1/ Greek Yogurt + Peanut Butter
Adding in chocolate chips is in this recipe is optional. For delicious peanut butter popsicles add 2 parts yogurt, one part peanut butter and freeze. You can swirl with melted chocolate for a delicious surprise throughout the ice pop and still keep things healthy by using high quality, dark chocolate.
2/ Watermelon + Fresh Mint Leaves
In the food processor, combine one cup of watermelon with a handful of fresh mint leaves. Puree and pour into popsicle molds for a refreshing take on this summer popsicle.
3/ Nutella + Cool Whip
Equal parts nutella and cool whip are combined together to create this fudge, soft textured popsicle that’s going to become your favorite way to enjoy the popular hazelnut spread.
4/ Milk + Cookie Butter
Add 2 tablespoons of cookie butter to one cup of almond milk and pour it into popsicle molds
5/ Orange Juice + Greek Yogurt
Optional: add in orange slices (peel sliced off)
6/ Chai Tea + Milk
Easily one of my favorite popsicles through the summer months, these are a delicious way to get an afternoon pick me up without having a hot beverage – plus they’re simple.You can use chai tea concentrate to make these easy chai tea latte popsicles for a cool afternoon treat.
7/ 7 up + Frozen Gummy Fish
The trick to making these Swedish Fish in the sea popsicles work is freezing the gummy fish before you put them into the popsicle molds. That way, they’re going to remain the same size as the 7up has frozen. To suspend them, put the molds in the freezer for 20-30 minutes before adding in the Swedish Fish.
8/ Orange Juice + Strawberry Puree
Strawberry puree or sauce is one of the easiest popsicle bases, so I end up making a batch of it every week. Boil a package of strawberries with a couple of tablespoons of honey, and puree when finished to create a smoother mixture (I usually leave it full of chunks for popsicles and waffles). Store it in the fridge for the better part of a week. To make sunrise pops, combine the puree with orange juice, allowing one layer to freeze before adding the next (40 minutes in the freezer for the first layer).
9/ Hot Chocolate + Marshmallows
Frozen hot chocolate popsicles are a creamy, delicious and chocolate option for those cold summer months. You can choose to follow this recipe and make your own hot chocolate, or use store-bought to create a batch and top with marshmallows inside the home-made popsicle mold for delicious results.
10/ Strawberries + Lemonade
You could make your own lemonade and sweeten with honey to make this delicious treat a bit healthier, and it would pair fantastic with the simple strawberry purée I mentioned above.
11/ Greek Yogurt + Strawberries
Strawberry shortcake popsicles that are healthy too are simple when you choose vanilla Greek yogurt and combine it with strawberries to make a simple strawberry shortcake popsicle. If you’ve got a few hours, layer the vanilla and strawberries by freezing separately for 20-30 minutes at a time per layer.
12/ Coconut Greek Yogurt + Lime
The next time you’re at the store wondering whether to try the coconut flavoured greek yogurt, give it a try. Pair it with some lime juice and zest to create easy two ingredient popsicles that will knock your socks off.
13/ Toasted Coconut + Coconut Greek Yogurt
Pair toasted coconut with Coconut greek yogurt for a delicious popsicle that’s going to have a bit of texture inside. When the popsicle has frozen, you can also run it quickly under water, then dip it in the toasted coconut for a bit more flavor. It’s delicious for a coconut lover.
14/ Frozen Bananas + Chocolate
Dip bananas in chocolate and freeze them on popsicle sticks for a delicious treat that’s ready in as quick as twenty minutes, and easily created with healthy dark chocolate.
15/ Root Beer + Whipped Cream
This basic root beer float popsicle can be mixed right inside of the popsicle mold to create a delicious, cool treat that’s perfect for those after dinner sweet cravings. Tip: Add a touch of cinnamon to the float popsicles, it’s delicious.
16/ Pellegrino + Chopped Fruit
Sweeten the pellegrino with a bit of honey and fill the popsicle mold up with cut fruit. Since you’re going to be filling the mold, only fill with Pellegrino or other sparkling water about 2/3 of the way. You can top up if needed, and choose thinly sliced, colorful fruit.
17/ Fresh Pineapple + Coconut Milk
Combine 2 cups of chopped pineapple (or canned for a less intense flavour) with a can of coconut milk for popsicles that are going to give you island cravings. They’re creamy, delicious and can be prepared in minutes with a food processor. Cut this recipe in half for a half dozen easy to make fresh pineapple popsicles.
18/ Coconut Milk + Strawberry Puree
Use a half a can of coconut milk (equal milk + cream) with 1 cup of strawberry puree to create delicious popsicles. To add in a bit more flavor, add the juice from 1/2 lime and some zest to the popsicles in the food processor.
19/ Coconut Water + Mango Chunks
Easy, delicious and simple, this recipe for coconut water ice pops is one of the most delicious I’ve tried. It’s simple enough, just add coconut water into the ice pop molds and add chunks of fresh cut mango. Freeze and repeat. These are so fresh, and you are going to want to repeat the recipe.
20/ Canteloupe + Fresh Mint
The key to making delicious fruity popsicles is creating enhancements in the flavor. Using a food processor, puree 1-2 cups of canteloupe with a handful of fresh chopped mint. Freeze and enjoy the refreshing treat. To enhance the flavor, add the juice from 1/2 lime and a pinch of sea salt.
21/Peanut Butter + Banana
Combine six bananas with 1/2 cup of peanut butter in the food processor to create delicious banana peanut butter popsicles. To create a creamier pop, add in a few heaping tablespoons of your favorite yogurt, or whipped cream.
22/ Yogurt + Chopped Fresh Mango
Mango creamsicles. Just thinking about creamy these are when you make them with Greek Yogurt makes me want to get out the popsicle maker right now and head to Costco to buy a flat of mangoes. Combine 2 mangoes with a half a cup of yogurt (Coconut flavour is my favorite) and process until smooth. Add to molds, and enjoy.
23/ Cocoa + Banana + Coconut Milk
This dairy free favorite gets me through the whole 30. Use 1 tablespoon of cocoa, a couple of bananas and a can of coconut milk (add honey if you want them sweeter) to the food processor. Blend, and you’ve got delicious, easy dairy free chocolate banana popsicles.
24/ Lemon Greek Yogurt + Mashed Blueberries
Add a cup of lemon flavored yogurt, with 1/4 cup of milk. Combine those two ingredients and puree 1/3 cup of blueberries. Add the yogurt mixture to the ice pop molds and swirl the blueberries into the ice pop mold for a delicious and fresh combination. Add lemon zest to enhance the flavor.