50+ Refreshing Popsicle Recipes

I don’t know about where you live, but in Southern Utah, it’s hot, hot, hot!  Occasionally we get a slight breeze, reducing the temperature to merely scorching, but then it returns to hot, hot, hot!  (You get the picture.)  To retaliate, I’ve gathered 50+ popsicle recipes that are perfect for summer!  I’m sharing yogurt pops, fruit popsicles, creamy creamsicles, and pops perfect for dessert!  Which will you try?

50 Refreshing Popsicles Recipes {Which will you pick to cool yourself off this summer?} OneCreativeMommy.com

I haven’t made popsicles since I was a kid.  My preferred method involved Kool Aid, an ice cube tray, and toothpicks.  (If you ask me, that’s still a yummy treat, and you and your kids would have a blast making them together!)  Today I’m sharing popsicles that are a bit more creative and a heck of a lot tastier!

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If you can’t find a popsicle that sounds good from this huge list, then I’m afraid you’ll have to just stick to putting your head in the freezer to cool off!  (Kidding, but I have been known to do it!)

Popsicle Molds and Methods

Now that you’ve found a great recipe, what type of mold will you choose?

For the most frugal among you, I suggest you stick to the ice cube tray and toothpicks method!  But, for those of you who want your popsicles to be a little more fancy (and a lot less bite-sized) one of these popsicle molds might be right for you.

The Zoku Quick Pop Makers make Popsicles outside of the freezer in about 7 minutes.  (They come in lots of fun colors, too.)  They’re your most expensive option, but, let’s face it, it’s pretty cool to be able to make a popsicle in 7 minutes!  Zoku also makes classic pop molds that go in the freezer.

If you just want fun molds to pop into the freezer, try some of these:

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Thanks for stopping by today, and have a great week!

Heidi

 

Comments

  1. Thanks so much for including our peach creamsicles in your awesome roundup!! Everything looks delicious!

  2. Oooh, Heidi! Those all look so yummy! I can’t decide which one to try first… so, thanks for that dilemma. =) Awesome collection! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Now that is a list. I love these because they are sweet but don’t fill you up.

  4. Stopping in from Wonderful Wednesday blog hop and love all your popsicle ideas! Perfect for summer, you’ll be putting a smile on my kids faces :) Enjoy your week!

  5. My son loves frozen treats! There a lot of great recipes for me to try! Thanks for sharing!

  6. So many great recipes! Thanks for including me! Pinned!

  7. I love this! Great roundup idea, Heidi!

  8. Some of these look super yummy!! Can’t wait to try them, thanks Heidi!

  9. AWESOME round up! All of these look amazing! I really want to try that Dole-Whip Inspired one. I’ve heard great things about that Disney legend but never found it when I went there several years ago. Thanks for linking up!

  10. Love these! We just got a popsicle making kit and I needed some recipes. I’m going to try that sour worms one when the kids are older – but I’m also going to test out some of the dairy free options for me!

  11. I haven’t made popsicles in years too and these recipes definitely have improved since the kool aide years :) My kids will love these, they’re always asking for popsicles. Thanks

  12. I’d love to try some of these. A fun new mold is also on order! I have a cheap one but things have changed!

  13. These all look so yummy! I truly can’t decide what to try first. Thanks for sharing these great popsicle recipes. Great collection.

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