Any one of these delicious (and light!) ice pop varieties is sure to be a summertime hit with kids and adults alike.
It's not summertime without a yummy ice pop every now and then. But instead of reaching into the freezer for that box of store-bought
pops, try one of these tasty homemade versions.
An icy-fruity blueberry layer sandwiches creamy summer peach mousse for a stunning and delicious treat that children and adults will love.
View Recipe: Blueberry-Peach Ice Pops
Boasting just 82 calories and a boatload of vitamin C, these double-decker popsicles feature a sweet-tart lemon layer topped
with a minty watermelon layer. If you prefer one flavor over the other, double the amount of ingredients required for each
layer and make single flavored pops.
View Recipe: Minted Watermelon and Lemon Ice Pops
These rich, creamy pops will take you right back to childhood.
View Recipe: Chocolate Pudding Pops
Champagne adds a grown-up twist to this classic childhood treat. For a kid-friendly version, use nonalcoholic sparkling grape
View Recipe: Sparkling Strawberry Pops
They're a fruit and creamy-rich–avocados are perfect for freezing on a stick.
View Recipe: Avocado Pops
This tart pop is a fun break from the usual sweet pop. Even better? It only needs five ingredients!
View Recipe: Raspberry-Mint Ice Pops
Limoncello, a lemon-flavored Italian liqueur, provides just the right touch of zing to this icy treat.
View Recipe: Limoncello Pops
Sweet meets heat in this summer-ready popsicle recipe. A bit of pectin helps keep all the ingredients incorporated evenly
in this treat; without it, they tend to separate.
View Recipe: Watermelon-Jalapeño Ice Pops