7 Ice Pops with Major Chill


Summer is a time to have fun with your food, and an empty ice pop mold is the perfect blank canvas for dreaming up colorful flavor combos. Allow us to offer a few ideas as inspiration; with this bevy of pops, you’ll never be bored.

Chai Tea Latte Pops (above)

Sweet and spicy, these pops are just like the cozy drink you love sipping all winter, but reimagined for warmer weather.

Strawberry Chia Breakfast Pops

These chia seed pops boast 2 grams of fiber per serving, but let’s get real — that’s not why you’re going to love them. You’re going to love them because a) you can eat them for breakfast, b) the strawberries make them the perfect shade of pink and c) they’re polka-dotted!

Watermelon-Raspberry Breakfast Pops

Don’t worry — if chia seeds aren’t your thing, we’ve got a pink breakfast pop for you, too. These neon watermelon numbers look (and taste) lovely dipped in toasted coconut.

Striped Fruit Pops

Why wouldn’t you want to eat a pop that matches your favorite stripy summer T-shirt? Ree Drummond’s recipe has mangoes, strawberries and citrus juice for a tart accent.

Frozen Chocolate-Banana Pops

Pulsed in a food processor, frozen bananas become creamy enough to mold into pops with cocoa powder, maple syrup and crunchy peanuts.

Honeydew Melon and Cilantro Ice Pops

You probably enjoy piles of fruit and herbs all summer long, but if you’re not pairing them together, you’re missing out. This vegetal green pop is a welcome refreshment on the most-humid day.

Spiked Watermelon Pops

Giada De Laurentiis harnesses the power of watermelon in a pop, and she makes these party-ready treats even more festive with watermelon-flavored vodka.