15 Heat-Busting Bites that are Perfect for Summer

Summer is finally here and what better way to beat the heat than by indulging in some frozen delectables. It’s the time of the year to let your oven take a break and recuperate while your freezer does all the work. Here are some recipes of icy goodness that you can try at home to chillax and bring the temperature down.

1. Frozen Chocolate Banana Pops

Frozen bananas, need I say more?

(Photo and recipe from Whateversleft.org)

2. Homemade Watermelon Slushy

Always an easy and refreshing drink for summer!

(Photo and recipe from Sayyes.com)

3. Ice Cream in a Bag

Who says you can’t play with your food?

(Photo and recipe from Simplydesigning.net)

4. Frozen Strawberry Delight

Bananas and strawberries on top of an Oreo cookie crust = YUM!

(Photo and recipe from Mommys-menu.blogspot.com)

5. Yogurt Popsicles

A deliciously healthy treat that you don’t have to feel guilty about afterwards.

(Photo and recipe from Skinnytaste.com)

6. Lemon Sorbet

A little zest to keep you fresh.

(Photo and recipe from Food-easy-recipes.find-relationship.com)

7. Frosty S’more Cups

You don’t need a campfire to make these.

(Photo and recipe from Easybaked.net)

8. Orange-Banana Smoothie Pops

 

(Photo and recipe from Countryliving.com)

9. Frozen Cappuccino Bars

Need a pick me up but it’s too hot for a cup of joe?

(Photo and recipe from Food.com)

10. Melon Cooler

Frozen honeydew and cantaloupe… nomnomnomnomnom…

(Photo and recipe from Epicurious.com)

11. Root Beer Float

(Photo and recipe from Myrecipes.com)

12. Gummy Bear Sprite Pops

Now this is something kids are sure to go crazy about!

(Photo and recipe from Diy-queen.com)

13. Pineapple Coconut Cilantro Popsicles

Automatically transporting you to a beach paradise.

(Photo and recipe from Keepyourdietreal.com)

14. Frozen Mango Cream Cakes

(Photo and recipe from Tastespotting.com)

15. Watermelon Ice Pops

It looks like watermelon but it’s not watermelon?!?!

(Photo and recipe from Kraftrecipes.com)

 

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