These Are The Best Healthy Ice Pop Recipes On The Internet
As many of you know, I’m fairly obsessed with healthy ice pops (I even wrote a cookbook devoted to them). Last week, if it seemed like ice pops were taking over the internet, you weren’t imagining things—the annual #popsicleweek was in full swing, with bloggers from far corners of the World Wide Web submitting their most impressive creations. We rounded up some of the healthiest of the bunch (these are all gluten-free, refined-sugar-free, and dairy-free) for your summer pleasure.
Chocolate Caramel Swirl Pops
These pops utilize a genius two-ingredient dairy-free caramel recipe and contain no refined sugar. Get the full recipe here.
Banana Pudding Pops
These are all about that cookie crumble, which tastes insanely decadent despite being made with only good-for-you ingredients. Get the full recipe here.
Pistachio Mint Pops
Made with just four simple ingredients, these pops are simple, sophisticated, and a bit unexpected. Get the full recipe here.
Hibiscus Berry Pops
These stunners get their vibrant color from vitamin C-packed hibiscus tea. Get the full recipe here.
Roasted Peach & Matcha Pops
This pop might be the best breakfast ever, with creamy, vanilla-bean-sweetened peaches and a pop of grassy, zesty matcha. Get the full recipe here.
White Chocolate Basil Pops with Edible Flowers
If you've never had (totally dairy-free) white chocolate and basil together, you're missing out. The edible flowers add a whimsical (but optional) touch. Get the full recipe here.
Tropical Tangerine Turmeric Pops
These pops contain tons of anti-inflammatory ingredients and even protein-packed, gut-soothing collagen, to boot. Get the full recipe here.
If you're still on the all-unicorn-everything train, these pops are for you. With vibrant colors that come from berries, these eye-catching pops bring magic to your summer. Get the full recipe here.
Liz Moody is an author, blogger and recipe developer living in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated with a creative writing and psychology degree from The University of California, Berkeley. Moody has written two cookbooks: Healthier Together: Recipes for Two—Nourish Your Body, Nourish Your Relationships and Glow Pops: Super-Easy Superfood Recipes to Help You Look and Feel Your Best. She also hosts the Healthier Together Podcast, where she chats with notable chefs, nutritionists, and best-selling authors about their paths to success. Her work has been featured in Vogue, Glamour, Food & Wine & Women’s Health.