"This recipe is great for people who are lactose intolerant, but, even if you're not, the kids will gobble them up and you will too!" — Zoe
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2 1/2 cups
vanilla soy milk
My children and husband whom are all good eaters (but finicky with so many things ) ate these treats and loved them !!!! I didn't clue them in until after they enjoyed them. Great recipe !!! Very healthy -- thanks Zoe !!!
Kat in Illinois
These were just okay. I think the blueberries made them kind of bitter; however my 1 year old loved them. I think next time I will just us strawberries.
I haven't made this one specifically but make something similar for my dairy-allergic son and wanted to offer a tip for those looking for something creamier: add a little coconut oil. It does *NOT* taste like coconut, so no worries there. Ice cream needs fat to get that creamy texture (notice how most ice cream recipes call for heavy cream?), and the coconut oil can bring it without affecting flavor or lactose/dairy content.
my youngest liked these but everyone else in the house did not. I think they were not sweet enough for them plus I would have liked them to be a little more creamy
Yummy! The kids love these and they are so easy! Thank you for the recipe!
These are tasty treats... my soy milk did not add a sweetness to my pops, so I had to counter that by adding honey and lemon juice, until I had achieved the desired taste. They honey and lemon really made these pops for me. Had the leftovers as a delicious smoothie for lunch!!
i did this without the strawberries. taste really good.
kinda like a strawberry smoothie pop
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Very Berry And Soy Delicious Ice Pops
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 9
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