Quick & Easy Ice Pops You'll Want All Summer

Ice pops that are delicious and decidedly grown-up. And they come in all shapes and sizes.


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Dark Cherry Yogurt Pops

ice pops with cherries and yogurt

Photo by Sidney Bensimon

Photo by Sidney Bensimon

Try this!
If your pops seem stuck in their molds, dip the bottoms into a bowl of warm water. For a single-serving mold, use the warmth of your hands to defrost the outside a bit. 

We used
The classic paddle-shaped pops you know and love. Fox Run Frozen Ice Pop Maker, kohls.com, $20


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Sangria Pops

sangria ice pops

Photo by Sidney Bensimon

Photo by Sidney Bensimon

Try this!
Swap in rosé for the red wine and white grape juice for the cranberry juice cocktail. For fruit, try white peaches or nectarines. 

We used 
Disposable pop pouches bring us back to our childhood—minus all the fake dye. Zipzicle Pouches, zipzicles.com, from $4 for 18


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Iced Tea/Lemonade Pops

arnold palmer tea lemonade ice pops

Photo by Sidney Bensimon

Photo by Sidney Bensimon

Try this! 
Spike it: Add 2 tsp vodka to the iced tea and 1 tbsp vodka to the lemonade before pouring into molds. Freeze a few extra minutes.

We used
The beauty of quick-freeze molds is that, if you plan ahead, your pops are ready in 12 minutes. Triple Quick Pop Maker, zokuhome.com, $50 


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Pineapple Kiwi Pops

kiwi-pineapple frozen ice pops

Photo by Sidney Bensimon

Photo by Sidney Bensimon

Try this! 
Help your sticks stand up: Cover the muffin tin tightly with foil, and poke sticks through foil into the center of each mold. 

We used
A metal muffin tin, but a silicone one or small paper cups work too—just skip the liners. Food-safe wooden sticks, craftysticks.com, $14 for 1,000