Blackberry Ice Pops
When my daughter Lily and I stay with my mother over the summer, we test the blackberries on the roadside outside her house until they’re just sweet enough and then we have fun turning these into dark purple-striped ice pops by mixing in a touch of cream or yogurt. They look like Rothco paintings. ­ Cesar and Nadia Roden, authors of Ice Pops!: 50 Delicious Fresh and Fabulous Icy Treats.
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This take on a classic frozen treat is both refreshing and bursting with bright orange flavor. Made with yogurt and fresh orange juice, this tasty ice pop is a healthy choice for a summer sweet tooth. Click here to see How to Make Healthy Frozen Treats at Home
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If you can't vacation to a tropical location this summer, you can at least make these ice pops. This frozen treat is full of pineapple, bananas, and healthy coconut water. Not only are they refreshing and cool, but this taste of the tropics will take you right to your favorite beach! Click here to see How to Make Healthy Frozen Treats at Home
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These ice pops are sweet enough for dessert but healthy enough to be served for breakfast.
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Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Pops
If you can’t bear the thought of turning the oven on during the summer, try these creamy, frozen cheesecake pops instead. I’ve made them with strawberry purée but you could easily substitute another berry if you’d like — raspberries and blueberries would be delicious, too.
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Nothing beats the cool and refreshing taste of citrus drinks or ice-cold treats on a hot summer day. When the weather justifies the need for tank tops, shorts, and flip-flops, I start making my favorite ice pops. Inspired by Baskin-Robbins' Daquiri Ice sorbet, these pops are a fun alternative for adult summertime guests.    Click here for more daiquiri recipes.
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Drenched Watermelon Ice Pops
If you’re wondering why this ice pop’s called ‘drenched’, it’s because we suggest squeezing lime juice over it as you eat it. Out of curiosity one morning, I started dipping this ice pop into white rum – it was so good that I couldn’t stop! Try it – just make sure you do it in the evening rather than the morning…! ­ Cesar and Nadia Roden, authors of Ice Pops!: 50 Delicious Fresh and Fabulous Icy Treats.
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Sweet, refreshing, and tangy all in one. Now you no longer have to worry about the ingredients in your store-bought ice pops. Combine fresh fruit and natural honey for a perfect summer treat. 
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Orange & Lemon Ice Pops
This is one of the simplest and most thirst-quenching combinations there is and it’s bursting with flavor. The taste is so much better if you choose the freshest sweet-tasting oranges and squeeze them yourself. ­ Cesar and Nadia Roden, authors of Ice Pops!: 50 Delicious Fresh and Fabulous Icy Treats.Click here to see more ice pop recipes.
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Blueberry & Yogurt Ice Pops
Now that blueberries are abundant, their popularity has soared. This is great because the health benefits and flavor are utterly delightful, especially when teamed with their old friend yogurt. ­ Cesar and Nadia Roden, authors of Ice Pops!: 50 Delicious Fresh and Fabulous Icy Treats.
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Applesauce Ice Pops
Nothing says summer like ice pops. Flavors are limitless. If it can be frozen, it be an ice pop! Applesauce ice pops are good snacks for both children and adults. Pureéd applesauces work best and can be thinned out with water making for a consistency more suitable for freezing. Children love this snack because it puts the familiar, applesauce, on a stick! Adults will love this, too, particularly with the addition of chopped herbs like mint or rosamary for a grown-up spin on a childhood favorite. 
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