Who’s ready for some healthy popsicle recipes? I know it’s close to the end of summer, but here in South Carolina, let’s face it: summer doesn’t really end till November anyway. So there is plenty of time left here to enjoy some healthy popsicles – the DIY way.
Whether you’re trying to find a new way to sneak some veggies into the kiddos, or if you’re looking for a healthy treat to indulge in after dinner, we’ve got the recipe for you. Below is a list of our absolute favorite healthy popsicle recipes (organized by category, of course!), so you can find the perfect recipe you’ve been looking for. Enjoy! 🙂
Fruit Popsicle Recipes
We’re talking real fruit only. No artificial dyes or flavors in these healthy popsicles – just colorful, fruit-filled creations the whole family will love.
Lemonade Popsicle Recipes
Lemonade = happy summers, am I right? We found a variety of healthy popsicles that include lemonade as a base, with delicious add-ins that make these popsicles a complete hit.
Looking for something more rich for a treat? These creamsicles are beyond creamy and creative – and made from scratch with real ingredients that will keep you feeling happy about your dessert of choice.
Chocolate Popsicle Recipes
Chocolate popsicle recipes were at the top of my list. Chocolate is for ANY time of year, but I’ll admit that in the summer no one wants to bake brownies and cold desserts are my favorite. These chocolate popsicles will do the trick!
Unique Popsicle Recipes
Fruity popsicles, creamsicles, and chocolate popsicles not your style? We also found a huge variety of “wacky” and healthy popsicle recipes that are perfect if you want to try something different (but still totally delicious!).
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Elizabeth is the founder of The Nourished Life and has been writing about natural living for 12 years. Her work has been featured at Shape, Bustle, and Mother Earth Living. Her mission is to help you lower your stress levels and find fun ways to become happier and healthier. Read more about Elizabeth here.