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26 Grown-Up Ice Lollies You Can Make Yourself

Popsicle porn.

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1. Honey-Roasted Grapefruit Parfait Pops

In the words of Donkey: Parfait's gotta be the most delicious thing on the whole damn planet. And you know what's even more delicious than parfait? PARFAIT ON A STICK. Recipe here.
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In the words of Donkey: Parfait's gotta be the most delicious thing on the whole damn planet. And you know what's even more delicious than parfait? PARFAIT ON A STICK. Recipe here.

2. Rainbow Popsicles

Taste the rainbow, literally. Recipe here.
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Taste the rainbow, literally. Recipe here.

3. Cookies and Coconut Cream Popsicles

Coconut milk is not only delicious, it also doesn't freeze hard like milk or yogurt – it stays creamy! Get the recipe.
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Coconut milk is not only delicious, it also doesn't freeze hard like milk or yogurt – it stays creamy! Get the recipe.

4. Cherry Avocado Popsicles

Infinitely better than the Kardashian avocado pudding. Get the recipe.
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Infinitely better than the Kardashian avocado pudding. Get the recipe.

5. Figs and Ricotta Cheesecake Popsicle

Essentially delicious frozen cheesecake on a stick. Get the recipe.
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Essentially delicious frozen cheesecake on a stick. Get the recipe.

6. Pimms Ice Lolly

Say goodbye to warm Pimms this summer. Recipe here.
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Say goodbye to warm Pimms this summer. Recipe here.

7. Chocolate Chip Mint Yogurt Popsicles

Tastes like mint choc chip ice cream but is actually quite good for you. Recipe here.
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Tastes like mint choc chip ice cream but is actually quite good for you. Recipe here.

8. Chia Seed, Coconut, and Banana Pops

Popsicles you can have for breakfast. I mean sure, technically you can have any popsicle for breakfast. But people will judge you less for giving your kids this one. Recipe here.
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Popsicles you can have for breakfast. I mean sure, technically you can have any popsicle for breakfast. But people will judge you less for giving your kids this one. Recipe here.

9. Raspberry Lemonade and Yogurt Popsicles

Tart and sweet and cold and just so good. Recipe here.
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Tart and sweet and cold and just so good. Recipe here.

10. Kiwi Coconut Chia Popsicles

Chia seed pudding decorated with vibrant slices of kiwi. Recipe here.
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Chia seed pudding decorated with vibrant slices of kiwi. Recipe here.

11. Blackberry Ombre Popsicles

Getting the ombre effect is easier than you'd think: you just mix the blackberry puree with varying amounts of yogurt, then layer. Get the recipe.
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Getting the ombre effect is easier than you'd think: you just mix the blackberry puree with varying amounts of yogurt, then layer. Get the recipe.

12. Fruity Iced Tea Popsicles

Ridiculously easy to make – you just brew tea and freeze it. Get the recipe.
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Ridiculously easy to make – you just brew tea and freeze it. Get the recipe.

13. Strawberry Cream Pops

I defy you to find anything more perfect for the British summer (other than an umbrella). Get the recipe.
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I defy you to find anything more perfect for the British summer (other than an umbrella). Get the recipe.

14. Grapefruit Pink Lemonade Pops

Three ingredient pink and orange loveliness. Recipe here.
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Three ingredient pink and orange loveliness. Recipe here.

15. Strawberry Mango Pops

This recipe uses electrolyte-rich coconut water, and will help re-hydrate you as well as cool you down this summer. Get the recipe.
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This recipe uses electrolyte-rich coconut water, and will help re-hydrate you as well as cool you down this summer. Get the recipe.

16. Gin Basil Lime Pops

Because what is a lime popsicle without gin? A travesty, that's what. Get the recipe.
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Because what is a lime popsicle without gin? A travesty, that's what. Get the recipe.

17. Salted Caramel Yogurt Popsicles

Ugh, just get in my mouth already. Get the recipe.
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Ugh, just get in my mouth already. Get the recipe.

18. Honey Lavender Popsicles

So pretty, so refined. Recipe here.
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So pretty, so refined. Recipe here.

19. Berry Parfait Yogurt Popsicles

You know these lollies are fancy because they're made with parfait, and you know parfait is just so fancy. Get the recipe.
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You know these lollies are fancy because they're made with parfait, and you know parfait is just so fancy. Get the recipe.

20. Honey Chamomile Popsicles

These ice pops are fragrant and delicately sweet. Bonus points if you use real chamomile flowers. Get the recipe.
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These ice pops are fragrant and delicately sweet. Bonus points if you use real chamomile flowers. Get the recipe.

21. Blueberry Mojito Popsicles

Fruity, boozy, rum-spiked wonderfulness. Get the recipe.
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Fruity, boozy, rum-spiked wonderfulness. Get the recipe.

22. Salted Caramel Flan Popsicles

Salted caramel custard pops that literally sound like heaven on a stick. Get the recipe.
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Salted caramel custard pops that literally sound like heaven on a stick. Get the recipe.

23. Strawberry White Chocolate Popsicles

Best part of this recipe is getting all Jackson Pollock with your white chocolate. That and eating the ice lollies. Recipe here.
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Best part of this recipe is getting all Jackson Pollock with your white chocolate. That and eating the ice lollies. Recipe here.

24. Creamy Peach and Honey Ice Lollies

The trick to this is roasting the peaches beforehand so they're soft and sweet and sticky. Get the recipe.
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The trick to this is roasting the peaches beforehand so they're soft and sweet and sticky. Get the recipe.

CORRECTION

Jackson Pollock was an artist known for his drip painting technique. A previous version of this article called him Jason.