12 Popsicle Recipes to Keep You Cool

Is it too hot in your part of the world? It has been in mine. Summer sunshine is great, but when it gets up in the nineties or even hundreds of degrees, I melt. Over the years I’ve made several types of popsicles to help me cope with the heat. I think I need to make some this weekend! Here’s some inspiration to make your own frozen treats.

Blackberry Coconut Lime Popsicles
Combine blackberries, limes, and coconut milk to make these delicious popsicles.


Cherry Lime Popsicles
Get the taste of summer with these cherry lime popsicles, made with fresh cherries and lime juice.

Cantaloupe Chili Mint Popsicles
These popsicles combine cantaloupe, mint, and chili for an unusual but delicious frozen treat.

Mojito Popsicles

Refreshing mojito popsicles are a perfect summer treat

Watermelon Mint Popsicles

Make these refreshing watermelon mint popsicles for those hot summer days ahead

The above popsicles are all dairy-free, but below are some recipes that include dairy from before I went vegan. I imagine that you could substitute non-dairy yogurt in some of them, but I haven’t tried it yet. Might have to make it a mission this summer to test vegan versions of these!

Strawberry and Granola Yogurt Parfait Popsicles
Yogurt, fruit, and granola make these popsicles an excellent excuse to have a frozen treat for breakfast.

Strawberry Lime Popsicles

Strawberry lime popsicles recipe
Margarita Popsicles
Margarita popsicles are like an edible, frozen version of a classic cocktail
Citrus Stripe Popsicles
These fun citrus stripe popsicles give you the taste of lemons, limes, and oranges, all in one creamy frozen treat.
Thai Iced Tea Popsicles
These Thai iced tea popsicles are a frozen version of a delicious drink.
Raspberry Margarita Popsicles
Raspberry margarita popsicles are like an edible, frozen version of a classic cocktail
Key Lime Pie Popsicles
Key lime pie popsicles taste like the classic dessert, even though they're made with regular limes.

P.S. Some of these posts are really old in blogging years, and it’s quite satisfying to see how much better my photography has gotten with several more years of practice. (Aka, please don’t judge the photos from my beginning photography days too harshly! The recipes are still good, even if the photos could be better.)

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