Boozy, creamy, fruity…it doesn’t matter, if it’s one or these popsicle recipes, I’m wanting to make it, eat it, or at least pin it this summer! I have 21 Popsicle Recipes for Summer to cool you down and satisfy your sweet tooth.

Maybe it’s the crazy heat in Birmingham or just the mouthwatering photos but frozen pops have been on my mind nonstop. I’ve been so inspired but what other bloggers are making that I created a Frozen Pops Pinterest board to capture my favorites.

Boozy, Creamy or fruity! Beat the heat with 21 Tasty #Popsicles for Summer via @holleygraingerClick To Tweet

I’ve culled that list down to feature my top picks in 3 categories (Creamy, Boozy, and Fruit) so you can easily find your favorites!

Creamy

Almond Butter Banana Popsicles via Delicious Knowledge
Lime Creamsicles via Girl vs Dough
Blueberry Peach & Basil Cream Pops via Holley Grainger Nutrition
Roasted Sweet Corn Popsicles via Kiran Tarun
Funfetti Cheesecake Popsicles via The First Year
Chocolate Avocado Popsicles via The Little Epicurean
Peanut Butter Banana Popsicles via Dietitian Debbie Dishes

Boozy

Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Red Wine Popsicles via Spoonful of Flavor
Maple Brown Derby Popsicles via Hungry Girl Por Vida
Moscow Mule Popsicles via Holley Grainger Nutrition
Grapefruit and Strawberry Greyhound Poptails via Endless Simmer
Spicy Tequila Sunrise Popsicles via Floating Kitchen
Champagne Raspberry Popsicles via Princess Misia
Mango Bourbon Smash Popsicles via The Frosted Vegan

Fruity

Berry Lemonade Popsicles via The First Year
Pea-Wee Kiwi Pops via Weelicious

Strawberry Banana Popsicles via Love Grows WildCoconut Water Pineapple Popsicles via Boulder Locavore
Strawberry Smoothie Popsicles via Chocolate Covered Katie
Mango Chia Popsicles via Jelly Toast
Watermelon Popsicles via Citron Limette

Love popsicles as much as me and even more adult-friendly pops? Check out this awesome roundup by my friend Caroline Kaufman Nutrition featuring 20 more delicious homemade pops.

Do you have a popsicle recipe that you love? If so, leave the link in the comments so I can add it to my Pinterest board.