30+ easy and delicious Homemade Popsicle Recipes to keep you refreshed and cool all summer long! Tons of yummy ice pop recipes with chocolate, fruit, peanut butter, yogurt, and more!
With temperatures rising and summer just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking of ways to beat the heat! Our favorite way to cool down on a hot summer day is with a yummy popsicle. Instead of heading to the store, we prefer homemade popsicles. In fact, we’ve put together a list of 30+ homemade popsicle recipes so you’ll never get tired of making your own!
Whether you want to make healthier popsicles at home or just enjoy knowing exactly which ingredients go into your food, you’re going to love this creative list of frozen treats! Enjoy classic fruity pops made with strawberries, peaches, raspberries, mangoes, blueberries, and more. You’ll also find more decadent options like hot chocolate pops, s’mores popsicles, and key lime pie pops.
Your summer is going to be FULL of fun and flavor – let’s dig in!
Homemade Popsicle Recipes for Summer
We’ll kick things off with a handful of favorites that we’ve made right here at Happiness is Homemade.
Tropical Smoothie Fruit Pops from Happiness is Homemade: Fresh, cool, and full of tropical flavor, these all-natural frozen fruit bars are going to become your favorite summertime treat. Bonus: they’re only 40 calories each!
Berry Pudding Popsicles from Happiness is Homemade: There’s nothing better than a cold, fruity treat on a hot day. These pudding pops are packed with delicious, fresh berries!
Strawberry and Peach Fruit Bar Pops from Happiness is Homemade: Whip up these fruity popsicles in just minutes! Made with peaches, strawberries, and a bit of banana, they’re super sweet but still healthy.
Root Beer Float Pops from Happiness is Homemade: Root beer floats and summer go hand-in-hand, but just when you think it can’t be improved upon, here come our root beer float popsicles! If you use our technique, your soda-based popsicles won’t come out flaky; they’ll be creamy and dreamy.
All-Natural Strawberry Ice Cream Bars from Happiness is Homemade: Fresh strawberries, coconut cream, and a bit of honey combine to make these gorgeous and delicious strawberry ice cream bars. You won’t be able to get enough of them!
Frozen Chocolate Dipped Banana Pops from Happiness is Homemade: Chocolate meets fruit in this yummy treat that kids are going to love. It’s so easy to make these creamy banana pops! The kids will ask for them again and again.
Best Ever Popsicle Recipes
Need even more ideas? Check out the delicious flavor combinations below!
Key Lime Pie Popsicles from Nourish and Fete: Get all the yummy flavors of a key lime pie in this cold, creamy popsicle. It even comes with a buttery graham cracker crust! The popsicles are sweetened naturally with honey, so you can enjoy them guilt-free.
Watermelon Popsicles from Mighty Mrs: You’re looking at the perfect way to use up leftover watermelon in the summer. Made with watermelon, kiwi, lime juice, and yogurt, these creamy pops are totally satisfying on a hot day.
Breakfast Yogurt Popsicles from Crayons & Cravings: For those busy, on-the-go summer mornings, you just can’t beat a refreshing yogurt popsicle to start your day. These are made with Greek yogurt, strawberries, blueberries, granola, milk, honey, and vanilla extract. They’re nutritious and tasty.
Strawberry Kiwi Popsicles from Nourish and Fete: Made with only four ingredients, these strawberry-kiwi popsicles are simpler and healthier than the store-bought version.
Tahini Fig Banana Popsicles from Foodal: Do you use tahini in your kitchen? It’s great for making your own hummus or salad dressing, but you can also use this smooth, nutty ingredient in desserts, too. It’s an excellent substitution for peanut butter and pairs nicely with bananas and figs, as with this recipe.
Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles from Foodal: Imagine sitting by the pool with one of these refreshing strawberry lemonade popsicles in your hand. Divine!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Dairy Free Popsicles from Urban Bliss Life: This yummy chocolate popsicle is just the right amount of chocolate without being too rich. Add some creamy peanut butter and crunchy chocolate chips, and you’ll be in heaven!
Mango Popsicles from Eating Richly: These healthy frozen treats are made with mango chunks, pineapple juice, and a hint of lime. They’re tart, fruity, and really refreshing on a hot day.
Mango Yogurt Popsicles from Happy Foods Tube: Here’s another take on mango popsicles. These are dipped in a chocolate glaze for a super sweet combination.
Raspberry Peach Herbal Tea Popsicles from Marathons and Motivation: If your family loves tea, you’re going to love this combo of raspberry and peach herbal teas turned into a yummy popsicle.
Watermelon Ice Pops from Eating Richly: These watermelon ice pops will make a big splash at your 4th of July barbecue. Use star-shaped cookie cutters to cut chunks of watermelon. With coconut cream in the center (and a blueberry!), these creamy and fruity pops will be a hit.
