Making popsicles is one of our favorite things to do in the summer. There are so many incredible popsicle recipes to make with your kids. Some of them are even healthy!
The cool thing about popsicles, is that you can create so many different options because there is almost no ingredient that won’t work. You can keep concocting, and testing all summer!
50 Homemade Popsicle Recipes
For an extra special treat, put candy and lemonade in a popsicle mold for a candy surprise! via Kids Activities Blog
Want your popsicles to stop dripping? Add jello! Here’s how. via Kids Activities Blog
These healthy kiwi pops only take three ingredients! via Tasty Homemade Popsicles
Perfect for toddlers, these fruit and honey yogurt popsicles are healthy and delicious. via Mama Papa Bubba
This one ingredient popsicle recipe is totally kid-friendly – they can even make it themselves! via Kids Activities Blog
Banana ice cream pops are perfect for picky eaters, and really easy to make. via My Life and Kids
Banana pops are another really fun summer treat. All you need is bananas, chocolate, and lollipop sticks. via Kids Activities Blog
These Ninja Turtle popsicles look just like Raphael! Plus, they’re super healthy. via Love and Marriage
Try this sleepytime pop for your little ones that have trouble sleeping. A little bit of chamomile tea, yogurt, and a banana is the perfect evening popsicle. via Healthy Food for Living
Kids love these healthy blueberry and coconut popsicles. They’ll never know they’re good for them! via Raising Generation Nourished
These are possibly the easiest popsicles you’ll ever make, and kids absolutely adore them. via Kids Activities Blog
Use a popsicle mold to mix ice cream and candy, and turn it into a fun summer treat. via Kids Activities Blog
Mix three of your favorite fruits and some milk in a blender, freeze in a popsicle mold, and you have a super healthy summer treat. via Kids Activities Blog
Turn your favorite orange julius recipe into a popsicle! These taste so good. via A Night Owl Blog
If you have a sick one in the house, you can make these homemade electrolyte pops to help rehydrate them. via Don’t Mess with Mama
Do your kids love Monster High? Make Draculaura popsicles! via Kids Activities Blog
Greek yogurt popsicles are a perfect way to sneak protein in your kids diet! via Your Modern Family
Chocolate covered strawberry popsicles are so good! Such a fun twist on a classic treat. via Kids Activities Blog
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