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Healthy Popsicle Recipes For Kids That Will Keep Them Cool All Summer

These look pretty tempting for adults, too ... we're just saying.
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It's really just simple math: summer + popsicles + kids = happiness.

But if you want to subtract the sugar and highly-processed ingredients that tend to be found in a lot of the store-bought goodies, you might want to try making your own. Popsicles are surprisingly easy to whip up in your own kitchen, and this way you know exactly what your little ones are slurping back.

We rounded up 15 of the most delicious, home-made, healthy popsicles for kids we could find. They look so good, you might want to make an extra batch for the grown-ups ...

1. Fresh fruit popsicles

The Best Ideas For Kids

2. Coconut blueberry smash pops

Wallflower Kitchen

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3. Healthy Greek yogurt chocolate fudge pops

Baker by Nature

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4. Fruit and yogurt swirl pops

Woman's Day

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5. Ripe peach popsicles

The View From Great Island

6. Fruit and veggie popsicles for toddlers

Life With My Littles

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7. Chocolate avocado popsicles

The Little Epicurean

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8. Watermelon ice pops

Laura Trevey

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9. Apple strawberry popsicles

Vegan in the Freezer

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10. Hidden veggie power popsicles

My Home Based Life

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11. Peanut butter banana fudge pops

Feeding Your Beauty

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12. Easy breakfast yogurt popsicles

i heart naptime

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13. Pineapple ring ice pops

Eats Amazing

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14. Green smoothie popsicles

Vegan Heaven

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15. Kiwi popsicles

The Produce Mom

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