What are you favorite cold summer treats? Maybe ice cream or water ice? Perhaps some sorbet tickles your fancy. Those are good choices…IF YOU’RE BORING. You know what you need? You need a portable snack. You need a snack that can be eaten with only one hand and that allows you do to anything you want with the other hand. You can hold a popsicle and brush your teeth. You can hold a popsicle and paint a mural. You can even hold a popsicle and have sex on the roof of a Chipotle, if that’s your thing. With a popsicle, you are living an unburdened life of ice and glory. With a popsicle, you can have it all.
Whether you like your popsicles to be on the healthier side or you’re on the side of the sinfully sweet, there is a popsicle for everyone.
This popsicle is like a treasure hunt for cranberries, and you can only use your tongue as a shovel.
Prove your freedom by eating these icy treats. Why? Because AMERICA.
Like, no one should even dare talk to you before you have your iced coffee popsicle in the morning.
Honey and yogurt and fresh berries?! I know so many mommy bloggers that can get behind this.
If you hate the consistency of Jell-o (IS IT SOLID? IS IT LIQUID? IS IT SATAN?) then maybe you should just turn it into a popsicle.
I’ve never been to an Orange Julius, but I get the feeling that eating one of these is like basically being there. Or like being in Florida. Maybe, and Orange Julius in Florida. Possibilities are endless.
Look at that cute little graham cracker crumble skirt! How fashionable of you, popsicle!
No muss, no fuss, just watermelon. And it isn’t complete without a green holder, so don’t even consider serving it without one.
I’m not a huge blueberry fan, but I think these delightfully purple treats would bring me over to the dark side. These are indeed the popsicles you are looking for.
This popsicle obviously just screams birthday fun.
Yes, I’ll take 30 of them. Am I having a party? Yes, a party of 1.
Skinny Oreo cheesecake for the lover of Oreo cheesecake with none of the guilt.
Just in case your child hasn’t had enough sugar today, please give him/her this. And no, I won’t babysit for you.
I would eat this in November, but also in July. And like, probably in February too. Chai popsicles for everyone at all times.
One of these, a beach with a breeze, and I’m a whole new woman.
Peaches and cream! Peaches and cream! I’m a little blogger that loves peaches and cream!
This popsicle is straight up the breakfast of champions.
Make a batch of the sour worm pops for you kids and keep these all to yourself. And if you get drunk on them, fiiiiiine, I’ll come over to babysit.
These beauties, along with all the new cashew facts I learned yesterday, may actually inspire me to track down some cashew milk.
Ok, fine. These aren’t really popsicles. They’re brownies on a popsicle stick. However, I heard popsicle enthusiasts are really inclusive nowadays, so I’m sure they would be welcomed with open arms…and mouths.
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