Mint Week: Raspberry Mint Pops

Raspberry Mint Pops by Katys Kitchen #vegan #glutenfree

Have you been enjoying mint week? I know I have. My breath is fresh and my tummy is happy. Maybe it’s from the extra dose of Vitamin C in mint leaves. These Raspberry Mint Pops mark the end of Mint Week. I couldn’t let you go without a sweet treat to enjoy in the sun, now, could I?

Raspberry and mint pair together for a very refreshing summer treat. These pops are only lightly sweetened with a dabble of honey, so feel free to add more sweetener to taste.

Raspberry Mint Pops by Katys Kitchen #vegan #glutenfree

You’ll love these pops because you only have to spend 5 minutes in the kitchen with a blender. It’s summer- time to give your oven a break. Pops are fun and wonderfully youthful, but the combination of raspberry and mint feels gourmet.

Note: When your popsicle starts dripping down your face and hands, it goes right back to being youthful. ;)

Raspberry Mint Pops by Katys Kitchen #vegan #glutenfree

If you’re worried I’m going to stop giving you mint recipes, have no fear. Mint is sure to pop up again sometime soon as it seems to be multiplying like rabbits in my garden.

Raspberry Mint Pops
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Yield: 6 pops (just over 2 cups)
 
A light and refreshing summer treat
Ingredients
  • 1 and ½ cups almond milk
  • ½ cup coconut milk
  • 1 cup raspberries, fresh or frozen
  • ½ cup fresh mint, loosely packed
  • 2 tsp honey
  • 1 tsp coconut oil, melted
  • pinch salt
Instructions
  1. Add all ingredients to a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze for 30 minutes before inserting popsicle sticks. Freeze until solid (about 1 hour).

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Katy MacKinnon

Katy MacKinnon is a food photographer and recipe developer, and Food Fight! co-host.

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10 Comments Mint Week: Raspberry Mint Pops

  1. Ashley

    Oh my gosh, all these popsicle recipes I’ve seen this week on various blogs are killing me! haha I’ve been trying to hold off on buying popsicle molds but I think I’m going to cave : ) They’re just not as pretty in paper cups haha. These sound amazing – I love everything in here.

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    1. Katy @ Katy's Kitchen

      I was the same, for a while I held out on buying pop moulds but eventually caved when I found some for $3. Popsicles are just so much easier to make than ice cream it pays off!

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  2. Kelly

    These pops look gorgeous and sound so refreshing! Love that they come together so quickly. Thanks for such great ideas for using up my mint too:) Have a great weekend Katy!

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  3. May

    Oh! Too bad I am not home right now! I have raspberries and mint growing in my garden! I’ll just have to be patient and wait!!!

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    1. Katy @ Katy's Kitchen

      I am super envious you have raspberries growing! If I had fresh raspberries I might skip the pops all together and just make it into a smoothie/soft-serve sort of a dessert :)

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    1. Katy @ Katy's Kitchen

      It’s one of those weird things that stays on your “kitchen wants” list forever. It stayed on mine for so long until I finally realized it’s much cheaper than a vitamix. ;) Thanks, Lisa!

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