YAY!! It’s time for Good Food Reads: Popsicle and Sorbet Recipes Part 2! And the timing couldn’t be better, because I’m heading up to the cabin this weekend where we live on popsicles! YUM! This edition brings popsicle and sorbet recipes from some stunning bloggers: fun flavors, creamy dreamy textures and of course refreshment for all! Read on, you might just discover your new favorite flavor!
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Buckle up for the Popsicle and Sorbet Recipes from my blogger friends!
These single serve beauties will enchant everyone from the very young to the very old. Who can turn down a popsicle? Read on for some great recipes and our favorite equipment recommendations below!
Key Lime is one of my very favorite flavors in the whole world. And this recipe for Key Lime Pie Popsicles by Nourish and Fete adds the delicious key lime graham cracker crust. Oh yes!
Summertime brings all of the outdoor activities and dehydration can be a real problem. These Hydration Pops by The Belly Rules the Mind cures that in a delicious way. Keep these on hand for after-the-game treats. Dessert and rehydration all in one small package!
This color. This color. THIS COLOR! These Green Tea Hibiscus Ice Pops by Peas and Crayons appeal to my every sense. Now I just have to teach my kids to like green tea. OR better yet, I’ll eat them all myself!
Did someone say Margarita? I think these Watermelon Margarita Popsicles by Salt and Lavender may be my new favorite summer obsession. I need these. NEED THESE.
I’m always telling my kids they need to eat the rainbow. I think they will gladly take me up on it when I give them these Easy Rainbow Popsicles by Eats Amazing. Gorgeous healthy rainbow fruit, encased in lemonade, makes for the perfect summer treat.
I’m on a cherry kick this summer. I mean y’all have eaten pounds and pounds of cherries this summer also, right? These Cherry Creamsicles by Recipes to Nourish look amazing. Frozen whipped cream and cherries? On a stick? Pinch me, I may have died and gone to heaven.
And if cherries aren’t your thing, then check out these Healthy Creamsicles by My Kitchen Love which use the traditional orange. Low sugar, healthy greek yogurt, all of the flavor!
Looking for equipment to make your popsicles? Here are a few of my favorites (affiliate links):
Zoku Popsicle Maker-I personally like this one which freezes your popsicles while sitting on the counter. Pros: fast-you get your popsicles (3 at a time) in about 10 minutes. Cons: you can only make 6-9 popsicles in one sitting before the Zoku needs to be refrozen. The Zoku does need to be kept in the freezer so it is always on the ready. This Zoku Quick Pop Storage Case makes storing your extra popsicles easy!
These Prepworks Popsicle Molds can make 10 popsicles at a time and are easy to transport in or out of the freezer. These molds can be used with Paper Straws to give a cute flair to your popsicles, or you can go traditional with these Popsicle Sticks (and bonus: your kids can build things with the leftover sticks!).
With so many great options you can’t go wrong!
Sometimes popsicles seem like a lot of work, I mean after all, you do have to have molds, sticks, room in your freezer, etc. Sometimes a simple sorbet is the easier way to go. No worries, we have this covered too!
One Dish Kitchen is your go to place for all single serving recipes. This Watermelon Strawberry Sorbet is no exception. Sweet, refreshing and perfect for one. No storage room necessary!
Vegans rejoice. This Homemade Mango Sorbet by Sandhya Hariharan is all things good-mango, coconut milk and maple syrup. Delicious!
Cucumbers and Lemon are a perfect combination in water, and now in sorbet! Check out this Cucumber Lemon Granita by Veggie Desserts. So refreshing, plus you’re eating your veggies! Perfect for the summer heat!
I read Mojito and was hooked. The original recipe for Mojito Sorbet by The Things We’ll Make is nonalcoholic, but I think I might add a little rum. After all, the weekend is coming!
Well, that’s all for Good Food Reads: Popsicle and Sorbet Recipes Part 2. Let us know what flavors you are liking best? Are the flavors you’re making at home? Show us on social media #WithTwoSpoons