Healthy Popsicle Recipes

Find healthy, delicious popsicle recipes, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell.

Staff Picks

Virgin Banana Piña Colada Pops

Rating: 5 stars 1
The tropical flavors of a piña colada make for one delicious ice pop. Be sure to reach for ripe bananas to get the perfect sweetness (without any added sugar!) for this clean-eating-friendly frozen treat.
By Carolyn Casner

Granola & Yogurt Breakfast Popsicles

Rating: 5 stars 2
These fun yogurt pops studded with fresh berries make a great on-the-go breakfast for a busy morning--perfect for kids and adults alike.
By Carolyn Casner

Chocolate-Covered Banana Ice Cream Bars

Chocolate-covered vanilla ice cream pops get a vegan upgrade with this healthy copycat recipe. Vegan chocolate forms a shell around creamy peanut butter and banana nice cream garnished with your favorite toppings, like chopped peanuts or shredded coconut.
By Hilary Meyer

Berry-Lemon Ice Pops

Fresh squeezed lemons blended with sweet berries creates a perfectly refreshing treat.
By Diabetic Living Magazine

Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake Ice Pops

Cheesecake mix, graham crackers, and strawberries make this truly a cheesecake popsicle.
By Diabetic Living Magazine

Strawberries & Cream Pops

Rating: 5 stars 1
A glossy compote made from strawberries swirled with softened frozen yogurt gives these pops Creamsicle vibes.
By Judy Kim

Peach-Yogurt Pops

Resist the urge to peel the peaches (or nectarines or plums) in this crowd-pleasing frozen pop recipe. The fruit's skin contributes not only flavor and color, but pectin as well, for a silky texture.
By Nancy Baggett

Peaches and Cream Ice Pops

Creamy and delicious, this popsicle will satisfy your sweet tooth while keeping you cool on a hot summer day.
By Diabetic Living Magazine

Chunky Peach Popsicles

Rating: 5 stars 8
Make sure to reserve a portion of the peaches as you puree the mixture so the pops will be packed with icy cold, chunky bits of fruit. For a grown-up twist, try adding 1 to 2 teaspoons finely chopped fresh mint, lemon verbena or basil.
By Virginia Willis

Watermelon-Strawberry Popsicles

Hydrating with popsicles? Our 5-year-old selves approve. These quick vegan ice pops are blended with fresh summer fruit for a grown-up version of the season's ice cream truck classics.
By Julia Clancy

Pudding Pops

Chocolate pudding and banana cream pudding make delicious low-calorie and fat-free diabetic-friendly frozen treats. Experiment with your own favorite flavors.
By Diabetic Living Magazine

Watermelon, Raspberry, and Lime Ice Pops

The combination of tart lime and sweet watermelon and raspberries will keep you refreshed on a hot summer day.
By Diabetic Living Magazine
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Inspiration and Ideas

17 Ice Pops for a Fruity & Refreshing Snack
These fruit-filled ice pops are the perfect treat in the warm weather. Whether you use fresh or frozen fruit, these popsicles are healthy and delicious. You can make the popsicles with juice, yogurt or even prosecco for an adult ice pop. Recipes like Berry-Lemon Ice Pops and Watermelon, Raspberry, and Lime Ice Pops are cool, refreshing and tasty.
Healthy Homemade Popsicles for Kids
Cool off your little ones this summer with refreshing homemade popsicles. Recipes like fresh-squeezed pink lemonade pops and virgin pina colada pops are a great make-ahead treat for snack or dessert.
"Blueberry Pancake" Frozen Yogurt Pops
Rating: 5 stars 1

These blueberry-studded yogurt ice pops look just like pancakes for a silly healthy snack your kids will love.