• Firecracker Pops

    Firecracker pop with light green background

    Once again, Seattle is cool and somewhat damp this weekend, while just about everywhere else in the U.S. folks are sweltering in humidity, heat, and triple-digit tempeatures. In some parts of the U.S. there are power outages due storms. I hope it gets better soon for everyone, and that when you read this you are safe, along with your loved ones and neighbors.

    Firecracker pop with blueberries

    I’m now realizing that I sometimes live in a bit of a bubble here in the Seattle suburbs. Posting a brownie recipe was probably a bit offbeat for anyone in about 25 states across the U.S, at least for this week. It’s just that I was enjoying them so much I had to share the recipe. So if you’re in the heat, save the brownie recipe for later, or do what I do in the summer – bake at night or in the early morning, in a toaster oven if possible.

    Firecracker pop trio in green

    Instead, while taking a break to quickly cruise around Pinterest, I spotted these firecracker ice pops from the folks at Martha Stewart and I was instantly inspired. These are so versatile and simple to make. I stayed with strawberries for the red, and blueberries for the blue, but for the white I played around a bit. I started with greek yogurt (dripped yogurt) with raw honey, then I tried them with vanilla honey ice cream, and finally with some whipped cream and maple syrup as the sweetener. Alternatively, to make this dairy-free, you can use whipped coconut cream, cashew cream, or leave the white out and just go for red and blue pops. I think these pops will stand up to anything.

    Firecracker pop in front

    Posted in Dairy-Free, Desserts, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Paleo, SCD, Snacks, Vegetarian  |  10 Comments

    10 Responses to Firecracker Pops

    1. Sherry says:

      Yeah, still waiting for hot weather here in Seattle. I was close to coming up with a soup recipe to publish, but then I remembered it’s pretty hot everywhere else!

      These look so good!

    2. I love these! Perfect for the 4th.

    3. Ann says:

      Do the strawberries and blueberries have to be fresh? Or can they be frozen? Looks wonderful and can’t wait to try!

    4. Christy says:

      I pinned these just a few days ago. I’ll be sure to use my Groovy mold too. My boys are going to love them!

    5. Maybe if make these beautiful pops, the sun will actually shine for us…I am SO over it…this drizzle…grrrr!

    6. Michelle says:

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