Homemade orange blossom creamsicles

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Is there anything better than a refreshing orange creamsicle on a hot summer day? These homemade orange blossom creamsicles are delicately floral with hint of smooth vanilla, and a light yet creamy texture, while bursting with the well loved fresh and zesty orange flavor.

These orange blossom creamsicles are a match made in heaven. Upon my first taste, I thought about how I am one step closer to my little dream of having a vintage ice cream truck, with pink and white stripes and 4-5 unique flavors. But we'll save that for another day.

Don’t have orange blossom water? Replace it with rose water.

When I wanted to share this recipe on the blog, I hesitated. Orange blossom water is something I'd never seen back home in the United States. However, I found it online without a problem!

what is orange blossom water and where can I find it?

Cortas Orange Flower Water is distilled from bitter orange blossoms. You can flavor drinks and desserts, dress salads, sprinkle it on fruit, flavor batters, and more. If you don't get results that you like, or don't have time to make your own, you can buy orange flower water online. You can also look for it in pharmacies and halal or Middle Eastern markets. Be sure that it's 100 percent pure and not artificially flavored.

45 degree angle of orange blossom creamsicles

This homemade creamsicle was inspired by a recent trip to Nabeul to witness floral water making and to get some pottery. In the evenings during Ramadan, the Tunisians enjoy a cup of Turkish coffee with a splash of floral water. It's so beautiful I can hardly stand it. I grabbed several bottles of orange blossom and rose water and am never less amazed at how they enhance the flavor so beautifully.

what does orange blossom water taste like?

The taste can be considered sweet, honeyed and somewhat spiced.

What is orange blossom water known as and where is it seen?

Orange blossom water is also referred to as neroli or orange flower water. Neroli is reportedly one of the ingredients in the secret coca-cola soft drink. This water is used in traditional Mediterranean deserts and in Moroccan coffee. The first time I tried orange blossom water was when a kind Tunisian woman gave us some for my baby boy's upset stomach, as in North African counties it's considered a natural medicine.

How to make creamsicles at home

These creamsicles are a combination of fresh orange juice and zest, quality heavy whipping cream, (optional) sugar and orange blossom water. They are made by simply mixing all of the fresh, quality ingredients together, and pouring into a popsicle mold. It's simple!

overhead image of there orange blossom creamsicles on a pink marble background

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Orange blossom creamsicle

Orange blossom creamsicle

Yield: 6 popsicles
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 5 minutes

These orange blossom creamsicles are delicately floral with hint of smooth vanilla, and a light yet creamy texture, while bursting with the well loved fresh and zesty orange flavor.


  • one cup of freshly squeezed orange juice
  • zest of one orange
  • 1 ½ tablespoons orange blossom water
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • one cup of heavy cream


  1. Mix all ingredients in a blender or in a large bowl with a whisk until completely mixed.
  2. Transfer to popsicle mold and add popsicle stick.
  3. Freeze for atleast two hours and enjoy!


we found these popsicles perfectly sweet thanks to the natural sugar in orange juice, however if you'd like your popsicles sweeter, you can add ¼ cup sugar or honey (or more to taste)

Nutrition Information
Yield 6 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 166Total Fat 14gTrans Fat 0gSodium 13mgCarbohydrates 9gFiber 1gSugar 7gProtein 2g

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  1. 5.22.21
    Natalie said:

    I think I saw orange blossom water in my store. I will definitely get it and make this. Sounds amazing. Can't wait.

  2. 5.22.21
    Jessica Formicola said:

    I love snacking on cold things all summer long! And these creamsicles not only look delicious, but so elegant too! Can't wait to try them!

    • 5.22.21
      strawberrybuckley said:

      Thank you Jessica! How very sweet of you ? I hope you’ll love them!

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