Memorial Day is always a great time to plan a get together with friends & it creates a fun opportunity to come up with new, seasonal dishes! If you read my post on fashion for busy moms, you’ll know I was super excited when Stitch Fix contacted me & asked me to create a recipe that would pair perfectly with an outfit you’d wear to a beach bash.

I love the idea of having sweet treats that aren’t super sweet (trust me, someone will surely bring the super sweet desserts) & that also have some fresh fruit in them. I also love when we can give our kiddos fruit as a dessert & when you make them into ice pops, it feels especially fancy!

This is a dairy free recipe & while I find almond or cashew milks to be especially refreshing in treats or iced coffee, if this is your first venture into alternative milks, I highly suggest you jump right in!

While you’re at it, hop over & check out the outfit that Stitch Fix pairs perfectly with these ice pops. You’re sure to love it (I know I do!!) & while my ice pops will keep you cool, you’ll certainly be looking cool in this sweet ensemble.

How to prepare my dairy-free triple berry pops

  • PREP TIME: 10 mins
  • TOTAL TIME: 10 mins
  • AUTHOR: Trisha
  • SERVES: 4-6

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup Unsweetened Cashew Milk (or milk alternative like almond or coconut)
  • 1 cup Fresh Fruit (blueberries, raspberries & sliced strawberries)
  • 1 Tablespoon Honey
  • Materials needed:
  • Ice Pop Mold (for 4 or 6 ice pops)
  • Wooden Sticks (optional, depending on your mold)

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. If using wooden sticks it’s recommended to soak them in water for a few minutes before making the ice pops so they will be able to hold better.
  2. In a blender, blend cashew milk & honey. Wash & prepare any fruit being used. Slice strawberries.
  3. Place a mixture of fruit in each of the ice pop molds. If you try & place it closest to the sides you’ll be able to see more of the fruit once the ice pops are removed.
  4. Pour your milk into the mold almost up to the fill line & then place your sticks in the molds. If using a mold that has a lid & wooden sticks, cover molds with lid, allow to freeze for about an hour & then
  5. gently place sticks in each mold.
  6. Allow to freeze for at least 3 hours before removing!
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