Red White and Blue Raspberry and Cream Popsicles

 Move over store bought treats!  There’s a new favorite within the confines of your freezer this summer – Red, White and Blue Raspberry and Cream Popsicles.  A bit of cream and a punch of raspberry flavor make these colorful pops perfect for July 4th or any other day you’d like to celebrate!

Red White and Blue Raspberry and Cream Popsicles | Melanie Makes

There are a couple of frozen treat fanatics living at our house.  After any meal – even breakfast! – they ask for something sweet from the freezer.  Granted, I only say yes after we’ve eaten dinner, but that doesn’t discourage them from asking whenever they get a craving.  These Red, White and Blue Raspberry and Cream Popsicles?  Totally created with them in mind!

Red White and Blue Raspberry and Cream Popsicles | Melanie Makes

A delicious, raspberry base created with ingredients I like to keep on hand – Greek yogurt, whipping cream and sweetened condensed milk.  A quick spin in the blender with some frozen raspberries and then sprinkles – LOTS of sprinkles! – are stirred in.  Because if one ingredient can make a recipe, it’s sprinkles!  In the lives of my four and six year old, sprinkles are king!

Red White and Blue Raspberry and Cream Popsicles | Melanie Makes

Want to insure you have the intense raspberry flavor you’re looking for?  Look no further than Robert Rothschild Farm’s Red Raspberry Preserves.  I love how it seems to amp up the raspberry flavor of the entire popsicle.  All with minimal effort on my part!

Red White and Blue Raspberry and Cream Popsicles | Melanie Makes

Red White and Blue Raspberry and Cream Popsicles

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 10 popsicles

Serving Size: 1 popsicle

Ingredients

14 ounces sweetened condensed milk

1 cup Greek yogurt

1/2 cup whipping cream

1/4 cup Robert Rothschild Farm Red Raspberry Preserves

2 cups frozen raspberries

1 cup sprinkles

Instructions

In a blender carafe, add sweetened condensed milk, yogurt, whipping cream, preserves and 1-1/2 cups raspberries. Blend to desired consistency.

Divide remaining raspberries between popsicle molds.

Stir sprinkles into blended raspberry mixture and pour into popsicle molds.

Let freeze 6 hours or longer before enjoying.

Red White and Blue Raspberry and Cream Popsicles | Melanie Makes

Perfect for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday, these popsicles will become a mainstay in your freezer this summer.  Trust me, they are a fixture in ours!

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I was compensated by Robert Rothschild Farm to create a recipe featuring their product.  As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.   Thank you for supporting this sponsor that allows me the opportunity to create content, such as this, for Melanie Makes.

Comments

  1. These look so incredible, love the pictures!!

  2. No way! I just made some red, white, and blue pudding pops yesterday. I haven’t taken them out yet because I’m afraid. I still haven’t figured out how I’m going to photograph them before they melt everywhere! Your pops looks fantastic. I’m so impressed at your frozen food photography. :)

    • melanie says:

      Great minds think alike! I learned quickly you definitely have to have everything ready to go and then shoot super quick!

  3. they look so delicious!

  4. Mmmm! I love Raspberries, and this seems pretty yummy and easy to make! Found you on Two Cup Tuesday. Would love for you to come link up at our party link to someofthisandthat.com

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