Here in Florida, popsicles are a must have summer treat. My kids love playing outside in the water and cooling off by eating popsicles. I don’t love all the sugar and junk that goes into them so I rarely buy them. Homemade popsicles are a great alternative to store bought because you know exactly what is going into them and your kids can help you make them too!
I have been searching for some popsicle recipes to make with my kids this summer. This will be a fun summer cooking/home-ec class!
Here are some popsicle recipes I found that look amazing:
Firecracker Ice Pops from Martha Stewart – these fruit infused popsicles are perfect for the 4th of July.
Blueberry Chia Popsicles from Bless this Mess – these healthy popsicles have some secret healthy ingredients in them!
Strawberry Apple Ice Pops from Lasting Thumb Prints – these healthy popsicles are gluten and dairy free.
2 Ingredient Pineapple Cream Popsicles from Happy Healthy Mama – oh these look so refreshing!
Frozen Watermelon Pops from Little Bins for Little Hands – what a fun idea using fresh watermelon!
DIY Go-gurt from Make the Best of Everything – this is a fabulous idea and would be great frozen!
Raising Generation Nourished has some amazing healthy popsicle recipes:
Rehydrating Eloctrolyte Popsicles
5 Nourishing Summer Popsicles
Tropical Blender Sorbet Refined Sugar Free and Dairy Free
If you don’t have popsicle molds these all come with rave reviews:
ZIPZICLE – (36 Pack) Zip-Top Ice Pop Pouch
BPA FREE-Ice Pop Molds by Top Choice-Set of 6 Popsicle Molds
Cuispro Snap-Fit Pop Molds: 6 Rocket and 6 Boat Shapes
Tovolo Jewel Pop Molds – Set of 6
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