Fruit Creamsicles {dairy-free & no sugar added}

Popsicles bring out the kid in everyone! Avoid the unhealthy ingredients in store-bought popsicles like high-fructose corn syrup and toxic food dyes and instead make your own healthy popsicles. It’s super simple and all you need is a few ingredients. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we have.

Fruit Creamsicles Recipe Card

Here is my super simple recipe for making Fruit Creamsicles! I have made this with frozen blueberries, peaches, raspberries and strawberries. My 9-year old niece said they were the best tasting popsicles ever!

A few recipe notes…

 I prefer this brand of coconut milk because it comes in a BPA-free can. It is also organic and non-GMO verified.

 When it comes to fruit, be sure to check out my Guide to Healthy Produce. Many are on the “Dirty Dozen” list which means to avoid toxins, best to buy organic.

 If you are wondering about my choice of stevia, other than it being the best tasting, after much research, I am also confident in the quality. You can learn more by reading my Guide to Stevia.

 Finally, the popsicle molds are dishwasher safe and BPA-free.

I hope you enjoy this super simple summer time recipe!

P.S. To print out the recipe card, click the “print with Print Friendly” button below. It’s the second one in from the right with the green leaf.

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Comments

  1. Erika says

    These look perfect for a hot day like we are expecting today!! How many drops of stevia have you been using or do you recommend?

    Thank you!

  2. Nancy B. says

    Very tasty! I used frozen berries and coconut milk from the frig, so the leftovers after the molds were filled was like softserve ice cream. Good on this hot, humid day.

  3. Megan says

    I just made these with strawberries I needed to use. I can’t remember if I used powdered stevia or if I didn’t sweeten at all. I did add a touch of vanilla. I just make each batch to taste…they are great! My kids haven’t had a store bought Popsicle all summer…and I love it! Just fresh fruit Popsicles for us.

  4. Rebecca says

    These look great, thanks for the recipe! Will it through off the consistency if I add some maple syrup instead if stevia? I am pregnant and although I’m sure stevia is safe, I would feel more comfortable with something like maple syrup that people have been consuming for a long time.

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