Healthy Frozen Treats

These refreshing frozen desserts will sate your sweeth tooth all summer long — without ruining your healthy diet.

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Coconut, Cherry and Vanilla Bean Ice Pops

Juicy cherries, creamy coconut milk and a generous amount of vanilla come together to create a delicious frozen dessert that's ideal for scorching days. These are not your regular ice pops, loaded with refined sugar: Small amounts of honey and maple syrup give just the right amount of sweetness and add flavor.

Get the Recipe: Coconut, Cherry and Vanilla Bean Ice Pops

Watermelon Slushies

This sweet treat is a great make-ahead item for summer parties, and it couldn't be easier to prepare — just puree and freeze watermelon.

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Fruit Pops

Ree Drummond creates these refreshing ice pops by adding a pureed mango and simple syrup mixture to the bottom of her ice pop molds and freezing. Then she pours a strawberry mixture to the halfway mark. For the striped effect, repeat with another layer of mango and strawberry.

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Strawberry Frozen Yogurt

Macerated strawberries meet rum, Greek yogurt, vanilla and citrus flavors in the Neelys' bright and flavorful homemade frozen yogurt. Be sure to place your ice cream maker insert into the freezer a full 24 hours before preparing the frozen treat.

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Layered Watermelon Ice Pops

Nothing says summer quite like slices of watermelon and frozen ice pops, so put the two together for a summery, layered treat. When avocado is sweetened and pureed, it freezes up just like ice cream, making it the perfect ingredient for the green watermelon rind layer.

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Chocolate-Covered Banana Pops

Cool down on a hot summer day with these frozen banana pops. The dark chocolate and salted peanuts add a sweet-and-savory crunch.

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Red, White and Blue Pops

These healthy frozen pops are salute-worthy since they are packed with vitamin C and have even a little fiber (2 grams per pop) thanks to the fresh berries. And the best part is that you can get your red, white and blue fix without using artificial food coloring.

Get the Recipe: Healthy Red, White and Blue Frozen Pops

Chocolate Chia Pudding Pops

These pops are uber-fudgy, thanks to a combo of chia seeds and cocoa powder. If you don't have the patience to wait for the frozen version, no problem; the pudding is just as delicious.

Get the Recipe: Healthy Chocolate-Chia Pudding Pops

Mango Strawberry Snow Cones

Tyler's snow cones — sweet, light and healthy — will no doubt be your new go-to dessert this summer.

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Frozen Chocolate Mousse Pie

At less than 250 calories per serving, this chocolatey dessert won't have you feeling like you overdid it at an outdoor bash.

Get the Recipe: Bobby's Lighter Frozen Chocolate Mousse Pie

Mango Turmeric Lassi Ice Pops

Cool down this summer with this refreshing recipe. Mango is sweet and juicy and beautifully contrasts with turmeric's bitter, peppery flavor. Plus, they both impart a gorgeous, vibrant orange-yellow color that makes your food just pop!

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Basil-Lemon Ice

Summery basil, fresh lemons and sugar is all it takes to make this refreshing fruit ice you serve up in lemon halves.

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Greek Yogurt Fudge Pops

These chocolatey fudge pops made with semisweet chips can be enjoyed guilt-free, thanks to a mix of reduced-fat Greek yogurt and low-fat milk.

Get the Recipe: Greek Yogurt Fudge Pops