strawberry cream popsicles

Strawberry Cream Popsicles

Strawberry cream popsicles, are refreshing and creamy! All natural ingredients! Get the popsicle molds out, and let’s make popsicles!  

strawberry cream popsicles

strawberry cream popsicles

I decided to coat them with chocolate! Allow them to thaw, for 5 minutes, before biting into the frozen chocolate. 

strawberry cream popsicles

Let’s eat strawberry cream popsicles, all summer long!

Homemade popsicles, are very easy to make at home. It’s a great way to get the kids involved. A helper, can wash and safely, slice the strawberries. Another helper, can pour the ingredients, into the blender. Then, pour the mixture into the popsicle molds. Insert the holders and place them into the freezer, over-night.

You can find all kinds of popsicle molds, at any grocery store. Lots of cute ones, too! I’ve been making popsicles, for years. Since, Landon, was a baby. He’s almost, 6 years old now. He still enjoys homemade popsicles! His first choice, was the one with sprinkles!

strawberry cream popsicles

Strawberry Cream Popsicles – Makes 4 popsicles

  • 2 cups halved strawberries
  • 1/2 cup whole milk 
  • 2 Tablespoons heavy cream
  • 1 Tablespoon sugar
  • 1 cup chocolate chips *optional


Step one: Rinse strawberries, and cut off the stems. Cut the strawberries in half, and measure 2 cups. Place the strawberries into a blender. Add the milk, cream and sugar, to the blender. Place the top, on the blender. Puree, until nice and smooth. Pour the pureed mixture, into popsicle molds. Place the holders in popsicle molds. Carefully, place in the freezer. Freeze, over-night.

Step Two: To remove the popsicles, from the molds: Place under warm running water, for 30 – 60 seconds. Gently, pull out the popsicles. Store any remaining popsicles, in a freezer bag. Enjoy! 

Optional: Melt, 1 cup of chocolate chips. Gently, spread on the frozen popscicles. (The chocolate will harden quickly.)  Place back in the freezer, to allow the chocolate to set. Thaw the popsicles, for 5 minutes, before biting into frozen chocolate.

By: Vanessa

Get in the kitchen, and bake up some memories!

strawberry cream popsicles


**Another, easy popsicle recipe: Watermelon and Cherry Ice Pops – made with 3 ingredients!

watermelon and cherry ice pops



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10 comments on “Strawberry Cream Popsicles

  1. Celli

    These look luscious, can’t wait to try!

    1. Vanessa

      Celli, they’re easy and refreshing!

  2. Christina @ Bake with Christina

    I have those same popsicle holders, aren’t they so adorable?! And those popsicles look so creamy and refreshing! And I can’t say no to the chocolate too! :)

    1. Vanessa

      The popsicle holders, are very cute! They were on sale, for $1.00! I couldn’t pass that up! The popsicles, were very tasty!

  3. Chichi

    Your strawberry cream popsicles look so yummy and refreshing, Vanessa.

    1. Vanessa

      Thank you very much, Chichi!

  4. Anne

    This looks absolutely amazing and I love the flavor combo!

    1. Vanessa

      Thank you, Anne!

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  6. Adriana

    I have the same problem with coucnot flour recipes. It isn’t just forgetting the eggs. Something else is going on. I use so many eggs that all I taste is eggs at the end (pancakes today with 1/4 cup coucnot flour and 4 eggs!) with cooked squash, and I still had that nasty grainy texture that I associate with coucnot flour. What brand do you use? I’m starting to think it’s just MY coucnot flour that sucks, or that I need to let it set and absorb moisture for a while? To give you an idea, I tried to use it to thicken creole once, and it just made it gritty.