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Though there’s no single magic bullet to speed weight loss, maintaining a calorie deficit over time will help you reach your goals. Popsicles are automatically portion-controlled treats that must be consumed slowly and mindfully. When crafted with whole blended fruit, ice pops contain fiber and fluid which help you feel full on fewer calories while you satisfy your sweet cravings. It’s refreshing news! – Summer Yule, MS, RDN

Watermelon Mango Popsicles

Watermelon mango popsicles
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Indulge in a tropical delight with these vibrant popsicles bursting with the refreshing flavors of watermelon, mango, and pineapple.

Get the recipe: Watermelon Mango Popsicles Recipe

Cherry Mango Popsicles

Mango cherry pops
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Sweet cherries and juicy mangoes unite in these colorful popsicles, offering a perfect blend of sweetness and tanginess.

Get the recipe:  Cherry Mango Popsicles

No Added Sugar Banana Popsicles

Sugar free banana pops
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Enjoy the indulgence with these chocolate banana popsicles, sweetened naturally with fruit and perfect for satisfying your cravings without derailing your weight loss journey. No added sugar!

Get the recipe: Sugar Free Banana Popsicles

Easy Coffee Popsicles

Ice cream alternatives
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These coffee popsicles offer a delightful caffeine kick for a quick energy boost. This article contains many other healthy ice cream alternative ideas as well!

Get the recipe:  Healthy Ice Cream Alternatives

(Added) Sugar Free Mango Ice Cream

Mango nice cream
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Delight in the luscious taste of mangoes with this added sugar-free mango ice cream, a refreshing treat to keep you cool and satisfied. Freeze it in popsicle molds or use it as regular ice cream (as shown).

Get the recipe: Sugar Free Mango Ice Cream

Watermelon Lime Popsicles

Watermelon lime pops
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Watermelon, lime, and mint come together for a hydrating and delicious popsicle you’ll want to make all summer! (Article includes information on the sugar in watermelon as well.)

Get the recipe: Sugar in Watermelon (and Popsicle Recipe)

Papaya Popsicle Recipe

Papaya pops
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Embrace the tropical essence of papaya with these refreshing popsicles, delivering a burst of exotic flavor with every bite. You can make them with just papaya or add layers of pineapple and melon (as shown) for a seasonal fall treat.

Get the recipe: Papaya Popsicle Recipe

High Calorie Popsicles

High calorie popsicles
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Here’s another mango popsicle recipe, but this one includes tips on what to add to popsicles for weight gain. The information may help if you’re having trouble with your weight loss goal. There are certain healthy foods that pack a lot of calories into a small volume, and may stall a goal of weight loss if they’re overconsumed.

Get the recipe:  High Calorie Popsicles for Weight Gain

Strawberry Banana Nice Cream

Strawberry banana nice cream
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Treat yourself to the creamy goodness of this strawberry banana nice cream, blending the natural sweetness of strawberries with the creamy texture of ripe bananas. Serve it like ice cream (as shown) or pack into popsicle molds and freeze.

Get the recipe: Strawberry Banana Nice Cream

Pineapple Zombie Pops!

Zombie pops
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Last but definitely not least, transform your snack time into a spooky adventure with these fun and healthy popsicles. They feature blended pineapple colored (naturally or artificially) with green hues and frozen in zombie ice pop molds. (You can also make them in whatever pop molds you have on hand, of course.)

Get the recipe: Tovolo Popsicle Molds Recipes

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