Whether or not the temperature's soaring into the triple digits where you live, soothing ice-pops are a great way to satiate a teething tot. If you're already making your little one her own baby food, homemade fruit and veggie pops are just another way to use your purees, and a great way to introduce new tastes. Simply add the mixtures to your favorite popsicle mold — we're partial to Annabel Karmel 's Fill and Freeze Puree Pops  — for a quick (and healthy) teething remedy. Not sure which flavor combinations might work well together? Check out these ten unique baby food popsicle recipes. From sweet creamed corn to strawberry banana yogurt, these pops are sure to please year round.
Leftover Veggie Pops
Over at Growing a Green Family , Jennifer Chait experimented making pops out of leftover vegetables including carrots, zucchini, and yams. The results were approved by her son.
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Maple and Squash Pumpkin Pie Popsicles
For slightly older tots, TheKitchn's Maple and Squash Pumpkin Pie Popsicles  are like a bit of Thanksgiving on a stick. Made from butternut squash, cream, and maple syrup (with a bit of pumpkin pie spice), the pops could be a hit with the entire family.
Source: TheKitchn 
Carrot, Mango, & Raspberry Popsicles
These Carrot, Mango, & Raspberry Popsicles  mix fruit and veggies to create a tasty treat that teething tots will love to bite. Cooked carrots are so sweet that they perfectly complement the fruit flavors.
Source: GirliChef 
Creamed Corn Popsicles
Sweet corn is often a favorite of lil ones, but they don't always chew the kernels as much as they should. These Creamed Corn Popsicles  combine creamed corn kernels with creamy coconut milk to make the pops easier to try.
Source: Family Fresh Cooking 
Strawberry Banana Frozen Yogurt Pops
There are few combinations as beloved as strawberry and bananas. To create the taste, Foodlets combined freshly mashed strawberries and organic banana yogurt  to make it great for teething tots.
Source: Foodlets 
Avocado and Pear Pops
The creaminess of The Spuky Coconut's  pureed avocado blended with the sweetness of peeled pears makes these pops the perfect addition to little one's menus.
Source: The Spunky Coconut 
Frozen Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry Pops
Forget how wonderful Skinnytaste's frozen mango, kiwi, raspberry pops  may taste; just look how pretty they are! Using water, mango, kiwi, raspberry, and a touch of sugar, these popsicles are as pure as can be.
Source: Skinnytaste 
We can't think of a single kid out there who wouldn't love Paperwhite's watermelon popsicles !
Source: Paperwhites Blog 
Roasted Fruit Popsicles
Rather than just puree vegetables, give tots a bit of a gourmet taste by roasting the fruit first. Peaches, plums, apricots, and strawberries all benefit from a little roasting  to create popsicles even adults will enjoy!
Source: Stir and Scribble 
Talk about a fun breakfast? These Strawberry Oatmeal Yogurt Pops from Stir and Scribble  have everything little ones need to start their day — all in popsicle form! By throwing some oatmeal into a smoothie, it adds some needed fiber to the meal!
Source: Stir and Scribble