At less than 50 calories per pop, this Greek yogurt dessert is much lighter than the kind you’d find in the freezer aisle at the supermarket. The secret: Roasting the cherries brings out their natural sweetness so you can cut down on the level of honey that needs to be added.
Rehydrate on a scorching-hot summer day with these coconut water pops. Fresh mint makes each bite even more refreshing.
These strawberry-kiwi treats are essentially lightly sweetened ice tea (well, frozen tea) with a splash of apple juice. Kids will eat up these colorful low-cal pops!
You might be able to guess that watermelon is the base of the red Rocket Pops, but do you have any predictions about what fruit kicks off the blue version? Hint: Think tropical!
For a dessert that looks as sweet as it tastes, try these layered ice pops. Try the same strategy with pineapple and blueberry or mango and raspberry, depending on the season.
Don’t let that vino go to waste! Put the final glass of white wine to good use in these fruity freezer pops. (White grape juice works wonderfully for a kid-friendly version.)
Speaking of spirits, these pretty pink pops are made with equal parts orange juice, pineapple juice, and rum, plus a splash of grenadine and lime juice. After just one taste, you’ll realize why they’re one of the most popular recipes with our Facebook fans!
Spice up your dessert routine with this recipe that’s inspired by the chili powder-dusted mango snack served by street vendors in Mexico.
Make note of the ratios, then go wild by customizing with your favorite fruit, juice, and sorbet combos.
Cure your cocoa craving with these frozen fudge pops that include a triple dose of chocolate flavor: melted semisweet chocolate, cocoa powder, and mini chips.
"Made with 100 percent real fruit!" is what the label would read if you purchased these watermelon pops at the store. Each watermelon round is dressed simply with orange juice and zest, a splash of tequila, and a pinch of sugar and salt.