These easy 4 ingredient vegan orange creamsicle popsicles take minutes to bring together! You’ll be amazing at how easy they are. Add sea moss for extra nutrients!
Whether you are an adult or have children, everyone loves popsicles and you won’t be able to resist these vegan orange creamsicle popsicles.
If you need a sweet treat during the summer months, then you are going to want to prepare these.
They are so easy make and come together in just a few minutes. Pop them into the freezer and bam, a few hours later you have delicious vegan popsicles.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What popsicle molds are you using?
We have had our popsicle mold for a very long time; however, we found one that is almost identical. You can purchase it here. Price at the time of linking at $16.99. Subject to change.
Can I make this vegan orange creamsicle popsicles Top 8 Allergen Free?
This recipe is made with coconut, which helps with that creamy taste that you are used too. However, if you are allergic to coconut you could replace the coconut milk with another dairy free alternative. We would suggest something higher in creaminess/fat like Creamy Plant Oat.
Obviously, it will have a much different taste since the coconut is very prominent in a recipe like this.
I don’t have dates, can I use another sweetener?
Dates are used as a natural sweetener. It’s a great addition to smoothies since they are easily blended.
However, we know that sometimes dates are inaccessible or high in price for some people. If you need to swap the dates, we would recommend that you use maple syrup or agave.
Keep in mine that we are calling for an unsweetened dairy free milk in here, so if you use a sweetened version, then you may want to reduce the amount of sugar.
We also want to mention that if you taste this mixture before pouring into your popsicle molds and it seems to be very sweet, that’s ok. Freezing seems to dilute the sweetness some, so there is extra added upfront. If you do not like that, you can reduce the amount.
Are you using canned or carton coconut milk?
We recommend using canned coconut milk. You really want these to have a creamy texture. Additionally, the canned version of coconut milk freezes better. Sometimes with other dairy free milks that come in cartons, what ends up happening is due to the higher water content, it freezers with more ice crystals. Doing it this way ensures that it’s creamy and rich just like at the store.
Should I use bottle orange juice or fresh oranges?
We prefer to use fresh oranges for the added health benefits and reduction in unnecessary ingredients.
Bottled orange juices often have preservatives and added sugar that isn’t needed.
How long can vegan orange creamsicle popsicles be frozen for?
We recommend consuming these within 3 months. We doubt that they will last that long; however, we do think they are best consumed within 3 months.
Why should I add sea moss to my popsicles?
We are not medical professionals, so always contact your health care provider before adding any supplements to your diet. That being said, sea moss contains 92 or the 102 minerals in the human body. Adding it to a recipe like this is a great way to consume it without it overpowering anything else that you are eating.
By adding ingredients like coconut and oranges you can mask that taste that you get.
Herbal Vineyards has less of a sea taste than many of the other sea moss brands that we have tried in the past, but there’s still a taste there and this smoothie helps be able to actually enjoy consuming both the popsicle and the sea moss. Learn more about sea moss here.
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Vegan Orange Creamsicle Popsicles
- popsicle mold
- popsicle sticks
- All the the ingredients into a blender and blend very well until smooth.
- Pour mixture into popsicle molds. Add sticks.
- Freeze for 6-8 hours or overnight or until completely frozen.
- Eat within 3 months.
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