Summer is off to a warm start for folks in the Northern Hemisphere, and it’s the perfect time to add some frozen treats to your teatime. Check out the list below for ways to cool down during teatime!
What better way to get everyone together in the afternoon than a teatime snack? If the weather outside is too hot to stand, these frozen treats are just the ticket to get everyone excited to dive into some poetry!
- 3-ingredient froyo pops: Check out these super simple frozen yogurt treats that use only three ingredients! Find the recipe here from Karrie at the Happy Money Saver.
- Easy ice cream in a bag: If you don’t have any ice cream on hand or you want a fun activity with the bonus of an edible treat, this recipe is for you. You only need three ingredients, a ziplock bag, and a willingness to run around. Find the full directions here on Growing a Jeweled Rose.
- Lemonade popsicles: What could be better than lemonade on a hot summer day? Frozen lemonade, of course! For a refreshing treat, check out these directions on Courtney’s Sweets.
- 5-minute berry frozen yogurt: This is a simple and delicious option for a teatime treat for the whole family, especially if you’re running short on popsicle molds. Find the directions here on Gimme Delicious.
- Peach popsicles: If you’ve got a blender and fresh or canned peaches, this is the summer treat for you! Prepare for mouthwatering goodness on this recipe from Erin on Delightful E Made.
- Frozen banana pops: This delicious treat only requires two ingredients, chocolate and bananas. You can even top it with your favorite crushed nuts or shredded coconut for an added crunch! Follow these steps on Kiddielicious Kitchen.
Of course, frozen food may be great, but teatime isn’t complete without something to drink! Check out these drink options for a refreshing teatime.
- Watermelon ice: A cross between a sno cone and watermelon drink, watermelon ice is easy to make and perfect for a hot summer day! Find the recipe here from Carolyn on Simple Play Ideas.
- Fruit slushies: Who doesn’t love a good slushie? These recipes call for a few additional ingredients, but if you’re up for a few more steps to get some delicious fruit slushies, check out this post on Good Housekeeping.
- Frozen lemonade bar: If you’ve got a blender and competing opinions on the best type of lemonade, look no farther for the perfect summer drink! This recipe from Jo Anna on A Pretty Life offers lots of ways to customize your basic lemonade and make it a treat for the whole family.
Be sure to stay cool for the summer, and enjoy your frozen teatime!