Thandai Masala is an Indian blend of nuts and spices. This version of a creamy popsicle is loaded with the blend and plenty of pistachios to top things off.
When it is hot, hot, hot, freeze your green smoothies to make beautiful and deliciously cool smoothie popsicles.
These cool summer pops are too good to be true. Made with just three ingredients and sweetened with honey, a coconut strawberry popsicle is just the treat you need on a hot day.
Vegan popsicles using whipped bananas and almond milk are an easy, cool treat to make. Plus, it is so easy to experiment with different toppings.
A cool treat that can be spiked with rum, or not, for true fruity mojito flavor.
Make your normal smoothie, but this time throw it in the freezer. Push a stick in the center of your freezing drink and you now have a portable snack. Just eat it before it melts.
Popsicles are one of the easiest summer treats to make. Dipped in dark chocolate and pistachios, these dairy-free popsicles are satisfying and delicious.
For the ultimate combo of cream and tang, use full fat Greek yogurt. Let the popsicle sit at room temperature before enjoying for a soft-serve consistency.
A cool iced tea with lemon zest frozen into popsicle form. Fold in blackberry jam for a slightly sweet and fruity addition.
Just like the easy summer drink, these margarita popsicles are a simple and delicious. Now this is how you really cool off while you drink.
This frozen dairy popsicle is flavored with mawa burfi candies, pistachios and saffron.
Temperatures may be cooling off but the unique flavor combo of peach, coconut and lavender can be enjoyed all year round, just store some peaches in the freezer.
If the yogurt is watery, you’ll want to drain it in a cheese cloth overnight to keep the popsicles from being too icy.