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Mai Tai Tiki Pops: These rum-spiked frozen treats take the flavors of a well-known Tiki cocktail – the Mai Tai – and turn it into a fruity (and boozy) ice pop.

Mai Tai Tiki Pops: These rum-spiked frozen treats take the flavors of a well-known Tiki cocktail – the Mai Tai – and turn it into a fruity (and boozy) ice pop.

Whole Fruit Popsicles - what is with my popsicle obsession?!?! I think I've pinned a dozen popsicles this week!

Whole Fruit Popsicles - what is with my popsicle obsession?!?! I think I've pinned a dozen popsicles this week!

Refreshing Melon Ball Punch! This stuff is what summertime is made of! Fizzy, lightly sweetened and full of melon flavor!

Refreshing Melon Ball Punch! This stuff is what summertime is made of! Fizzy, lightly sweetened and full of melon flavor!

DIY Chai Concentrate -- perfect for making homemade hot or iced chai | gimmesomeoven.com #diy #tutorial #recipe

DIY Chai Concentrate -- perfect for making homemade hot or iced chai | gimmesomeoven.com #diy #tutorial #recipe

Chilled Milk with Chai Tea Ice Cubes: you can find the recipe here: http://www.willcookforfriends.com/2013/07/chai-iced-tea-cubes-a-giveaway-of-my-favorite-teas.html

Chilled Milk with Chai Tea Ice Cubes: you can find the recipe here: http://www.willcookforfriends.com/2013/07/chai-iced-tea-cubes-a-giveaway-of-my-favorite-teas.html

Cold brew coffee:  Pour eight quarts of water over a pound of coffee, stir, cover and forget about it for eight hours. Then pour the mixture into another container through a mesh strainer layered with cheese cloths. Use the top of a spoon to press out as much liquid as possible from the cheesecloth and let it drip down into your container. Refrigerate and enjoy.  Recipe and photo from: The Pioneer Woman

Cold brew coffee: Pour eight quarts of water over a pound of coffee, stir, cover and forget about it for eight hours. Then pour the mixture into another container through a mesh strainer layered with cheese cloths. Use the top of a spoon to press out as much liquid as possible from the cheesecloth and let it drip down into your container. Refrigerate and enjoy. Recipe and photo from: The Pioneer Woman

These rum-spiked frozen treats take the flavors of a well-known Tiki cocktail – the Mai Tai –  and turn it into a fruity (and boozy) ice pop.

These rum-spiked frozen treats take the flavors of a well-known Tiki cocktail – the Mai Tai – and turn it into a fruity (and boozy) ice pop.

Sweet Thai Iced Tea: 8 cups of water, 1 cup loose thai leaf, 1 teaspoon of vanilla, & 3/4 cups sweetened condensed milk

Sweet Thai Iced Tea: 8 cups of water, 1 cup loose thai leaf, 1 teaspoon of vanilla, & 3/4 cups sweetened condensed milk

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