7 favorite popsicle recipes

Cool off with the ultimate refreshing summer treat

Nectarine Creamsicles with Rose Water

Aya Brackett

Nectarine Creamsicles with Rose Water

Put a contemporary twist on the childhood favorite. If your nectarines aren’t quite ripe enough, try it with any of your favorite stone fruits, like apricots or peaches.

Recipe: Nectarine Creamsicles with Rose Water

Triple-Decker Citrus Popsicles

Victoria Pearson

Triple-Decker Citrus Popsicles

The layered look to these popsicles is easy to achieve if you have a bit of patience to let each flavor freeze. We love it with the citrus juices, but you could use any flavor juice you have and get the same gorgeous results.

Recipe:  Triple-Decker Citrus Popsicles

Triple-Berry Popsicles

Triple-Berry Popsicles

This berry blend in popsicle form is great at the height of summer when fresh berries are cheap, full of sugar, and quick to soften.

Recipe: Triple-Berry Popsicles 

Margarita "Poptails"

Jeffery Cross

Margarita "Poptails"

Use this cocktail-popsicle as inspiration to turn your favorite libation into an adult dessert.

Recipe: Margarita "Poptails" 

Mexican Paletas

James Carrier

Mexican Paletas

Travel south of the border for flavor inspiration for these sweet treats on a stick. Using banana is a great way to add a bit of creamy texture without the use of milk or dairy.

Recipe: Mexican Paletas

Fruit Pops

Christina Schmidhofer

Fruit Pops

Strawberry-Cream Fruit Pops (second from left)

The secret to this recipe is the sour cream that’s blended into the fruit, giving this treat a bit of tang and a creamy texture.

Recipe: Strawberry-Cream Fruit Pops 

Raspberry-Orange Pops (furthest right)

Blending two of your favorite flavors, like raspberry and orange, is a fun way to create a custom summer treat.

Recipe: Raspberry-Orange Pops 

 

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