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    26 Grown-Up Ice Lollies You Can Make Yourself

    Popsicle porn.

    1. Honey-Roasted Grapefruit Parfait Pops

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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

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    Taste the rainbow, literally. Recipe here.

    3. Cookies and Coconut Cream Popsicles

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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

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

    5. Figs and Ricotta Cheesecake Popsicle

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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.

    7. Chocolate Chip Mint Yogurt Popsicles

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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

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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

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

    10. Kiwi Coconut Chia Popsicles

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

    11. Blackberry Ombre Popsicles

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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

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

    13. Strawberry Cream Pops

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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

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    Three ingredient pink and orange loveliness. Recipe here.

    15. Strawberry Mango Pops

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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

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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

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

    18. Honey Lavender Popsicles

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    So pretty, so refined. Recipe here.

    19. Berry Parfait Yogurt Popsicles

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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

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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

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

    22. Salted Caramel Flan Popsicles

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

    23. Strawberry White Chocolate Popsicles

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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

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


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

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