Recipes & Cooking
16 Ice Pops With Unbelievable Flavor
Next time you’re in the mood for a frozen treat, make a batch of these outrageous ice pops: some fruity, some creamy, some boozy, all easy.
Chocolate Salted Caramel Ice Pops
Salted caramel sandwiched between two layers of chocolate pudding gives this ice pop an addictive bite.
Three Musketeers Ice Pops
Created to taste like the candy bar of the same name, the additional Kahlua and chocolate liquor make this ice pop more adult-friendly.
Kiwi Pineapple Ice Pops
If a classic fruit ice pop is your style, try this healthier version—a sweet and tart creation made with fresh kiwi, pineapple, and a hint of honey.
Blueberry Cabernet Cheesecake Ice Pops
Have your cheesecake and eat it too—on a stick! Classic cheesecake ingredients mix with blueberries and red wine for a dessert and nightcap in one with this ice pop.
Nutella Ice Pop
Make your own fudge pops with chocolate milk and hazelnut chocolate spread.
Jell-o Ice Pops
If you’re out of fruit juice, relax—you can still have homemade ice pops. Use Jell-o, powdered drink mix, and cold and boiling water to make a simple (but tasty) emergency treat.
Peanut Butter-Oreo Ice Pops
Cookies and cream are already a match made in freezer heaven, but this leftovers-inspired frozen treat adds tangy cream cheese to an Oreo-and-whipped cream base.
Strawberry Champagne Ice Pops
These ice pops dress up summer celebrations like a backyard birthday, bridal shower, wedding, or graduation party.
Fig, Clementine, and Port Wine Ice Pops
Make your glass of wine last longer by freezing it with figs, oranges, and honey.
Lemon Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pop
This icy treat is healthy, with creamy Greek yogurt, zesty lemon juice, and naturally sweet raspberries.
Basil-Infused Lychee Lime Ice Pops
This ice pop hits so many flavor notes at once: sweet (lychee), spicy (basil), and sour (lime).
Bloody Mary Ice Pops
This Bloody Mary ice pop, or “poptail,” chills down an outdoors summer Sunday brunch. Just pour the cocktail from the glass to an ice-pop mold for a mid-morning treat.
Matcha Mousse Ice Pop
Matcha is green tea, in powder form; it’s delicious to drink and even better in an ice mold. First fold it into a mousse made of yogurt and whipping cream, then freeze to make these airy, antioxidant-rich ice pops.
Tutti-Frutti Chocolate Coconut Ice Pops
Made with bananas, raspberries, low-fat coconut milk, and dark chocolate, this creamy ice pop will satisfy your sweet tooth without the guilt.
Mango Mai Tai Ice Pops
This summer, turn a tropical cocktail into a “poptail.” Mango, pineapple, and three kinds of rum give this baby a serious kick.
Mango Lassi Ice Pops
All the creamy goodness of the traditional Indian drink—sweet mango, hint of cardamom, ginger—but frozen, and sprinkled with chopped pistachios.