Keep your freezer stocked with these yummy treats so you can keep your kids — and yourself — chilled and satisfied all summer long.
We're not going to call these creamy watermelon pops healthy. We will, however, call them perfectly delicious.
These sugar-free ice pops are chock-full of berries for a sweet treat you can feel proud to serve.
Yogurt, fresh fruit and agave nectar gives these creamy and protein-packed ice pops a healthy flair.
Unlike most rainbow ice pops, this homemade treat is a veritable melting ground of healthy fruits and proteins.
Who says ice pops are only good in the afternoon? Whip up a batch of these smoothie-inspired treats for a healthy breakfast.
These cute pops prove that good things sometimes come in small packages. Write an encouraging note on the stick for a quick pick-me-up!
The melding of sweet tea and lemonade is a summer classic. Hand this refined ice pop to older kids and teens to leave them refreshed.
Any pop that tastes like a tropical vacation is a winner in our book.
You will not find an easier ice pop recipe out there, but your kids will be none the wiser. Just pour pink lemonade into your pop molds, and you're good to go!
Pineapples and coconut milk lend these pops a creamy and tangy vibe that's perfect for a summer night. Just omit the rum for a kid-friendly version.
If hydration is your goal, plunk a handful of these frozen nectar cubes into a glass of water for a colorful and flavorful blast.
These yogurt pops will satisfy any kid — and don't they look perfect for Memorial Day or the Fourth of July?
Blender giving you fits? Just drizzle a banana with chocolate and nuts before freezing for an ice pop knockoff.
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