There is nothing better than enjoying a popsicle on a hot summer day. After the beach, by the pool or in the garden, popsicles are not just for kids! Think artisanal, homemade popsicles made from yogurt, juice, fruit, pudding or anything else you can think to add. Is there anything better than a frozen treat when the sun is shining and humidity is on the rise. Plus, they are quick to make and can be eaten on the go. Perfect for a busy summer.
These popsicle recipes are sure to cool you off, and satisfy your taste buds.
Creamy Nutella Popsicles from 52 Kitchen Adventures
End of Summer Grapefruit Popsicles from Paper and Stitch
Chocolate Yogurt Ombre Popsicles from The Ktchn
Marbled (Watermelon) Birthday Popsicles from Green Kitchen Stories
67 Calories Honey Lavender Popsicles from Broma Bakery
Banana Split Pudding Pops from The Kitchen McCabe
Strawberry, Blueberry & Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles from Spa Finder
Apricot Rice Pudding Pops from Bon Appetit
Frozen Fruit Smoothie Bars from Bakers Royale
Mini Chocolate Coconut Popsicles from Posh Little Designs
Cake Batter Popsicles from Just Add Sprinkles
Cookies and Cream Pudding Pops from Cooking with Curls
Nutella Fudgesicles from The Wholesome Dish
Chocolate Chip Mint Greek Yogurt from Country Cleaver
Berry Parfait Yogurt Popsicles from Well Plated by Erin
Don’t suffer through the heat! Instead make some specialty popsicles to keep you cool. They don’t take very long to make and can be made in any flavor (healthy, or not) your heart desires. You can even make breakfast popsicles for a grab and go treat on a hot summer morning. Think yogurt, granola and fruit, frozen into breakfast popsicles you can grab out of the freezer and eat on the go! A quick, delicious and cooling treat for a busy summer.
What is your favorite popsicle flavor? I’d love to hear what tasty popsicle you are eating this summer. Let me know in the comments.
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