8 Healthy And Delicious Frozen Fruit Recipes For The Summer

Keep your summer diet on track with these delicious frozen fruit desserts.

Banana Ice Cream

Believe it or not, you only need one ingredient to make rich and creamy mock ice cream. Cut ripe bananas into coins and place them in a resalable bag in your freezer. When they've frozen solid, purée them in a food processor until they reach ice cream consistency. Don't be nervous when the purée starts to look lumpy: Keep pulsing the mixture and in just a few seconds more you'll have a luscious banana "ice cream."

Blueberry Yogurt Ice Pops

These gorgeous ice pops get their tie-dyed appearance from alternating layers of creamy Greek yogurt and a simple, scratch-made blueberry sauce. It will be hard to eat just one of these sweet and creamy pops, so make a double batch!

Fat-Free Key Lime Sorbet

The great thing about this tart and refreshing sorbet is that you don't need an ice cream machine to make it. Just freeze the sorbet in a bowl, whisking it every hour for four hours until it's smooth and creamy.

Grape and Banana Skewers with Chocolate Drizzle

It doesn't get any easier than this: Thread banana slices and fresh grapes onto wooden skewers in an alternating pattern, drizzle with melted dark chocolate, and then freeze for two hours or more and you'll have a healthy and delicious frozen treat.

Mango Lassi Ice Pops

This sweet and creamy ice pop has a fragrant twist: ground cardamom. If you love mango lassi, then this frozen dessert is a summertime must-try.

Orange Cream Ice Pops

We love these easy, three-ingredient ice pops. They remind us of orange Creamsicles — only healthier!


Strawberry Sorbet with Grand Marnier

Strawberry is one of the quintessential flavors of summer. Enjoy fresh strawberries here in a Grand Mariner-spiked sorbet topped with fresh mint leaves.

Watermelon Granita

Looking for a healthy snow cone alternative? Try whipping up a batch of this watermelon granita and then packing the icy treat into paper cones. Don't like watermelon? Try substituting cantaloupe or honeydew melon instead.