Popsicle recipes to keep kids cool all summer long

Credit: Lindsey Johnson

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.  (WOTV)-  Making your own popsicle is an easy and fun way to beat the heat.  I like being able to customize flavors and the amount of sugar in each frozen treat.  It’s a great way to get your kids involved too.   Check out some of the delicious ideas I found around the internet. Start pinning because if you’re like me you’ll want to try each and every one.

Popsicle Recipes to try

 

 Tropical Treat

This frozen treat is a tropical blend of pineapple, oranges and banana.  I like this recipe because it’s easy to make and is fresh, packed with healthy ingredients.

Credit: Gimme Some Oven
Credit: Gimme Some Oven

 

 Blueberry Smoothie Pop

Turn your favorite smoothie into a delicious popsicle.  I love this recipe that is packed with yogurt, blueberries and banana.

Credit: Lindsey Johnson
Credit: Lindsey Johnson

 

 Strawberry Kiwi Crush

This refreshing treat is perfect for kids or adults.   This recipe is a simple blend of strawberries, watermelon and kiwi!  YUM!

Credit: superhealthykids.com
Credit: superhealthykids.com

 

 Rootbeer Float on a stick

Ok, this may not be a healthy popsicle but I couldn’t resist including this idea!  2 ingredients make a delicious and portable version of this classic!

Credit: eatingonadime.com
Credit: eatingonadime.com

 

Fresh Fruit Pops

I love these pops becuase they don’t even require a mold.  Simply fill cups with the fresh fruit of your choice and top with juice and a stick.

Credit: neatologie
Credit: neatologie

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