I’m one of the people who can’t wait to see the leaves starting to turn, have the weather cool off, and make pumpkin everything! But it’s still August, way too hot for me, and I’m using so much ice in my drinks to cool down that my fridge is struggling to keep up.
I know that many of you are in the same situation, and I wanted to give you plenty of choices. Below are some of my favorite blogger’s recipes and mine. Enjoy!
First up is my good-for-you Vegan Coconut Avocado Fudgsicles that add a wonderful flavor of coconut to the traditional fudgsicle. They are so rich and chocolatey!
Coconut Peach Popsicles from Tasting Page are a unique mix of coconut and peach. Imagine being on a beach relaxing for the last days of summer while you eat them.
Courtney’s Pineapple Lemonade Ice Pops add fresh pineapple to your favorite summer drink and freezes it for good measure.
Frozen Grapes on a Stick from Two Healthy Kitchens gives you a new chilly way eat grapes!
Make my Vegan Chai-Spiced Banana Popsicles and enjoy your favorite chai spices in a creamy, dreamy banana base.
Seriously Good Mango Ice Cream Bars from Trinity’s Kitchen are little vegan bites of sunshine, all wrapped up in chocolate.
Ricki Heller’s Soft Serve Healthy “Bluster” with Chocolate Crunch and Chocolate Drizzle is a wonderful vegan treat to have anytime you need to take a break from the heat. It’s great if you are avoiding refined sugars too.
Vegan Mint Chocolate Chip Avocado Ice-Cream from Peas and Peonies is a minty-fresh and creamy snack when the thermometer is still hitting those high temperatures.
Roasted Strawberry Balsamic Ice Cream from Delish Knowledge is not your average ice cream, but it brings ordinary strawberry ice cream to another level.
Make my Fresh Strawberry Vegan “No Ice Cream” Shake whenever you want – even if you don’t have any vegan ice cream or nondairy milk on hand. The secret is cashews!
Chunky Maple Peanut Butter Ice Cream from Vegan In the Freezer will get you to put your ice cream maker to good use.
DIY Drumsticks from Fork and Beans are a great vegan alternative to the treats you grew up with and are much healthier, too!
Banana Swirl Ice Cream from We’re Parents is a tasty easy-to-make ice cream for those times when you want a frozen dessert fast.
Vegan cherry pie shake from Cadry’s Kitchen is a tasty way to enjoy your favorite pie without sweltering in the summer heat.
My Vegan Pecan Pumpkin Shake is a no-ice-cream-needed shake, which means you thicken the homemade nut milk with ice and chia seeds. Plus you can join me in a jump towards pumpkin everything!
Dianne’s Mixed Berry Vegan Ice Cream Cake is a great way to use up all those fresh berries while they are still around and cheap.
Frozen Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pie from Veggie Inspired is a delicious mix of all the flavors you would want in a frozen pie. And, of course, the main draw is it’s a frozen pie!
Mixed Berry Tart from Taste Love and Nourish is a beautiful way to end any meal. Use any fresh berries that you can get your hands on.
Frozen Banana Peanut Butter Cups from Mom Spark are smartly frozen in single-sized portions. They are a smart and delicious snack choice.
These Vegan Banana Peanut Butter Fudgsicles are creamy from the banana and thick with rich peanut butter, not to mention super-chocolatey.