50 Frozen Treats to Cool Off Your Cravings

Warm weather is upon us! It's about time to shut the windows, turn on the AC and invest in a good pair of sunglasses. At the end of a hot day, there's no better way to coax the kids to come inside than a tasty and cold treat! Here are 50 that are both mom- and kid-approved!

Watermelon Sorbet: Icy and refreshing, this sorbet is perfect for the hottest days! It only requires five ingredients and will be a huge hit with the whole family! Learn how to make it by clicking here.

watermelon sorbet

Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Bites: Dessert or snack, frozen blueberry yogurt bites are a tasty way to get the kids to eat their fruit! They are easy to snack on but hard to stop! Get the recipe by clicking here.

4-Ingredient Strawberry Banana Ice Cream: Creamy, cold and delicious, this four-ingredient ice cream is perfect for a low-maintenance, high-enjoyment treat! You will need to allot time for it to freeze, but other than that, it's a simple dessert! To see how it's done, click here.

strawberry banana ice cream

Blueberry Smoothie Pops: A tasty and healthy smoothie frozen in the form of a dessert... what could be better on a hot day when you and the kids need a refreshing snack? To see more, click here.

blueberry smoothie pop
(Photo: Good Life Eats)

Protein Fudgesicles with Dark Chocolate Coconut Granola: Low in calories and high in protein, you'll feel great about making these for the kids (and for yourself)! Chocolatey, cold and refreshing, this is the sweet treat that warm weather calls for! To get the recipe, click here!

protein fudgesicles
(Photo: Nosh and Nourish)

Sugar Cookie Milkshake: Craving cookies? Yeah, us too, but save your waistline and try this instead! This Sugar Cookie Milkshake seriously tastes like you're drinking a cookie! For the recipe, click here.

cookie milkshake
(Photo: Chocolate Covered Katie)

Banana Ice Cream Floats: If you're looking for a simple and tasty dessert that won't kill in calories, stop here. This recipe calls for only four ingredients so you won't need to devote too much time or effort! Click here for ingredient list.

banana icecream floats
(Photo: This Rawesome Vegan Life)

Sugar-Free Coconut Vanilla Ice Cream: This ice cream is sugar-free, and we mean really sugar-free! It's not substituted with Splenda, stevia or any other artificial sweeteners. This ice cream gets all of its sweetness from the coconut milk and fresh vanilla bean seeds. Click here to check it out.

coconut vanilla ice cream
(Photo: In Sonnet's Kitchen)

Healthy Cake Batter Milkshake: It's someone's birthday somewhere in the world today, so go ahead and celebrate! This is a great way to enjoy a milkshake without worrying about calories. Click here for the ingredients.

cake batter shake
(Photo: Chocolate Covered Katie)

Berry and Honey Yogurt Popsicles: Made with Greek yogurt, your favorite berries and honey, these popsicles are sure to be a healthy hit for everyone! Click here for more info.

berry honey yogurt popsicle
(Photo: Cookie and Kate)

Find more skinny frozen desserts on the next page.

Cherry Chocolate Chip Ice Cream: This sweet treat is not only insanely delicious, it's also a quick fix for your sweet tooth since it only requires four simple ingredients to whip it together! See the recipe here.

cherry chocolate chip
(Photo: My Whole Food Life)

Salted Chocolate Frozen Banana Bites: A healthy little treat that is great for a snack or serving on a platter at a party, these small goodies are sure to be a hit! (via Gimme Some Oven)

banana bites
(Photo: Gimme Some Oven)

Blueberry and Orange Icy Popsicles: This recipe doesn't blend the fruit together, but instead gives you tasty fruity chunks to enjoy as you lick away at this skinny popsicle! (via Two Loves)

blueberry orange ice pop
(Photo: Two Loves)

Peach Frozen Yogurt: Skip the pay-by-weight sugary froyo shop down the street and make your own! Not only do you know eactly what you'll be eating, but you won't be tempted by candy toppings! (via Just a Taste)

peach frozen yogurt
(Photo: Just a Taste)

Frozen Reese's Peanut Butter Pie:At 5 Weight Watchers Points and about 215 calories a slice, this is a slimmed down frozen pie that will impress all of your friends and family! (via Dashing Dish)

reeses peanut butter
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Chocolate Covered Watermelon Bites: Melt the chocolate, dip it, sprinkle with sea salt and freeze! You'll have a healthy and sweet desert in just a few hours! (via Just a Taste)

chocolate covered watermelon bites
(Photo: Just a Taste)

