Dessert Recipes

Most Pinned DIY Popsicles

Avoiding the kitchen the summer during those heat waves is a must. But what do you do if you’re craving something sweet? Baking just doesn’t seem like an option, but we have the solution for you–Popsicles! These frozen treats are a great way to indulge your sweet tooth while cooling off in the summer heat.

We’ve found the most pinned DIY popsicle recipes to share with you. Stay cool and freeze on!

The Most Pinnable Pops of the Summer

1.Blueberry Mojito Popsicles

Sarah, from Broma Bakery, grew up in Boston surrounded by food. She began working in the restaurant industry at the age of 15 and her love of food continued on when she created her food blog to share her passion for cooking and photography. To quench her thirst, Sarah has mixed up these blueberry mojito popsicles. Refreshing and sweet, these pops are sure to be your new happy hour go-to.

blueberry mojito popsicle by broma bakery

Photo: Sarah/Broma Bakery

2. Cake Batter Popsicles

Kimberly, the face behind Just Add Sprinkles shared delectable recipes that are easy, fun, and satisfying. The kitchen is her happy place, and nothing is better to her than a cupcake with sprinkles. Naturally she’d make a stellar cake batter popsicles with sprinkles for a summer spin on her favorite treat. Try these popsicles for a sweet treat that will evoke all your childhood nostalgia with every lick.

cake batter popsicles by just add sprinkles

Photo: Kimberly/Just Add Sprinkles

3. Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles

Damn Delicious blogger, Chungah, is all about easy recipes for the everyday cook. Too cool off from the California sun, she loves a nice cold treat! Her easy popsicles are made with simple ingredients. Check out her recipe with Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles to satisfy your cheesecake craving without any baking necessary!

strawberry cheesecake popsicles by damn delicious

Photo: Chungah/Damn Delicious

4. Creamy Coconut Mojito Ice Pops

Ashley from Cook Nourish Bliss, loves to share recipes that are approachable and made with real ingredients. She shared mostly healthy recipes with a few indulgent ones mixed in- because hey, it’s about balance, right? Her Coconut Mojito Pops, just fit this bill. The perfect mix of creamy, sweet, healthy, and a little bit of rum, make these ice pops the perfect treat to end your day with without feeling too bad. Get your island flavor on and try these out!

coconut mojito popsicles by cook nourish bliss

Photo: Ashley/Cook Nourish Bliss

5. Milk and Cereal Breakfast Popsicles

Katrina, the face behind In Katrina’s Kitchen shares her recipes of sweet confections. Pretty and girls are her aesthetic to share her love of sugary treats in between being a mom and wife. Her loves of sweet’s shines through her popsicle recipe. Who said dessert can’t be for breakfast? Not Katrina. Try her fun take on a cool treat with a breakfast themed twist.

milk and cereal breakfast popsicles by in katrina's kitchen

Photo: Katrina/In Katrinas Kitchen

6. Yogurt Parfait Popsicles

Sharing her love for all beautiful things in food, design, and DIY projects, Kellie from Le Zoe Musings creates not only visually stunning photographs, but delectable bites. Her recipes range from those using wholesome ingredients to dishes with a touch of indulgence. Her yogurt parfait popsicles are a great twists on a breakfast and snack favorite.

yogurt parfait popsicles by le zoe musings

Photo: Kellie/Le Zoe Musings

7. Throat-Soothing Chamomile Ginger Popsicles with Lemon and Honey

Together the dynamic duo of Chelsea and Finn behind the creative blog Port and Finn, share recipes that are packed with punch, flavor, and satiate all your foodie taste-buds. While these pops aren’t your conventional sweet treat, they are a great holistic way to heal your sore throat from that summer cold. Let’s just say being sick never tasted so good.

throat soothing popsicles by port and fin

Photo: Chelsea and Fin/Port and Fin

8.Rainbow Popsicles

Beth, from The First Year blog loves to share sweet tooth favorite, indulgent desserts, and crowd pleasing treats baked up in her Illinois kitchen. While the summer heat makes baking a little more unpleasant, Beth has blended up these stunning rainbow ice pops made from fresh fruit and greek yogurt. You can’t get more summery than this.


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