Homemade Blackberry Popsicles (Keto Friendly)

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blackberry popsicles cashew milk

With Memorial Day just around the corner, I decided to run out and bought myself a new popsicle tray to make homemade blackberry popsicles. Who doesn’t love to enjoy a popsicle or two under the hot summer sunshine. I love making popsicles so, I’m sharing one of my favorite keto-friendly recipes using blackberries and cashew milk.

I learned about cashew milk and how tasty it was a couple months back. It’s also really easy to make, very creamy and you can even make ice cream or ice pops with it. So I did and it turned out great!

cashew milk blackberry ice pops


for cashew milk

  • 1 cup of raw cashews [soaked (at least 4 hours), rinsed and drained]
  • 2 1/2 cups of water
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons of alcohol-free stevia
  • pinch of sea salt

for blackberry filling

  • 2 cups of fresh blackberries
  • 1/4 cup of Monk fruit (Stevia is also ok)
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup of prepared cashew milk

Make: 8-10 pops

Step by Step Instructions

Step 1. For the cashew milk, combine the cashews, water, vanilla extract, Stevia and sea salt into a high-speed blender.

Step 2. Blend for 2 minutes (Start at the lowest setting than slowly increase to highest setting) and set aside. If using a regular blender, add an extra minute. You may need to strain your cashew milk through a fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth.

Step 3. For the blackberry filling, combine the blackberries, Monk Fruit, vanilla extract and 1/2 cup of your prepared cashew milk into a blender until everything combines and have a slight chunky or puree consistency.

Step 4. Now it’s time to make the popsicles. Pour cashew milk first into each popsicle mold to the halfway mark.

blackberry popsicles

Step 5. Pour blackberry puree into each mold until all are full.

Step 6. Place the popsicle tray into the freezer for about an hour.

Step 7. Take out the tray and insert the wooden popsicle sticks into each pop mold.

homemade blackberry popsicles

Step 8. Place back into the freezer and leave overnight or until frozen solid.

Step 9. Then take them out and enjoy every lick in the warm sunshine. 😀

Pin for Later!

Cool down with this tasty and creamy popsicle recipe made with blackberries and cashew milk. Perfect to enjoy at spring picnics, as dessert at summer bbqs and when lounging by the pool. (Click to see for recipe!)

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