Baking with kids can be a blast, but who wants to hover over a hot stove in the middle of the Summer? Keep your budding chefs amused, and those sweet teeth satisfied, with one of these simple and summery no-bake dessert ideas. Added bonus? Keeping the oven on the "off" setting means one less kitchen safety hazard for your little helpers!
Martha Stewart 's fudge bars  are a homemade version of a classic ice cream-truck treat.
Cereal and Milk Popsicles
Sure to delight your lil ones, these Cereal and Milk Popsicles  are inspired by NYC's famed Momofuku Milk Bar.
Homemade Single-Serve Ice Cream
With just a few basic ingredients and a bit of shaking, the whole family will be enjoying their own bowls of homemade ice cream  that can be topped with everyone's favorite additions. Along with making a cold treat, kids get to experience the magic of science in the kitchen as they watch the creamy liquid turn into a seriously tasty solid.
Oreo Icebox Cake
There's actually no cake at all in this icebox cake . The wafers soak up the moisture from the heavy cream to create a soft, cake-like texture.
Melt-in-your-mouth grape gelatin with blueberries  is a refreshing, cooling dessert that won't weigh you down with any heavy cream.
Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Popsicles
We're obsessed with these chocolate-covered peanut butter popsicles . They are a rich take on Summer's favorite treat.
No need to heat up the oven to make cheesecake. This no-bake cheesecake  is made with graham crackers, cream cheese, and condensed milk. There's no need to bake, because there is no raw egg involved!
Wondering what's with the green layer? These Strawberry-Banana Popsicles  include a secret ingredient — spinach!
Red, White, and Blue Quick Pops
Red, white, and blue stars and stripes  make these patriotic pops extra special . . . Would you believe that the stars are actually apples?!
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Pudding
What's not to love about the classic pairing of PB and chocolate? I imagine the peanut butter and chocolate pudding cups  would make great frozen pudding pops too.
German Chocolate Pudding Cups
Like the decadent cake but cooler and lighter for warm weather, these German chocolate pudding cups  are layered with a coconut pecan custard.
In the rare event that you still have Girl Scout cookies to spare, Samoa Popsicles  are a decadent dessert treat!
Coconut and Mango Rice Pudding Pops
Chewy rice adds texture to these Coconut and Mango Rice Pudding Pops , inspired by paletas, or Mexican popsicles.
Pretty Pudding Cups
All you need are mini cups, pudding, and whipped cream! Garnish with sprinkles of hot chocolate for a polished look that hides the fact that these treats only take minutes to prepare! Check out the recipe and guide for inspiration .
Watermelon Ice Pops
These adorable watermelon ice pops  use lime sherbet for the rind of the watermelon and mini chocolate chips for the "seeds."
Homemade Strawberry Mint Ice Cream
Even dairy-free kids can enjoy making (and eating!) this Strawberry Mint Ice Cream  recipe that uses coconut milk instead of cream.
Frozen Jello Pops
Easy-to-make Jello pops  take virtually no prep time, and the final product has a fun-to-eat, slushy consistency.
Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops
Mom on Time Out's Greek yogurt-berry smoothie pops  use frozen berries to create a healthy and delicious treat.
Four ingredients and an ice pop mold are all that it takes to make these refreshingly simple Strawberry Banana Pops .
Get your kids a healthy serving of fruit with these peach-mango popsicles  made with fresh pureed peaches and mangoes.
Need a cool treat? Blend up fruit, fruit juice, and ice for a frothy fix.
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Rice Krispies Treats on Sticks
This easy treat doesn't require any baking — in fact, you can go stove free by warming butter in the microwave. The no-fuss directions mean you can make these cute sweets in less than 15 minutes. Check out the recipe here !
Ripe cantaloupe, fresh mint, and lime zest combine to make these cantaloupe popsicles  the perfect thirst-quenching treat on a hot day.
