Isn't it amazing how a small thing like a colorful popsicle can take us back to our childhood days?
I still remember, every summer I used to wait for my mom to make me this yummy treat
In days of summer, your body mostly craves for more liquids or semisolids rather than food. With endless flavor possibilities, popsicles are the perfect way to complete any summer meal. I am pretty sure that you must be unaware of the fact that popsicles were invented by Frank Epperson when he was eleven. He discovered it accidentally when he left a glass of soda and water with a stick in his porch on a cold night
I have compiled some of my favorite popsicle flavors that are easy to make at home. I bet they will leave you craving for more!
Make a smooth mix of watermelon in a blender and add some shredded coconut to it. Put this mix into a Popsicle mold and let it set for four hours or more. Twist the Popsicle out and you have the most scrumptious Popsicle ever!
Enjoy root beer in a super cool and different form. To make this Popsicle, you will need root beer and vanilla ice cream as the key ingredients.
You just need some sprite and gummy bears. Pour them into the Popsicle mold and freeze them for six hours at least. Isn't that the easiest way to make a Popsicle?
Just make the usual lime juice but make sure you keep it extra sweet. Transfer the lime juice to the Popsicle mold and add pomegranate seeds. Now, freeze the mold for at least 7-10 hours and let it become rock hard frozen. Your yummy pomegranate limeade Popsicle is ready! I love how beautiful the pomegranate seeds look here.
Make the puree of cucumber by blending them in a mixer. Strain it using a strainer and add few minced mint leaves, lime juice and honey to it (as per your taste). Just pour in the mix into a Popsicle mold and freeze for six or more hours.
The citrus flavor of the orange can also be replaced by grapefruit. You will orange juice, heavy cream, a bit of honey and vanilla extract to make this creamsicle.
To make this delicious Popsicle, you just need three ingredients, pomegranate juice, garnished blueberries and greek yogurt. Just blend all the ingredients together and fill them up in the Popsicle mold to freeze.
Fresh strawberries, orange juice, and agave nectar is all you need to make a strawberry Popsicle. You will need to boil strawberries to make them into a puree form. Let it cool, then add orange juice and pour the mix into the Popsicle mold to freeze.
Kids will love this cereal milk Popsicle. In fact, this can make a super cool breakfast for a kick start on summer days. You can click on the source below for the recipe.
If you have bananas, Nutella and almond milk at home, you are good to go for this Popsicle recipe. Banana is the base in this recipe. Blend the ingredients, pour them into the mold and freeze for six hours. To take out the popsicle from the mold, you can run the mold under warm water.
For more detailed recipes of each Popsicle, please click on the source below every picture.