Now that we’re deep into summer, the temperature is really starting to soar! We couldn’t think of anything more refreshing than a fruity popsicle on a sticky summer day,especially if you have some healthy frozen treats to indulge in so you can go back for seconds!

We consulted some of our favorite healthy food bloggers to discover some fresh frozen recipes that incorporate vitamin-rich ingredients and a lot less of the processed sugar. Whether you’re looking for a more nutritious spin on a classic flavor or in the mood to shake it up with unconventional ingredients, we’ve got the healthy ice pop recipe that will satisfy your sweet tooth!


Photo: Nourishing Meals

These Watermelon Fruit Popsicles pack an amazing punch!

Full Recipe:

3 cups watermelon puree (about 1/4 to 1/2 a watermelon)
1/2 cup fresh blueberries
1/2 cup chopped fresh strawberries
1 kiwi, peeled and sliced
1 peach or nectarine, diced small
handful fresh cherries, pitted and chopped

Popsicle - Coconut Fruit

Photo: This Rawsome Vegan Life

These fruit popsicles with Coconut Milk might be the prettiest popsicles we’ve seen so far. With ingredients like coconut milk, fresh fruit and revitalizing herbs, these are sure to give you glowing skin after you indulge in this vegan treat.

Full Recipe:

Ice cream:
400 ml fresh raw coconut milk (or 1 can of store-bought)
1/4 cup raw cane sugar (or preferred sweetener, to taste)
Other ingredients (use however much you need):
Frozen fruit
Finely chopped thyme, rosemary, basil or other fave herb (optional)

Popsicle - Mango Green Tea

Photo Credit: Minimalist Baker 

Mango Green Tea Pops
Recipe by Dana for Minimalist Baker

These vegan and gluten free Mango Green Tea pops pack a SERIOUSLY healthy punch because they’re made with matcha – which is green tea leaves ground into edible powder. Because the matcha is essentially undiluted green tea, your body can absorb 10 times more vitamins, minerals and antioxidants than its liquid counterpart. Mixed with fresh mango, these creamy popsicles are the perfect refreshment on a hot summer day. Get the recipe at

Popsicle - Strawberry

Photo Credit: Two Peas and Their Pod

Strawberry Popsicles
Recipe by Maria and Josh for Two Peas and Their Pod

Strawberry popsicles are an all-time classic and a foolproof flavor for the kids. We like to stick to the theory that the fewer ingredients the better (and healthier) which makes this recipe even better. Easy prep and just a three ingredient recipe means you can keep your freezer stocked with these vegan and gluten-free ice pops even after summer ends! Get the recipe at

Which healthy popsicle recipe are you dying to try? Let us know what your favorite flavor is in the comments below and check out our Wellness section for healthy recipes!


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