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    Jun 29, 2014

    24 Guilt-Free Ice Pops That Will Make You Go Ahhhh

    None of these pops contain refined sugar or processed flavored yogurts — the major culprits among other less healthy pops.

    1. Blueberry & Orange Icy Pops

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    These babies have no added sugar and are totally vegan. Also, they're very pretty. Recipe here.

    2. Frozen Fruit Pops

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    You don't even need real popsicle molds for these! Just fruit, cups, and sticks. Recipe here.

    3. Paletas de Piña y Arándano, aka Pineapple Blueberry Pops

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    Basically just water and fruit and happiness all rolled into one beautiful ice pop. Recipe here.

    4. Spicy Watermelon Popsicles

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    Just because something's cold doesn't mean it can't also be hot, hot, hot. Recipe here.

    5. Power Smoothie Striped Popsicles

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    Bananas, spinach and flax seeds are just a few of the wonder foods in these ice pops. (Bonus: No added sugar!) Recipe here.

    6. Caramelized Rhubarb and Yogurt Ice Pops

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    These yogurt-based ice pops are as good of a reason as any to get over your fear of cooking with rhubarb. Recipe here.

    7. Mango Lassi Ice Pop

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    These have a heavy pour of syrup (Pro tip: Use organic cane sugar to make it), but hey, at least it's not that over-processed, refined sugar so you're still getting some nutrients. Recipe here.

    8. Berry Pops

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    Fruit, yogurt, vanilla, and honey and that's all folks. Recipe here.

    9. Loquat & Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops

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    The loquat and strawberries make these naturally sweet, but you can also add some honey to bump it up a few notches. Recipe here.

    10. Apricot Yogurt Popsicles

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    Apricots: Better fresh than dried, and better in a popsicle than anywhere else. Recipe here.

    11. Green Smoothie Detox Pops

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    Beats a green juice any day. Recipe here.

    12. Sweet and Salty Celery Popsicles

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    Why should the fruit have all the fun? (Tip: Make the simple syrup with honey instead of sugar.) Recipe here.

    13. Chilled Beet Soup Popsicles

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    Beets are a natural aphrodisiac meaning these will heat you up while they cool you down. Recipe here.

    14. Lemonade Cucumber Spa Popsicles

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    IDK who brings their own popsicles to a spa, but I'm into it. Recipe here.

    15. Green Popsicles

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    Spinach FTW, even in a pop. Recipe here.

    16. Sunshine Beet Popsicles

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    Beets, carrots, oranges, and raspberries put aside their differences to come together in one glorious ice pop. Recipe here.

    17. Vegan Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Ice Pop

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    A delicious chocolate-covered strawberry ice pop with no dairy. Oh happy vegan day. Recipe here.

    18. Fiesta Ice Pops

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    These ginger lemon-lime beauties use honey, a more nutritious sweetener than sugar. And the ginger makes them perfect for healing an upset stomach. Recipe here.

    19. Strawberry, Hibiscus, and Watermelon Ice Pops

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    Maple syrup: Good for more than just pancakes. Because it hasn't been processed, it still has its nutrients as well as its sweet taste. Recipe here.

    20. Coconut Fig Ice Pops

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    Figs, like you've never seen them before. Recipe here.

    21. Coconut-Water Ice Pops

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    Use honey instead of agave, which has lost its healthful reputation and is now linked to heart disease. Recipe here.

    22. Spring Bouquet Popsicles

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    Yes these are flower-filled ice pops. And yes, Ryan Seacrest is a fan. Recipe here.

    23. Kiwi Pineapple Ice Pops

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    Totally worth the ordeal of peeling, coring, and chopping your own pineapple, these sweet pops only use 2 tablespoons of honey for 10 pops. Recipe here.

    24. Cantaloupe and Cherry Popsicles

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    Glad to see cantaloupe is finally getting some of the attention it deserves. Recipe here.