Kids love these super easy-to-make popsicles. The recipe calls for Yummy Mummy, a seasonal cereal available in the fall. Unless you have a stash of Yummy Mummy, and apparently some people do, you’ll need to substitute another fruity fave. Vanilla Jello Instant Pudding, milk and Cool Whip make these ice treats extra creamy. Recipe and photo via The Baking Robot.
Much like Mounds, Bounty bars have a coconut filling and a chocolate shell. Full-fat coconut milk, Greek yogurt, rice syrup and fresh grated coconut provide a low-sugar version of the candy bar. Recipe and photo via One Small Pot.
Mini Milk ice lollies provide U.K kids (and adults) with a healthy, not-too-sweet popsicle loaded with calcium. This popsicle recipe takes the basic idea of mini milks and adds various ingredients to appeal to a more sophisticated palette. Raspberries, blackberries, currants, sugared violets, sugared lime seeds and edible rose petals frozen into coconut milk make these treats lovely to look at and eat. Recipe and photo via Capture by Lucy.
Brighten you day with these colorful, fruity popsicles. Three layers–strawberry, white peach, and lime–provide the great look and taste. Add tequila for an adult indulgence or leave it out to keep them kid-friendly. The recipe creator chose to mimic the Mexican flag making these popsicles an awesome treat for Cinco de Mayo. Recipe and photo via The Cookie Rookie.
If you’re a fan of iced coffee, why not take it a step further and really cool down? This simple popsicle recipe has only three ingredients: Greek yogurt, International Delight Sugar Free French Vanilla creamer and . . . coffee. Change it up by using your favorite flavored creamer. Recipe and photo via This Mama Cooks.
Bursting with flavor and anti-oxidants, blueberries also provide the lovely color of these popsicles. After simmering the berries with sugar and water, puree the mixture with the lime juice. Freeze and serve as a refresher at your next dinner party. Recipe and photo via Epicurious.
If you’re watching your carbs, you need to check out these popsicles. With only 78 calories and 5 grams of carbs each, these pops provide a tasty, guilt-free option. They’re made with raw nuts, either cashews or macadamias, that have soaked in water for 6 to 8 hours. Pure peppermint extract provides the zing. Recipe and photo via Chocolate-Covered Katie.
Oh, yum! Cookie mix-ins! Greek vanilla yogurt, milk, strawberries and ground vanilla beans combine with shortbread in these delicious popsicles. If you’re not familiar with it, ground vanilla provides the flavoring without the alcohol found in extracts. You can buy ground vanilla or make it yourself. Here’s one DYI method:
* Slice the vanilla bean, then cut it into small pieces.
* Roast the pieces in a skillet until the flavor releases–about a minute or two.
* Transfer to a grinder or pestle and mortar and grind into a fine powder.
Store any leftovers in a sealed bag or jar.
Recipe and photo via The Kitchen Paper.
Oh, popsicles! You come in awesome flavor combos with crazy ingredients. Now, you emerge as dice. Lemon juice and lemon yogurt make up the bulk of these babies with fresh blueberries providing the pips. Wouldn’t they be a hit on casino night? Recipe and photo via Health.
Wily rhubarb, the vegetable we treat like a fruit, will be showing up in your market soon. The pinkish-reddish stalks add bright color and tart flavor to this popsicle recipe, which also includes sugar, vanilla and coconut milk. When buying the stalks, choose those that are pink at the cut end. According to the recipe’s creator, these will provide the best color for your popsicles. Recipe and photo via Hungry Girl Porvida.