Cool down any time of the year with these delicious homemade popsicles. Time for the coolest sweet treats in town!
REFRESHING HOMEMADE POPSICLES
I am one of those crazy people that doesn’t need it to be a particular temperature outside to eat popsicles. I am just not wired that way. It can be snowing outside and I can happily enjoy the wintry bliss while destroying a homemade popsicle. Is it a superpower? Maybe. Remember, not all heroes where capes.
These recipes for homemade popsicles will have you raiding the produce section of your local grocery store, and making room in your freezer for your new creations.
These Strawberry Banana Popsicles are a great option for kids with dairy or nut allergies, and is also perfect for picky kid eaters. It is a classic, creamy popsicle made with just 4 simple ingredients.
Not only are these Papaya Lime Popsicles simple to make with just 7 ingredients, they turn out looking like a piece of delicious artwork! I mean, look at them, they are beautiful!
These Fudgesicles have me hearing the bells of an ice cream truck in my childhood neighborhood. Fudgesicles (aside from Bomb Pops) are one of the O.G.’s of the popsicle world. Chocoholics, rejoice!
If you have been to DisneyWorld or DisneyLand, chances are, you have crossed paths with their Dole Whip. There are a lot of people that say they have the perfect copycat recipe, and many of them are not even close. Not these Dole Whip Popsicles! And they are Paleo and Vegan, in case you need another reason to make them.
These Lava Flow Popsicle are a great way to get some more fruit into your diet. They are naturally sweetened and have delicous tangy and sweet flavors.
Got 10 minutes to spare? Of course you do, if at the end of them you have these dairy free Cream Coconut Popsicles. Close your eyes and you can almost hear the waves rolling up the white sandy beach.
Foodies! There is now a popsicle for us! Anytime you say “Thyme-Infused Syrup”, you better not stand in the way of me and whatever you are cooking. These are a delicious, refreshing, herbaceous treat.
This homemade Orange Creamsicle recipe basically creates summer on a stick. Orange and vanilla make for a classic summer flavor combo!
Kids love them, adults love them, and it’s hard to be completely stressed out while eating Funfetti Pudding Pops. The brain just doesn’t work that way. Or at least mine doesn’t. Thank you Rachel Cooks!
If you need me, Roy G Biv and I are going to hang for a while and make some amazing popsicles. The First Year is going to get you to eat your spinach, whether you know it or not.
One of my favorite flavors of ice cream is Mint Chocolate Chip. Therefore, it should suprise no one that one of my favorite popsicles is pretty similar, on a stick. These Mint Chocolate Chip Popsicles are cool, refreshing, and dare I say: slightly sophisticated. Yum!
What is better than a basket of ripe peaches during the summer? A frozen Ripe Peach Popsicle! Cool down and relax with this sweet, Southern staple.
Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Pops. Yes, you read that correctly. My mind was blown, too. Thank you House of Nash Eats for bringing this urgent matter to my attention! This creamy, blueberry popsicle with a graham cracker coating is the real deal.
Belly up to the popsicle bar! These Pina Colada Popsicles can be made with rum or without. I challenge you to not start singing “If you like Pina Coladas!!!!!” while enjoying these.
Just because you are standing in your kitchen doesn’t mean you can’t pretend that you aren’t watching a sunrise down in the Caribbean. These naturally sweetened, insanely refreshing homemade popsicles are the ticket you need for a little brain break.
Leave it to Princess Pinky Girl to make homemade popsicles that are almost too pretty to eat. I did say “almost”. 3 ingredients and incredibly easy to make.
Sure, you’ve had an Orange Creamsicle popsicle before. But have you ever been lucky enough to have a Cherry Creamsicle popsicle? Time to try it if you haven’t! Time to try it again if you have.
Simple Happy Foodie knocks it out of the park with these Blueberry Lemon Popsicles. They have the right balance of sweetness and tartness, and are incredibly refreshing. If you have a picky eater in your house, you may need to hide these in the back of the freezer.
When it comes to homemade popsicles, this Peanut Butter Fudgesicle recipe needs to be on most people’s list. It has one of my favorite flavor combinations. Double batch, here I come.
These Coconut Lime Popsicles are like a booze-free cocktail on a stick. Loaded with coconut and lime, and only 5 ingredients needed!
These Shirley Temple Popsicles take me back in time to my childhood. My grandfather would make me a Shirley Temple each time I came to visit. Good thing he never told me that I could get them in popsicle form too!