Strawberry and Pistachio Yogurt Bars: A colorful and cold snack is a great way to tempt the children. No need to mention it's low in calories! This recipe is written in Greek, so scroll down the page for English instructions! (via The Healthier Cook)

yogurt bars
(Photo: The Healthier Cook)

Mango Strawberry Snow Cones: What's more fun than a snow cone? This is a great frozen recipe to sneak your kids some healthy fruits! (via Food Network)

mango strawberry snow cone
(Photo: Food Network)

Mango Lassi Popsicle: Three ingredients come together to make a creamy frozen treat. If you're into Indian food, you may have enjoyed a mango lassi at an Indian restaurant, if not, make these popsicles anyway because they're delicious! (via Cooking Stoned)

Mango Lassi Popsicles
(Photo: Cooking Stoned)

Sweet and Salty Celery Popsicles: Not your usual dessert, but it's a must-try! They are surprisingly sweet considering the ingredients used and you'll find them very refreshing! (via Cooking Stoned)

Salt Celery Popsicles
(Photo: Cooking Stoned)

Get more frozen desserts on page 3!

Strawberry Banana Ice Cream Sandwiches: Sneak some fruit into your children (and possibly husband) by hiding it in this ice cream sandwich! It's so tasty that they won't mind the healthy. (via iFood)

strawberry banana ice cream sandwich
(Photo: iFood)

Watermelon Slushies: Bring back your childhood while you indulge your kids with these watermelon slushies! It's a great way to cool off after a long and hot afternoon. (via Food Network)

watermelon slushie
(Photo: Food Network)

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Popsicles: Guess what? These aren't just healthy; they're vegan. But when you first nibble off the chocolate coating, you'll never know it. (via Dessert Bullet Blog)

chocolate strawberry popsicle
(Photo: Dessert Bullet Blog)

Frozen Hot Chocolate: At only 80 calories a serving, this hot chocolate is not like any you've had before! It's a delicious way to cool off and the whole family can enjoy them together in the evening. (via Chocolate Covered Katie)

frozen hot chocolate
(Photo: Chocolate Covered Katie)

Healthy Cookie Dough Blizzard: Skip DQ and make it DIY! This is a slimmed down version of your favorite indulgence. Just don't flip this one upside down! (via Love and Bellinis)

cookie dough blizzard
(Photo: Love and Bellinis)

S'mores Ice Cream Sandwiches: This version of a s'more is way more refreshing than the campfire classic and just as tasty! Dish these up after dinner to impress the whole family! (via Lunch Box Bunch)

smores ice cream sandwiches
(Photo: Lunch Box Bunch)

Healthified Supreme Chunky Monkey Ice Cream: Free of gluten, dairy, sugar, yeast and corn, this vegan dish is amazing. Full of chunky bits, this ice cream is sure to satisfy. (via Healthful Pursuit)

Healthified Supreme Chunky Monkey Ice cream
(Photo: Healthful Pursuit)

Roasted Blueberry Malted Milkshakes: Have you ever roasted blueberries? If not, go ahead and do that now. It'll change the way you see fruit. Then use them to make this milkshake. This milkshake will never allow you to look at a regular shake the same way again. It's that good. (via Girl Versus Dough)

roasted blueberry malted milkshakes
(Photo: Girl Versus Dough)

Lime Creamsicles: Three ingredients, one mold, one freezer and a couple of hours is all it takes to have a cream lime flavor popsicle to cool you off after a day of work, child rearing and errand running. (via Girl Versus Dough)

lime creamsicle
(Photo: Girl Versus Dough)

Strawberry Coconut Water Pops: Sometimes you need more than water to quench your thirst on a hot day. These Coconut Water Fruit Pops will replenish your stores and leave your taste buds moistened and singing! (via Recipe Runner)

strawberry coconut water pop
(Photo: Recipe Runner)

Fore more healthy frozen treats, check out the next page.

Healthy Banana Split Freezer Bites: Make them for the kids, a party or the whole family! These little sundaes are super tasty, easy to eat and surprisingly healthy! (via Super Healthy Kids)

banana split frozen bite
(Photo: Super Healthy Kids)

Strawberry Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Pie: Made with creamy frozen yogurt, strawberries and dark chocolate, this is a healthier pie recipe that will have you wanting seconds! (via Recipe Runner)

strawberry chocolate frozen yogurt pie
(Photo: Recipe Runner)

Frozen Yogurt Banana Pops: Simple, fruity and tasty, this is a great snack or dessert. Either way, the kids will love this sweet treat. (via Recipe Runner)

