Refreshing Ice Pops for Summer


Ice pops for Summer -

Ice pops make the perfect, cool summer treat. They are also very easy to make. Now's the time to take your kids to the kitchen, choose flavors, go shopping, and spend some fun, quality time together creating. Here are a few ideas (click on the titles to get the recipes):

Pineapple-Ginger Ice Pops

Pineapple-Ginger Ice Pops refresh the body and spirit on hot summer days. A spicy kick from the ginger makes them a favorite for both kids and adults.

Pineapple-ginger popsicles

Orange-Tangerine-Mango Cream Ice Pops

Orange-Tangerine-Mango-Cream Ice Pops remind me of my childhood, and making them with the kids is a great way to teach them some simple kitchen tricks. Fun!

Mexican Chocolate and Hazelnut Ice Pops

You know about my love affair with Mexican hot chocolate, and since I don't want to give it up in the summer months, I decided to create these delicious ice pops. They combine three of my favorite things, Mexican chocolate, hazelnut-chocolate spread, and milk. ¡Enjoy!

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Mexican chocolate paletas -

Marbled Apple-Pineapple Ice Pops

This recipe is the easiest, truly. You won't believe just how easy. It needs just two ingredients and a few minutes.

Desmoldando paletas marmoleadas -

Lime and Chile Pops

One of my favorite ice pops is “Paletas de Hielo de Limón” (Lime popsicles). Mexicans are known for adding lime to almost everything, but we're also known for adding a bit of spiciness to our food, too. These have both.

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Lime Popsicles Recipe

Banana Berry Milk Pops

This recipe is easy to make, full of flavor, and packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and calcium. The ripe banana and frozen berries bring most of the sugar to the recipe, so it calls for just one more tablespoon of sugar for all 7 milk pops!

Banana Berry Milk Pops

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Which one will you try first?

Enjoy your summer!

Silvia Martinez
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