These homemade orange creamsicles are full of delicious orange flavor and perfectly creamy without any dairy! All you need are six simple ingredients, a blender, and a little patience to make these dreamy popsicles that I know you will love!
This recipe is sponsored by Planet Oat who I am excited to be partnering with throughout 2021. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Did you grow up eating orange creamsicle popsicles? I did and they were one of my very favorite treats to enjoy. These dairy free orange creamsicle popsicles are my easy take on the traditional treats. They are made with a creamy base of Planet Oat Vanilla Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert and have the best orange flavor. Not only are they delicious, these creamsicles are completely dairy free which makes them a delicious option for everyone to enjoy. I know you are going to love these. Keep reading to learn how to make them!
A Few Simple Ingredients
Planet Oat Vanilla Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert: the base of these delicious orange creamsicles is Planet Oat Vanilla Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert. It is completely dairy free, has the most delicious vanilla flavor, and helps to give these creamsicles that perfect rich, creamy texture that we all know and love.
Orange Juice Concentrate: another key component to these creamsicles is orange juice concentrate. Juice concentrates have all of the water removed which helps to ensure the creamsicles turn out creamy instead of icy. This also gives the popsicles that intense orange flavor.
Vanilla Extract: for even more rich vanilla flavor.
Full Fat Coconut Cream: this gives the popsicles another touch of creaminess and the flavor pairs perfectly with the vanilla and orange. If you cannot tolerate coconut
Honey: feel free to use pure maple syrup if you prefer!
Orange Zest: to ensure we really get that delicious orange flavor, these popsicles get a hefty pinch of orange zest.
How to Make Homemade Orange Creamsicles
Step One: Start by adding the Planet Oat Vanilla Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert, orange juice concentrate, full fat coconut cream, vanilla extract, and honey to a high powered blender.
Step Two: Blend the ingredients until completely smooth and creamy.
Step Three: Once the mixture is smooth, add the orange zest and stir until everything is well combined.
Step Four: Pour the mixture into popsicle molds and freeze until the popsicles are completely solid.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to use coconut cream?
Full fat canned coconut cream adds an extra level of creaminess to these popsicles that really helps to give the popsicles that traditional creamsicle texture. However, if you have a coconut allergy, you can easily use Planet Oat Extra Creamy Oatmilk instead!
Can I substitute another fruit concentrate for the orange concentrate?
Yes! You can easily swap the orange juice concentrate for any juice concentrate of your choice. Limeade or lemonade concentrates could be a delicious choice. Just be sure to taste the mixture before freezing and adjust the sweetness with more honey if needed.
Can I double the recipe?
Yes! This recipe makes roughly ten popsicles but feel free to double the recipe if you need to make extra!
How to Easily Release the Popsicles from the Mold
If you are having a bit of trouble releasing the popsicles from their mold, try running them under warm water for a few seconds to make the popsicles easier to release and remove them from the mold.
How to Store Your Popsicles
The easiest way to store these popsicles is to keep them in their molds. However, you could also remove all of the popsicles from their molds and then transfer them to a freezer safe storage bag or container. When you are ready to eat, just grab a popsicle from the freezer and enjoy!
I hope you give these delicious Orange Creamsicles a try! They are so easy to make and absolutely delicious!
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Recipe by: Ashlea Carver / All the Healthy Things | Photography by: Casey Colodny / THE MINDFUL HAPA