The summer is upon us. We need to balance out the heat that we receive from the environment around us with some simple yet tasty coolers. What is more tasteful and chilled than popsicles? Yeah, it is a rhetorical question. So, go on keep reading. We all love popsicles. But, paying for an ice candy is too much then we get. Do not worry, I have a solution for all popsicle lovers out there, buy a popsicle maker and make a batch of different flavours every day. The combinations of popsicles are endless. Use your imagination and make one at home. The process is simple and requires only two ingredients. Here, I have listed a few recipes for a delicious and refreshing batch of popsicles. These popsicles not only give you a cooling relief but also acts a refreshing agent. Before we start, a note for all the children and parents reading this, these recipes involve using a food blender or mixture. Parents, please assist your kids in the use and don’t leave them unattended. Mango and Mint Popsicle: Mango and mint is an unusual but terrific combination. The process is very simple. Dice up an alphonso mango and blend it till smooth. Add some mint leaves to the smooth puree and blend it once again. That’s it, pour the mixture into a popsicle maker and freeze it. Pina Colada Popsicle: A classic combination that tastes good as a mocktail, better as a cocktail and the best as a popsicle. Combine diced pineapple with coconut milk in a food processor and blend it till smooth. Pour the mixture into the popsicle moulds and freeze. Classic Watermelon Popsicle: Take a freshly diced watermelon and blend it till smooth along with one tablespoon sugar and a dash of lemon juice. Strain through a fine strainer and pour the juice into popsicle moulds. Freeze it for few hours and enjoy an exciting batch of homemade watermelon popsicles. Aam Panna Popsicle: Dice a raw mango. Cook the diced raw mango in a saucepan with some water. When it is cooked, add some mint leaves, sugar, salt and black salt with ginger (optional). Blend the contents of the saucepan in a food processor and blend it until smooth. Pour the mixture into popsicle maker and allow it to freeze overnight. Oreo Popsicles: Very simple, tasty and easy to make. Take some evaporated milk in a bowl, add regular milk and condensed milk. Stir well and make sure there are no lumps formed due to condensed milk. Now, place a whole Oreo at the bottom of a popsicle maker and some Oreo crumbles on the top. Pour the milk mixture into the mould and let it freeze for 8-10 hours. Your Oreo popsicles are ready to make. Once your popsicles are frozen in the moulds, let it rest in warm water to allow easy drawing of the popsicle. These are few combinations that are my personal favourite. Use your imagination to create your own flavours. Bon Appetite!