Summer means school holidays, outdoor fun, trips to the beach, picnics and Ice Pops! and who doesn’t love a good ice pop? Instead of shop bought ones, stock up on moulds, and try these 8 Healthy Ice Pop Recipes, so good, that the kids (big and small) will lick the stick clean!
#1. Pure Sunshine Organic Ice Pops
Adapted from the book Ice Pop Joy, this delicious Pure Sunshine Organic Ice Pop from Growing a Green Family, is packed full of strawberries, raspberries and sweetened with honey.
#2. Power Popsicles
This smoothie on a stick Power Popsicle comes from theviewfromgreatisland. Layered with coconut juice, banana, pomegranate juice, chia seeds and much more it is super healthy and super tasty!
#3. Healthy Chocolate Fudgsicles
Who said chocolate can’t be healthy? Follow this mouthwatering recipe from Chocolatecoveredkatie to create a frozen chocolate fudgsicles that have no added sugar but still taste delicious.
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#4. Watermelon Whole Fruit Ice Pops
I found this recipe for Watermelon Whole Fruit Ice Pops on Nourishing Meals. It is packed full of fresh fruit, frozen on sticks to make sure you get your 5 a day while cooling down.
#5. Ice Cream & Mixed-Berry Pops
#6. Blueberry and Lemon Pudding Pops
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 Superhealthykids will go down well with children and adults.
#7. Ginger Peach Popsicles
These refreshing Ginger Peach Popsicles from ohmyveggies combines fresh peaches with ginger flavoured syrup and are perfect on a warm summers day.
#8. Strawberry, Hibiscus and Watermelon Ice Pops
From Dagmar’s Kitchen to yours, these tasty, super healthy Strawberry, Hibiscus and Watermelon Ice Pops are sure to be a big hit. And as an added bonus there is a recipe for Rhubarb Cordial too.
Have you tried any of these recipes or do you have a favourite ice pop recipe? Please share it with us in the comments box below.