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Popsicle Recipes for Summer

homemade blueberry and strawberry popsicles on a plate


During the summer months, it can get pretty hot and humid here in Washington D.C. As you spend time outside, make sure to keep your body hydrated so you don’t overheat. Our 2424 Penn Blog has a great solution to both of these potential problems: popsicles! Read on for some refreshing popsicle recipes that you can make in your apartment.

Coconut Pineapple Ice Pops from Live Well Bake Often

These creamy popsicles will have you dreaming of a tropical getaway. Ingredients include chopped fresh pineapple, Almond Breeze vanilla almond coconut, honey, shredded sweetened coconut, and coconut extract.

Kiwi Pineapple Popsicles from The Slow Roasted Italian

Sweet meets tart in this flavorful popsicle recipe. Mix pineapple, clover honey, and kiwi in a blender as the base for these tropical treats. Then freeze - it’s as (nearly) as simple as that to make these Kiwi Pineapple Popsicles.  

Watermelon Popsicles from Cooking Classy

These watermelon popsicles look just like a juicy slice of watermelon! To make them, you will need the following ingredients: cubed seedless watermelon, granulated sugar, lemon juice, canned coconut milk, fresh kiwi, and mini chocolate chips.

Orange Strawberry Sunrise Popsicles from The Healthful Ideas

The colors of this popsicle simulate the changing colors of a sunrise. To make these delicious and aesthetically pleasing popsicles, you will need fresh popsicle molds, popsicle sticks, squeezed orange juice, fresh or frozen strawberries, water, and maple syrup.

Blueberry Lemon Popsicles from Bigger Bolder Baking

Blueberries and lemons make a surprisingly good combination. For this recipe, all you will need is fresh blueberries, lemon zest, and vanilla yogurt. Bring on the creamy, fruity deliciousness!


Do you have a favorite homemade popsicle recipe? Share it with our community in the comments below. Thanks for reading our post. We hope you have a fantastic summer here in Washington D.C.!