Popsicle Recipes for Summer

 

The Verde at Greenbelt Station Blog, Greenbelt, MD  Summer is just around the corner, so to help you cool down, we are sharing a few popsicle recipes you can make at your apartment!

Welcome back to The Verde at Greenbelt Station Blog! In this post, we are helping residents of our Greenbelt, MD apartment community to prepare for summer and the warmer weather that is ahead by cooling down with a refreshing popsicle! Read our post for some easy popsicle recipes that you can make at your apartment.

 

Strawberry Mango Popsicles from Half Baked Harvest

You will only need three ingredients to make these fresh fruit popsicles! Ingredients include fresh strawberries, ripe mangos, and pulp-free orange juice. There is no shortage of flavor in these fruity pops!

 

Cherry Lemonade Popsicles from The View from the Great Island

Another simple and fruity popsicle recipe, all you need is fresh pitted cherries, granulated sugar, and fresh lemon juice. You will love the tartness of these cherry lemonade popsicles.

 

Creamy Peach and Honey Popsicles from Cookie + Kate

Peaches and cream is the best way we can think to describe these sweet and creamy popsicles. Ingredients include ripe peaches, honey, sea salt, whole milk plain yogurt, lemon juice, and vanilla extract.

 

Root Beer Float Popsicles from Boulder Locavore

Root beer floats are a classic summertime treat. Give these root beer float popsicles a try for a taste that will take you back. To make them, you will need root beer, vanilla bean ice cream, popsicle sticks, and popsicle molds.

 

Raspberry Coconut Chia Ice Pops from Running in the Kitchen

Enjoy the creamy taste of coconut accented by the tartness of red raspberries in this frozen treat! Ingredients include the following: fresh raspberries, water, full fat coconut milk, chia seeds, paper cups, and popsicle sticks. Some optional add-ins include coconut extract, vanilla extract, lime juice, and honey.

 

Which of these popsicle recipes are you most excited to try out? Let us know in the comments, and share any of your own popsicle recipes with us there as well. Thanks for reading our post!

 

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