You don’t need to be a Pinterest expert to make amazing popsicles.
Paletas, ice pops, popsicles – whatever you call them, they’re delicious. But who wants to spend all day concocting whimsical treats that will melt in 5 minutes? We’ve put together some easy recipes that would make Martha Stewart proud.
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All that heat can really dry you out. These cool recipes are sure to quench that thirst.
Peach Tea Jamboree
- 1 medium sized peach
- Sweet tea – homemade or store-bought
Wash & slice the peach, then place 1-3 slices in each popsicle mold. Pour tea over the peaches, then freeze until hardened. Now get out your fan, Scarlett O’Hara.
Tickled Pink Lemonade
- Pink lemonade mix
Make pink lemonade. Now freeze it in ice pop molds. Pat yourself on the back, you’re done!
Fit & Fruity
- Coconut water
- Fruit of your choice
Slice your fruit, place in the popsicle mold and add coconut water. Ta-da! The perfect way to cool down after a summer run.
Let’s face it, it’s too dang hot outside for baking. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up dessert.
Decadent Fudge Pop
- 1 ½ cups chocolate almond milk
- ½ cup Nutella
Whisk together, pour into a mold, freeze overnight, and boom. You’re in chocolate-hazelnut heaven. Added bonus: you can lick the Nutella spoon during preparation.
If you want rosé all day without a pesky glass in your hand, try these refreshing poptails.
Gin There, Done That
- 1 ½ oz. gin (but we’re not counting)
- 3 cups tonic
- ¼ lime, juiced
- ½ cup cucumber slices
That cucumber you bought to put on your eyes? Put them in this instead – besides, we know much better ways to de-puff. Mix up the gin, tonic & lime juice, then pour over the cucumber slices in your popsicle mold, and freeze.
Brut & Fruit
- 1 bottle champagne or rosé wine
- 8-10 oz. mixed berries
Place the mixed berries in your mold, and fill with champagne. Freeze, then toast to a fabulous summer with frozen bubbly.