Treat Yourself to These 9 Refreshing Popsicle Recipes This Summer

When the summer heat starts to get you down, there's only one thing that can cool you off—popsicles!

Treat yourself to one (or all) of the refreshing pops below when it gets too hot to function.

Watermelon Popsicles

Made with watermelon pulp, mini chocolate chips and lime sherbet, these pops taste just like watermelon with some extra sweetness. You can find the full recipe HERE.

Watermelon popsicles

(via Laura Trevey)


Rainbow Popsicles

Combining all sorts of delicious fruits like strawberries, bananas, pineapples, oranges and more, these popsicles are anything but basic. Gorgeous and tasty, you can't eat just one. Head over HERE to see how they're made.

A display of rainbow popsicles

(via The First Year Blog)


Cherry Cola Popsicles

Cherry cola is the perfect summer refreshment, so only imagine how satisfying it'll be in popsicle form. The best part about this recipe is that it only requires maraschino cherries and soda. Follow the instructions HERE.

Cherry cola popsicles

(via Simply Sated)


Lava Flow Popsicles

Don't let the name fool you, these icy treats are made with strawberries, pineapples and mangos, not actual lava. If you haven't had one of these bad boys before, get on it by following THIS recipe. You won't be disappointed.

Lava flow popsicles

(via One Lovely Life)


Gummy Worm and Sprite Popsicles

Probably the easiest popsicles to make on this list, all you have to do is add some gummy bears to your popsicle molds, pour some Sprite in and call it a day. Just in case you need more instructions, HERE they are.

Rainbow popsicle in front of a bush

(via Sweety High)


Strawberry Float Popsicles

You've heard of a Root Beer Float, but what about a Strawberry Float? Treat your tastebuds to this mouthwatering concoction by following the recipe HERE.

Strawberry float popsicles

(via Bombshell Bling)


Lemon Pie Popsicles

We don't know about you, but anything lemon-flavored always leaves us satisfied. We're betting these popsicles are no different. We want to lick our screens just looking at them. If you feel the same way, head over HERE to check out the full recipe.

Lemon pie popsicles

(via Crazy for Crust)


Red, White and Blueberry Popsicles

4th of July is right around the corner and you know you need these at your celebration. Find the recipe HERE.

Red, white and blueberry popsicles

(via The View From Great Island)


Floral Lemonade Popsicles

These popsicles are for all the flower children out there. Yes, those flowers are edible and you can get them at Whole Foods. HERE is everything else you'll need to whip these up.

Floral lemonade popsicles

(via Sugar and Charm)


If you're looking for a unique popsicle flavor, HERE's why you should give pickle pops a try.