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By Briana Rognlin for

People’s Pops started as a group of friends selling a delicious alternative to chemical-and preservative-laced frozen treats in New York City’s markets.

But their pops became so popular that now, owners Joel Horowitz, David Carrell, and Nathali Jordi sell their pops in multiple shops and locations in the city, and are publishing their first book, People’s Pops: 55 Recipes for Ice Pops, Shave Ice, and Boozy Pops from Brooklyn’s Coolest Pop Shop, on June 5.

They were generous enough to share three pop recipes from their new book, so you can make your own watermelon-parsley, raspberries-and-cream, or cantaloupe-and-campari pops for Memorial Day–and beyond. Check out the recipes, then go get their book for more!

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