Even though Labor Day and Rosh Hashanah seem like they are just around the corner, summer isn’t quite over yet and so there are still plenty of cool treats to enjoy.
Forget ice cream – ice pops are definitely the new ‘it’ treat. Like ice cream, the flavor combinations are endless. But unlike ice cream, it’s much simpler to make a quality ice pop than to make ice cream with great flavor and the right consistency.
All you need is an ice pop mold, a great recipe and just a little patience. Try any one of these beautiful, delicious ice pop recipes and take your summer up a notch, that is, before it really is over.
Iced Coffee Ice Pops from Sheri Silver
Root Beer Float Pops from Sheri Silver
Strawberry Coconut Pops from Gluten-Flee
Homemade Fudge Pops from Brown Eyed Baker
Halva Popsicles from Molly Yeh
Watermelon Ice Pops from Jeanne Benedict
Strawberry Lemonade Greek Yogurt Pops from Naomi Sugar
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