These homemade raspberry popsicles are such a refreshing summer treat! They are so easy to make and don't require a blender. These are naturally gluten and dairy free, low in sugar, and still creamy and delicious. Grab your popsicle mold and try out these healthy popsicles!
These are the perfect 4th of July popsicles, or really perfect for those hot summer days.
I am all about an easy summer treat, similar to my Keto Key Lime 'Pie', this is fast, simple, and easy to make.
- frozen raspberries
- a fresh orange
- vanilla pudding mix
- nut milk
See recipe card for quantities.
In a large bowl microwave raspberries for about 40 seconds and then slightly mash with a fork.
Stir in pudding mix, nut milk, orange juice and zest and pour into mold.
Freeze for 8 hours and then serve
Hint: run warm water over popsicle mold to gently ease out popsicle.
- blueberry- instead of blueberries try frozen raspberries or mixed berries.
- orange- if you don't have an orange try another citrus like lemon or lime.
- nut milk- if you don't need to make it dairy free you can use any milk of choice!
If you'd like to add more fruit to this popsicle, add anything fresh or frozen you have on hand!
To make this popsicle protein loaded, add a few scoops of protein powder to your pudding mix.
To make these popsicles you need to start with a popsicle mold, I found a re-usable mold from Whole Foods.
I highly recommend purchasing a citrus zester to have on hand, or use a cheese grater when you're in a pinch!
Keep these popsicles in the freezer for up to 30 days.
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- ¾ cup frozen raspberries
- 1 package vanilla pudding mix
- 1 ¼ cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 1 orange, juice plus 1 tablespoon zest
- In a large mixing bowl, microwave frozen raspberries for about 40 seconds.
- Slightly mash berries with a fork and then stir in pudding mix, nut milk, and orange juice and zest.
- Pour mixture into a pudding mold and freeze for 8 hours or until frozen.
- Run pudding mold under slightly warm water to loosen popsicle and serve!