33 Easy Popsicle Recipes If You're Looking to Indulge in Pure Summertime Bliss
Nothing says "summer" quite like bikini tan lines, a laundry list of all the best beach reads, and ice-cold popsicles in close reach. Whether you're enjoying a hot day on the beach or cheersing to a warm summer night, cooling off with a refreshing pop always makes the high temperatures more bearable. If you're looking to enjoy a fruit-filled treat or trying to get a buzz off a boozy libation, these easy popsicle recipes are all you need.
From spicy margarita flavors to creamy peach honey pops, you'll want to make sure you have enough room in your freezer to make each and every one of these. Because all the best flavors of the season are effortlessly combined into these sweet treats, you'll be taking your taste buds to paradise and back with every lick. Read on for our favorite popsicle recipes, ahead. Enjoy!
Blueberry London Fog Popsicles
Dreamy, creamy, and a fan favorite, these blueberry London fog popsicles combine the rich flavor of vanilla bean with Earl Grey tea and sweet honey to make a pop like no other. Not to mention, the blueberries add a fruity twist that'll make you drool before you even open the freezer.
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Coconut Lime Popsicles
Take your taste buds to a tropical paradise when you indulge in one of these coconut lime pops. The creamy coconut flavor effortlessly balances the zesty lime juice to make these more satisfying than ever.
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Creamy Peach and Honey Popsicles
Juicy peaches and rich honey come together to create this summertime staple. Made with yogurt and roasted peaches, you won't be able to get enough of these cold and delicious treats.
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Frozen Margarita Popsicles
There's no doubt about it, these frozen margarita ice pops will get the party started! Made with the key ingredients of your favorite skinny marg, you'll want to make an extra batch of these because they'll go fast. Cheers!
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Tropical Paradise Popsicles
Pineapple and lime juice, coconut cream, bananas, and kiwis team up to bring you the most mouthwatering frozen treat of all: tropical paradise popsicles. Just one lick will transport you to a relaxing oasis far, far away.
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Strawberry Coconut Popsicles With Blueberries
Strawberries, coconut milk, and blueberries work together to make this colorful treat a dream come true. Each popsicle averages out to about 110 calories, so indulge away!
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Peach Rosé Popsicles
Cheers to these sweet pops! Made with fresh peaches and crisp Rosé wine, you'll be dreaming about these every night of summer.
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Classic, timeless, and always a treat, it doesn't get any better than strawberry popsicles. All you need to complete this recipe are sliced strawberries, a dash of sugar, and a hint of lemon juice.
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Cookies and Cream Pudding Pops
A soon-to-be freezer favorite, these cookie and cream pops are easy to make and even easier to indulge in. Just whisk together half and half, milk, vanilla, and pudding, stir in chopped Oreo cookies, pour the mixture into popsicle molds, and freeze overnight.
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Iced Coffee Popsicles
If you're looking to cool off and get a caffeine boost, these iced coffee pops are calling your name. Made with nothing more than coffee, milk, and a dash of sugar, these are so good that you'll forget about hot coffee forever.
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Watermelon Lemonade Margarita Popsicles
You can make these watermelon lemonade margarita popsicles with or without alcohol, depending on your mood. With cubed watermelon, lemon juice, sugar, and tequila, these will make any summer day so much better.
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Passion Fruit and Coconut Milk Pops
Dairy-free and vegan, these coconut milk popsicles are as creamy as can be. Just add passion fruit juice, lime zest, and powdered sugar, and you'll be enjoying these ice-cold treats in no time.
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Blueberry Smoothie Pops
Made with blueberries, bananas, and yogurt, these ice-cold popsicles give your everyday smoothie a tasty new twist.
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Pineapple Mint Popsicles
Made with just two ingredients, pineapple and mint, these ice pops are naturally sweetened with fruit alone. Enjoy them when you need to cool off or if you're looking for a tropical pick-me-up.
