Below is an article I did for Glitter Guide last month, featuring creative popsicle recipes to help you stay cool during these hot summer days. Scroll down to read it in full, and check out the original on Glitter Guide’s website.
A favorite summertime treat, there’s nothing more refreshing than an ice cold popsicle on a hot afternoon. Fruity and sweet and delicious, there are endless varieties of this frozen snack! Thus, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite recipes for you to try at home—all you need is a popsicle mold and a little bit of patience while your pops freeze!
These raspberry mint popsicles are as refreshing as they sound—and dairy-free!
Sneak in some veggies into your dessert with this antioxidant-packed blueberry kale popsicle.
For a creamy (and vegan!) treat, try these raw fudgesicles rolled in coconut, chopped pistachios, and sprinkles.
Popsicles get a grown-up twist with this honeydew cucumber margarita popsicle recipe. Perfect for summer gatherings with friends!
Have an abundance of strawberries? These strawberry popsicles with herbs are a creative way to use extra strawberries you know you won’t have time to consume before they go bad.
These berry, banana and coconut popsicles are like a smoothie on a stick.
No popsicle mold? No problem. These blackberry-orange-mint popsicles are made using an ice cube tray! Bonus: there’s no added sugar!
Packed with vitamin C, these orange and ginger popsicles taste bright and refreshing.
Feeling ultra-classy? Give these boozy French 75 popsicles a try—made with champagne, gin, simple syrup and lemon juice.
These adorable popsicles use store-bought yogurt and are a cinch to make. Edible glitter and sprinkles for decoration make them perfect for parties!
Which popsicle suits your taste most? (I can’t wait to try that French 75 popsicle!!)
P.S. For the adventurous foodies out there, this roasted sweet corn popsicle requires more prep than the others, but is sure to be unlike anything you’ve had before…