8 Healthy Ice Pop Recipes that the Kids will Lick Clean

Michelle

May 18, 2020

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Summer means school holidays, outdoor fun, trips to the beach, picnics and ice pops! Instead of shop bought ones, stock up on moulds, and try these healthy ice pop recipes – they’re so good that you’ll be making them over again for kids (big and small) to enjoy!

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Ice Pop Recipes You Can Make at Home

#1. Watermelon Popsicles

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Image: The Spruce Eats

These easy watermelon popsicles from The Spruce Eats are the perfect healthy and delicious (and easy to prepare!) summer treat for kids. They’re healthy, sugar-free, vegan, and gluten-free.

#2. Power Popsicles

power smoothie ice pop

Image: The View from Great Island

This smoothie on a stick, also known as the power popsicle, comes from The View from Great Island.

Layered with coconut juice, banana, pomegranate juice, chia seeds and much more it is super healthy and super tasty!

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#3. Healthy Chocolate Fudgsicles

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Image: Chocolate Covered Katie

Who said chocolate can’t be healthy? Follow this mouthwatering recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie to create vegan chocolate fudgsicles that have no added sugar and taste delicious.

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#4. Traffic Light Ice Lollies

Traffic Light Ice Lollies

Image: Annabel Karmel

Choose your favourite fruits such as kiwi, strawberry and peach to make Annabel Karmel’s traffic light ice lollies. Kids will love them!

#5. Ice Cream & Mixed-Berry Pops

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Image: Martha Stewart

The one and only Martha Stewart shares this easy recipe for ice cream and mixed berry pops. You can use shop bought vanilla ice cream or make your own then just add the pureed berries.

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#6. Blueberry and Lemon Pudding Pops

healthy ice pop recipe

Image: Super Healthy Kids

Blueberries are a super fruit, full of antioxidants and vitamin c and with the addition of lemon these beautiful blueberry and lemon pudding pops from Super Healthy Kids will go down well with children and adults.

#7. Ginger Peach Popsicles

Healthy ice pop recipes for kids

Image: Oh My Veggies

These refreshing ginger peach popsicles from Oh My Veggies combines fresh peaches with ginger flavoured syrup, and are perfect on a warm summer’s day.

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#8. Frozen Banana, Coconut and Raspberry Ice Lollies

healthy ice pop recipes for kids

Image: Sneaky Veg

These frozen banana, coconut and raspberry lollies from Sneaky Veg have no refined sugar, are dairy-free, and the perfect summer treat! They’re made with just three ingredients – banana, coconut milk and raspberries – and they’re so refreshing on a hot day.

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Published On: May 18th, 2020 / Categories: Food and Recipes / Last Updated: August 31st, 2021 / Tags: , , , , /

About the Author: Michelle

Michelle is a Mum to 2 girls and co-founded Mykidstime.

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