What better way to cool off on the 4th of July than with a frozen treat? I know when the 4th rolls around in Texas it is blazing hot outside! So, I have searched around for some festive, frozen desserts that will help keep your family and friends cool for the holiday.
Red, White, and Blue Milk Pops
These pops contain milk, honey, blueberries, strawberries, and vanilla. Can you get any healthier than this? Now you can enjoy a sweet treat without feeling guilty. For the recipe, visit Taste and Tell.
4th of July Rocket Pops
There is always room for Jello! These rocket pops are made of Jello, sugar, and whipped cream. For the instructions on how to prepare these pops, check out Hoosier Homemade.
To prevent the popsicle from dripping everywhere, you can use a cupcake liner to catch any sugary drops. Here is a website with an example on how to place the cupcake liner on your popsicle.
Double Berry + Coconut Pops (No Added Sugar)
If you are looking for a sugar-free treat for the 4th of July, this is a great choice! These popsicles are packed with blueberries, strawberries, coconut milk, Stevia, and vanilla. Check out An Edible Mosaic for the recipe.
If you do not have popsicle molds, you can always use a cup (paper, plastic, or glass). Here is a website with instructions on how to make popsicles without a mold.
Red, White, and Blue Popsicles
These popsicles look pretty easy to make. They contain cranberry juice, lemonade, and blue sports drink. For the original recipe, visit My Recipes.
The preparation will be similar to the 4th of July Rocket Pops. Make sure to use cupcake liners to prevent a sticky mess!