Popsicles are a summer dessert staple. They”re simple but delicious, and the flavor combinations are endless. This season, instead of picking up a box of pops from the grocery store, why not try making some unique ones at home? To get started, check out the 22 one-of-a-kind recipes below. Whether you prefer super-sweet treats or something more refreshing, there”s something below for everyone.
1. Sour gummy worm pops
The most difficult part of making these kids” pops will be keeping them away from the adults.
2. Banana colada popsicles
I”d prefer to cover my entire batch in chocolate, thank you.
3. Smoothie popsicles
These popsicles are so good for you and so gorgeous.
4. Spicy watermelon popsicles
Just because popsicles are cold, doesn”t mean they can”t be HOT!
5. Strawberry shortcake popsicles
These pops look complicated, but the recipe is so simple.
6. Rootbeer float popsicles
You”re not going to find these unique popsicles in a store anytime soon.
7. Peach lavender popsicles
These are a lot more sophisticated than your typical store-bought “sicles.
8. Sunshine beet popsicles
When you think of popsicles, beets probably aren”t the first ingredient that comes to mind. But these get their sweetness from a healthy serving of raspberries and orange slices.
9. Cucumber and lemon spa pops
These simple but refreshing pops are sure to help you relax on a hot day.
10. Kool-Aid Greek yogurt pops
These are packed with protein, and kids will love their fruity flavor.
11. Watermelon kiwi pops
Watermelon makes a great, chunky base for popsicles.
12. Kiwi pineapple popsicles
These treats are absolutely gorgeous.
13. Gummy bear popsicles
These are made with Sprite, so they”re effervescent, too.
14. Green tea coconut popsicles
Green tea is known for its relaxing properties, so these pops can help you de-stress on hot days.
15. Floral popsicles
Just make sure the flowers you use are edible.
16. Cookies and cream popsicles
Just looking at these pops makes my mouth water.
17. Blood orange and coconut creamsicles
These aren”t your typical fruit and cream pops.
18. Avocado popsicles
If you don”t have much of a sweet tooth, these pops are for you.
19. Apricot rice pudding pops
If texture is just as important to you as taste, try this recipe.
20. Summer berry mint pops
If the gorgeous, deep color of these pops indicates just how tasty they are, sign me up.
21. Fudge popsicles
These are so much more indulgent than the fudge pops you can buy at the store.
22. Raspberry layered popsicles
These popsicles are almost too pretty to eat…almost.
Those floral popsicles are gorgeous! I had no idea you could eat flowers. I think I”ll try making those pops first…but the spicy watermelon pops are tempting, too. Which one of these ideas inspired you?
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