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These yogurt and fruit popsicles are so healthy, you won't feel any guilt having them for breakfast, lunch and dinner. (Image: Rebecca Mongrain/Seattle Refined)

Summertime is Popsicle time

When the temperature hits 70 degrees, I start dreaming about popsicles. While store-bought ones are good, I prefer ones made at home. Fresh fruit, creamy milks and chocolates along with summer vegetables make some of the best tasting popsicles around. Here are some great popsicle recipes from around the web for your enjoyment.

Summer Berry Popsicles
Girl on the Range's Summer Berry Popsicles are the perfect summer popsicle. They take just a few ingredients and a bit of patience to make. The simple flavors of summer berries such as blueberries, blackberries and strawberries with coconut milk and a hint of honey make a delicious dairy-free treat. Freeze in layers for a show stopping popsicle.

Nutella Coconut Popsicles
Katherine in Brooklyn offers up a chocolatey treat with her Nutella Coconut Popsicles. Reminiscent of the childhood favorite, Fudgesicle, these popsicles have a more grown-up flavor. Dipped in chocolate once they are frozen with fun toppings like nuts, coconut and sprinkles, these will be a hit in your house. Bring these out at your next backyard BBQ!

Blueberry Lime Yogurt Popsicles
This is a favorite popsicle in our house, mainly because I let the kids enjoy them at breakfast. The fresh blueberries, creamy yogurt and just a touch of honey make the Blueberry Lime Yogurt Popsicles healthy enough for first thing in the morning but tasty enough to want all day long. Sub in your favorite summer berry for great delicious flavor.

Mint Basil Chip Popsicles
The Food Poet's Mint Basil Chip Popsicles combine summer herby goodness with chocolate and milk for a simple yet complicated popsicle. The infusion of herbs with milk packs a punch of flavor while the chocolate adds smooth enjoyment.

Three Fruit and Veggie Popsicles
Super Healthy Kids has the best and healthiest recipes around. The best part is these popsicles are not only loved by kids but enjoyed by adults too. The addition of veggies makes them even more desirable. Hit the farmer's market and load up on fresh summer produce before heading home to make these Three Fruit and Veggie Popsicles

Sweet Cherry Granola Yogurt Popsicles
The crunch of granola combined with the sweetness of cherry pie filling and yogurt makes a great popsicle treat. These Sweet Cherry Granola Yogurt Popsicles can be made with any pie filling or if you want to reduce the sugar, sub in fresh summer fruit.

Three Ingredient Strawberry Mango Popsicles
All of Half Bakes Harvest recipes are a hit but her popsicles really hit the spot. These Three Ingredient Strawberry Mango Popsicles have literally three ingredients and are refreshing on a hot summer day. She combines strawberries, mangos and orange juice for these frozen goodies.

Wit and Vinegar hosts Popsicle Week every year and you can find many more frozen popsicle desserts there.