Three Fun Kid-Friendly Popsicles for Summer!


You’ll never be ready for summer without a few key ingredients; sun, friends, family and great food. Just reading that sentence is enough to put a smile on my face. Who doesn’t love the idea of warm, sunny days spent in the great outdoors with loved ones? I know I do! But then, I’m sure you all know that part of the fun isn’t just in being with friends, but also in being able to take care of them. And there are plenty of ways to do that, but one of my favorite ways is by sharing frozen treats. They’re easy to prepare, taste amazing and help keep everyone cool! Here are 3 Fun Kid-Friendly Popsicles for Summer that my kids adore!


Oreo Pops

I am a huge fan of any snack that is fun to make and fun to eat. Frozen Oreo pops are just that: smash your oreos, open the top of the packet, pour in milk, add a popsicle stick and freeze! These sweet treats are the perfect snack on a hot summer afternoon, my kids absolutely love them and they have so much fun helping me prepare them!


How To Make My Smashed Oreo Pops:

  1. Smash your Oreos
  2. Open the top of the packet and pour in milk
  3. Add a popsicle stick and freeze
  4. Enjoy!


Looking for something with a little less sugar? You’ll love…

Watermelon Pops

Watermelon season is upon us and we’re all about to go into a melty, juicy frenzy. We love watermelon. It’s the perfect snack for summertime – it’s sweet, it’s juicy, and it’s good for you! This take on a popsicle takes watermelon to the next level, I promise. Freeze a slice of watermelon on a popsicle stick for a sweet but healthy alternative to a traditional popsicle that your kids will absolutely love!


How To Make My Watermelon Pops:

  1. Slice watermelon into individual servings
  2. Insert Popsicle Stick
  3. Freeze
  4. Enjoy!


Want to keep the treats on theme? This next variation is PERFECT for colourful fun…

Yogurt Ring Pops

These molds can be filled with whatever your heart desires but we made red, white and blue yogurt pops with Memorial Day and Fourth of July in mind. Frozen yogurt makes for a super simple and healthy treat that tastes delicious, and the kids will love helping you put them together!


How To Make My Red White And Blue Yogurt Ring Pops:

  1. Place yogurt and any other additions (berries etc) into molds
  2. Freeze
  3. Enjoy!

We know they’ll be enjoying these treats but popsicles are known for their mess. Luckily, I’ve got that covered…

BONUS: Mess Free Popsicle Hack

Grab the lid of a cup, stick the popsicle stick through the middle and just like that, mess free, easy to hold popsicles!

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