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5 Popsicle Recipes to get you through Summer

This past weekend has been a hot one, and what better way to enjoy the warm weather then a homemade Popsicle. These aren’t your ordinary ice pop flavors, but will soon be your new favorite treat!

1. Banana Pudding Pops ​

This popcicle is one of our favorites... probably because we love banana pudding, and what better way to enjoy it this summer then in popsicle form! It has all the sweet and crunchy textures that everybody loves about the original, and it’s so easy to make you’ll want to make them all summer long! Click here for the full recipe.

2. Mango Pineapple Pops

There is nothing more refreshing than mango and pineapple during the summertime. So why not combine both and make it into a frozen treat? The perks about making homemade popsicles is you know exactly what goes in them. This recipe is so healthy you can even have them for breakfast. Click here for the recipe.

3. Grapefruit Thyme Popsicle 

While this recipe is delicious, it’s even prettier to look at. The ingredients list calls for grapefruit juice, coconut water, and thyme. It’s naturally vegan, high in vitamin-c, and filled with electrolytes. It’s exotic and combines flavor that work so perfectly together. Check out the full recipe here!

4. Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicle

This next recipe is more like a dessert, but who doesn’t love strawberry cheesecake, and having it in stick form is even better. What’s fun about homemade popsicles is that you can experiment with different flavors and ingredients and then see which you like best. This recipe calls for cheesecake instant pudding, strawberries, and vanilla wafers. For the full recipe click here! 

5. Rainbow Popsicle

A fruity delight that has all the colors of the rainbow? Sign us up! It requires a little bit more time and concentration as each layer has to made separate, but we promise you it’s worth it. This recipe has almost every fruit and even vegetables you can think of from beetroot, pineapple, mango, spinach, bananas, oranges etc. For the full recipe click here 

We hope these recipes keep you cool in the upcoming warm summer months, have a great day!

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