Strawberry Ice Pops

Prep 15 minutes
Freeze 2 1/2 hours

Makes 8 | Nobody will believe that these luscious treats are dairy-free, gluten-free, and sweetened only with dates (though if your berries aren’t quite ripe enough, you can always add a bit of sugar). Layers look nifty, but to save time, you can fill molds with strawberry mixture and swirl in the cashew mixture with a chopstick; freeze until set. If you want straight strawberry (as in the photo), just skip step 2 entirely. Get the recipe

Peachy Basil Pops

Prep 15 minutes
Freeze 3 hours

Makes 8 | A grown-up popsicle (for kids, you might leave out the basil). The sweeter your fruit, the less sweetener you will need, so be sure to taste your mixture before adding any. You can also use nectarines in these yummy pops. Get the recipe.

Melon Mojito Pops

Prep 8 minutes
Freeze 3 hours

Makes 6 | These flavorful pops take advantage of the delightful summery combination of lime, mint, and melon. Green honeydew is wonderful but any melon will work just fine. Get the recipe.

Creamy Cherry Kefir Pops

Prep 10 minutes
Freeze 3 hours

Makes 8 | The beneficial bacteria in kefir survive when frozen, making these delicious creamy pops a treat for your tummy. Also try this with flavored kefir. If you don’t have fresh cherries, substitute frozen. Get the recipe.

Chai Iced Tea Popsicles

Prep 20 minutes        
Freeze 3 hours

Makes 8 | Too hot for tea? These delicious pops are a refreshing way to get your antioxidants. Get the recipe.

Bittersweet Chocolate Fudge Popsicles

Prep 15 minutes
Freeze 3 hours

Makes 8 | Instead of heavy cream, arrowroot thickens this rich mixture. The only sugar is in the chocolate; if you like very sweet treats or are making this for kids, you might want to use chocolate hemp or soy milk or add 2–3 tablespoons of sweetener to the mix before heating (don’t boil soy milk). Remove from freezer 10 minutes before serving to soften. Get the recipe.