Gummy Bear Popsicles
While probably not the healthiest option out there, these awesome pops , made with Sprite and gummy bears, are certain to be a kid pleaser!
Make a healthy, colorful, and fiber-filled snack using skewers and whatever fruit you find in your fruit bowl. These are the perfect treat to bring to a BBQ or eat for dessert while watching a flick.
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Rainbow Pudding Pops
It's no surprise that these layered Rainbow Pudding Pops  are sure to be a kiddie fave this Summer!
Melon Berry Ice Pops
Martha Stewart 's melon-berry ice pops  have just four ingredients: raspberries, sugar, Greek yogurt, and cantaloupe.
Zoku's Quick Pop Character Tool Kit  allows budding chefs to turn their ice pops into quirky characters with ease.
Invisible Cookie Dough Ice Pops
Girlichef's easy- and quick-to-make invisible cookie dough ice pops  actually taste like frozen cookie dough. Delicious!
Oven Love's orange creamsicles  are a throwback to the classic push-ups of your childhood. This version is smooth, creamy, and not too sweet with just the right amount of orange flavor.
Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Popsicles
What's better than a strawberry popsicle? A chocolate-covered strawberry popsicle , of course. This version is made entirely out of fresh strawberries, dipped in a dark-chocolate magic shell.
Mango Orange Yogurt Popsicles
These Mango Orange Yogurt Popsicles  are an exotic take on the traditional Creamsicle.
Dressed-Up Brownie Bite
Forgo fancy icing and the stove and add a pretty protein boost to a premade brownie bite. Almond butter is a delicious and nutritious paste that can be substituted for traditional peanut butter on sandwiches, waffles, and pancakes and used as a healthy decoration on desserts. Check out the recipe and ingredients for inspiration .
Caramel Popcorn Quick Pops
Satisfy a serious sweet tooth with these Caramel Popcorn Quick Pops  — they'd be great for a circus- or movie-themed Summer party!
Creamy Nutella Popsicles
Creamy Nutella popsicles  combine Cool Whip and Nutella to make a creamy, rich, but light dessert.
Mini Pretzels Dipped in Chocolate
Salty pretzels dipped in chocolate are a simple project your kids can help make that won't send them into a sugar fit afterward. They are the perfect favors for a baby shower  or birthday party because they look so decadent!
Smashed Berry, Lime, and Coconut Yogurt Ice Pops
Smashed berry, lime, and coconut yogurt ice pops  look as great as they taste and use Greek yogurt and coconut milk to thicken up raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries.
Celebrate Summer and the spirit of the carnival at home with the salty-sweet kettle corn combo. You likely have all the ingredients in your cupboard .
Photos courtesy of Joyosity 
Mango, Kiwi, Raspberry Pops
A trio of fruit flavors make one tasty treat in these mango, kiwi, raspberry pops , made with fresh fruit purees.
Peach and Mango Popsicles
With no added sugar, these Peach and Mango Popsicles  are a refreshing treat that you can feel good feeding your family. For more inspired recipes and exquisite photography, check out La Tartine Gourmande , the new cookbook from the author of the blog of the same name.
If your tots keep their inner monster hidden all weekend, add some extra sweetness to Sunday Funday by making midday homemade sundaes with their favorite toppings. And then consider a trip to the park to work off all that sugar.
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Nanaimo bars , the legendary bar made famous by Vancouver housewives in the '50s, is similar to a seven-layer bar with graham cracker, almonds, coconut, and chocolate. Rather than condensed milk, this bar has a creamy pudding layer.
Layered Raspberry-Yogurt Pops
Get creative with this recipe for Layered Raspberry-Yogurt Pops  and incorporate any of your kids' favorite fruits.
Banana Cream Pie-Sicles
These Banana Cream Pie-sicles  even have a graham cracker crust.
Fruit-Filled Ice Pops
We can't think of a better way to beat the heat than with these fruit-filled popsicles  — like fresh fruit salad, in a pop!