When the dog days of summer hit, there's nothing more refreshing than a homemade strawberry popsicle.
As fruit starts coming back in season, and temperatures rise, we love making fresh fruit popsicles! A healthy alternative to the store-bought twin pops, so we don't feel the least bit guilty if they have a few a day!
These pretty popsicles in patriotic red and blue are a refreshing way to celebrate the Fourth of July. Made with a colorful combination of gelatin and Kool-Aid, these frozen pops make a simple summertime treat.
3-2-1- treat! Three ingredients, two minutes of your time and one great popsicle.
Looking for a healthful alternative to ordinary frozen snacks? Real fruit puree provides flavor and body to these easy to make frozen treats.
These four ingredient popsicles are a great way to use up the cherries that are in season right now. The lime gives them a refreshing twist!
Go strawberry picking with your kid and continue the fun at home. This recipe is so easy your kids can probably make them for you. You’ll feel great about letting your kids snack on these frozen treats and they’ll love the taste.
This is very refreshing when sweet watermelons are in season.
This cool summer treat takes some time at the stove, but the intense berry flavor is worth it.
This refreshing summer treat is easy to make and packed with delicious fruit.
These luscious freezer popsicles offer tropical flavor with an arctic chill, and are a fun-to-eat treat for toddlers.
Making your own frozen treats is an easy, healthy, and inexpensive way to beat the summer heat.
Don't be fooled by these frozen treats! Made from sorbet blended with mini chocolate chips, they're a great cool down dessert on hot summer days.
The scariest holiday of the year calls for chilling fare -- and these frosty pops fit the bill.
These mango ice pops are a cool treat on a hot summer's day.
You and the kids will love these awesome mango shakes because one bite of this tropically fragrant pop is like a mouthful of summer.
Turn ripe raspberries into this delicious frozen treat.
Sure, you can buy frozen treats at the store, but these easy-to-make pops taste even better because they're homemade.
Stretch, a measuring tape, is one of Manny's trusty tools. He's a big help when Manny needs to get the job done right. Your little helpers will love making these Stretch-inspired frozen yogurt pops.
These frozen pops have a thin chocolate coating to make them a little more decadent, but the rest of the sweetness is derived from the natural sugars of the bananas and nuts.
Easy and festive, these frozen pops are surefire cool-off July 4th hits.
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Pina Colada Pops
Strawberry Milkshake Pops
Whatta Melon Pop!
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Mango Fro-Yo Pops
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