Here are 9 of the best ever Paleo popsicles recipes. They are great for summer or anytime. They all look sooooo good you won’t be able to resist them. My whole family loves summer and we love popsicles, both the kids and the adults.
I like them because they are easy. I don’t have to dirty bowls and spoons or scoopers like I do when we have ice cream. Just take it out of the freezer and eat it, that’s about as easy as you can get. Of course, when you eat paleo it isn’t quite that easy because you have to make them first. Since most of these recipes are made with real fruit, they are healthy for anyone on any diet and delicious too. The fruit in these recipes not only makes them colorful and yes, I also say “beautiful”. The fruit also makes them healthier than the store-bought ones and of course, they taste better too.
All of these Paleo popsicles are easy to make. For most of these recipes, you just throw a few ingredients in a blender, pour it into a mold of some kind then freeze it and eat it. Anybody can do it! Of course, some of these are made with alternative kinds of milk like almond milk so they are dairy-free also.
These Paleo popsicles recipes would be good for a fun summer BBQ in your back yard. They would also be great for a birthday party or for a 4th of July party. Most of all I think they would be good at any time you feel like eating a popsicle. I know the kids are going to love any of these recipes.
Whatever flavor you choose to try, I’m sure you will love it. Popsicles are the best BBQ dessert in the summer. Enjoy!
Have fun and enjoy the nice warm summer weather.
You may also like these recipes:
1. Strawberry Watermelon Popsicles – One Lovely Life
Watermelon – Strawberries – Lime Juice
Pure and simple with only three ingredients, that what I call perfectly Paleo. Made with 100% fruit they will help balance your electrolytes naturally. These have to be a big hit since everyone loves watermelon and strawberries. They are so pretty!
2. Double Chocolate Cashew Milk Popsicles – Almost Super Mom
Chocolate Cashew Milk – Chocolate Chips – Coconut Oil
What a great idea for a nice quick and easy chocolate bar without the dairy. If you love cashews and chocolate, you are going to really love these. They are seriously easy to make. You just freeze the milk in the mold. Then you mix the chocolate chips and coconut oil and dip the popsicles in the chocolate and you’re done.
3. Very Berry Popsicles – One Lovely Life
Strawberries – Blueberries – Raspberries – Spinach – Chia Seeds – Orange Juice
This has to be one of the most nutritious popsicles in the world. It’s loaded with fruit and vegetables 🙂 and healthy fiber. They are sweetened naturally with orange juice and they make a great healthy snack or treat.
4. Cherry Berry Popsicles – Hold the Grain
Cherries – Strawberries – Blueberries – Honey – Coconut Milk – Gelatin
What an interesting combination with blueberries. cherries and strawberries. The gelatin will keep the pops from becoming too solid like ice so these are easier to eat. I can’t chew ice so that’s important to me. The honey sweetens it up a little bit but you could leave it out if you want to or add more whichever you prefer. Go ahead try them all three ways, then decide which way you like it best.
5. Cherry Lemonade Pops – Lexi’s Clean Kitchen
Cherries – Coconut Water – Honey – Lemon – Chia Seeds
These pops are bursting with flavor. They are packed with ingredients that are actually good for you. The fresh cherries are loaded with fiber and anti-oxidants. When you add in the fresh lemon juice, coconut water, raw honey and lemon juice these turn into delicious healthy heaven.
6. Blueberry Salted Caramel Popsicles The Healthy Maven
Dates – Coconut Oil – Blueberries – Coconut Milk – Real Salt
These blueberry caramel pops get their caramel flavor and their sweetness from the dates but the salt might blow your mind. Full fat coconut milk will give these a much creamier flavor than if you use low fat. The decision is up to you. Hint: sugar makes you fat, not fat.
7. Vanilla Pineapple Popsicles – An Edible Mosaic
Pineapple – Vanilla Bean Paste
Have you ever heard of Sri Lankan pineapple? I hadn’t but apparently, it has a lot of differences and similarities to Hawaiian pineapple. Sri Lankan pineapple is sweeter and has a darker color. Sri Lankan pineapple was used for these pop so if you’re using a Hawaiian pineapple you might need to add a little honey. I suggest tasting the mixture before you freeze it to decide.
8. Strawberry Coconut Popsicles – Beaming Baker
Bananas – Coconut Milk – Strawberries – Maple Syrup
These pops made with just four ingredients are bursting with coconut and strawberry flavor. They are super easy to make with simple ingredients you love. Making them is just one step more than making a smoothie. That would be pouring them into the molds and popping them into the freezer. Not too difficult, right?
9. Chocolate Orange Fudge Pops – Meatified
Coconut Milk – Avocado – Honey – Cacao – Gelatin – Orange Zest
These cute little mini fudge pops are made using small paper cups instead of molds. Yes, you don’t need a fancy mold to make any of these popsicles. Small Dixie cups work just fine. I love the idea of popsicles with so many of my favorite foods. Think of a chocolate orange combined with coconut and avocado. Sounds absolutely yummy to me.