cream – yum! This recipe isn’t quite as simple as some of the others in this post, but the end result is definitely worth the extra effort.
Are your kids begging for popsicles around the clock? Whip up these healthy breakfast pops using cashew milk!
Easy Lemonade Pops
These lemonade pops are so easy to make – they can be as easy as pouring lemonade into a popsicle mold, or you can also make them a little fancier if you’d like! Just add a few crushed berries or a sprig of thyme (or other herbs) to add extra flavor.
Root Beer Float Pops
Everyone loves a rootbeer float and these popsicles are exactly that, but in frozen popsicle form! They’re as simple to make as root beer floats too, just with a little extra freezer time.
Blueberry Polka Dot Fro-Yo Pops
These might just be the cutest popsicles we’ve ever seen. To make them, all you need are three simple ingredients, a little freeze time, and voila – you’ve got a tasty and nutritious treat in almost no time.