Banoffee pie hails from Britian and contains bananas, toffee and cream. Some versions also contain chocolate, pecans and coffee. These popsicles have all the Banoffee flavor without the high calories. Skim milk and Greek yogurt replace the cream and graham crackers provide the flavor and texture of the crust. Recipe and photo via Port and Fin.
These popsicles get their amazing color from beetroot juice. The liquid has gotten interest as new studies show a link between drinking beetroot juice and enhanced athletic performance. In addition to boosting your stamina, the crimson drink helps lower blood pressure, fights inflammation, detoxifies and contains valueable nutrients and fiber. In this popsicle recipe, the juice is blended with frozen raspberries, lemon juice and sugar to taste. Recipe and photo via Supergolden Bakes.
Oh, how I wish I could run out to the store and buy these! But be aware–these have to be consumed on a splurge day. That’s because the popsicles have whole milk, heavy cream, egg yolks and sugar (plus matcha, salt, cornstarch and vanilla). The quick-hardening magic shell is made from toasted almonds, coconut oil and chocolate chips. Recipe and photo via Oh, How Civilized.
Fresh, natural and fun to eat. The red layer has pureed fresh strawberries, lemon juice, sugar and water. The orange layer is pureed and strained mango. Recipe and photo via Oh Sweet Day.
The “bug” in the title of this popsicle recipe refers to the whimsical molds used to make them. For these summery treats, bring store-bought limeade, mint leaves and fresh ginger to a boil in a saucepan and let steep for an hour. Strain out the leaves and ginger then freeze. Recipe and photo via Boulder Locavore.
Our mouths (and minds) love it when we eat things that have a combination of tastes and textures. These popsicles have a sweet/salty/creamy/crunchy thing happening. They’re made by layering strawberries and strawberry jam, Greek yogurt with honey and vanilla, and bits of hard pretzels. Recipe and photo via Baking A Moment.
Here’s the thing about brownies: they’re crunchy and chewy and chocolate. They’re also versatile. Craving fudge, peanut butter, Nutella? There’s a brownie for that. This popsicle recipes pairs the brownie of your choice, homemade or store-bought, with whole milk and sweetened condensed milk for a delicious and portion-controlled frozen treat. Recipe and photo via Lady and Pups.
You’ve just been invited to a Fourth of July party. The invitation reads, “Bring a dessert” but you’re busy and it’s too hot to heat up the oven. Luckily, Popsicle Recipes has you covered! These easy-to-make pudding pops will be a hit with both kids and grown-ups. And, bonus points!, they’re red, white and blueberry. Recipe and photo via Neighborfood.
Creamy pudding pops plus candy make these babies something special. To make, heat cook-and-serve pudding mix and milk in a saucepan. Stir in peanut butter right before it boils. Layer the popsicles with the peanut butter cups in the middle. Recipe and photo via The View from the Great Island.
Chia seeds add texture and lots of health benefits to these popsicles. High in fiber, these little seeds are rich in anti-oxidants, Omega- 3s and minerals. They also absorb water that leaves you feeling full. Blueberries, lemon juice, coconut water and maple syrup round out the recipe. Recipe and photo via The Unproccessed Home.