the hot weather in los angeles last week had me thinking about summer time. can’t wait for tan legs and spending the day by the pool. wouldn’t these pretty popsicles be the perfect cool treat?! i just love the colors…


Strawberry Orange Almond Milk Popsicle
yield: 10-12 popsicles


• 3½ Cups Unsweetened Almond Breeze Original
• 1 Cup orange juice
• 2 oranges peeled, sectioned
• ½ Cup frozen strawberries
• ½ Cup fresh strawberries
• 2 scoops vanilla protein powder (optional)

how to make them:

• Combine all ingredients into a blender, blending until smooth.  Pour into popsicle mold.  Freeze 4-6 hours.  *Option of adding fresh slices of strawberries to mold.  

how to make popsicle in stripe layers

Strawberry Layer combine 1 Cup Almond Breeze, ½ Cup orange juice, ½ Cup frozen strawberries, ½ Cup fresh strawberries and 1 orange (peeled and sectioned). Blend until smooth. Pour into glass jar and set aside. Keep refrigerated.

Orange Layer combine 1 Cup Almond Breeze, ½ Cup orange juice, and 1 orange (peeled and sectioned). Blend until smooth. Pour into glass jar and set aside. Keep refrigerated.

(Optional) Vanilla Protein Layer combine 1½ Cups Almond Breeze and 2 scoops vanilla protein powder. Blend until smooth. Pour into glass jar and set aside. Keep refrigerated.

• Pour one flavor into mold.  Freeze 30-40 minutes. Continue with each flavor until mold is full. Freeze for 4-6 hours total.

(recipe + photos by leslie grow for designlovefest– want more food posts? go here! this post is in partnership with almond breeze, all opinions are completely my own.)


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    Tiffany says:

    These are adorable. My kids will love making (and eating!) them.

    Maria says:

    I adore popsicle but i haven’t found perfect recipe of it yet 🙂
    Looks delicious!

    These look freaking delicious! Oh, now I so can’t wait for summer and my beach trip next week…

    Can’t wait to get back from my trip to try these out!

    MomwithKids says:

    These are stunning and we use them liberally in our family. We use this recipe also as a snack for our dieting group and it really works with weight loss. Strawberries are great for the body and when used in a science based diet it causes great fat loss off the belly.

    Here http://recipetoloseweight.blogspot.com/2014/04/lose-weight-with-strawberries-how-one.html

    We love fruit ice-creams! Healthy and delicious, thanks!


    These look delicious. My kiddos would love them!

    This looks very yummy and a great idea for the upcoming summer!

    Aryn says:

    This looks super yummy! I can’t wait to try it myself!

    Taylor says:

    Yum! These look delicious! I’ve been a popsicle making binge the past couple weeks in hopes that it will entice summer to come sooner. I made some nutella fudgesicles the other day (you can check them out on my blog ;)!)


    *yum* I am so going to try these at Home!!!
    Can I use cow milk instead of almond breeze? -Or would the special flavour change too much!?

    Seemal says:

    Absolutely drool worthy!

    Monica says:

    These look so good and perfect for kids. You are totally inspiring my daughter’s third birthday party right now.

    Clara says:

    These look amazing and so refreshing! I will definitely try them and add mangos to the mix!

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    I’m loving your recipe posts! They are so fresh and springy, yum :)!

    riris says:

    oh, thank you for share this recipe.. I Love love love this..

    Leah says:

    wow – these pictures are incredible and what a delicious sounding recipe!!

    These are just gorgeous!!

    These are so pretty! With the warm weather coming, I am looking for more ice-y recipes 🙂

    Martha G Espinoza says:

    Those look delicious! What Popsicle mold did you use?

    Thank you!

    Ladybf says:

    These look delicious! Just wondering how many carbs are in them? Need to watch blood sugar.

    Literally drooling over these… PERFECT for summer!

    Rachel says:

    I was wondering if you’ve ever tried to make this with soy milk? My little one is allergic to nuts. I’d love to make these.

    Hope says:

    Oh gosh, these look so good (and such vibrant colourful photos)! If only we weren’t going into Winter here in Australia 🙁

    Anita says:

    Your images are so pretty, and your recipes so yummy. I shared this one here https://www.facebook.com/sweet.pea.and.company?ref=hl to celebrate National Popsicle Day.

    Jessica says:

    These are so beautiful, but how do you hold on to that little tiny stick peeking out the bottom? You need extra long popsicle sticks next time 😉

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    Ball Pen says:

    This popsicles surely look delicious.

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