School is out and the kids are running wild at home! It’s at this point in the summer when you may be looking for some more activities to occupy them with after they’ve exhausted playing with all their toys and watching every movie you own. They’ve kicked the soccer ball one too many times into your front window and have dented your garage doors with a few too many hockey pucks. Well, surround your kitchen island with these crazy kids and make a special treat that they can share with their friends when they go back outside to play. Lollipops are a basic treat but when they are made at home, they are absolutely beautiful! Your kids won’t believe what they will create with this fun summer holiday activity.

1. Transparent Lollipops

Create fun and colorful designs in your lollipops with your kids for a colorful treat to share with friends.

2. Lavender Honey Lollipops

This light and sweet flavor is perfect for a more natural approach to an otherwise overly sugary candy.

3. Inside Out Fiery Cinnamon Suckers

Impress your little ones with your skills when you make some cinnamon suckers that look like flames!

4. Rose Saffron Lollipops

Rose water is not only amazing for your face, but it tastes good too! Help your kiddies sprinkle some rose petals into their home made treats to make them look very pretty.

5. Bora Bora Inspired Lollipops

Are your kids not a fan of floral flavored pops? These lollies are a great alternative and look absolutely amazing.

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6. Cherry Lime Lollipops

Instead of giving your little ones some soda for a treat, give them a little sugar in the form of a lollipop with some cherry and lime. Yum!

7. Honey and Lemon Floral Lollipops

These lollipops have a sweet and sour flavor and are filled with some lovely little flowers.

8. Edible Flower Lollipops

Did you know that you can eat pansies? It’s true! And the best part is, they make everything look more beautiful.

9. Homemade Rock Candy

These fun rock candy lollipops are perfect as a birthday party favor or as a sweet treat on a trip to the park.

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10. DIY Galaxy Lollipops

Teaching your kids about the galaxy? These lollies are the perfect foodie craft to match what they are learning.

Lindsay Duncan

Lindsay loves cooking fun and creative meals for friends and family. At home, you can find her trying out a new recipe found on Pinterest while trying to balance her husband's sweet tooth with her healthy eating habits. If she's not in the kitchen, you'll find Lindsay photographing people she loves and going out with friends to try the newest restaurant in her small town.

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