Concord grapes are so sweet and juicy that they seem to explode in your mouth. Using the juice to make an icy granita is one of my favorite ways to enjoy this superfood. The addition of lime provides a nice tart flavor to balance out some of the sweetness. The fresh mint infused into the syrup and the sprinkle of salt gives it a bit of finesse and makes this light dessert even more refreshing. This is a perfect recipe for splurging on a high-quality sea salt like fleur de sel — sprinkled over the granita just before serving will give it a burst of flavor, visual appeal, and even texture. - Kitchen Confidence by Kelsey Nixon
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.
It doesn't get any easier (or more fun) than these fruity, chocolaty frozen treats on a stick. They're great as an after-school snack for the kids, or anytime you've got a large group of people to feed. Make sure to use firm-ripe bananas for this recipe.
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.
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.
Not sure what to do with overripe fruit? Make a popsicle! They are surprisingly easy to make and freeze in just about four hours. Instead of buying the sugar- and chemical-filled frozen pops at your supermarket, try creating your own with fresh seasonal fruit.
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!