176 Best Homemade Popsicle Recipes

July 30, 2010.   1 Comments.   Categories Best of the Web, Frozen Drinks and Cocktail Pops.   Tags , , , , .


I’ll admit it.  I’m a card-carrying popsicle addict.  As I’ve mentioned in another post, I crave them like a child when I’m sick… and want to add a little vodka to them when I’m well!  Once you start making them at home, you won’t buy the commercial food-dye ladened boxes of them at your grocery store. If you’re looking for the best homemade popsicle recipes, then you’ve come to the right place.
The great thing about making your own popsicles, is you can add just about any combination of fresh fruit juice and they will be good.  However, I’m always looking for new ideas and recipes. In my quest, I found some great compilations of recipes that were so worthy of sharing.  For the best homemade popsicle recipes, then check out these links:
50+ Homemade Popsicle Recipes – Tipnut.com assembled recipes from all over the web into one post.  There are great ideas for regular fruit pops, frozen yogurt and pudding pops.  Each recipe has a link to the original source.
32 Homemade “Organic” Popsicle Recipes – Blisstree.com writes that making your own popsicles is better for your body (and your kids bodies) as well as the environment.  Here are 32 mostly organic recipes including veggie varieties for picky eaters.
50 Amazing Homemade Popsicle Recipes & Tips – This website had me when I saw the photo of the VitaMix on the counter.  We love our VitaMix!  In addition to great healthy recipes for pops, this link also has great tips for making them the best.
30 (ish) Popsicle Recipes by Kitchen Daily – Kitchendaily.com dedicates a month to sharing a new popsicle recipe each day.  They share fun fruit recipes but also include adventurous and serious dessert combinations.  Butter pecan pop anyone?
11 Fabulous and “Twisted” Popsicle Recipes – Beautiful and so yummy, hostessblog.com shares some serious recipes and tips on how to make beautiful “twisted’ pops.
3 Cocktail Pop Recipes – You can turn just about any fruity cocktail into a popsicle.  This article shows you three favorite ways to do that.  How about a Mojito pop?
Those are some of the best resources for popsicle recipes on the web.  However, if you really want to get creative just get out your juicer or blender – hit your farmer’s market and have some fun making up your own recipes!

1 Comment

  1. Yesterday I made freezer jam out of a case of pechaes I found a great deal on…only I mushed up too many pechaes and had leftovers. I turned those into popsicles, too, and the kids are already eating them this morning. I love it becauuse it was only peach mush — no sugar or anything added. Mushed up fruit and yogurt make a creamy, fruity frozen treat too.

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