Creamy orange raspberry popsicles are easy to make with only 3 ingredients, and the perfect way to enjoy the heat this summer.
Citrus flavors pair so well with berries don’t you think? I love it on these Citrus Berry Cheesecakes, and pretty much all desserts like these Lemon Curd and Strawberry Sugar Cookie cups. Basically if it has citrus of some kind, and a berry of some kind, I am almost always in.
In fact, I can’t think of a time I would reject something citrus and berry. I often, like too often, eat just because it tastes good, and have a hard time turning something down if it is yummy. Food addiction. So, Hi, I am Rachael, and I am a food addict!
Now you say…”Hi Rachael”
Anyway, addiction aside, these awesome popsicles or ice pops are no exception to the citrus berry rule! They are creamy, cold, and full of those tangy delicious flavors that make you want to lay in the sunshine and soak up rays!
I recently had a fun outdoor party where we celebrated sunshine and summer with SunnyD, we made all kinds of fun SunnyD themed treats, from snowcones and ice cream to popsicles. And I promised I would share the recipes for these tasty, and ridiculously easy treats.
The popsicles were delicious and a real hit with all the kids, and you guys, there are only 3 ingredients in them! They are so easy to make it is almost silly! And so I had to share them with you because they were just too fun and easy.
We make a lot of popsicles in the summer months, sometimes we make them out of leftover smoothies, sometimes we just pour our favorite juice into the mold. And sometimes we use berries, granola, and almond milk! Basically if you can freeze it and enjoy it, we have probably made it. We love pudding pops like these OREO Pudding Pops.
Creamy Orange Raspberry Popsicles
- 1 cup raspberry yogurt of choice Greek will make a thicker creamier popsicle, regular a more icey popsicle, either way works and is delicious.
- 1/2 cup fresh raspberries
- 2 cups SunnyD tangy original flavor
- An ice pop mold or paper cups and popsicle sticks
- In a bowl whisk the yogurt and SunnyD together
- Using an ice pop mold, or even paper cups, place a few fresh raspberries, then pour SunnyD mix over the top
- Put sticks in and freeze until solid
Our recipe card software calculates these nutrition facts based on averages for the above ingredients, different brands, and quality of produce/meats may have different nutritional information, always calculate your own based on the specific products you use in order to achieve accurate macros for this recipe.
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