10 Recipes To Make Popsicles at Home


How to make popsicles that are tasty and fun to make.  You’ll love these homemade popsicles that include ice popsicles, real fruit recipes, as well as cool shapes and flavors!

How To Make Popsicles

1.  Pineapple Orange  Banana Popsicles ~ Made of nothing but fruit, you don’t have to feel an ounce of guilt eating these yummy Summer treats.  You could even let the kids have them for/with breakfast!  Or break them out for dessert and they will never miss the extra sugar.

2.  Frozen Pudding Pops ~ These recipes take homemade frozen treats to a whole new level, and the kids will love to help them.  Yummy recipes include mint-chocolate cookie, blueberry-lemon cheesecake, cherry-almond fudge, pina-colada, peanut butter banana, and strawberries and cream.

Almond Chocolate Biscotti

3.  Almond Chocolate Biscotti Popsicles ~ Chocolate lovers alert!  This crunchy, chocolately biscotti popsicle is going to delight the adults and the kids.  I bet the kids will even eat the almonds!

4.  Easy Fudge Pops ~ Step by step directions for making your own fudge pops!  You probably already have the ingredients for these in your pantry, and they will cost you a fraction of what the store made popsicles cost.  I have also found these to be a great low-calorie way to curb a chocolate craving.

Popsicle Ice Pops

5.  Strawberry Basil & Blackberries and Cream Ice Pops ~  These delicious sounding ice pop recipes were made using ice pop molds bought at a local retailer and the flavors blend really well, according to the author!  {wink}


6.  Patriotic Popsicles ~  If you are planning an all day 4th of July celebration, set out the supplies for the popsicles early in the day and let the kids construct their own delicious and healthy combinations.  Then freeze them to be enjoyed while sitting outside watching fireworks.

Ice Popsicles

Ice Popsicles

7.  Red, White and Blue Ice Pops ~ These fun and frosty ice pops are not only a great way to cool off during your Patriotic barbecue, but they are a great way to get the kids involved while preparing for the party.  Put them to work creating these patriotic pops.

Cherry Limeade

8.  Cherry Limeade Pops ~ This recipe for cherry limeade pops is sure to be a favorite this summer!  It’s tangy and tart and looks absolutely delicious!

Homemade Popsicles

Smoothie Popsicles

9.   Green Smoothie Popsicles ~ The sweetness of the fruit masks the green veggies hidden in these popsicles. The kiddos will never know!

Strawberry Shortcake pop

10.  Strawberry Shortcake Pops ~ This incredible looking popsicle only uses 3 ingredients!  Strawberries, Greek yogurt and Nilla wafers.  Layer them in a plastic cup and throw in a spoon and you have a party worthy treat!

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  1. Wow, these are some cool links! I’ll definitely try the pudding pops this evening. Can’t wait to start. Thanks!

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