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In the summer, kids have a tendency to get bored. Make things interesting with these awesome Summer Popsicle Recipes. They can create their own popsicles with different flavors, shapes, sizes, and colors. How awesome, right? And they’re not the only ones who get to enjoy these delicious treats.
One of the best parts about making popsicles is that you don’t need anything special. Sure, you can get special popsicle molds and fun gadgets, but mostly, you just need small cups and popsicle sticks.
1.Kiwi Watermelon Popsicles
Best part about this recipe? It’s only three ingredients! And one comes from your faucet.
2. Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles
Ice cream and popsicles. It’s like the best of both worlds!
3. Kool-Aid Yogurt Pops
With two ingredients, even I could do this. Any since they’re made with Kool-Aid, there are tons of flavor possibilities.
4. Watermelon Ice Pops
These look amazing, but also adorable. Perfect for a party!
5. Creamy Nutella Popsicles
It’s quite possible I have an obsession with Nutella. When I buy it, I hide it from my kids. This one I might actually share. Maybe.
6. Root Beer Float Popsicles
Mmm, ice cream. Any time someone puts ice cream in a popsicle, I’m all in.
7. Jell-O Popsicles
If you need popsicles that don’t melt, check out this recipe. It’s super easy and the flavor possibilities are nearly endless.
8. Polka Dot Sprite Gusher Pops
I’m loving these recipes with soda in them. These are also so cute! Your kiddos will love them!
9. Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles
I love a good, fresh raspberry in the summer. Add them to a popsicle and I’m sold.
10. Coffee Popsicle
These may be a bit more grown-up, but who can resist ONE ingredient recipes?
11. Chocolate Toasted Coconut Pops
This one takes a little more effort, but totally worth it if you love coconut.
12. Mixed Berries and Coconut Pops
Lots of fruit in this one, but still so creamy.
13. Candy Popsicles
These are super simple to make with whatever you already have on hand. The kids will love them too!
14. Banana Pops
These aren’t exactly popsicles, but they still taste great! Plus, you can pretend the nutrition of the banana cancels out the chocolate.
15. Sour Gummy Sprite Pops
These are similar to the gusher pops listed above. Basically, start putting candy in all the popsicles!
16. Blueberry Orange Popsicles
What’s funny about this one is I don’t like blueberries very much, but frozen, and mixed with orange juice? MMM.
17. Rainbow Popsicles
The best part about these rainbow pops is that you can use any fruit you like. And it’s great for getting kids to eat more fruit.
18. Fudge Crunch Popsicles
There is always room for a good fudgesicle. These have a fun twist on them.
So, get out and make some amazing popsicles while the days are still long. It’s a great project for your kids to help make and eat.
Which one sounds the best to you? What other things could you add to your popsicles to make them outstanding?