Top 10: Refreshing Summer Popsicles

It is time to break out the popsicle molds! After I tried out making homemade summer popsicles I can’t go back to store-bought, they are too sweet and often filled with weird ingredients.  If you don’t already have popsicle molds you can buy some here, here or here, or you can always just use small paper cups with popsicle sticks in them. Here are ten refreshing fruity recipes for summer popsicles that I hope you will enjoy:

Top 10 Refreshing Summer Popsicles | Rainbow Delicious

Rainbow Whole Fruit Popsicles from The View from Great Islandwhole fruit rainbow popsicles

Peachy Keen Creamsicles from My New Rootspeachy keen creamsicles

Coconut Fig Popsicles from Squirrelly Mindscoconut fig popsicles

Pink Lemonade Popsicles from Smitten Kitchenpink lemonade popsicles

Cucumber Lime Paletas from Ambrosia Bakingcucumber lime paletas

Watermelon Cucumber Popsicles from The Comfort of Cookingwatermelon cucumber

Cantaloupe Popsicles from Ameliacantaloupe popsicles

This recipe is in Swedish, but you should be able to use your browsers translation tool.  If not, the recipe includes 1 cup water and 1 cup sugar (to make a simple syrup) mixed with 1 pureed cantaloupe and 1 tablespoon of fresh lemon juice. 

Tropical Avocado Popsicles from Cooking Stonedtropical avocado popsicles

Strawberry Lime Yogurt Pops from Elephantine Blogstrawberry lime yogurt popsicles

Pineapple Mango Cayenne Paletas from Nutrition Strippedpaleta pineapple mango cayenne popsicles

Check out the Rainbow Delicious Popsicle Pinterest board for more recipes ideas for summer popsicles!

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Comments

  1. Is there a trick to getting the Popsicles to pop out of the mold easily? Or maybe I just had bad molds. I need to try again!!

    • Hi, Sarah! Some molds are definitely better than others, but I find that running the popsicle under warm water for a minute before pulling the popsicle out helps!

  2. It is winter in NZ but I can definitely eat some of those Popsicle anytime of the year. Great round up!

  3. I just started making popsicles this summer and I’m loving it! Definitely going to try some more combos! Thanks for the roundup!

  4. It’s hot enough to melt me here, so I could use a few of these popsicles! Thanks for making this great roundup. 🙂

  5. So much summer sweetness to choose from!! YUMMMM!

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