Watch the smiles come out when you serve one of these chilly, refreshing treats.
Cost per serving: 66¢
Take a walk down memory lane with these Creamsicle-esque freezer pops, a healthier twist on the original made with real orange juice and yogurt. You don’t even need special pop molds—you can use paper cups and craft sticks.
Recipe: Orange-Vanilla Frozen Yogurt Pops
Kids are sure to love these smoothies-on-a-stick! Just blend, pour in paper cups with a popsicle stick, and freeze for creamy,
Celebrate red, white, and blue all summer long with these patriotic ice pops. The secret ingredient is a blue sports drink,
along with cranberrry juice and lemonade.
See recipe: Red, White and Blue Ice Pops
Cost per serving: 31¢
Try coconut extract instead of vanilla for a tropical pop and consider sprinkling shredded coconut onto the chocolate before it sets.
See recipe: Banana-Chocolate Ripple Ice Pops
Cost per serving: 51¢
Substitute peach preserves for the sugar to give the pops a slightly smoother texture, if you like.
See recipe: Peach Blueberry Pops
Cost per serving: 43¢
Make these pops during cold and flu season. The honey is a throatsoother and the ginger helps reduce inflammation. They can also help children stay hydrated.
See recipe: Ginger Lemonade Ice Pops