Seven Delicious Popsicle Recipes

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Happy Monday!  What’s in store for your week?  I’m attempting to squeeze forty hours of work into three days before skipping off to the Outer Banks, North Carolina.  I’ve never been there before so I’m SUPER excited to explore the coast yet equally pumped to sit back, sun it up, and finish my book.  While I’m wasting away in front of my monitor editing, designing and emailing, you should probably mix up one or all of these delicious popsicle recipes that we’ve featured in the past.


Creamy Coconut Banana Popsicles are the easiest of the bunch.  If you don’t have a lot of prep time, throw these banana babies together.  It shouldn’t take you longer than ten minutes – clean up included!


Simple Strawberry and Greek Yogurt Popsicles are almost as easy as the aforementioned banana pops.  The key to delicious strawberry pops are making sure your berries are nice and ripe, which shouldn’t be too difficult at this time of year.  If you happen to go strawberry picking, grab way more than you need, clean them all and store them in the freezer for future use!  This post provides you with a bunch of berry washing tips courtesy of Kate. One of my favorite cheap activities is pick-you-own {insert favorite fruit or veggie here} so I always have a freezer filled with something yummy. I’m actually thawing out some strawberries from earlier in the season to blend into pops.

liveseasoned_summer2014_blueberrypopsicles4-999x1024 copy‘Notha berry pop – Blueberry Lemon Yogurt, yummm.


These (Paleo) Pumpkin Popsicles can be made all year round.


As you may know, Katie’s birthday was last Friday and Calder actually gifted her this book, which is where many of these popsicle recipes were born.  Katie immediately made these Toasted Coconut Popsicles.  These creamy popsicles are definitely more on the dessert end of the spectrum, while the others are more of a fruity midday snack.  The roasted and toasted flavors paired with the creamy consistency of these pops solidified their place in our hearts and we’ll be making them for summers to come.


Looking for more dessert pops? These creamy lemon popsicles are meant for midnight snacking. So good and only three ingredients!liveseasoned_summer2014_avocadopops4

I saved my favorite popsicle for last, a creamy mixture of Avocado and Lime, perfect for those of you who are vegan and gluten free.  I could eat one of these popsicles every day of the summer, but it’s so hard to dole out my avocados fairly between the quinoa salads, fish tacos and fresh guacamole that gets made around here.

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