These tasty treats are just the thing you need to cool down on a hot day, and you can make most varieties right from your kitchen! Popsicle maker sets can be found at grocery and dollar stores, and you can even skewer Dixie cups with popsicle sticks to use as cheaper, makeshift molds!
We’ve featured a few of the perfect ice pop recipes that require little effort, but bring big flavor. Click on the links for recipes and complete ingredient lists.
Made from yogurt and fresh fruit, these smoothie-esque bars are even patriotic! Substitute different fruits or yogurt flavors to change up this recipe — the author suggests using kiwis and mangos for a tropical twist!
A favorite of kids and grownups alike! These creamy bars will satisfy chocoholics while keeping them cool. Melted chocolate chips, cocoa powder, and sugar make these fudge pops super rich, so if need be, you can also try a simpler version, made with only pudding.
These chocolate-covered bananas are a fruity twist on the classic ice pop. Top with coconut flakes, crushed peanuts, sprinkles, or colorful candies to make them extra ready for summer!
These sweets require a bit more effort than others, but they promise to be worth it! Think of them as a frozen Oreo — but much, much bigger!
If you just can’t put down the Reeses cups, this recipe is for you! Creamy peanut butter and rich chocolate meet to form a decadent dessert that’s perfect for summer nights (or all year long!)
Not only are these ice pops super easy to make, but they’re also incredibly cool to look at! Create your own edible work of art with colorful fruit and fruit juice.
These simple ice pops require only three ingredients. While orange may be the “classic” flavor, you can substitute any kind of juice to customize these treats.