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7 Perfect Popsicle Recipes To Help You Cool Down

Who needs air conditioning when you have popsicles, right? Okay, well truthfully popsicles don’t make a great substitute for AC on particularly sweltering days, but the frozen treats do have the added benefit of being entirely portable and huge on flavour. Because as cooling as AC can be, you can’t eat it, which definitely gives popsicles a lot of points, especially when you have delicious popsicle recipes on hand.

The classic summertime treat are something you buy at the store for most folks, but they can actually be made at home with the right tools. Far more simple than one would assume to create, popsicles can come in many styles and flavours, giving you tons of room for innovation.

So this summer, don’t beat the heat with a store-bought popsicle. Make your own with fresh ingredients and interesting flavours and the seven popsicle recipes below will help you get started.

Mango Lassi Popsicles

Mango Lassi Popsicles

The refreshing Indian beverage is given new life in the form of a popsicle and it is delicious. Vibrant mango is complimented by tangy yogurt in a popsicle that is both tangy and cooling all at once.

Read the full recipe at: Platings And Pairings


Lemon Lime Flower Popsicles

Lemon Lime Flower Popsicles

Not only delicious, but incredibly pretty to look at, these citrusy popsicles gain a major boost in style thanks to the addition of edible flowers. Almost too pretty to eat (note the “almost”), these popsicles will be a huge hit at any summertime celebration.

Read the full recipe at: The Butter Half


Peach Melba Popsicles

Peach Melba Popsicles

A much-adored traditional dessert of peaches in raspberry sauce accompanied by vanilla ice cream, Peach Melba is a delicious way to cool down already. But when made into a popsicle, the dish is taken to new heights of flavourful refreshment, especially when infused with thyme like in this recipe. Of all the popsicle recipes, this one just might be my personal favourite.

Read the full recipe at: The Flavor Bender


Blueberry Breakfast Popsicles

Blueberry Breakfast Popsicles

Only 3 ingredients are needed to whip up these tasty-yet-nutritious popsicles. Almost like a smoothie on a stick, you won’t feel a hint of guilt for eating these popsicles for your morning meal.

Read the full recipe at: Baking-Ginger


Pineapple Mojito Popsicles

Pineapple Mojito Popsicles

What’s the one thing that can make popsicles even better? Well, alcohol, of course, and these cocktail-inspired popsicles prove it. A refreshing mojito made into popsicle-form, these “adult popsicles” will take the edge off in more than one way. Furthermore, of all the popsicle recipes, this one will likely be the biggest hit among adults.

Read the full recipe at: Cali Girl Cooking


Chocolate Dipped Coconut Popsicles

Chocolate Dipped Coconut Popsicles

Even though they’re entirely dairy-free, you wouldn’t know when first biting these chocolate-covered popsicles. Thanks to the use of coconut and natural sweeteners, these frozen treats attain a level of decadence you will thoroughly enjoy without feeling like you ate the equivalent of a Big Mac.

Read the full recipe at: The Almond Eater


Peanut Butter, Banana, & Chocolate Popsicles

Peanut Butter, Banana, & Chocolate Popsicles

But if you do want to indulge, look no further than these triple-threat popsicles that combine the deliciousness of peanut butter, banana, and chocolate. With medjool dates added in to round out the recipe, this is a popsicle both adults and kids alike can enjoy.

Read the full recipe at: Occasionally Eggs

Featured image courtesy of: Growing A Green Family

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