Fudgy Banana Pops
Using only three ingredients each, these incredibly easy ice pops are hard to pass on. People who prefer something beachy will delight in the Tropical Mango Pops, but the adventurous eater really needs to make a batch of the Mango-Jalapeño Pops. From sweet to spicy, these recipes offer a variety of pops to please any palate. These no-cook ice pops are a great project to make with young chefs. Each kid can pick their own, stir everything together, and pour into molds. Mom will be especially happy knowing exactly what's in the treat they're eating.
First up, our Fudgy Banana Pops. They're creamy, chocolaty, and cold, everything you want after a long swim in the pool. The addition of cocoa powder makes this twist on a banana pop feel indulgent, but each pop rings in at only 91 calories, so eat a sweet treat to beat the heat.
Dairy-Free Strawberries and Cream Pops
No need for dairy to get a creamy texture in these popsicles. A combination of almond milk and coconut yogurt pair with fresh strawberries for a flavor that embodies summer.
Avocado Lemonade Pops
Creamy, tart, and just sweet enough, this light green pops packs a good serving of vitamin C and unsaturated fat. For a flavor twist, feel free to sprinkle in different herbs (like lavender or mint) or citrus zest for a tangy result.
Tropical Mango Pops
Mango, coconut, and lime are the key ingredients to this pop that tastes like a tropical getaway. Kick back and cool off while imagining you're on a palm tree-studded beach somewhere.
This fruity pop turns a beautiful pink-orange hue that's sure to transport you to a seashore at sunup. If you're sipping on one while you actually watch the sun rise, even better.
Mango Jalapeño Pop
Spicy-sweet is a great label for this ice pop. The creamy sweetness of the mango blunts the heat of the jalapeno. We make one ingredient, the lime, play double duty by using both the zest and juice.
Creamy-Tart Raspberry Lemonade Pops
A delicately pink pop studded with ruby gems of raspberry. It earns its "tart" label, so get ready to pucker up. Make a batch on Sunday and ration pops as low-calorie desserts or snacks all week.
Iced Coffee Pops
Forget hot coffee on hot days, and get your caffeine jolt in a much cooler way: ice pops. With all of the components of a simple iced coffee, these 3-ingredient pops can use up leftover coffee from your morning pitcher. You can also use your favorite cold-brew coffee brand. You won't even have to stand around waiting on your coffee to brew.
Green Tea Coconut Milk Pop
Full of creamy coconut flavor, this pop is satisfying without pushing you over your daily calorie goals. Matcha adds a bright flavor and color, while honey brings a hint of sweetness. This recipe makes a total of 10 pops, so be ready to share with your friends.
Boozy Watermelon Pops
Is there anything more refreshing than a slice of watermelon on a hot summer day? Maybe, but not much. So why not take it a step further and freeze watermelon juice into a delicious ice pop? Add a pour of tequila for a boozy treat, or save the liquor for later, and add a little sugar for a family-friendly treat.
Cucumber-Mint Limeade Pops
Tangy yet sweet, with the refreshing addition of cucumbers and mint, this pop will cool down even the hottest of summer days.
Piña Colada Pops
Ultra creamy and tangy, with a faint hint of vanilla, these tropical-inspired pops taste like summer. Indulgent enough to be dessert, but light enough in calories to be a small snack, Piña Colada Pops are worth the freezer space. To make a more adult version, and to stay more true to the name, feel free to add a dash of rum when whisking.
Berry Swirl Pops
Layers of color and flavor collide in this refreshingly fruity pop. Two types of berries swirl into vanilla yogurt for a dreamy treat that is reminiscent of a parfait, but satisfying enough to be dessert. Best part? At only 48 calories per pop, you can get away with getting seconds.