Pop Stars

When your kid screams for ice cream, hand him one of these easy-to-make icy treats.

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Mint Tea and Cantaloupe Pops

These mint-tea pops (top) and melon pops are incredibly refreshing and low-cal.

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Chocolate, Fruit, and Cupcake Pops

Hop on these kid-friendly pops for the next playdate at your house.

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July 4th Patriotic Pops

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Yogurt and Carrot Pops

If you don't have ice-pop molds, use a small paper cup to make your treats.

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Blueberry Pie Pops

Pops by the slice! We spooned yogurt and blueberry jam in a store-bought graham cracker pie shell to make this treat.

Start by spooning 3 cups vanilla yogurt into a pie shell. Spoon 1/4 cup blueberry preserves over the yogurt and swirl in with a thin metal spatula or table knife. Cover and freeze about 2 hours or until just firm, but not completely solid. Remove from freezer; uncover. With a sharp knife, score into 8 pie-shaped wedges. Use a knife to make slits in the side of the pan, centering the slits in each wedge using the score marks as guides. Insert a wooden pop stick into each slit. Cover and freeze until firm, about 2 hours more. Remove from freezer; cut through score marks and use scissors to cut away pan.

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Watermelon Lime Pops

Use a cupcake wrapper as a drip guard for these watermelon-line pops.

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