20 Refreshing Ice Pops to Make This Summer

From fresh fruit to decadent chocolate, you'll want to stock your freezer with these sweet homemade treats.

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Peach Crisp Parfait Pops

“My little ones love fruit crisps and ice pops. I created a healthy and delicious treat that combines the two. For a sweet addition, use cinnamon sticks in place of the wooden sticks.” —Carmell Childs, Ferron, Utah

Get the recipe for Peach Crisp Parfait Pops.

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Maple Mocha Pops

“‘One is just not enough,’ my husband says of these creamy pops. They’re a breeze to make, and kids love them, too. You might also freeze in pretty serving cups and top with whipped cream for a grownups’ ‘frappaccino’ presentation.” —Caroline Sperry, Allentown, Michigan

Get the recipe for Maple Mocha Pops.

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Blueberry Cream Pops

“Blueberry and cream pops are such a fun after-school snack. Make them in the morning so the pops are ready to go when the kids come in the door.” —Cindy Reams, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania

Get the recipe for Blueberry Cream Pops.

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Lemon-Apricot Fruit Pops

“With just 31 calories and less than 1 tsp. sugar per serving, this is one light and refreshing summer dessert everyone can find room for!” —Aysha Schurman, Ammon, Idaho

Get the recipe for Lemon-Apricot Fruit Pops.

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Strawberry, Basil and Honey Paletas

“Made with fresh strawberries and basil, my authentic Mexican paletas recipe will keep you refreshed all summer long.” —Ericka Sanchez, El Paso, Texas

Get the recipe for Strawberry, Basil and Honey Paletas.

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Fruit Juice Pops

“I’ve used this recipe for years as a refreshing treat. My children enjoyed these pops more than any store-bought ones I ever brought home. They taste great with either pineapple or orange juice. Try freezing and serving in cups made from hollowed-out oranges.” —Barbara Stewart, Garland, Texas

Get the recipe for Fruit Juice Pops.

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Orange Cream Pops

“For a lower-fat alternative to ice cream-filled pops, try slurping this citrus novelty. The tangy orange flavour will make your taste buds tingle—while the silky smooth texture offers cool comfort, no matter how high the temperatures soar.” —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Get the recipe for Orange Cream Pops.

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Rocky Road Fudge Pops

“These sweet frozen treats are simple to prepare and guaranteed to bring out the kid in anyone. The creamy pops feature a special chocolate and peanut topping.” —Karen Grant, Tulare, California

Get the recipe for Rocky Road Fudge Pops.

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Coconut Milk Strawberry-Banana Pops

“These four-ingredient freezer pops are a delicious way to use up a pint of fresh strawberries. You’ll love the hint of tropical flavour, thanks to the coconut milk.” —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Get the recipe for Coconut Milk Strawberry-Banana Pops.

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Strawberry-Citrus Freezer Pops

“I knew that clementines and strawberries would create a luscious combination in a fruit pop, and I have to say these are delicious!” —Colleen Ludovice, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Get the recipe for Strawberry-Citrus Freezer Pops.

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Creamy Layered Blueberry Ice Pops

“These delicious ice pops can also be made with raspberries or blackberries. The rosemary sprig and lemon zest bring another layer of flavour. The pops are quick, easy, kid-friendly and freezable.” —Gloria Bradley, Naperville, Illinois

Get the recipe for Creamy Layered Blueberry Ice Pops.

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Cantaloupe Ice Pops

“Your reminders to ‘eat your fruit’ will finally stick once kids take a lick of these mmm-melony snacks. A perfect use for overripe cantaloupe, these pops make a light dessert or healthy between-meal refresher.” —Susan Hein, Burlington, Wisconsin

Get the recipe for Cantaloupe Ice Pops.

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Sweet Potato Frozen Yogurt Pops

“Once I had my little girl I quickly became really creative in the kitchen, needing to have healthy foods on hand. These frozen treats turned out to be a favourite and are a staple in our home.” —Jenn Tidwell, Fair Oaks, California

Get the recipe for Sweet Potato Frozen Yogurt Pops.

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Strawberry-Rosemary Yogurt Pops

“We planted strawberries a few years ago and these tangy-sweet frozen yogurt pops are my very favourite treats to make with them! The options are endless. Try using other yogurt flavours like lemon, raspberry or blueberry. You may also substitute your favourite herb for the rosemary—or simply omit it.” —Carmell Childs, Ferron, Utah

Get the recipe for Strawberry-Rosemary Yogurt Pops.

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Chocolate Hazelnut Soy Pops

“I love Nutella, and I’m always looking for ways to use it. These ice pops are a great way to stay cool in the summer, but also make a cozy treat in the winter.” —Bonita Suter, Lawrence, Michigan

Get the recipe for Chocolate Hazelnut Soy Pops.

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Berry White Ice Pops

“Nothing says summer like an ice pop. Kids and adults alike love this fruit-filled version.” —Sharon Guinta, Stamford, Connecticut

Get the recipe for Berry White Ice Pops.

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Frozen Pineapple-Kiwi Pops

“Kiwi, pineapple, sugar and water are all you need to make these easy, breezy freezer pops.” —Colleen Ludovice, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Get the recipe for Frozen Pineapple-Kiwi Pops.

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Birthday Cake Freezer Pops

“On my quest to find birthday cake ice cream—my favourite flavour—I came up with these easy ice pops. Now, instead of going to the store whenever a craving hits, I just head to my freezer.” —Dawn Lopez, Westerly, Rhode Island

Get the recipe for Birthday Cake Freezer Pops.

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Triple Fruit Freeze

“These pops won’t turn your tongue blue or neon green like many store-bought pops because they’re made with fresh grapes, blueberries and kiwifruit.” —Colleen Ludovice, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Get the recipe for Triple Fruit Freeze.

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Frozen Berry & Yogurt Swirls

“I enjoy these frozen yogurt pops because they double as a healthy snack and a cool, creamy sweet treat.” —Colleen Ludovice, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Get the recipe for Frozen Berry & Yogurt Swirls.

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