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  • Cool Off With These Homemade Popsicle Recipes at The Park

    22 Jun 2018

    Looking for a sweet, frozen treat to bring to the pool at The Park? Mix up some homemade popsicle recipes to keep you cool on a warm summer day. Grab your popsicle molds and enjoy these refreshing popsicle treats.

    Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles with Granola

    Popsicles can be sweet and still be healthy. Try out this protein and probiotic packed popsicle. Layer strawberries, yogurt and granola in your popsicle molds. Then freeze for up to six hours. Enjoy this low calorie frozen treat recipe by Jessica Gavin.

    Cake Batter Popsicles

    For a more creamy frozen treat, the Cake Batter Popsicle will satisfy your sweet tooth. To make this popsicle, combine vanilla ice cream, cake mix and milk. Top it off with some colorful sprinkles. You’ll want to eat this popsicle quickly, especially on a warm summer day. Find the full recipe at Just Add Sprinkles.

    Tropical Kiwi Ice Pops

    Get transported to a tropical island with this flavorful popsicle. This recipe includes coconut milk, bananas, kiwi and crushed pineapple. Once frozen, you’ll get a nice balance of icy and creamy textures. Check out the full recipe at Allrecipes.

    Chocolate Passion Fruit Popsicles

    This recipe requires a few more steps compared to the other recipes but your mouth will water for this popsicle. To make the popsicle base, combine passion fruit puree, egg yolks, half and half, sugar, vanilla and salt. Once frozen, dip or drizzle the popsicles with a dark chocolate mixture. Enjoy this unique popsicle recipe from Kitchen Konfidence.

    With plenty of homemade popsicle recipes, we hope you’ll enjoy cooling off with these sweet treats while spending time at The Park’s outdoor amenities. Stay cool!