Popsicle Recipes for Kids Without Alcohol

Summer is around the corner – make sure you stay cool and hydrated with this list of refreshing popsicle recipes for kids and adults! Many of these posicle recipes are healthy and made with fruit, like strawberries, and have as few as three or less ingredients.

Summer break is always so much fun when it begins! However, after a few weeks, it can quickly go south as temperature ramps up. That’s when you should have these popsicle recipes for kids!

We live in Houston, and the summers get really hot at this time of year. We try to send the kids outside to play, but even at 8am it’s too hot and humid! They always want to go to the splash pad or the pool, but with Tiffany’s Crohn’s disease, she’s not always able to do that.

Homemade popsicles are a great way to keep kids cool when they’re outdoors (and it minimizes the mess). You can also get them involved with actually making them! And while they’re freezing, your kids can have fun with this popsicle template!

If these popsicle recipes for kids look good to you, share them on Pinterest. You should also check out our post with Non-Alcoholic Drinks for Christmas, 20 New Years Non-Alcoholic Drinks, 50 Non-Alcoholic Drinks for Valentine’s Day, and 10 4th of July Non Alcoholic Patriotic Drinks.

Popsicle Recipes for Kids

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If these popsicle recipes look good to you, share them on Pinterest!  And don’t miss out on our other fun summer activities and recipes!

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  1. What fabulous recipes. It’s difficult to just pick one. I do think I would like to try the Mango Raspberry & Coconut one first, Very perfect for Florida!

  2. I’m coming to your house for dessert! I’ve been making popsicles for my kids for a while, but these all look amazing! Can’t wait to try some out!

  3. These all look so delicious! I never thought to put gummy bears into popsicles. I will definitely be adding some of these popsicles to my summer rotation to beat the heat!

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