On the hottest days, nothing sounds more appealing than an icy-cold popsicle. A warm-weather favorite of grown-ups and little ones alike, we've rounded up 44 recipes that are especially kid-friendly. From the supremely simple, like easy strawberry-banana pops, to the unexpected and exotic — coconut bubble tea, anyone?! — there's something for everyone.
These gorgeous rainbow popsicles  aren't just pretty to look at — they're made with delicious and healthy fresh fruit smoothies!
Peaches and Cream Pops
Nanette Wong  for Sugar & Cloth has a recipe for peaches and cream pops  to make one of the season's most delicious offerings even better!
Ripe cantaloupe, fresh mint, and lime zest combine to make these cantaloupe popsicles  the perfect thirst-quenching treat on a hot day.
These Watermelon Popsicles  have a sneaky lemon layer to them to add some tang to the watermelon flavor.
A frozen treat with a bit of zest, Lime Creamsicles  are a fruity, tangy addition to a hot afternoon.
Coconut Water Pineapple Popsicles
Coconut water is a refreshing alternative used in these Pineapple Popsicles  by Boulder Lovacore.
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.
Roasted Berry Popsicles
These Roasted Berry Popsicles  are sweet and tangy with an interesting secret ingredient!
Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops
Mom on Time Out's Greek yogurt-berry smoothie pops  use frozen berries to create a healty and delicious treat.
Recipe Girl's cherry-limeade popsicles  turn a popular refreshing beverage it into a frozen sweet treat.
Creamy Nutella Popsicles
Creamy Nutella popsicles  combine Cool Whip and Nutella to make a creamy, rich, but light dessert.
Vegan Strawberry Cheesecake Pops
Cheesecake flavor without the weight, and vegan to boot, these Vegan Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles  look like they could be your family's next go-to favorite.
Funfetti Yogurt Popsicles
Nothing says dessert like funfetti, so why not mix a family-favorite cake flavor with the joy of a cool popsicle on a Summer day? These funfetti yogurt popsicles  are a great way to celebrate every day.
Mango-Kiwi Limeade Popsicles
These Mango-Kiwi Limeade Popsicles  are fruity with a secret twist!
Avocado and Pear Pops
The creaminess of The Spunky Coconut's  pureed avocado blended with the sweetness of peeled pears makes these pops the perfect addition to little one's menus.
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.
Cucumber Chili Pops
Although cucumbers aren't a fruit, kids will still love this refreshing treat  by Girl Versus Dough  for Tablespoon . If you think the chili gives it too much of a kick, simply cut back or omit it.
Lemon Dream Popsicles
Rather than feed your kid a lemon — which honestly is a hysterical photo-op, if you've never done it before — make some of these Lemon Dream Popsicles  for a bit of that tangy flavor.
Whether you make them for the Fourth or just as a patriotic treat for a warm day, these Twizzlers Firework Popsicles  are a fun frozen treat with a candy surprise!
Mango Vanilla Honey Push Pops
Add a little bit of delicious honey and vanilla flavoring to pureed mango chunks, put it all in some darling push-up molds, and you have yourself Mango Vanilla Honey Push Pops  for the whole gang to cool off with.
Blueberry Breakfast Parfait Pops
Take your morning yogurt to the next level with these Blueberry Breakfast Parfait Pops !
Root Beer Float Popsicles
Boulder Locavore's root beer float popsicles  use just two ingredients — vanilla ice cream and root beer — transforming the iconic float into something new.
Mango Chia Popsicles
Pureed mango, chia seeds, and coconut milk are all you need for these beautiful looking Mango Chia Popsicles !
Banana Peanut Butter Yogurt Popsicles
Bananas and peanut butter (or any nut or nut-free butter, to be honest) are a perfect combo. Mix them together with yogurt, freeze 'em, and enjoy cold popsicles  on a hot Summer day. Mmmmmm.
Fruity Pebbles Yogurt Popsicles
Cereal is taking on a new and exciting form with these Fruity Pebbles yogurt pops . Basically breakfast with their three-ingredient combo of cereal, milk, and yogurt, these puppies can be enjoyed any time of day. Please, Mom?
Berry Greek Yogurt Popsicles
These charming, little striped berry popsicles  combine style and flavor for a sweet afternoon snack.
Berry Greek Cheesecake Pops
We Are Not Martha's berry Greek cheesecake pops  use Greek cream cheese, raspberries, blueberries, sugar, and milk.
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?!
Strawberry and Coconut Milk Popsicles
If these beautiful Strawberry and Coconut Milk Popsicles  don't give you the urge to jump through your screen, we're not sure what will.
Coconut Berry Popsicles
Real coconut flakes and coconut milk go into these Coconut Berry Popsicles  to create the perfect sweet frozen treat!
Watermelon Strawberry Mint Popsicles
These watermelon popsicles  are not only delicious but also low in calories, so you don't have to feel bad if you give the kids two.
Chai-Coconut Milk Bubble Tea Pops
These Chai Coconut Boba Popsicles  are a frozen twist on a classic cup of bubble tea!
Invisible Cookie Dough Ice Pops
Girlichef's easy- and quick-to-make invisible cookie dough ice pops  actually taste like frozen cookie dough. Delicious!
Source: Girlichef 
These Cherry Popsicles .
Yogurt, milk, fruit, honey, and vanilla join forces to make these delicious-looking popsicles  possible. With the red cherries and blue blueberries, these would make for a perfect Fourth of July treat.
Raspberry Cheesecake Popsicles
The Comfort of Cooking's raspberry cheesecake popsicles  are tart and sweet, with a buttery graham cracker crust. You can also use strawberries, blueberries, or blackberries if raspberries aren't your favorite.
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!
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.
These "speculoosicles " contain speculoos spread, as well as cookie crumbles, to create the ultimate sweet and creamy yogurt treat.
Rocky Road Pudding Pops
Woah nelly! These pudding pops  are a lighter version of their ice cream counterpart, but seem like the way forward on warm day when an indulgent frozen treat is highly necessary (so . . . every single day).
Layered Raspberry-Yogurt Pops
Get creative with this recipe for Layered Raspberry-Yogurt Pops  and incorporate any of your kids' favorite fruits.
Kiwi Orange Popsicles
A tangy combination of flavors, these Kiwi Orange Popsicles  are sure to cool the whole family down the tasty way.
Wondering what's with the green layer? These Strawberry-Banana Popsicles  include a secret ingredient — spinach!