Boozy, creamy or fruity: Which popsicle would you choose?
Cool you down while satisfying your sweet tooth with one of these 21 Homemade Popsicle Recipes.
Maybe it’s the crazy heat in Birmingham or just the mouthwatering photos but frozen pops have been on my mind nonstop. In fact, I’ve been so inspired by recipes online that I created a Frozen Pops Pinterest board. There, you can find all of my favorite homemade popsicle in one convenient location. Because it is hard to choose just one variety, I’ve broken my list into creamy, boozy and fruity pops. Whether you’re choosing an adult-friendly popsicle or a sweet and fruity popsicle for kids, this list has something for everyone.
And, don’t forget to add “Make Homemade Popsicles” to your summer bucket list! Just keep coming back to this post or my Pinterest board for more inspiration.
Almond Butter Banana Popsicles via Delicious Knowledge
Lime Creamsicles via Girl vs Dough
Blueberry Peach & Basil Cream Pops via Cleverful Living with Holley Grainger
Creamy Vanilla Berry Popsicles via Milk Life
Funfetti Cheesecake Popsicles via The First Year (pictured)
Chocolate Avocado Popsicles via The Little Epicurean (pictured)
Peanut Butter Banana Popsicles via Dietitian Debbie Dishes
Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Red Wine Popsicles via Spoonful of Flavor (pictured)
Maple Brown Derby Popsicles via Hungry Girl Por Vida
Moscow Mule Popsicles via Cleverful Living with Holley Grainger (pictured)
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
Berry Lemonade Popsicles via The First Year
Pea-Wee Kiwi Pops via Weelicious
Strawberry Banana Popsicles via Love Grows
Wild Coconut Water Pineapple Popsicles via Boulder Locavore (pictured)
Strawberry Smoothie Popsicles via Chocolate Covered Katie
Mango Chia Popsicles via Jelly Toast
Watermelon Popsicles via Citron Limette
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.