The 10 Best Treats To Cool Off With This Summer

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Summer is one of our favorite seasons, but there are days when it’s just too hot. We’re talking about frying an egg on the side walk, asphalt mirages of Ryan Gosling hot. We could move to Antartica. Or, maybe, just throw ourselves without abandon into the nearest available body of water? If there isn’t a nearby river, lake, ocean, or even an apartment bathtub filled with ice, then it’s time we turn to the next best thing: frozen desserts.

Although we would never seasonally sequester our favorite freezer treats (because you better believe we’ll be spooning ice cream in the dead of winter), we do happen to hold a fonder place in our hearts (and internal body temps) for these chilled products during the warmer months. When a summertime escape from the city heat just isn’t in the cards or our budgets, we can always just give in and live in our freezers for three months. In other words, we’ll be turning any of the sweat-filled evenings ahead around by pulling open the handles on those cold doors for a stick, pop, or a pint of sweet, frosty relief.

And because this summer has seemed to mark a rise in the trendy frozen treat scene, we’ve gone ahead and rounded up the chillest brands to cool down with. The ahead ten products aren’t your average nostalgia-filled, beloved childhood treats from those sticky finger-filled dog days of yesteryear — instead, we’ve got the fancy adult-indulgent goods you’ll be craving to get a grip on; From chocolate-dipped frozen bananas to spike-your-own cocktail ice and bellini push pops, and more. Scroll ahead to get your fill faster than you can say 90 degrees. At the end of the day, biting into one of these is cheaper, quicker, and chiller than booking that one-way flight to Antartica.

Diana’s frozen bananas are dipped in velvety smooth dark chocolate and stuck on a stick for easy summertime munching.

Diana’s Bananas Dark Chocolate Banana Babies, $4.99, available at Whole Foods.

These pop pouches contain a pre-made peach-mango margarita mix — all you need to do is pour in a tequila shot and throw them in the freezer.

TastefullySimple Cocktail Pops, $12.95, available at TastefullySimple.

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Fruity, frozen, and creamy — what else could you ask for in a summer treat? The cool and refreshing flavors (plus layers of decadent, crispy, chocolaty goodness) of Häagen-Dazs’ Vanilla Blackberry Chocolate TRIO pints are guaranteed to keep you chill all summer long — and the rest of the year, too.

Häagen-Dazs Vanilla Blackberry Chocolate TRIO, $5.49, available at Häagen-Dazs.

Grab a handful of frozen green tea mochi bites for a cool summer sweet.

My/Mo Green Tea Mochi, $5.99, available Whole Foods.

These coconut cream push pops are gluten and dairy free — AND they come in a cool and creamy mint chocolate chip flavor.

Jolly Llama Coconut Cream Pops Mint Chocolate Chip, $4.99, available at Whole Foods.

Don’t just sip your iced coffee this summer, lick it in popsicle form.

Brewla Cold Brewed Coffee Bars, $7.99, available at Healthy Goodness.

TJ’s takes standard frozen fruit pops to the next level with a sweet trio of raspberry, lemon, and strawberry flavors swirls.

Trader Joe’s Fruit Frenzy Bars, $2.29, available at Trader Joe’s.

GoodPop has the good pops — and we are digging this tropically zesty coconut lime number.

GoodPop Coconut Lime, $5.99, available at Ice Cream Source.

Chloe’s pops not only come in a variety of sweet flavors (strawberry, mango, dark chocolate, pomegranate, tangerine, raspberry, and pineapple), but are also made with three simple ingredients: fruit, water, and organic cane sugar (but just a touch).

Chloe’s Mango Fruit Pops, $4.99, available at Fresh Direct.

Let a bellini prosecco and peach push pop cure all your sweaty summer evening woes.

Pops Bellini Prosecco & Peach Pops, $8.27, available at Ocado.

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