Strawberries + Kefir Popsicles

Strawberries + Kefir Popsicles

we’re currently on vacation
which means that i’ve been checked out
from everything:
work
work
work
life
but not when it comes to desserts.
these popsicles
were borne from necessity:
using up the last of the kefir
the last of the frozen strawberries
best of all,
these could be breakfast OR dessert.
happy summer break!

ps. i will be scarce for awhile.
but you can follow along with our adventures via my instagram

Strawberries + Kefir Popsicles

strawberries + kefir popsicles
makes 10

*note: i used up the last of kefir and a bowl of blitzed strawberries, the exact measurements for popsicle varied. use your best judgement.
**note: kefir is usually lactose free, or very low in lactose, which i am able to consume.
***note: i used these molds, which are my new favorite kitchen toy

approximately 1/2 cup kefir (my preferred brands are lifeway or green valley organics, whichever is on sale that week)
1/2 – 3/4 cup strawberries, sweetened with 1 TBL sugar or honey, vitamixed until smooth

pour each into pop molds, alternating flavors until all are used up and/or filled.

if you’re feeling fancy, use a skewer stick (in my case, a chopstick) to marble the mix together.

freeze at least 4 hours, ideally overnight.

BAM!

Strawberries + Kefir Popsicles

1 year ago: diy copper pipe wall sconces
2 years ago: coconut egg curry, lactose free

other ice cream concoctions:
coffee chocolate chip ice cream – lactose free
peppermint chocolate chip ice cream – lactose free
spiced coconut pecan ice cream – dairy free
strawberry ice cream + almond waffle cones – dairy free
tangerine ice cream – lactose free
cayenne chocolate ice cream – lactose free
strawberry ice cream cookie sandwiches – lactose free

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25 thoughts on “Strawberries + Kefir Popsicles

  1. Those look similar to a pop bar around where I live. It was so soft and delicious. I wouldn’t mind making my own homemade ones. Those look really tasty btw. Thanks for sharing

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