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12 Refreshing Popsicle Recipes

By , SparkPeople Blogger
Looking for some healthy ways to make your own popsicles? We've rounded up a variety of healthy and refreshing popsicle recipes for you to try.

Dairy-Free Fruit Popsicles

Blueberry Mango Yogurt Popsicles

Rhubarb Apple Popsicles

Mango Coconut Popsicles

Strawberry Popsicles

Lemonberry Popsicles

Mango-Banana Popsicles

blueberry yogurt popsicles

Strawberry-Tangerine Popsicles

Banana cream popsicles

Blueberry-Honey Popsicles

Pina Colada Pops

Which of these recipes will you be trying? Do you have other favorite popsicle recipes?

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There is nothing more refreshing during a hot summer day than a cold delicious popsicle! Thanks for the yummy suggestions. Report
These recipes are great but I have one that uses 1 cup each of mango and peach puree and a little lime juice. This mixture can be made in a blender or food processor and sugar substitute can be added if you prefer a sweeter taste. The calories in these popsicles are nominal (under 100 calories) and this recipe makes 8 small popsicles. Once frozen they can also be used in smoothies. Report
These are great to cool off in the summer. Love the varieties that are posted. I'm sure my grandaughter will enjoy them and so will I. Report
Thanks for sharing, they all look wonderful. I can't wait to try them! :) Report
Definitely the strawberry and lemon berry popsicles. :) Report
i will have to try these...they are so easy and sound delicious... Report
These def sound yummy! Report
I am definitely going to have to try some of these. Report
They are not on your list, but we just got done making orange juice with fresh rasberries. We put in the fresh rasberries (just picked!) and added just enough orange juice to feeze them. Looking forward to them this afternoon! Report
My favorite summer "popsicle" is frozen grapes. Bite-size, sweet, and delicious! No artifical sugar, just the natural goodness. Frozen bananas are also yummy. When our kids were little, their friends would want to trade with them! Report
I wish some didn't use artificial sweeteners! :o( Report
Yum! Have to do some shopping, but I'll definately try a couple of these! Report
Thank you for posting these! I am not too big on juices and popsicles but my daughter loves them. Thanks! Report
I'd like to try all except the Rhubarb-Apple. Never eaten rhubarb, don't think I'd like red celeryLOL! Report
Can't wait to try them all!! Report
Popsicles are not only yummy, but also a great way to beat the heat! Thanks so much. I like to eat frozen whole strawberries right out the freezer. Report
Oh yum! I can't wait to try some of these...the first being the banana cream pop! Report
They all sound great. Will try them all!! Report
I saw a spot on TV from the local newscast where they suggested you crush water melon and cantaloupe and layer it in with alternating low fat or fat free yogurt. I think i might like to try that. I never thought of melons frozen! Report
Ideally? I'd love to try all of them. Realistically? That's not a real plan...I would undo everything I've done! The temptation is fun to toy with, though.... Report
My daughter is lactose intolerant, so the dairy-free popsicle made with soy milk is a favorite. Thanks for the wonderful idea. It's a thrill to have something special for her. Report
I will try the banana popsicle....I love anything with banana flavor.
yum...yum Report
blueberry Mango sounds delish! Report
The banana cream. I looked at the blueberry honey but would have to make w/o the soy stuff since I can't use anything with soy Report
Great ideas for grandkids Report
Banana Cream of course! Report
Shared this one on Facebook Report
Yum! The rhubarb apple ones sound really intriguing! Report
the blueberry-mango yogurt ones sound tasty. so do the mango-coconut ones. Report
Those Blueberry Mango Yogurt popsicles look good. I might have to try those! Report
My boys like a can of LITE Peaches (juice and all) with 3/4 to 1 cup yogurt in blender until smooth and then pour into popsicle molds. One way for them to get fruit. Report
Can't wait to try that Coconut one...thanks for sharing :) Report
I can't wait to try these! They sound so delicious and easy! Report
I love popsicles i will be making these this week for sure.. Report
What a great idea for a Healthy Low Calorie Treat! I tried the Strawberry Pops and just love them! Report
Wow!! These all sound so refreshing! Now I know what to do with the left over coconut milk from other recipes--make mango coconut popsicles. I used to make popsicles when my son was very young. Wonder where those popsicle molds are? It's time to get them back out. Report
Not a POP fan. Too drippy. Report
I'll be making the mango coconut without the sugar added. Report
Blueberry Mango Yogurt sounds delicious. Gotta get a mango today! Report
my guilty treat is cutting a banana in 1/2 and then sticking it on a popsicle stick, dipping it in dark chocolate and freezing it that way....soooo yummy Report
Sound sooo yummy. Thanks Report
great thanks Report
I have been looking for some recipes for quite some time.. Thank you! Report
I'm feeling mango lately and have always enjoyed the pina colada! The actaully sound like smoothie flavors which I'll add banana to the strawberry flavors! Good going! Report
These look really good and luckily I just bought a popsicle mold from Target for like 3 dollars! Report
Going to add strawberry to the mango coconut...great recipes thanks! Report
pina colada pops sound yummy Report
Great ideas! I forget about popsicles! Report
thanks for sharing Report
wow- thanks for the great ideas to keep cool! Report
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