Popsicles: Refreshing Recipes for Summer Fun | Richmond Moms

Credit: Rosalynn Daniels for @craftboxgirls

 

 

Popsicles are synonymous with summer, and for good reason—they’re refreshing on hot days, help hydrate kids and adults alike, and are easy to hold, even for tiny toddler hands. While we don’t judge store bought varieties, making them allows you to control the ingredients, and doubles as a kid-friendly activity. Here are a few recipes to try, divided into two categories—kid-friendly, and 21 & Over (aka spiked varieties). Plus, fun molds to use when making them!

 

 

Kid-Friendly Popsicles

 

Unicorn Popsicles from Craft Box Girls

Orange and Cream Popsicles from The Spruce Eats

Honeydew Melon Ice Pops from Chowhound

Rainbow Popsicles from One Little Project

Easy Homemade Strawberry Popsicles from Yummy Toddler Food

 

 

Credit: A Spicy Perspective

 

 

21 & Over Popsicles

 

Vodka Gummy Bear Popsicles from A Spicy Perspective

Salted Spicy Watermelon Margarita Popsicles from Half Baked Harvest

Prosecco Pops from Delish

Blue Lagoon Cocktail Popsicles from Boulder Locavore

Boozy Basil Lemonade Popsicles from Gourmet with Blakely

 

 

Molds

 

Zoku Classic Pop Molds, $15, williams-sonoma.com

Tovolo Dino Ice Pop Molds, $16, amazon.com

Star Wars Pop Mold, $25, williams-sonoma.com

Helpcook Silicone Push Up Molds, $16, amazon.com

Ecozoi Eco-Safe Stainless Steel Popsicle Molds, $35, amazon.com

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