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Popsicles, Ice Pops, Granita, Oh My! 11 Icy Cool Recipes!

School is almost out in most parts of the country, and the temperatures are rising! One of my favorite ways to beat the heat is with a delicious frozen treat that I feel good about feeding to my kids and all their friends! Click through this mouthwatering slideshow for 11 icy cool recipes to help you beat the summer heat and also make you the “coolest” parent on the block!

What is your favorite flavor of popsicles?

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  • Frozen Yogurt Ice Pops 1 of 11
    Frozen Yogurt Ice Pops
    Greek yogurt is naturally thick and creamy, protein-rich, gluten free, vegetarian, and when you use it to make these popsicles, down right heavenly. And two ingredients is all the recipe calls for. That's it. What could be more simple, nutritious, and refreshing all at once?
  • Raspberry Coconut Popsicles 2 of 11
    Raspberry Coconut Popsicles
    This combination of frozen raspberry and coconut makes me feel like I'm in the tropics even when I'm in my own backyard. Take a taste and instantly transport your mind to that much needed vacation.
  • Chocolate Cheesecake Ice Pops 3 of 11
    Chocolate Cheesecake Ice Pops
    Chocolate. Cheesecake. Ice Pops. I really don't know what else there is to say. Two of the most decadent desserts come together in frozen form to create this mouthwatering combination.
  • Cucumber Lime Granita 4 of 11
    Cucumber Lime Granita
    Recipe and photo by With Style and Grace. If there is a more refreshing combination than cucumber and lime then I have not found it yet! Frozen and flaked into this cooling treat makes it even more refreshing and calming.
  • Red White and Blue Popsicles 5 of 11
    Red White and Blue Popsicles
    Make these vibrant Red White and Blue Popsicles for a healthy and festive Fourth of July celebration, or any time you want them, without food coloring!
  • Blackberry Popsicles 6 of 11
    Blackberry Popsicles
  • Watermelon Cinnamon Granita 7 of 11
    Watermelon Cinnamon Granita
  • Yogurt Berry Pops 8 of 11
    Yogurt Berry Pops
    Get the kids in the kitchen to help you create these adorable speckled ice pops!
  • Blackberry Granita 9 of 11
    Blackberry Granita
    Recipe and photo by Joy The Baker. Frozen blackberry granita served with a dollop of whipped cream. Is there a better dessert? I don't think so!
  • Green Ice Pops 10 of 11
    Green Ice Pops
    On warm summer afternoons when my kids need a pick me up, these green ice pops are the way to go. Made with coconut water which has dehydration-fighting electrolytes, pineapple with all it's digestive enzymes, and of course tons of nutrient-rich kale, you know your little whippersnapper is going to get their greens and then some. There's no better way to "lick" a greens aversion than through these pops!
  • Cherry Granita 11 of 11
    Cherry Granita
    This Cherry Granita couldn't be any easier if it tried. Just two ingredients and you've got a sweet icy treat for your loved ones.

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