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Summer Popsicle Recipe Roundup!

Have you jumped on board the make-your-own popsicle bandwagon yet? If not, it’s definitely time! You don’t even need fancy molds if you want to test it out first, simple paper cups will do just fine. I’ve scrounged up a few delectable summer popsicle recipe options plus tips in the gallery below, and even included a couple of basic popsicle molds should you decide you like what you taste!

Click through for the perfect treat that turns every summer day into a celebration — and cools you off too, because hey, it’s hot out there!

 

  • Dairy Free Berry Banana Pops 1 of 18
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    Looks refreshing, right? I want to bite into one of these right this minute!

    Details here from Good Life Eats

  • Strawberies and Cream 2 of 18
    strawberries-and-cream-popsicles

    Two of my very favorite things! 

    Recipe here from The Hub Of Our Home

  • Peach And Melon Popsicles 3 of 18
    chef-in-disguise-peach-and-melon-popsicles

    So yummy and a few good tips on what to use if you don't have traditional popsicle molds. 

    Details here from Chef In Disguise

  • Chocolate Covered Strawberry Pops 4 of 18
    chocolate-covered-strawberry-pops-chocolate-and-carrots

    It's as easy as strawberry puree and magic shell for this delicious frozen treat!

    Details here from Chocolate and Carrots

  • Blueberry Yogurt Pops 5 of 18
    blueberry-yogurt-popsicles-lezoe-musings

    You only need a few basic ingredients for these palate pleasing pops. 

    Recipe here from Le Zoe Musings

  • Peaches and Cream Dream Pops 6 of 18
    peaches-and-cream-dream-pops-chic-galleria

    Did someone say dream pop? Count me in! 

    Recipe here from Chic Galleria

  • Rainbow Pudding Pops 7 of 18
    rainbow-pudding-pops-ivillage

    You can't get more kid friendly than this, and proof that you don't need fancy equipment to make popsicles. Paper cups and sticks will do the trick!

    Details here from iVillage

  • Mango Lassi Popsicles 8 of 18
    mango-lassi-popsicles-cooking-stoned

    A favorite drink in popsicle form, can't wait!

    Details here from Cooking Stoned

  • Watermelon Citrus Pops 9 of 18
    vegan-in-the-freezer-melon-popsicles

    Only three ingredients here and no sugar added!

    Recipe here from Vegan In The Freezer

  • Strawberry Coconut Lime Popsicles 10 of 18
    strawberry coconut lime popsicles pineapple and coconut

    These look so delightful, can't wait to give them a try!

    Recipe here from Pineapple and Coconut

  • New Item 11 11 of 18
    strawberry popsicles

    Pureed strawberries and a little bit of juice, that's all you need for this easy recipe! 

    Details here from The Not So Super Mama

  • Cherry Lime Pops 12 of 18
    cherry lime ice pops

    Take advantage of cherry season by making these delectable pops with a twist of lime, sounds so good!

    Recipe here from Skinny Taste

  • Star Molds 13 of 18
    tovolo star molds

    If you decide you want to invest in some popsicle molds, these are a fun option! Pick them up on Amazon for only $12.99

  • Basic Popsicle Molds 14 of 18
    amazon popsicle molds

    Here's another great mold option, this one will make up to 10 popsicles at a time! Find it on Amazon for $17.79.

  • Blueberry And Peach Pops 15 of 18
    blueberry peach popsicles

    Seasonal fruits and berries make for great popsicle ingredients, I can hardly wait for fresh peaches to make these!

    Recipe here from Never Settle

  • Nutella Popsicles 16 of 18
    nutella

    You can never, ever go wrong with Nutella. 

    Recipe here from Anncoo Journal

  • Raspberry Cheesecake Pops 17 of 18
    raspberry cheesecake pops

    Well these look practically perfect in every way, a little more time intensive but I'm sure they're worth every minute!

    Recipe here from The Comfort Of Cooking

  • Strawberry Lemonade Pops 18 of 18
    strawberry lemonade pops

    I imagine you can switch out any type of berries for this summery popsicle treat. 

    Recipe here from McCormick

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