Popsicles are basically THE snack of summer. Parfait popsicles are the perfect way to start a steamy day and boozy poptail recipes are currently reigning supreme — all of this is for good reason. They’re portable, cooling and fully customizable. So we ask: Why have just one flavor when you could have several layered on top of each other? Layered smoothie recipes are all the Instagram rage, so layered popsicles have to get you just as many likes. Keep reading for 16 layered pops that will keep you chill all summer long.


1. Banana Split Pudding Popsicles: Three layers of creamy pudding consisting of chocolate, banana pineapple and strawberry make this popsicle taste just like a banana split. In popsicle form, everything is handheld and the cleanup is minimal. (via The Recipe Rebel)


2. Blueberry-Ginger Coconut Cheesecake Popsicles: Full-fat coconut milk and cream cheese turn this popsicle into a luscious piece of cheesecake. The spicy and tart blueberry-ginger layer balances out the richness of the coconut layer and is perfect for a summer day. (via The Floating Kitchen)

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3. Mango Chia Pudding Popsicles: Who says you can’t have popsicles as a meal? These mango chia pops are full of fresh mango, chia seeds and almond milk, making them perfect for a quick and cool breakfast. (via Bhawish’s Kitchen)

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4. Coconut Matcha Blueberry Popsicles: We could all use a little afternoon pick-me-up every now and then. Thankfully, the energizing matcha in these pops is enough to keep you going until the end of the day. TBH, these might just rival your p.m. cuppa joe. (via All Roads Lead to the Kitchen)

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5. Simply Obsessed Frozen Coconut Mango Pops: Who needs a vacation when you can staycation with these mango coconut pops? They taste just like the tropics and are way cheaper than an international flight. Welcome to your new summer obsession! (via Skinnytaste)


6. Irish Coffee Layered Popsicles: You can’t beat a dessert that doubles as a cocktail. Thank goodness the Bailey’s layer is the biggest, followed by the creamy vanilla layer and dark coffee. These may just replace your fave brunch drink. (via Feast and West)

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7. Layered Juice Popsicles: It doesn’t get much simpler than making popsicles out of your favorite store-bought juices. The layering process takes a little longer than normal, but they’re SO worth the wait. (via Thoughtfully Simple)


8. Mango Berry Layered Lassi Popsicles: Layering mango lassi and berry lassi in your popsicle molds yield a creamy and fruity frozen treat. With a hint of cardamom and mint, these pops have an unexpected flavor that you’ll absolutely love. (via At the Corner of Happy and Harried)


9. Melon and Citrus Popsicles: These zesty popsicles will knock your flip-flops off. The bottom creamy portion consists of crème fraîche and elderflower liqueur, followed by cantaloupe and grapefruit and watermelon with lime. Classy and delicious AF. (via Camille Styles)


10. Nectarine Raspberry Popsicles: Seasonal produce is at its best inside these layered pops. Since there are only four easy ingredients in total, you can make these whenever the mood strikes. Now there’s just the business of waiting four hours to eat them… (via The Corner Kitchen)

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11. Rainbow Popsicles: What better way to get the kiddos to eat more fruit than with a fruit-filled popsicle? Let them help you make these and they’ll be even more eager to gobble them up. (via La Receta de la Felicidad)

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12. Raspberry and Mango Ice Pops: Even as adults, we need to be reminded of the joy of childhood summers. The bright and beautiful colors of these ice pops are sure to evoke those emotions and satisfy any sweet tooth. (via Jet and Indigo)

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13. Roasted Strawberry and Coconut Popsicles: Taking the extra step to roast your strawberries imparts tons of flavor into these popsicles. If you go so far as to toast the coconut, you’ll add a lovely nutty taste that pairs wonderfully with the other elements. (via Avocado a Day Nutrition)


14. Watermelon Popsicles: These icy treats not only look like a watermelon, but they have watermelon in them! To mimic the look of seeds, place just a few mini chocolate chips in each pop before freezing. The surprise for your little ones will be quite pleasant come snack time. (via Cooking Classy)

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15. Whole Fruit Popsicles: No added sugar and no added colors — just six pure whole fruit layers to keep you cool in the heat. These pops are *almost* as fun to eat and make as they are nutritious. And you don’t even have to hold back on seconds! (via The View from Great Island)


16. Yogurt and Berries Popsicles: Forget about yogurt and berries for breakfast; they’re the new hot — err, cold — dessert. Use the creamy yogurt portion as a base and you can switch up the fruit with whatever berries happen to look best that day. (via The Merry Thought)

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