Summer Popsicle Recipes to Keep Cool!


We all know that summer is the perfect time to grab that frozen and delicious popsicle but most store bought popsicles contain artificial flavors,coloring and added sugar. Too much sugar dehydrates our bodies so we'll still be thirsty after eating the popsicle. Here are some AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS DIY popsicle recipes! So easy and costs so little to make,the only thing you'll need is fresh ingredients and patience while you wait for these to freeze!

1.)Berry Pops-
         Blend raspberries and strawberries together then mix in a bowl with a spoon of plain greek yogurt and a bit of honey to taste and pour into popsicle trays and place in freezer until frozen!


2.)Watermelon Smoothie Pops-
          Take 1 1/2 cups of watermelon (seeds removed) and add with 3/4 cup of coconut milk,add a sweetener of choice to liking,stevia,honey,agave etc. Puree all ingredients in a blender and strain with a fine mesh sieve and pour into popsicle trays. Place in freezer and wait til frozen to eat.


3.) Strawberry and Banana Pops-
             Slice ripe bananas (can be browned,they're sweeter the more ripe they are.) and slice strawberries,add stevia or honey,coconut water or plain greek yogurt for a creamy popsicle. Place into blender,and puree ingredients. Pour into Popsicle trays and place in freezer!

4.)Cherry Lime Pops-
       1 cup of water and add 1/4 cup of honey in a sauce pan,place on medium high heat and stir until honey has disintegrated. Pit 2 cups of cherries and squeeze limes to get 1/3 cup of lime juice,blend til no more cherry pieces are left. Combine the honey and water mixture to the lime and cherry juice,place into popsicle trays and freeze for 6 or more hours,or overnight and enjoy!

5.)Lime and Mint Pops-
         1 1/2 cups of fresh squeezed lime juice combine with 2 1/2 cups of soda water and 1 cup of cold water. Add 1/3 cup of fresh mint leaves and muddle with wooden spoon in a pitcher of water with all combined ingredients,slice lime and lemon slices. Let is sit for a few minutes to soak into the water for flavor and pour into popsicle trays and freeze for 6 hours or more.


                                    What are your favorite Summer Popsicle DIY recipes??
       




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