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Our Favourite Summer Popsicle Recipes

The heat is soaring across Australia and it's time to bust out the old popsicle moulds. 

Why bother buying pricey ice blocks in store, when you can so easily make your own, healthier versions at home?

If you're having a backyard party this summer, or if you simply want to sit down and enjoy a little sweet treat to yourself, try our pick of easy and delicious homemade popsicle recipes.

Banana and Coconut Milk Popsicles

If you can't have dairy, or simply don't want it, try these vegan, gluten- and sugar-free popsicles using coconut milk.

Peach Popsicles

For those who love frozen yoghurt, these peach-yoghurt popsicles are the perfect healthy treat.

Mocha Popsicles

Get your cool caffeine and chocolate fix at the same time. You can even eat it on the go!

Chai Popsicles

While many of us in Oz associate a cosy drink like Chai tea with winter, in India, it's actually considered the perfect cure for a hot day! Add to the fun by making your own Chai with this recipe, and freezing in popsicle moulds.

Pineapple and Almond Popsicles

This is the ultimate healthy snack. It uses almond milk for extra flavour (bonus: it's vegan friendly), as well as crushed almonds for a bit of crunch. Add banana, coconut and pineapple for the perfect fruity delight.

Berry Yoghurt Swirl Popsicles

You can have these with our without yoghurt, depending on your desire for a creamy popsicle. 

Mango, Coconut and Lime Popsicles

Nothing tastes like summer quite like mango! Combined with tropical coconut flavours, and a dash of zesty citrus, these popsicles will go down a treat for everyone. To save some money on those expensive mangoes, you can purchase frozen varieties at some supermarkets. 

Melon Popsicles

Fun fact: these melon popsicles were all the rage in Korea in the 90s! If you can't get enough of Korean cuisine, this is an easy way to get your fix. 

 
 

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