Tasty Homemade Popsicle Recipes
Nothing tastes better in the summer than a frozen treat! Perfect on a summer afternoon or after-dinner dessert! Here are 12 Tasty Homemade Popsicle Recipes to help you on your way to creating a yummy popsicle that the kids will love…adults too! While many of these are made using popsicle forms any of these can be made using small plastic or paper cups and popsicle sticks! Get creative and make your own variation! Stay cool!
Homemade Popsicle Recipes
Homemade Popsicle Recipe Ingredients:
- Popsicle Molds
- Fresh fruit (optional)
- Yogurt (optional, depends on recipe)
Homemade Popsicle Recipes
You don’t need to wait until Fall or Halloween, you can make these delicious candy corn popsicles any time! Combine these ingredients to create eight candy corn yogurt popsicles the whole family is sure to love and want more of! (Great for Halloween parties too!)
Combine fruit into these cool treats that you can make any time of year! Cut up watermelon into fun start shapes and pair it with fresh blueberries into a fun seasonal popsicle.
Double Berry Popsicles
You only need three ingredients to make these healthy berry popsicles! You can mix up which berries you use to combine with almond milk to make different flavors each time!
Strawberry Nutella Popsicles
Everything goes with Nutella and just about every kid likes Nutella, right? You only need three ingredients to make these delicious treats! It’s almost like having chocolate-covered strawberries on a hot day! (Just wait 4 hours before popsicles are ready to eat)
Ginger Peach Green Tea Popsicles
Peaches are a perfect Summer fruit and paired with fresh ginger and smooth green tea, they create a cool and healthy treat! Even better you can add honey instead of sugar to make them sweeter! Following this recipe will yield 8-12 popsicles.
Rocky Road Pudding Pops
If you have little ones that love chocolate milk, then they are going to make these delicious pudding pops disappear in no time! Combine TruMoo, chocolate pudding, and you can add in marshmallows, nuts, or other things they may like.
You only need three ingredients to create these delicious banana split pudding pops! While they will need to sit overnight to freeze, one recipe batch makes 10-12 popsicles!
Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles
It takes just 5 minutes to create the popsicles (and then let them freeze overnight). You get to use fresh strawberries for this recipe and mix and match what lemonade you use. (Mix it up with different fruit variations for new flavors)
Strawberry Blueberry Yogurt Pops
If you’re looking for a sweet and cool holiday treat that’s perfect for the Fourth of July, these strawberry blueberry pops are perfect! Combine blueberries, strawberries, and yogurt to make these festive pops and allow them to freeze overnight and enjoy the next day.
You can use regular Kool-aid powder to create these red, white, and blue pops! There are multiple different flavors in each color now so you can mix and match different flavors each time! (You can also use gatorade to make them as well!)
Strawberry Pineapple Fruit Popsicles
An easy-to-make popsicle recipe with just five ingredients (not include the popsicle molds). You will need a blender to create these pops as it uses fresh fruit.
White Chocolate Custard Frozen Pops
Create these custard pops while the custard is still warm. Add your popsicle stick and then add whatever toppings you’d like including candy etc and then freeze for at least 6 hours.
Thank you Susan for sharing those fabulous pops that Gloria made for me. I love that you shared them & mentioned us both.
Have a blessed weekend!
Hi Susan! I hope you’re having a wonderful weekend! The weather here in Wisconsin is beautiful and actually warm enough to enjoy some cool treats. This collection you put together is fantastic! Thank you so very much for including me!
Thank you for featuring my Strawberry Nutella pops Susan! Hope you had an awesome weekend!
My pleasure, Melanie!
Thank you so much for featuring our Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie Popsicles!
You are welcome, Kristin!
These are amazing. Made some today. Thank you for sharing!
Thanks for all these GREAT popsicle ideas! Now for the hard part choosing which one to try and waiting for the popsicles to freeze. I like these so much I shared your post on my blog article about summer activities. Find it here: http://www.whymoms.com/why-moms-should-play-this-summer/
Thank you, Meg, for sharing my post! These popsicles all look amazing. I wouldn’t know which one to try either!