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Unique Ice Pop Flavors You Have to Try

 

I always thought that my rainbow fruit pops were a fancy and fun crowd pleaser for both kids and adults, but I recently saw this collection of flavor combinations that blow mine out of the water. The talented Family Kitchen writers have created flavors like cucumber watermelon and blueberry cheesecake! Over at the Daily Meal, they’ve taken it a step further and found unusual combos like strawberry with goat cheese and peanut butter curry. Wow, what flavor sensations! I’m feeling the need to step up my game, or perhaps I’ll just make some of the following recipes…


  • Real Watermelon Popsicles 1 of 12
    Real Watermelon Popsicles
    The base of this popsicle is made of real, fresh watermelon. Add more fruit flavors of your own choice for a fun twist!
    Make your own real watermelon popsicles
  • Rainbow Fruit Pops 2 of 12
    Rainbow Fruit Pops
    We loved making these healthy, fresh, fruity rainbows for parties or anytime. Even kids who don't usually like fruit will love the bright colors and cool treat on a hot day!
    Make your own rainbow fruit pops
  • Persimmon Pudding 3 of 12
    Persimmon Pudding
    Persimmons are only in season for a short amount of time, and we don't get a lot of imports year-round of these. Take advantage when they are here and create new ways to enjoy the flavor. These ice pops are the perfect way to introduce an unfamiliar flavor in a familiar form to your kids.
    Find more unusual flavors at The Daily Meal
  • Raspberry Coconut Popsicles 4 of 12
    Raspberry Coconut Popsicles
    These popsicles have an incredibly rich, tart flavor. The perfect treat for your popsicle-loving adult friends.
    Make your own raspberry coconut popsicles
  • Arroz Con Leche 5 of 12
    Arroz Con Leche
    This mean rice with milk. That sounds like an unusual flavor for a popsicle, but chewy, sweet goodness is surprisingly perfect in pop form.
    Find more unusual flavors at The Daily Meal
  • Watermelon Cucumber Popsicles 6 of 12
    Watermelon Cucumber Popsicles
    Watermelon and cucumber are two of the most refreshing flavors ever. Combine them for an even more refreshing, cool treat.
    Make your own watermelon cucumber popsicles
  • Vanilla Malt Whopper 7 of 12
    Vanilla Malt Whopper
    Malted milk balls are one of my favorite treats, and malted milk shakes remind me of being a kid. In addition to being delicious, these pops provide a double dose of nostalgia.
    Find more unusual flavors at The Daily Meal
  • Blueberry Cheesecake Popsicle 8 of 12
    Blueberry Cheesecake Popsicle
    Who says a popsicle can't be rich, creamy, and dreamy? This one is just that.
    Make your own blueberry cheesecake popsicles
  • Strawberry And Goat Cheese 9 of 12
    Strawberry And Goat Cheese
    For those with a sophisticated palate, this Hawaiian company brings you this unique, fresh flavor combo.
    Find more unusual flavors at The Daily Meal
  • Herb-Infused Lemonade Popsicle 10 of 12
    Herb-Infused Lemonade Popsicle
    Why just have plain, old lemonade when you can add herbs to create a gourmet pop? Beautiful and yummy.
    Make your own herb infused lemonade popsicles
  • Thai Tea And Sweet Potato 11 of 12
    Thai Tea And Sweet Potato
    Potato in a pop? Well, why not? It's sweet and creamy and goes well with Thai tea.
    Find more unusual flavors at The Daily Meal
  • Strawberry Shortcake Popsicle 12 of 12
    Strawberry Shortcake Popsicle
    Strawberry shortcake is my favorite dessert, and now it's perfect for cooling off in the summer heat. Yum!
    Make your own strawberry shortcake popsicles

Read more great recipes from Macki on Cooking With My Kid!

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More on Family Kitchen:

9 fresh tips to get organized in the kitchen

How to make Sriracha salt

10 beautiful ombre cakes for summertime parties

How to make rainbow fruit pops

5 minute blackberry cobbler

See all Macki’s recipes on Family Kitchen

 

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