Summer time means heat, more heat, and cool treats!!
Here are some great ways to get your sweet tooth fix (plus some much needed hydration) without a bunch of sugar to go along with it.
Plus you get an awesome nutritional boost from the fruit! What’s not to love??
A few of the recipes call for just Dixie cups and popsicle sticks, which is a great option in a pinch, but I encourage you to consider making a small investment in some popsicle molds.
Not only are they reusable, but they are easier to work with, have drip guards, and are easier for little hands as well.
You can also get them in cool shapes like dinosaurs, ring pops, and rockets!
And now, without further ado….
The 20 Fresh Fruit Popsicles that you MUST make this summer!!
For a tropical twist, you can try these Strawberry Mango Popsicles from Strength and Sunshine.
These Kiwi Watermelon Popsicles from Mom Endeavors are perfect for Summer!
You can use coconut water and fruit to make these fun Rainbow Popsicles from My Mini Adventurer.
You only need one ingredient- grapes for these Grape Popsicles from Two Healthy Kitchens.
There’s no sugar added to these Fresh Fruit Popsicles from Must Have Mom.
These Watermelon Berry Popsicles from A Family Feast have some great, healthy ingredients.
Just two ingredients make up these Blueberry Peach Popsicles from Dancing Through the Rain.
For a creamy treat, try these Raspberry Greek Yogurt Popsicles from Mom Endeavors.
Next, try these Coconut Watermelon Popsicles from Raia’s Recipes.
Here’s another tropical one- Easy Pineapple Popsicles from Gym Craft Laundry.
You only need one ingredient for these Strawberry Popsicles from Melanie Cooks.
Get your juicer ready for these Hidden Veggie Power Popsicles from My Home Based Life.
For a fun citrus twist, try these Cucumber and Lemon Popsicles from Veggie Desserts.
Here are some yummy Blackberry Yogurt Popsicles from A Bride on a Budget.
Get all the melons for these Cantaloupe, Honeydew, Watermelon Popsicles from A Magical Mess.
For a fun Summer breakfast, try these Blackberry, Banana, and Oat Popsicles from Veggie Desserts!!
It doesn’t get any easier than these Watermelon Popsicles from Little Bins for Little Hands, and they come in fun shapes.
These Blueberry Coconut Popsicles from Kitchen Meets Girl look amazing!
Next up, be sure to try these Strawberry Kiwi Popsicles from Beyond the Chicken Coop.
Finally, try these creamy Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles from Love Bakes Good Cakes.
Hey! I’m Julie.
I help busy moms feed their families healthy foods in a lot less time.
I’m the founder of Well Fed Families, a mom of three kids who I had over the span of 21 years (I like doing things slowly sometimes), a lover of food, and an 80’s rock fanatic. I also dig jail shows and anything from the 1940s.
As you can tell from the above I’m a little weird. I‘m also a little funny (okay, sometimes a lot funny).
But one thing’s for sure…..I’ve been doing this healthy eating thing for my family for a loooooong time.
And most importantly? Moms who are feeling overwhelmed by that whole concept are my HEART! I want to help you in any way I can, because I know how hard it can be sometimes.
So take a load off and stay a while. I’m super glad you’re here. <3
Psst…before you leave be sure to grab the free cookbook below! It’s my little way of saying thanks for checking out Well Fed Families….
Does dinner time stress you out?
Hate being tied to the kitchen when you get home, when you just want to RELAX already?!
I feel ya, sister.
That’s why I created a cookbook just for us: the exhausted moms who long for easy weeknights, but still want to feed our family healthy meals.
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