15 Summer Popsicle Recipes!


When I can feel the hot sun on my legs and smell sunscreen in the air I know I’m in a happy place.

Thank the Heavens it’s SUMMERTIME!
One of our favorite ways to cool off is with an icy or slushy treat. Moms are no stranger to the giant bag of Otter Pops we can so conveniently toss in the freezer and pull out when we’re melting. And my family can plow through those pretty fast. But there are SO many fun popsicle recipes out there that we decided to spend this summer trying out as many as possible! 
And let’s be honest, I LOVE the idea of trying out more healthy and natural flavors. Most of the time, store bought popsicles and Otter Pops are just FULL of sugar and fake flavorings. You can trust a lot of these recipes to be a healthy and TASTY alternative! 
And I will tell ya, the kiddos LOVE to help out. The hard part? Waiting for them to freeze. My kids huddle around the freezer for these babies! My advice…make them after they go to bed so they are ready to go the next day. And stock up on a few sets of popsicle containers so you can keep a bunch on hand!
I’ve included the links to all of these fabulous recipes that I’ve collected. Some we have tried and some we are anxiously waiting to taste!
For the recipes, just click the links below the pictures!

Love the Raspberry Yogurt one here!
Cookies n Cream Pops
Nutella Fudge Pops

Cantaloupe Pops
Orange Creamsicles
Coconut Cream Popsicles
And last but not least, my personal favorite is one I’ve come up with on my own
In so many summers past, I would buy the Margarita Mix Tubs (w/o alcohol) and put them in the freezer. Then I would have a nice giant mug of slushy yumminess to take to the pool with us!
I don’t have a fancy recipe for these. Lately, I just buy the Alcohol-Free Margarita Mix and pour into popsicle containers. It’s perfect!
I really hope you enjoyed this post and that you get a chance to make some of these fun popsicles this hot summer!!

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