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Chocolate-Dipped Iced Coffee Popsicles
Rich, strong, and topped with coconut, these chocolate-dipped ice pops are a dream come true. Reach for these on a hot summer morning and you'll perk up in no time.
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Watermelon Yogurt Pops
It only takes four ingredients to make these sweet treats. Just combine cubed watermelon, plain Greek yogurt, granulated sugar, and lemon juice to make these light pops in no time.
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Strawberry Coconut Milk Popsicles
You can almost taste the rich strawberries and creamy coconut milk by just looking at these pops, right? Just add a dash of vanilla extract and honey to the mix, and you'll be treating yourself to one of these strawberry coconut milk popsicles every time you pass the freezer.
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Three-Ingredient Strawberry Mango Popsicles
It only takes three ingredients to whip together these mouthwatering delicacies. Garnish your frozen treats with cut up strawberries and a dash of salt if you're feeling fancy.
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Fruit Punch Popsicles With Coconut Water
Equally refreshing and hydrating, these fruit-packed pops are bursting with flavor. All this recipe calls for is coconut water, orange juice, frozen strawberries, and pineapple. So, who wants one?
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Rum Punch Popsicles
Boozy, tangy, and packed with all the best fruit juices, these punch pops will be your new favorite summertime snack. Lime, orange, and pineapple juice give this popsicle a tropical tang, while grenadine and dark rum make it worth cheersing to.
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Sangria Rosé Popsicles
Rosé wine and fresh fruit make these summertime pops a treat for wine-lovers. They're light, refreshing, and filled with chunks of the season's best produce.
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Salted Spicy Watermelon Margarita Popsicles
Imagine: tequila mixed with orange liquor, juicy watermelon, citrusy lime, and spicy jalapeños. That's exactly what your taste buds will get to enjoy when you make these red-hot pops.
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Basil Peach Margarita Popsicles
If you're looking for a boozy pick-me-up, look no further than these margarita pops. They've got a healthy dose of juicy peaches, tequila, and the perfect amount of basil that makes these practically come to life when they hit your taste buds.
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Made with fresh fruit, chocolate chips, and coconut milk, these colorful pops are just as refreshing as they are cute. Complete with a light kiwi glaze, these are sure to make mouths water.
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Creamy Margarita Popsicles
Turn the traditional margarita into a summertime smash when you make these boozy pops. Fresh lime juice, tequila, and sweetened condensed milk work together to make these absolutely delicious with every lick. Enjoy!
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Mandarin Orange Cream Popsicles
Most fruit popsicles are made with berries, but these citrusy popsicles take things in a totally different direction. They're made with yogurt, oranges, and granola, so you could technically eat one for breakfast.
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Fruity Chia Seed Coconut Popsicles
These fruit and coconut popsicles look pretty, and they're pretty good for you, too! Berries are always a healthy choice, and chia seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and antioxidants.
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Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles
Antioxidant-rich blueberries are paired with a secret ingredient (almond extract!) for an extra burst of flavor in these tasty pops.
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Raspberry-Tomato Yogurt Pops
Tomatoes may not seem like the foundation of a good dessert, but these yogurt pops deliver. They're sweetened with just a touch of coconut nectar and topped with crunchy sliced almonds.
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Berry Greek Yogurt Popsicles
These charming striped berry popsicles combine style and flavor for a sweet afternoon snack. Just stack each layer on top of each other, and your work here is done!
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Believe it or not, these creamy, fruity treats are Paleo-friendly. Coconut, matcha, and blueberry serve as the base of the popsicle, while a sprinkle of dried blueberries adds a pop of color.
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With only three ingredients and three simple steps, these tangy creamsicles are a dream come true. All you need is milk, lime juice, and a can of sweetened condensed milk.
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Strawberry Popsicle With Kale and Squash
If you can hide veggies in smoothies, why not popsicles, too? The veggies in these strawberry-based treats add nutrients, but you'll never even notice they're there.
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