Frozen Banana Pops
(Photo: Recipe Runner)

Coconut Granita: Usually shaved ice is packed with sugar, but this recipe uses coconut instead for a healthier sweet! It's a really great unique treat that the kids will adore. (via Dessert for Two)

coconut granita
(Photo: Dessert for Two)

Chocolate Covered Kiwi Pops: This is simple to make, fun to eat, and you can even get the kids involved! After you melt the chocolate, let them do the dipping! (via Oh! Desserts)

chocolate kiwi
(Photo: Oh Desserts)

Homemade Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt: Enjoy a creamy, cold and delicious froyo made by your owns hands! It'll be a huge hit with the whole family... if you're willing to share. (via Chocolate Covered Katie)

Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt
(Photo: Chocolate Covered Katie)

Mango Chili Lime Popsicles: Get hot hot hot while you cool off! These tangy popsicles have chili powder in them for a punch of flavor! (via Frankly Sara)

mango chili lime pop
(Photo: Frankly Sara)

Tropical No Dairy Avocado Ice Cream: It may not look like your typical ice cream, but the avocado gives it a creamy texture that you'll love. The combo of coconut, vanilla and pineapple give this ice cream its fruity flavor! (via My Man's Belly)

avocado ice cream
(Photo: My Man's Belly)

Mini Orange Vanilla Yogurt Pops: Mini popsicles are the perfect afternoon snack for small hands! Your kids will love these treats when they come in panting from playing outside on a hot day. (via Sugar Free Mom)

mini frozen pops
(Photo: Sugar Free Mom)

Lush Lemon Frozen Yogurt: Tart, tangy and refreshing, this is a great way to cool off and subdue your sweet tooth! (via Skinny Ms.)

lush Lemon Frozen Yogurt
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Want more? Find 10 more frozen desserts on page 5!

Healthy Banana Split: Slimmed down in calories but not in taste, this classic dessert is vegan, gluten-free and reduced in sugar! This recipe requires a little more effort, but it's definitely worth it. (via Recipe Renovator)

healhty banana split
(Photo: Recipe Renovator)

Skinny Frozen Mint Chocolate Chip Pie: We love any recipe with chocolate chips. Add mint to it and make it cold; it's the perfect dish to cool off after dinner! (via Sally's Baking Addiction)

Skinny Frozen Mint Chocolate Chip Pie
(Photo: Sally's Baking Addiction)

Frozen Pumpkin Mousse Pie: Usually you look for a pumpkin flavor in the fall. But this is frozen, so that makes it more than appropriate for hot weather! (via Skinny Times)

Frozen pumpkin pie mouse
(Photo: Skinny Times)

Nilla Wafer Yogurt Freeze: Cool and creamy, this is a single serving dessert that will look great on a tray at a party or sitting on the counter for snack time! (via Kraft)

nilla wafer yogurt freeze
(Photo: Kraft)

Cool Whip Frozen Coffee: This is a frozen treat meant mostly for grownups (especially if you opt for the option shot of coffee liqueur) and it's a great way to cool off after a long hot day at work. (via Babble)

cool whip frozen coffee
(Photo: Babble)

Frozen Banana Walnut Toffee Pie: When making this deliciously cold pie, opt for low-fat or sugar-free vanilla ice cream for an even skinnier pie. You'll love the taste and won't even realize all the nutrients you're getting from all of those bananas! (via Babble)

Frozen Banana Walnut Toffee Pie
(Photo: Babbe)

FroYo Bites: Blend together your favorite healthy Greek yogurt and some berries. Freeze them in ice trays and you've got yourself a healthy frozen snack. The kids will be so excited to try this treat, they won't realize it's healthy! (via Super Healthy Kids)

FroYo Bites
(Photo: Super Healthy Kids)

Frozen Yogurt Kiwi Pops: With Greek yogurt, a blended fruit and a little chocolate drizzle, your kids will be requesting this tasty treat for snack time over and over again! (via Super Healthy Kids)

Frozen Yogurt Kiwi Pops
(Photo: Super Healthy Kids)

Strawberries and Cream Choco Pops: These can be made with fresh or frozen strawberries, so although we like to use them to cool down in summer, you can really make them year round! (via Super Healthy Kids)

Strawberries and Cream Choco Pops
(Photo: Super Healthy Kids)

Slushberry Drinks: A frozen slushy is a summertime must. A typical slushy is filled with dyes and sugar, but this is a healthy recipe you'll feel good about giving to your kids! (via Super Healthy Kids)

strawberry drink
(Photo: Super Healthy Kids)