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Pina colada popsicles on a table with ice, half a coconut, and a bowl of sliced pineapple.

Staying cool during the summer here in Phoenix, AZ is no easy task! Luckily, our Liv Ahwatukee Apartments is here to help with a few popsicle recipes that you are sure to love. Try them out and bring them along on your next picnic or to enjoy poolside at our apartment community’s salt water swimming pool.  

 

Peaches n’ Cream with Basil and Honey

With ripe peaches, cream, yogurt, honey, and fresh basil, there’s a lot to love about this recipe. The honey and basil work surprisingly well together in this healthy concoction we’re happy to call one of our favorite summertime snacks.

 

Key Lime Pie Popsicles

This recipe is fairly simple. All you need is Greek-style yogurt, key lime syrup (which is easy to make, as explained in the recipe), vanilla extract, and graham crackers. The result is beautiful and delicious.

 

Fruit Smoothie Popsicles

Simple yet delicious, this recipe allows you to customize it according to your tastes by using your favorite frozen fruit(s). The only ingredients you will need are orange juice, vanilla Greek yogurt, and frozen fruit. 

 

Fruit Juice Pops

This simple recipe makes for a refreshing frozen treat that is the perfect blend of sweet and tart flavors. You will need water, sugar, unsweetened apple juice, unsweetened pineapple or orange juice, lemon juice, and popsicle molds.

 

Homemade Strawberry Popsicles

Super delicious and incredibly simple to make, you will love these homemade strawberry popsicles. All you will need is a blender/food processor, popsicle molds, chopped strawberries, lemon juice, and sugar. 

 

Green Juice Popsicles

These are the healthiest popsicles on our list, but they still taste amazing! All you’ll need is a blender to mix the fruits, vegetables, and juice. The rest is simple. This is a great healthy snack for kids, especially if you’re having a difficult time coaxing them to eat their vegetables.

 

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