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Easy and creamy as can be. Get the recipe.
Mix vanilla yogurt with softened frozen orange juice concentrate and freeze.
Shredded coconut gives the pop a cool texture. Get the recipe.
How did I not think of this earlier? Get the recipe.
You can either buy straight-up cream of coconut or refrigerate a can of coconut milk and skim the cream off the top. Get the recipe.
Purple fruit party! Get the recipe.
You can just drop a few decorative bears in the bottom of each mold OR fill them all the way up with bears (and then add Sprite) if you want a higher gummy concentration.
Slice the berries, puree the cantaloupe, and you've got popsicles. Get the recipe.
Grape-on-grape action: white grape juice and halved grapes. Get the recipe.
Cool whip and limeade. Get the recipe.
Alternate layers of vanilla yogurt and strawberry puree to make pretty patterned pops. Get the recipe.
Mix 1 cup almond milk with 2 spoonfuls of cookie butter and freeze.
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White peaches are extra pretty, but yellow will be lovely too. Get the recipe.
Okay, "popsicle" is not doing these justice: It's literally Oreos covered in ice cream covered in Oreo crumbs. Get the recipe.
Chances are you already have both ingredients (honey and Greek yogurt). Get the recipe.
Optional: You can add a little shredded coconut for textural excitement. Get the recipe.
Strawberry soda and vanilla ice cream make a great team. Get the recipe.
Very cool. Get the recipe.
Just a spoonful of sugar helps the pineapple be awesome. Get the recipe.
Okay, technically just ONE ingredient (beer) but a little lime juice in the mix would be real nice. These will disappear so fast at a summer party. Get the instructions here.
Involves the clever shortcut of using strawberry-flavored Greek yogurt (so you could swap in any favorite flavor instead). Get the recipe.
A born star. Get the recipe.
If you're lucky enough to encounter (or make) some dulce de leche this summer, this is the first thing you should do with it. Get the recipe.
Getting these layers isn't hard but it takes a little time (since you need to let the orange part solidify before adding the pink lemonade). Get the recipe.
Technically three ingredients if you count sugar (you can add as much or as little as you like) but who cares when it's such a brilliant idea? Get the recipe.
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