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Sweetest Tastes of Summer

Forget the store-bought popsicles and try these fantastic alternatives to the summer classics. The hardest part will be waiting for them to freeze so you can wow your family and friends.

Tiffany Duncan
Chelsi Fisher
August 1, 2016

August is here, which means it’s hotter than heck outside, and that back-to-school is right around the corner. If you or your children are feeling the hazy summertime blues, making homemade popsicles can be a fun way to cool down and entertain every member of the household. 

Once you get going, the DIY popsicle recipes are endless. You can freeze anything from different fruits and smoothie mixes to cake batter and coffee. There are also healthy breakfast combinations like yogurt, frozen bananas, and chia seeds to something more adult like Champagne and strawberries (lots of recipes on Pinterest for this!).

Here are a few different recipes and tips to get your imagination going.

Birthday Cake Batter Pops

These eye-catching sweet treats will be a major crowd pleaser at any outside event or birthday celebration.

Birthday Cake Batter Pops
Birthday Cake Batter Pops (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)

Mocha Pop

Who says you have to pay $5 for an afternoon caffeine boost? Here’s a delicious popsicle to replace your Frappuccino addiction and save you some money.

Mocha Pop
Mocha Pop (Photo: Chelsi Fisher)