Five Healthy Homemade Popsicles

Summer’s heating up! Cool down with these fresh and fruity popsicles you can make at home. Forget the store bought stuff. These sweet treats are full of nutrient dense ingredients making them the ultimate afternoon snack or post-dinner dessert:

Kiwi Coconut Chia Popsicles

Get a double dose of fiber from the fiber and chia seeds packed into this creamy treat. In addition to fiber, chia seeds are also full of omega-3 fatty acids, protein, and antioxidants– oh my!


Frozen Banana Pops

Frozen banana with yogurt and granola makes for a great snack or dessert on a hot day– no popsicle mold required!


Cucumber and Raspberry Pops

The ultimate refreshing treat on a hot summer day. These pops are chock-full of hydrating produce like cucumber, mint and raspberries. Remember– fruits and veggies can help with hydration on hot summer days, too!


Cherry Coconut Chia Pudding Popsicle

A creamy and indulgent treat that’s actually good for you! The chia seeds in these popsicles are an excellent source of fiber, and the cherries give an additional antioxidant boost. Read up on the health benefits of cherries here.


Mint Chocolate Chip Popsicles

Can you guess the secret ingredient in this hidden veggie treat? These popsicles are full of nutrient-dense ingredients sure to leave kids feeling full and parents HAP-PEA!


Looking for more ways to cool down this summer? Check out our blog post on FEED’s favorite frozen treats!

Lara Field MS, RD, LDN is a Registered Dietitian and Specialist in Pediatrics with over a decade of clinical and client experience. When she’s not actively working to keep her clients healthy, she’s a busy mother of two active boys and loves testing new recipes in her kitchen. Follow her on Instagram to see her recipe ideas, product suggestions, and see how she manages a healthy lifestyle @larafield.