Top Rated Popsicle Recipes

Aperol Spritz Popsicles
Beat the summer heat with this sophisticated take on the popular Italian apéritif. Created by chef Will Foden of Boston's BiNA Osteria, the icy refresher features rhubarb Aperol broth and a sweet Prosecco simple syrup. 
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Fit and Fed
"All I can say is, you’re welcome. If you’re are frantically looking for ANY recipe with chocolate, I promise these will hit the spot. I like to make a big batch so that I’ve got a fudgesicle at the ready when an ice cream or chocolate craving strikes!"-Casey Joy GarciaRecipe excerpted from cookbook Fed & Fit: A 28 Day Food & Fitness Plan to Jump-Start Your Life with Over 175 Squeaky-Clean Paleo Recipes by Casey Joy Garcia
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This recipe is the perfect way to enjoy the well-liked dessert without the mess of marshmallows stuck to your fingers. They're great to serve as dessert at dinner parties as well.   Click here to see More S'mores Than You Know What To Do With.
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Dream Pops Recipe
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These tasty pops are perfect for an afterschool snack!
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As summer heats up, Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi suggests battling rising temperatures with homemade wine-infused popsicles. Guaranteed to help beat the heat, the Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Strawberry Moscato Popsicles and Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Melon-Mint Wine-Sicles combine sweet white wine and fresh fruit for an adult twist on the summertime favorite.
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Rainbow Superfruit Popsicles
"Of course you could make a single-color fruit pop, but why stop there when you can create a whole natural rainbow? Using frozen fruit allows you to get the effect quickly by making small batches of slushes that can be layered instantly — plus the pops will freeze faster, too." — Julie Morris, author of Superfood Snacks: 100 Delicious, Energizing, & Nutrient-Dense Recipes.Click here for more of our best ice pop recipes.
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When summer turns up the heat, cool down with this easy, breezy popsicle recipe featuring LiDestri's Pink Limoncello. Tart yet sweet, Pink Limoncello Popsicles will refresh the palate and life the spirit even on the hottest of summer days.
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If you don't have popsicle molds, you can use a small paper cup and a popsicle stick. After it's frozen, simply peel away the cup for a perfectly formed popsicle.  For added cherry flavor, swap out the plain yogurt and use Newman’s Own Black Cherry yogurt instead. Recipe courtesy of Katie Lee from Recipes for Everyday Occasions: The Comfort Table
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eatpops
This blueberry cayenne smoothie is a lovely purple color and packed full of phytonutrients. Represented by interesting names like anthocyanin, pterostilbene, and ellagitannins, these compounds naturally found in blueberries have shown promising results when it comes to protecting our health. 
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Frozen Chocolate Bananas
There is something very satisfying about a recipe that uses only two ingredients. And when one of those ingredients is chocolate, you're sure to have a crowd-pleaser on your hands. Frozen bananas have a great texture and they are an excellent substitute for overprocessed, store-bought popsicles. These do require a bit of forward planning because it's best to use silicone molds, but if you don't want to take it that far, you can always take out a step and just dip halved bananas. The key to this recipe is fun: Melted chocolate is fun, mashing bananas is fun, and eating such a delectable treat on a stick is certainly fun. It doesn't hurt that it's delicious, too. Click here to see Bananas, Bananas Everywhere. Click here to see the How to Make Healthy Frozen Treats at Home
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Take a classic strawberry-banana smoothie and transform it into a frozen treat. Not only is it full of healthy ingredients like low-fat yogurt and fruit, but the taste is cool and refreshing on a hot summer day.  Click here to see How to Make Healthy Frozen Treats at Home
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3.5