We don’t usually associate beans with desserts. Yet, many Chinese, Japanese and Korean sweet dishes feature red bean paste. Made from boiled, mashed and sweetened Azuki beans, red bean paste is commonly used as a filling for pastry. Here, it fills popsicle molds to create a unique sweet frozen treat. Recipe and photo by Chichilicious.
Next time you have a movie night, why serve popcorn when you can serve popcornsicles? With butter, popcorn, cream, milk, sugar and salt, these babies will satisfy that sugary-salty-creamy-crunchy craving! Recipe and photo via Erica Rax.
If you’re the type of person who loves ice cream in the winter, you’re far from alone. Yes, cold treats hit the spot on hot, humid days but they’re also refreshing (and delicious) all year round. Apple Pie Popsicles, made with applesauce, apple cider, maple syrup and other yummy fall ingredients, lets you enjoy all the taste of pie with far fewer calories. Recipe and photo via Cookie Monster Cooking.
The next time you're daydreaming about lounging in a hammock on a tropical isle, grab on of these popsicles. The sweetness of the lychees and the coconut milk pairs nicely with the zing of the lime. Recipe and photo via Wallflower Girl.
Wow! These Nutella Cookie Butter Rocket Popsicles look so creamy and yummy. To make: Mix Cool Whip and Greek yogurt together (that’s the creamy) and divide mixture into two bowls. Add two tablespoons of Nutella to one bowl and two tablespoons of cookie butter to the other. Layer into molds, freeze and enjoy. Recipe and photo via The Dandy Life.
Sweet with a kick of spice can be such a nice surprise on the tongue. Pureed pineapple is added to a chile-infused syrup; toasted coconut adds an interesting texture. Recipe and photo via Fine Cooking.
Blueberries are one of those wonderful good-for-you foods that also tastes delicious. This recipe combines the fruit with full-fat sour cream and unsweetened vanilla almond milk. Stevia adds sweetness to this creamy frozen treat. Recipe and image via Family Fresh Cooking.
When you think of popsicles, the word “evil” doesn’t usually come to mind. Stoyn, an ice cream company in Moscow, has announced Ice Scream, its second line of character-based popsicles inspired by 80s horror movies. If you’ve always had a dark fantasy of licking Chucky’s face, your dream may finally come true!!!!! Photos via Stoyn.
Why should kids have all the fun on Halloween? The Three Musketeers Popsicle has that perfect combination of candy and booze. Cream, chocolate, chocolate liqueur and Kahlua mix up into one tasty frozen cocktail on a stick. Recipe and photo via Endless Simmer.
Has Halloween snuck up on you this year? Here’s a quick solution that only requires a box of store-bought popsicles and a magic marker. Little ones will love these super-cool ghosties! Idea and photo via Party Pinching.