Refreshing Summer Popsicles
Welcome back to The Tower at Spring Creek Blog! Summer has finally arrived here in Garland, TX and with the high temperatures, it can be difficult to stay cool. We’re sharing a few popsicle recipes in today’s post that can help you stay cool and hydrated. Break out your popsicle molds and sticks and try out these tasty recipes today.
This recipe from Tasty Yummies can be used to make popsicles or a smoothie! The recipe is also gluten-free and sugar-free. Ingredients include fresh organic strawberries, a frozen organic banana, unsweetened coconut milk, ice cold water, chia seeds, vanilla extract, and unsweetened shredded coconut.
This recipe comes from The Corner Kitchen. We love the unique flavor combination of the ginger and mango in this creamy popsicle. Ingredients include ripe mangoes, greek yogurt, lemon juice, honey, and ground ginger. Modify the amount of ginger used based on your flavor preference.
These popsicles both look and taste amazing. Plus they are super healthy because they are made from whole fruit. The recipe comes from The View From The Island and calls for the following ingredients: fresh kiwis, halved strawberries, chopped mangoes, fresh blueberries, chopped watermelon, and chopped pineapple.
This versatile recipe comes from One Sweet Appetite. It is completely up to you what flavor you use. Ingredients include a package of Jell-O (3oz), a packet of Kool-Aid, sugar, boiling water, and cold water. Freeze for 4-6 hours and then enjoy!
Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles from Pass the Sushi
Enjoy the sweet and tangy flavors of strawberry lemonade in a refreshing frozen treat! You will need the following to make them: low-fat yogurt (plain or vanilla), fresh lemon juice, sugar, fresh strawberries, and water. The popsicle is made up of alternating strawberry and lemonade layers.
Have you ever made your own popsicles? Share your favorite recipes with us in the comments. Thanks for reading our post.