Red White & Blue Popsicles. This red, white and blue popsicle bomb pop copycat recipe is super easy to make!
My Red White & Blue Popsicles recipe is:
- Easy to make
- Good for your gut
- Gluten free
- Naturally colored
My festive red white & blue American popsicles are a healthy patriotic treat for summer time! Summer is here and that means Memorial Day and 4th of July. What better way to celebrate than with these healthy and delicious Red White & Blue Popsicles! Kefir is a great source of probiotics to keep your gut healthy! If you are vegan, you can get coconut milk kefir or full fat coconut milk.
4TH OF JULY POPSICLES ARE AN EXCELLENT HEALTHY PATRIOTIC POPSICLE RECIPE!
WHAT POPSICLE IS RED WHITE AND BLUE?
This popsicle is made with flavored gut healthy kefir and mixed with super food all natural food coloring powders for a healthy and festive treat!
WHAT IS RED, WHITE BLUE POPSICLE FLAVOR?
The red flavor is strawberry, the white is vanilla and the blue is blueberry!
TIPS FOR MAKING THE BEST RED WHITE AND BLUE POPSICLES
USE FULL FAT KEFIR FOR CREAMY POPSICLES. If you want to make your popsicles creamy not icy, use whole milk kefir. The fat in the milk will give you a creamy popsicle texture.
ADD SWEETENER IF YOU LIKE SWEET POPSICLES. While the flavored kefir in my recipes is flavorful, it is not as sweet as red white and blue bomb pops. If you want your 4th of July popsicles to be sweeter, add honey or maple syrup to the mix.
FREEZE EACH LAYER SEPARATELY FOR DISTINCT LAYERS. If you don't want your layers to swirl together at all, freeze each layer for at least 1 hour before adding the next layer.
FREEZE YOUR RED WHITE AND BLUE POPS OVERNIGHT BEFORE TRANSFERRING TO STORAGE CONTAINERS. This will allow your popsicles to set completely.
Frequently asked questions about my healthy red white and blue popsicle recipe.
HOW DO YOU MAKE POPSICLES CREAMY NOT ICY?
Use full fat kefir to make your popsicles creamy not icy.
WHAT FLAVOR IS BLUE POPSICLE?
Blue popsicle is a blueberry flavor. Or, if you can find blue raspberry kefir you will get a blue raspberry flavor.
WHAT FLAVOR IS THE WHITE POPSICLE?
The white popsicle is vanilla flavored.
HOW DO YOU MAKE A PATRIOTIC POPSICLE RECIPE?
Make a patriotic popsicle recipe by including the colors red white and blue!
OTHER HEALTHY POPSICLE RECIPES YOU MIGHT LIKE
- Strawberry Mango Popsicles
- Watermelon Fruit Popsicles
- Rainbow Fruit Popsicles
- Strawberry Popsicles with Manuka Honey
- Mango Yogurt Popsicles
- Champagne Popsicles
MAKE MY RED WHITE AND BLUE POPSICLES
My homemade 4th of July popsicles are super easy to make!
- Vanilla kefir
- Blueberry kefir
- Strawberry kefir
- Blue spirulina
- Beet root or pink pitaya powder
- Popsicle molds
- Popsicle sticks
- Flat container for storage
Start your red white and blue pops by mixing up your ingredients! There is NO BLENDING required for this popsicle recipe! All you have to do is use your bottled kefir, and add in the powdered colorings. Shake and then pour into your popsicle molds.
BLUE POPSICLE LAYER
For the blue layer I mixed the kefir with blue spirulina.
RED POPSICLE LAYER
For the red layer, I mixed the kefir with beet root powder!
WHITE POPSICLE LAYER
For the white popsicle layer, I used vanilla kefir.
If you have a FULL bottle of kefir, you can also add your kefir to a bowl and use a whisk to stir it with the food powder.
(Shaken on left, stirred on right)
HOW TO FILL YOUR POPSICLE MOLDS
In my popsicle molds, I started with a blue layer. Pour the blue kefir about ¼ way up the mold.
Next, I heavily poured in half of the vanilla kefir. Pour the white so that the mold is now ½ filled. I wanted the white to mix with the blue a bit and look kind of like the stars in the American flag.
Then I gently poured the red layer on top of the first white layer. Pour until the mold is ¾ full.
For the final layer in my red white & blue popsicles, I gently poured the other half of the vanilla kefir until the popsicle mold was full.
You can also freeze each layer after pouring in your kefir to get distinct stripes on your popsicles.
Make sure you freeze your popsicles AT LEAST 3 hours!! I like to let mine freeze overnight to get really hard!
Happy Independence day,
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Red, White, & Blue Popsicles
- popsicle sticks
- 1 cup blueberry kefir or vanilla with extra blue spirulina
- 1 teaspoon blue spirulina
- 1 cup strawberry kefir
- 3 teaspoon beet root powder or pink pitaya powder (sweeter flavor)
- 1 cup vanilla kefir
- Start with the blue layer: mix 1 cup of vanilla kefir with 1 teaspoon of blue spirulina. Pour evenly between the 10 popsicle molds.
- For the red layer, mix the strawberry kefir with the beet root powder. Make sure there are no bits of beet root powder left over. Pour gently over the blue layer.
- Last, gently pour the vanilla kefir over the red layer.
- Freeze for at least 3 hours, but preferably overnight!