Any one of these delicious (and light!) ice pop varieties is sure to be a summertime hit with kids and adults alike.
July 09, 2013
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Blueberry-Peach Ice Pops
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.
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Triple Melon Cream Pops
Turn the bumper crop of peak-season melon into crowd-pleasing cream pops. Floral honeydew, musky cantaloupe, and candy-sweet watermelon provide dazzling pastel colors, while a bit of yogurt lends creamy appeal.
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.
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Blueberry-Lavender Yogurt Pops
These just might be the most sophisticated ice pops we've ever had. Reach for regular whole-milk yogurt here instead of Greek yogurt; the texture is looser, and the flavor is richer and less tart.