24 Luscious Ice pops DIY Homemade Popsicle Recipes

We must concur that Popsicle has made our childhood more vibrant! Popsicle is a colorful lollypop which is basically frozen ice on a stick. It was invented in the year 1923 and had been recognized as ice pop since then. After a few years, this tasty icy lolly had started known as the name of the Popsicle. It is hard to find a person who hadn’t taste at least one Popsicle in his or her childhood, as, this one considered as one of the most favorite frozen item of children, especially, in the western countries!

Earlier, this kind of pop stick was made of some flavored serums or fruit juice, but, nowadays, these ice sticks are available with various flavors along with all sorts of fruit pulps! You know the most applauding part is that, because of some readymade Popsicle molds and easy recipes you can actually craft those fruity Popsicles at your home with the help of some well-available fruits! Let’s check out some of these easy recipes below-

Colorful Strawberry Watermelon Popsicles


To make the much-esteemed strawberry watermelon ice pop, take some husk-free watermelon pieces in a blender along with 2 or 3 sliced strawberries and two big tablespoons sugar dust, now blend them all to mix all the ingredients properly, then, finally pour them into 4 to 6 Popsicle molds and add one stick on every single mold. Now keep in your freezer for at least 3 hours and then taste the icy flavor of your favorite fruits.

Recipe: www.onelovelylife.com

Blueberry Mint and Lime Popsicles recipe ( With rum)


To make this unique yet exceptionally tasty Popsicle, take a half cup of filtered water, 15 to 20 fresh blueberries, and 1 cup of sugar and a half cup of fresh lime juice. Now cook blueberries in a saucepan with half cup of sugar and a half cup of water until they melt down into the water. After that, pour the lime juice in a blender with the rest cup of sugar and blend them smoothly. At the end just decant both the mixtures into your Popsicle molds with sticks and keep them to freeze for at least 3 to 4 hours into your freezer.

Through: bromabakery.com

Lava Flow Popsicle Strawberry pineapple mango & Orange recipes


Strawberry pineapple ice pop also tastes heavenly, particularly in the scorching weather of summer! To make this yummy ice pop you just need to arrange 3 to 4 cup of pineapple juice, one cup chopped strawberries, and 2 -3 tablespoons fresh honey. Now just mix the ingredients finely in a container and pour your mixture into the Popsicle molds and keep them in a freezing place to freeze them properly.

Get it: www.onelovelylife.com

Beat the heat Popsicles recipes from Stylemepretty


Instructions: www.stylemepretty.com

 Mango Strawberry popsicle


You can also try this recipe with some other amalgamation of fruits like mango-strawberry Popsicle or lime-strawberry or kiwi-mango Popsicle, etc.

How to: www.dessertnowdinnerlater.com

Orange Popsicle recipes 14 ice pop recipes for kids


Teach me how : www.livingonadime.com

 Popsicle with 3 ingredients Strawberry Lemonade popsicle


How to: happyhealthymama.com

Amazing Popsicle recipes at elitedaily


Via: elitedaily.com

Lime Mint Popsicles Without sugar


Via: www.bloglovin.com

Healthy citrus popsicles Kiwi mango Pineapple


Via: www.iheartnaptime.net

Cucumber and Lime with Mint Popsicle recipe


Via: www.donnahay.com.au

Watermelon Popsicles


Via: www.cookingclassy.com

Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt Popsicles


Have you ever tasted of a combination of sweet raspberry, sour lemon and tasty yogurt in a cold ice pop stick? If not, then try it now and we can bet that you will never forget the luscious icy taste of this Popsicle ever in your entire life! To make this unique combination you just need to mix all the ingredients into a grinder except raspberries which you need to simmer with some sugar and a bit of mineral water. Now just pour both mixtures into the Popsicle trays and leave them to freeze as we mentioned before!

Via: cookiedoughandovenmitt.com

Raspberry Mango Popsicles


You can also try this raspberry recipe with some other fruits like mango, peach, pineapple, etc.

Via: tutti-dolci.com

Fresh Mango and Strawberry Popsicle


Via: tastykitchen.com

Jell O Popsicle Recipe


If someone has a fetish for jelly or juice, then they can even try these Popsicle recipes with jelly or fresh juices as well!

Via: www.poofycheeks.com

Creamy Whole lemon Ice pops


Via: kirbiecravings.com

Green Juice Popsicles


Via: www.justataste.com

 Sweet Peach and Ice tea Popsicle recipe


Even, some figure conscious people can try it with ice tea ingredient along with some beneficial fruits, such peach or lime.

Via: www.papernstitchblog.com

Figs and ricotta cheesecake popsicle


Via: read.feedly.com

Red White and Blueberry Popsicles


Via: theviewfromgreatisland.com

Champagne Popsicles ( Berries and apple)


Via: www.bakersroyale.com

Yogurt Fruit and Granola Popsicles ( Berries and Kiwi)


Via: www.theidearoom.net

 Cotton Candy Popsicle recipe


Via: www.magicalrecipes.net

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