Dairy-free Vegan fruity popsicles

A delicious and healthy summer treat to cool down instantly: colorful and oh- so-easy-to-make Dairy-free Vegan fruity popsicles

Dairy-free Vegan fruity popsicles

Hello my beautiful friends!
Wouldn’t you agree, on a hot summer day, nothing tastes better than a homemade fruity popsicle straight out of the freezer. Taking a bite out of these colorful treats is refreshingly yummy and also healthy at the same time. No chemical food dyes, no artificial sweeteners, just a few simple ingredients and fresh fruit.

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This type of healthy dessert is probably the easiest summer treat you can make, and I bet children will love to participate in the making, too. Just choose your favorite summer fruits and mix with a few other simple ingredients. I chose (frozen) strawberries and local fresh blueberries for flavor and the fun colors (also the happen to be very patriotic, whether you live in the USA or in France, these colors are just perfect!)

Then pour, let freeze…. and then the waiting game begins! That’s the hardest part of this recipe :) but the reward is worth it.

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These Vegan fruity popsicles are also the perfect way to use up extra fruits (stock up when you see fruits on sale, just make these popsicles or smoothies and the will never go bad).  They are also extremel creamy thanks to the coconut milk & soy yogurt base, lightly sweetened with Vegan Honey.  Also, a splash of vanilla adds a little exotic flavor ♥

But enought talking, are you ready to start making your own Vegan fruity popsicles?

Vegan fruity popsicles

Vegan fruity popsicles

These colorful and oh- so-easy-to-make Dairy-free Vegan fruity popsicles are a creamy, delicious and healthy summer treat to cool down instantly.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 4 hours 10 minutes
Course Cake & dessert
Servings 6 popsicles


  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 1 non-dairy yogurt I used soy
  • 2 tbsp Vegan Honey or sub with agave
  • 1 dash vanilla essence
  • 2 cups berries fresh or frozen


  • In a blender, blend the coconut milk, non-dairy yogurt, Vegan honey and the dash of vanilla until smooth. Won't take long!
  • Pour this mixture into your popsicle molds.
  • Sprinkle some berries into each popsicle mold, making sure to push some towards the bottom and the sides.
  • Place lids on popsicle molds and insert sticks. Place the popsicle molds in the freezer and let freeze for at least 4 hours, or until firm.
  • To remove from the molds, simply fill a bowl with luke-warm water and place the molds into the warm water to help loosen the popsicle from the mold... Enjoy!
Keyword ice cream


Do you like to make you own frozen treats during summer? If so, let me know which combinations you like the best! Also don’t forget to pin this post to share the love ♥

I wish you a love-filled day xoxo

Vegan fruity popsicles

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  1. Reply

    Oooo these look so good! Must try this out

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

  2. Reply

    Looking good! I need to try it I have all ingredients but I need that lovely lolly molds

  3. Reply

    Showed these to my Grandson today and he loves the look of them. He’s only 6 years old but an avid youtube and Pinterest fan. LOL He’s always showing me things he’d like to make but he says these are a must. ;-)

  4. Reply

    These look amazing. I have my little nephews coming to visit me in Wales tomorrow and I think these will go down VERY well!

  5. Reply

    I WANT THEM NOW prettyplease :D

  6. Reply

    These look absolutely fantastic. We are all vegetarian in our house and a few of us want to take that extra step into veganism – but the perceived strictness stops us. Thanks to your recipes that day is drawing closer.

  7. Reply

    :) I go crazy for anything vegan!

  8. Reply

    Hey Francesca, this is a beautiful post—as always. :-) The popsicles look SO refreshing!!

  9. Reply

    This looks gorgeous! i would probably want to puree the the fruits or cut into tiny pieces so i can taste the fruit more. Im not the hugest fan of cows milk so i am exploring options.

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    Oh em gee! I just found out I have food allergies and I am so excited to find this recipe. Thank you!
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