Indulge your senses with these dreamy blood orange creamsicles. These flavor filled popsicles deliver a nostalgic experience, tasting somewhere between those cream saver candies and the frozen classic creamsicle treat we all love. Made with freshly squeezed blood orange juice, heavy cream, greek yogurt, and all natural honey, these treats are a must for blood orange season.
Rich, creamy, sweet, and slightly tart. These treats take on a beautiful pink hue, and their creamsicle texture is spot on. If you find yourself abundant with blood oranges, make these blood orange creamsicles and watch them disappear like magic.
Blood oranges are typically sweeter than other oranges. And one blood orange contains 75 percent of the daily recommended value of vitamin C!
As I mentioned in my blood orange and crispy almond sage salad, I always regret not creating recipes when blood orange season comes around. I have been making these for two years now, and decided I wouldn’t let the opportunity pass to share them on the blog ! They come just in time for valentines when I’m craving all the sweet and pink!
Ingredients for blood orange creamsicles are:
- Blood orange juice
- Heavy cream
- Greek yogurt
How to make Blood orange creamsicles
These creamy frozen treats need a little extra work and fat to obtain the right creamsicle texture.
- First you’ll start by squeezing the juice of 10 medium sized blood oranges.
- Strain to remove any seeds or pulp into a small sauce pan.
- Add in your greek yogurt, heavy cream and honey.
- Heat on low for 15 minutes for a slow reduction, and to allow the honey to completely dissolve.
- Transfer into popsicle molds. Mine made 6 popsicles in this stainless steel popsicle mold.
- Freeze for 6 hours – overnight
- Juice from 10 blood oranges oranges
- 1 cup of heavy cream
- 1/2 cup of greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup honey
First you'll start by squeezing the juice of 10 medium sized blood oranges.
Strain to remove any seeds or pulp into a small sauce pan.
Add in your greek yogurt, heavy cream and honey.
Heat on low for 15 minutes for a slow reduction, and to allow the honey to completely dissolve.
Transfer into popsicle molds.
Freeze for 6 hours - overnight
Do not juice the blood orange juice too far in advance, it ferments quickly. So squeeze the day or day of making the popsicles!
Nutrition InformationYield 6 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 179Total Fat 15gTrans Fat 0gCarbohydrates 22gFiber 6gSugar 22gProtein 6g
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