8 Healthy Ice Pops You Can Feel Good About Snacking On

If you're looking for a healthy frozen treat, try these delicious ice pop recipes.

Applesauce Ice Pops

These easy-to-make ice pops are perfect for everyone — kids adore the familiar, sweet flavor of applesauce and grown-ups will love how easy it is to give the pops a sophisticated spin by adding fresh chopped herbs like mint.

Dream Pops

These better-for-you ice pops are definitely for grown-ups; made with wine, fresh fruit juice, and fresh berries, they're one healthy ice pop we don't mind snacking on!

Honey-Cherry Yogurt Popsicles

Don't have popsicle molds? No problem. Simply pour sweetened yogurt and fresh cherries into a small paper cup, insert a wooden stick, and freeze. In a few hours you'll have delicious fro-yo pops the whole family will love.

Owen’s ‘Barry’ Pops

These gorgeous frozen pops take just a few minutes to make and work with any ripe, luscious fruit. Get creative — what flavor will you invent?

Rainbow Superfruit Popsicles

"Of course you could make a single-color fruit pop, but why stop there when you could 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

Strawberry Banana Smoothie Ice Pops

If you're a fan of strawberry-banana smoothies, you'll love these healthy ice pops. The best part is that you can freeze any smoothie you want using this easy method.

Strawberry Green Smoothie Pops

If you thought yogurt and spinach couldn't be friends, think again; they work together perfectly when it comes to frozen ice pops. These colorful pops are creamy, nutritious, and super delicious.


Tropical Coconut Ice Pops

If you can't vacation to a tropical island this summer, at least you can make these delicious ice pops. The best part? They get all of their sweetness from fresh fruit and fruit juice!