Popsicles, man. Now that is a recipe rabbit hole you don’t want to get sucked into unless you’re prepared to spend some serious time with your blender. That wording is deceiving. The actual process of popsicle creation is a mighty fast one. The blender time will be put in when you can’t decide what flavor/flavor combo to commit to and end up making them all. The most time-consuming part of this is waiting for your popsicle mold to arrive in the mail.
On that note- GUESS WHAT! We are giving away the exact popsicle mold that I use. All you have to do is comment on this post with your favorite frozen pop flavor. We will choose a comment-er using random.org on Friday, the 26th!
Vegan Strawberry Dreamsicles
- 1 15 oz. can of condensed coconut milk (Go for the full fat variety. Just embrace it.)
- Approximately 1/2 lb of strawberries (Honestly you just need to keep adding them until the mix has reached your desired pink level.)
- Your desired sweetener (I used about a tablespoon of honey.)
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
Toss all of the ingredients in the blender and then pour it into each popsicle mold. I’ve been filling them up so that there is about an inch of room at the top. This way, there isn’t popsicle in the drip-catcher that you can’t get to. That’s always just a shame.
It takes a few hours (I’d say about 4) for them to completely solidify. To remove them, run the mold under hot water for a few seconds, while wiggling the stick.
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So, tell us. What’s your favorite kind of popsicle?