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Banana, cacao,vanilla almond milk and vanilla almond milk pulp ice popsicles!

Tasty & easy home-made banana, cacao, vanilla almond pulp & vanilla almond milk ice-popsicles!
Recently, I made home-made vanilla almond milk. I had some leftover vanilla almond nut pulp. I wanted to use some of it. The rest you can use up in smoothies, add some in your morning muesli, in your muffins & cakes. But, I wanted something different. So, I made these tasty beauties!!! Oh yes! Here is the recipe how to make them!
Recipe: For 6 smaller iced lollipops!

Ingredients:

2 very ripe banana’s, cut into chunks

1 teaspoon of unsweetened cacao powder

1/3 cup of vanilla almond nut pulp ( leftover from making almond vanilla milk )

30 gr Β vanilla sugar/ I use home-made

1 cup of home-made vanilla almond milk

Method:

1. Take a blender or a food processor & add the ingredients but only 10 gr of the sugar. Blend well. Taste! If it isn’t sweet enough, add another 10 gr of the vanilla sugar. Blend again well until there aren’t any lumps left. Taste! I added the other 20 gr of vanilla sugar & blended it again. Taste! It was sweet enough for me!

2. Pour the liquid into a pouring container & fill your moulds until the top with it. Place the lid on & insert the wooden sticks in it, leaving just a bit, about 2 cm sticking out. Place into the freezer for at least 6 hours.

3. When ready to eat them, take them out of the freezer & unmold them. This is easier when you pour hot water from the tap all over the outside of your popsicles! After 1 minute or so, you can easily unmold them. Enjoy them! πŸ˜‰

 

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

40 thoughts on “Banana, cacao,vanilla almond milk and vanilla almond milk pulp ice popsicles!

  1. Yummy ice popsiscles, dear Sophie! They look utterly delicious, as does your vanilla almond milk! πŸ™‚

    Great for entertaining!

    1. I know that it is too early but I wanted to create them & my husband & I wanted iced popsicles for dessert! πŸ™‚

  2. What beautiful popsicles. I would love one! And it’s so wonderful how you used up your almond pulp and your almond milk to make these. They would be so good for you and I’m sure they tasted great. All that’s needed is some warm weather to enjoy them!

    1. I have 2 left in my freezer! πŸ™‚ Winter or summer, I can always eat iced popsicles! I am a big fan of home-made goodies!

  3. That looks really tempting. I would eat lots of this in summer πŸ˜€ Right now it’s still very cold. Love how you make your own almond milk and then make this fabulous popsicles. Thanks very much for sharing.

  4. Sophie, this pops look great, like that you use your almond milk with banana and cacao…great for the Summer that will be here shortly.
    Hope you are having a fabulous week πŸ™‚

    1. Hahahahha, carolyn! That’s a great idea! But I don’t know of the people & my neighbours would love these exquisit flavours!

  5. Yum! If this crazy weather here in KY keeps bouncing from the teens to the high 60’s…I’ll have to give these a try this ‘winter’! πŸ˜‰

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