Four Popsicle Recipes You Need In Your Life


It’s summer, so what better excuse do you need to eat delicious popsicles? They’re easy to make, great for kids, and the amount of combinations you can make are seemingly endless. If you’re looking for the perfect frozen treat, look no further. Here are the best popsicle recipes we’ve found that really hit the spot when the sun’s out.

Confetti ice cream popsicles

These popsicles are perfect for kids’ birthday parties, as they’re simple to make and look like a whole lot of fun. The secret is a candy bar hidden under the ice cream!

  • Start by pushing popsicle sticks into one end of soft centred candy bars.
  • Place a tablespoon of vanilla custard style ice cream into the bottom of a paper cup, then place the candy bar in the middle. Fill up the cup with ice cream around the candy bar.
  • Freeze your popsicles until solid.
  • When frozen, remove popsicles from the cups and roll them in sprinkles until completely covered.

Put these out at the party and watch them disappear like magic.

Watermelon popsicles

These popsicles look amazing, and they’re good for you too as they’re almost entirely pure fruit. Yum! When completed, it’ll look like a whole slice of watermelon on a stick.

  • Blend together cubed watermelon, sugar and lemon juice to create a pourable mix. Pour this into a popsicle mold to about 2/3 full, then freeze.
  • Once frozen, blend together a little coconut milk and sugar. Pour about a tablespoon of this mixture into your molds on top of the watermelon, then freeze again.
  • Finally, blend kiwi fruit with sugar, then pout in top as you did with the coconut milk. Once frozen, you’ll have a perfect watermelon popsicle.

Try these when you’re looking for a healthier alternative to traditional popsicles, or when you’re trying to eat more fruit.

Two ingredient fudge popsicles

When it comes to popsicles, it really doesn’t get easier than this. All you need are some popsicle molds, Nutella and chocolate milk!

  • Whisk together your Nutella with some chocolate milk, enough to thin it out so it pours evenly.
  • Pour the mixture into your molds and freeze them.
  • Enjoy!

That’s all there is to it!

Mini frozen yoghurt popsicles

This is another simple recipe that is perfect for frozen yoghurt lovers who are looking for popsicles that are a little bit different.

  • Divide out your choice of yoghurt into paper cups.
  • Cover with foil, and make a slit in the middle. Insert your popsicle stick into the slit.
  • Freeze, then enjoy!

You can make all kinds of combinations with this method. Why not try coffee and vanilla frozen yoghurt, for example? You can pour in chocolate chips too for the ultimate sweet treat.

These four recipes will keep you cool over the summer while satisfying your sweet tooth. Try them out for yourself and let us know what you think!

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