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Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles
May 7, 2016 | Home >Healthy Kids >Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles

Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles

Over at hour house we have a deep love for citrus.  You’ll love our Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles! The combination of the creamy vanilla bean yogurt with the tart and sweet raspberry is our ideal of perfection in a popsicle.

Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles. Sweet vanilla bean mixed with tart raspberry and lemon. www.superhealthykids.com

Raspberries are a favorite around here and we buy them regularly, but they can be pricey. We keep the costs down and purchase them frozen instead of just fresh. Then once the bag is towards the bottom it’s just itty bitty bits of raspberries so this recipe is a way to use up all those bits. You could also put those small pieces into a smoothie if you’d like, never waste. 🙂 This recipe is great with strawberries too! My toddler is a mini chef and has her own series called Mini Chef Mondays and she made popsicles like this without the yogurt.

Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles. Sweet vanilla bean mixed with tart raspberry and lemon. www.superhealthykids.com Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles. Sweet vanilla bean mixed with tart raspberry and lemon. www.superhealthykids.com

Want to learn more about raspberries? Learn all about raspberries on know your produce!

Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles. Sweet vanilla bean mixed with tart raspberry and lemon. www.superhealthykids.com

If you’ve ever purchased a large container of yogurt and had no clue how to use it in time this recipe is great! My daughter and I only like plain greek yogurt and my husband purchased some sweet vanilla bean yogurt. For us it was too much of a dessert and we like our yogurt with a tang. Then we realized that the yogurt would be perfect to make Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles! The balance of the slight sour notes from the lemon and raspberry blends well with the sweet vanilla bean yogurt. Added bonus, the yogurt we use is packed with protein!

Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles. Sweet vanilla bean mixed with tart raspberry and lemon. www.superhealthykids.com

We hope you enjoy our Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles! Looking for more popsicle recipes? We have a few tried and true favorites. You never need to buy them in the store again! 🙂 

Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles

These are sweet and delicious! Kids love bright colors and flavors and this recipe has it all without any added colors, just fresh and healthy foods!

Healthy Strawberry Lemonade Ice Pops

Cherry Popsicles

Cherries are great when in season, but sometimes we can’t get them that easily when they’re out of season. This recipe shows you how you can utilize frozen fruit to make a tasty treat.

homemade cherry ice pops

Whole Fruit Strawberry Popsicles

More whole fruit popsicles! These are great for picky eaters who don’t want to eat their fruits, now they can eat them and think it’s dessert. 🙂

Whole Fruit Strawberry Popsicles

Fruits and Veggies “Carrot” Ice Pops

If you love juicing, you’ll love this recipe! It’s a great way to use up extra juice or to keep the nutrients in the juices for a longer period of time. So refreshing!

 Fruits and Veggies Carrot Ice Pops

Nectarine Banana Blackberry Homemade Ice Pops

When blackberries are in season this is a great way to use them. Perfectly sweet with the nectarine and naturally sweet banana!

nectarine banana blackberry ice pops

Pineapple Lemonade Ice Pops with Blueberries

We make our pineapple lemonade recipe often and sometimes we have leftovers. This is an excellent and tasty way to save all the goodness. The blueberries are an added special treat!

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Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles

Creamy Raspberry Lemonade Popsicles

  • 1 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1/2 lemon, juiced
  • 1 to 1 1/2 tablespoons maple syrup (depending on how sweet your raspberries are)
  • 1 cup vanilla bean yogurt
Mash the frozen raspberries with lemon juice and maple syrup. Place some of the raspberry mixture into your popsicle mold, then put in some yogurt and finish with the raspberry. Top with sticks and then allow to freeze for at least 6 hours before enjoying.
written by
Courtney Lopez

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I recently got some colorful Silicone molds for popsicles – so I think this recipe will be my maiden voyage! Thank you 🙂

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