Stay cool and stay sweet by making your own homemade popsicle recipes! When you start making your own popsicles you won’t want to go back to the store-bought ones. You can make healthier versions for your whole family they are sure to love!
Making your own popsicles is budget-friendly as most of these popsicle recipes only call for 5 ingredients or less! (You can make multiple recipes using the same few ingredients they might share too!) It’s an easy way to get fresh fruit and healthy options on the table (freezer) without the kids even realizing it.
Homemade Popsicle Recipe Ingredients:
These easy to make popsicles only contain two ingredients and take just 4 steps to complete! Perfect for those that can’t drink regular cows milk.
Now the rosewater may throw you off BUT you can always use lemonade or coconut milk instead to make these popsicles. You will need a blender to combine your ingredients but then you can just pour into your popsicle molds and let it freeze.
Dole Whips are a hot hit at Disney and many people HAVE to get one when they visit. What if you could make Dole Whip popsicles at home though? You only need THREE ingredients and your blender to make these! (Plus your popsicle mold)
Who says you can’t make vegan or healthy popsicles?! Now you can churn up this vegan option that only needs FOUR ingredients! (And they won’t cost you an arm and leg either!)
You can grab fresh watermelon and strawberries on sale (they are usually marked down if they sit in the cooler for a few days) to help you make this popsicle recipe on the cheap! Super easy to make with just four ingredients and 4-6 hours to freeze and they’re ready to eat!
Try this delicious cheesecake popsicle recipe with just six ingredients (most of them you likely already have at home)! You will need your blender for these and you mix and pour so every popsicle may taste different.
Making these delicious popsicles is done in layers so you create each section of your fruit in the blender and then alternate pouring them in your popsicle molds. The sweetness will depend on your fruit so you can add simple syrup if needed.
A frugal and easy popsicle recipe, this one only calls for three ingredients and water! You can make all sorts of flavors with different Kool-aid mixes! These won’t last long so be sure to stock up on supplies for this recipe.
Now you may be thinking this popsicle uses pop (soda) but it doesn’t! You actually need cola syrup! You only need two other ingredients besides the cola syrup to make these frozen treats and then allow to freeze overnight before enjoying!
Love banana pudding? Then throw it into a popsicle and enjoy! There’s just one more added ingredient on top of the regular banana pudding supplies you’ll need to make these mouth-watering treats! (You can pop these out of the molds and put them in freezer bags to store as well)