Coconut Lime Popsicles from Vegan Huggs: You need just five simple ingredients to make these zesty, creamy, coconutty pops—coconut milk, lime juice, lime zest, maple syrup, and salt. Yum!
Strawberry Rhubarb Popsicles from Urban Bliss Life: Strawberry and rhubarb is a classic summer flavor combination, and this has a little added zing with fresh mint leaves. You may want to leave the mint out if you’re making them for kids, but they’re delicious both ways.
Orange Kiwi Popsicles from Pastry and Beyond: How pretty are these orange kiwi popsicles? They’ll be a fantastic treat by the pool or out in the backyard with the kids. What a fun way to get lots of Vitamin C!
Blackberry Banana Popsicles from Any Reason Vegans: These popsicles are 100% plant-based, so when your toddler wants a popsicle for breakfast, you’ll feel zero guilt giving in. They’re good for you.
Hot Chocolate Popsicles from Dancing Through the Rain: What’s chocolatey, delicious, and packed with chocolate chips and marshmallows? If you’re thinking hot chocolate, you’d be right, except this time it’s in frozen form. It’s made with a packet of hot cocoa mix, so it tastes like the hot, steamy version, but it is more appropriate for summer.
Peanut Butter Banana Yogurt Pops from Home Cooking Memories: Peanut butter fanatics will go crazy for these yogurt pops. You only need four simple ingredients to whip them up—peanut butter, bananas, yogurt, and honey. While the honey is optional, it does give it a boost of sweetness if you have a big sweet tooth.
S’more Ice Cream Pops from Rachel Teodoro: Get the goodness of S’mores in a handy popsicle. With marshmallow ice cream topping, Magic Shell, and graham cracker crumbles, this recipe will be a real crowd-pleaser.
Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles from Renana’s Kitchen: Beat the sizzling heat with these 3-ingredient blueberry yogurt popsicles. The maple syrup adds some sweetness, but you can use honey if you prefer that instead.
Apricot Coconut Popsicles from Happy Foods Tube: They’re packed with fruit flavor, but the coconut milk and coconut oil give these pops a creamy texture. They’re the perfect summer treat.
Raspberry Popsicles from Simply Healthy Vegan: At just 115 calories each, you’re going to love these dairy-free raspberry popsicles as much as the kids will! They’re made with coconut milk, frozen raspberries, and a bit of maple syrup, so they’re healthy treats that you can feel good about.
Mint Chocolate Chip Greek Yogurt Popsicles from Turning the Clock Back: Talk about a decadent frozen treat! These mint chocolate chip pops are going to be your go-to summer dessert.
Strawberry Mango Popsicles from Strength and Sunshine: It doesn’t get any easier than these two-ingredient, no-sugar-added fruit popsicles. You can use fresh or frozen mangoes and strawberries, so you can enjoy them any time of year.
These popsicle recipes all look so yummy and refreshing! Which one are you going to make first?
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Homemade Popsicle Recipes
Pin this list of popsicle recipes and enjoy a variety of frozen treats all summer long!
- Tropical Smoothie Fruit Pops from Happiness is Homemade
- Berry Pudding Popsicles from Happiness is Homemade
- Strawberry and Peach Fruit Bar Pops from Happiness is Homemade
- Root Beer Float Pops from Happiness is Homemade
- All-Natural Strawberry Ice Cream Bars from Happiness is Homemade
- Frozen Chocolate Dipped Banana Pops from Happiness is Homemade
- Key Lime Pie Popsicles from Nourish and Fete
- Watermelon Popsicles from Mighty Mrs
- Breakfast Yogurt Popsicles from Crayons & Cravings
- Strawberry Kiwi Popsicles from Nourish and Fete
- Tahini Fig Banana Popsicles from Foodal
- Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles from Foodal
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Dairy Free Popsicles from Urban Bliss Life
- Patriotic Pudding Pops from Carefree Mermaid
- Mango Popsicles from Eating Richly
- Mango Yogurt Popsicles from Happy Foods Tube
- Raspberry Peach Herbal Tea Popsicles from Marathons and Motivation
- Watermelon Ice Pops from Eating Richly
- Coconut Lime Popsicles from Vegan Huggs
- Strawberry Rhubarb Popsicles from Urban Bliss Life
- Orange Kiwi Popsicles from Pastry and Beyond
- Blackberry Banana Popsicles from Any Reason Vegans
- Hot Chocolate Popsicles from Dancing Through the Rain
- Peanut Butter Banana Yogurt Pops from Home Cooking Memories
- S’more Ice Cream Pops from Rachel Teodoro
- Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles from Renana’s Kitchen
- Apricot Coconut Popsicles from Happy Foods Tube
- Raspberry Popsicles from Simply Healthy Vegan
- Mint Chocolate Chip Greek Yogurt Popsicles from Turning the Clock Back
- Strawberry Mango Popsicles from Strength and Sunshine
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