10 Cool Popsicle Recipes for a Hot Summer Courtney Hayes May 25, 2015 ENTERTAINING, POPULAR, RECIPES Memorial Day kicks off the start of summer and for us, summer includes a lot of cold popsicles. Whether you’re looking for a new way to enjoy a Coke float or are looking to try something new, this delicious popsicle roundup will keep you cool this summer. 1. Chai Tea Gelato Popsicle Chai tea is just as delicious in popsicle form for the summer as it is in a piping hot mug in the fall and winter. Chai Tea Gelato Popsicle via Lemons and Lulu 2. Cranberry Lemonade Popsicle This simple recipe is the perfect blend of sweet and tart, using just a few ingredients. Cranberry Lemonade Popsicle via Peanut Butter and Peppers 3. Salted Caramel Mocha Popsicle This popsicle is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up for those days when one cup of coffee just won’t do. Salted Caramel Mocha Popsicles via Melanie Makes 4. Watermelon Yogurt Popsicle These creamy popsicles are as much of a filling snack as they are a treat, using watermelon and yogurt that will fill you up without weighing you down. Watermelon Yogurt Pops via Chocolate Moosey 5. Iced Coffee Popsicle No need to make your afternoon coffee run with these simple popsicles around. Iced Coffee Popsicles via The View From Great Island 6. Grapefruit and Tangerine Popsicle These popsicles are as nice to look at as they are to eat. Tangy and refreshing, they’ll give you energy to finish out the day strong. Ombre Grapefruit and Tangerine Popsicle Recipe via Paper & Stitch Blog 7. Elderflower Popsicle These light, floral-tasting popsicles are made with edible flowers and only two other ingredients. Elderflower Popsicle via Chew Town 8. Coke Float Popsicle Coke floats have been the unofficial summer sponsor for years but the coke float popsicle is a game changer. Try this new way of enjoying a classic treat! Coke Float Popsicle via Lil Luna 9. Chocolate-Dipped Pear Popsicle Move over peanut butter and jelly, pear and chocolate is the new power couple of the food world. Chocolate-Dipped Pear Popsicles via Around My Family Table 10. Cotton Candy Popsicle Blue cotton candy was used to make these popsicles that taste just like the carnival treat. Disney Frozen Inspired Cotton Candy Popsicles via Glitter ‘N’ Spice Find more of our favorite summer recipes on Pinterest!