20 Refreshing Fruit Pops to Make All Summer Long

Popsicles that stain your lips a scary shade of blue? No, thanks. Skip those artificially flavored suckers and make your own with fresh fruit.

11 Summer Ice Pops That Are Super Easy to Make at Home

Fresh Fruit Ice Pops

Whip them up in just three steps.

Berry-coconut Rocket Pops

No food coloring or corn syrup.

watermelon kiwi ice pops recipe
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Watermelon-kiwi Ice Pops

No molds? No problem. If you have paper cups, you’re good to go.

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Dairy-free Vegan Fruity Popsicles

Customize them with your favorite berries.

100 Percent Fruit Popsicles

Only the good stuff.

5 minute fresh strawberry popsicle recipe
Foodies Terminal

5-minute Fresh Strawberry Popsicle

Pretty much the definition of summer.

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mango lassi popsicles with pistachios recipe
Brina Bites

Mango Lassi Popsicles With Pistachios

Save one for us?

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Healthy Green Smoothie Popsicles

The secret ingredient? Cottage cheese (yep).

watermelon pops with lime recipe
Sprig and Vine

Watermelon Pops With Lime

Sea salt and chili powder give them an extra edge.

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Passion Fruit Yogurt Cereal Pops

Just the right balance of sweet and tart.

How to Turn Your Smoothie Into an Ice Pop

Blueberry And Peach Green Tea Ice Lollies

An unexpected combo that totally works.

No Added Sugar Mango Cherry Popsicles

Totally guilt-free.

Avocado Watermelon Ice Pops

Ask your kids to help out.

Natural Rainbow Popsicles

The ultimate dairy-free, gluten-free and sugar-free treat.

Creamy Strawberry Lychee Popsicles

So sophisticated.

Tropical Sunset Fruit Lollies

The next best thing to a beach vacay.

Raspberry Peach Popsicles

Aka what your summer’s been missing.

Virgin Blackberry Mojito Popsicles

The whole family can eat ’em.

Grapefruit Peach Popsicles With Maple And Thyme

Do it for the Instagram shots.

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From 2017 to 2019 Heath Goldman held the role of Food Editor covering food, booze and some recipe development, too. Tough job, eh?