10 Popsicle Recipes To Try Before Summer Ends
Summer is on its way out (I hope – I’m melting here in Texas!), but there is still time to enjoy some homemade popsicles before school starts back up and the warm days slip away.
Popsicles are a great treat to make with your toddler too, because most recipes are easy for them to help out with. My daughter loves helping to put ingredients in the blender and then carefully push the buttons to make it run.
Try out these recipes while you can still send your kid out to eat them on the patio. They’d be a great treat at a casual birthday party too!
These couldn’t be prettier and your toddler will probably love helping to put in the food coloring.
These creamy chocolate treats get their texture from coconut milk and bananas, rather than cream!
Watermelon Strawberry Pops
Only four ingredients and a great way to use extra watermelon that’s getting overly juicy!
These are so pretty, you’ll almost not want to eat them, but guaranteed, your toddler will still scarf them down!
Raspberry Coconut Popsicles
These raspberry and blueberry popsicles don’t have any added sugar!
Creamy Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles
These summery treats are extra creamy, thanks to Greek yogurt AND cream cheese.
These popsicles have a secret ingredient to keep them from freezing into ice bricks in your freezer!
Strawberry Banana Pops
These fruity pops are extra pretty, thanks to the slices of bananas.
Peach Mango Popsicles
The fruit in these popsicles is so sweet and juicy, you only need 2 tablespoons of extra sugar for the whole batch!
Blueberry Cheesecake Popsicles
How can you go wrong with a popsicle that involves crushed graham crackers?