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As the season heats up, we all start craving those summertime sweet treats that cool us down. While a heaping scoop of ice-cream may be your go-to on hot summer days, dairy and sugar aren’t necessarily the most nourishing noshes. The good news? There are some really nourishing pop recipes that will leave you satisfied and feeling great. In fact, these popsicles are made with real fruit and simple whole-food ingredients, so not only will they cool you down, they’ll give you energy, boost your immune system and even flight inflammation. Move over sugar-coma, these DIY popsicles are going to be your new favorite summertime treat!

Wild Blueberry, Pomegranate and Lemon Popsicles – Abbey Sharp, RD of Abbey’s Kitchen

Matcha Green Tea Latte Popsicles – Kara Lydon, MS, RD of The Foodie Dietitian

Mango Lassi Popsicles – Dixya Bhattarai, RD of Food. Pleasure. Health

Chai Tea Latte Popsicles – Kara Lydon, MS, RD of The Food Dietitian

One Ingredient Popsicles – Lindsay Janeiro, RD of Nutrition to Fit

Golden Milk Popsicles – Dixya Bhattarai, RD of Food. Pleasure. Health

Vegan Banofee Pie Popsicles – Abbey Sharp, RD of Abbey’s Kitchen

Strawberry Limon Paletas – Christy Wilson, RD of Christy Wilson Nutrition

 

 

By: Katie Cavuto, RD, Chef
Nourish.Breathe.Thrive

 

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