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It’s a nice hot day here in Indianapolis. The perfect weather to sit out on the deck and enjoy a super-cold orange creamsicle. Just like you remember from your childhood. Actually, better. Way better.
The really cool thing about this recipe is that you aren’t just restricted to making an orange creamsicle. Grab any juice you like and mix it in. Grape creamsicle? Why not?
Our 4-pop popsicle molds hold just over 2 cups of liquid. Test yours first using water to find out how much they hold, and adjust the recipe if you need to. Another of my summer favorites (and super easy to make) are sno-cones with homemade syrup and no-carb sherbet pops.
- 1 cup orange juice I used fresh-squeezed, but bottled would work just fine also, just go with the no-pulp variety
- 1 cup vanilla soy milk plus a little more
- Whisk together the juice and soy milk, adding more soy milk to taste.
- Pour into molds and freeze at least an hour.
Nutritional values are approximate.