Homemade Orange Creamsicle Freezer Pop Recipe

Homemade Orange Creamsicle Freezer Pop Recipe

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Orange creamsicles have always been a favorite of mine. The refreshing taste of oranges with the creamy “ice cream” like center… just the sound of them makes my mouth water.

Now we can make orange creamsicles at home with just 4 simple ingredients!

This recipe makes about 3 pops and is being made in the Zoku Quick Pop Maker. I have seen these at our local Marshalls and Ross stores, you can pick one up on Amazon or just follow the directions included for the “non-Zoku”.

INGREDIENTS

1/2 cup Orange Juice

1 cup Heavy Cream

2 tbsp Sugar

1 tsp Vanilla Extract

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Mix together cream, sugar and vanilla.

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Zoku directions:

Pour Orange juice in maker up to fill line.

Place stick in position.

Wait 3 1/2 minutes.

Use suction tool to remove unfrozen juice from center of maker or carefully pour off unfrozen juice.

Fill this now empty space with cream mixture.

Wait 5 minutes or until cream in set (frozen).

Use tool to remove pop and place in freezer.

 

Non-Zoku directions:

Mix together cream, sugar, vanilla and orange juice.

Pour mixture in popsicle molds or small paper cups.

Place in freezer for 10-15 minutes or until mixture begins to firm.

Insert sticks and return to freezer for several hours.

Use hot water to release from molds.

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Homemade Orange Creamsicle Freezer Pop Recipe
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Serves: 3
Ingredients
  • ½ cup Orange Juice
  • 1 cup Heavy Cream
  • 2 tbsp Sugar
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
Instructions
  1. If you are using a Zoku Quick Pop Maker:
  2. Mix together cream, sugar and vanilla.
  3. Pour Orange juice in maker up to fill line.
  4. Place stick in position.
  5. Wait 3½ minutes.
  6. Use suction tool to remove unfrozen juice from center of maker or carefully pour off unfrozen juice.
  7. Fill this now empty space with cream mixture.
  8. Wait 5 minutes or until cream in set (frozen).
  9. Use tool to remove pop and place in freezer.
  10. If you are not using a Zoku:
  11. Mix together cream, sugar, vanilla and orange juice.
  12. Pour mixture in popsicle molds or small paper cups.
  13. Place in freezer for 10-15 minutes or until mixture begins to firm.
  14. Insert sticks and return to freezer for several hours.
  15. Use hot water to release from molds.

 

Comments

  1. Creamsicle’s were always my favorite as a kid. I will have to try this!

  2. we always make homemade popsicles. my kids love frozen treats especially when they are teething. i love this recipe soo gonna try this. thanks for sharing.

  3. Mary Withrow says:

    I have tried to win a Zoku, lol – These look so good! The children love to make items and this would be a perfect little project.

  4. Rebecca Parsons says:

    OH my goodness these are the bomb. I am so gong to make them for our family bbq. I love orange creamsicles.

  5. Dandi D says:

    We just love popsicles around our house, and these are some of my favorite flavors!

  6. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says:

    wish it was a little healthier though

  7. Janet W. says:

    We’ve actually never made our own before! These look delicious and look like the most perfect treat for a hot summer day!

  8. shelly peterson says:

    oh yummy! these look so good. I have never heard of a Zoku before.

  9. saminder gumer says:

    such a great and easy recipe for an amazing summer treat. thanks for the recipe.

  10. Sarah L says:

    It would be fun to make in the fast freeze thing, but I’m sure I’ll like the ordinary one.

  11. nicole dz says:

    Those reusable popsicle sticks come in handy, so many cold treats you can make. The kids love them. Great recipe to whip up and enjoy on a hot day, and its good for you. Vitamin C!!!

  12. Anne says:

    I’m with you: The taste of a Creamsicle has always been synonymous with summer for me. Such a simple but delicious flavor combination. Thanks for including a non-Zoku version of your recipe.

  13. rosa rogers says:

    Creamsicle’s were my favorite as a kid…Can’t have any now because i’m allergic to dairy…But i can make them for my granddaughters.

    • Jen Prevost says:

      You could sub the dairy for full fat coconut milk 🙂

  14. Birdiebee says:

    I would never have thought I could make the orange creamsicle from scratch. These look good.

  15. Karen Glatt says:

    I like Creamsicle and I like this awesome recipe to make my own. It looks very easy to make and delicious. I will have to make it. Thanks for the recipe!

  16. Allison Downes says:

    Wow those look great yet so simple to make! I love finding new frozen treat recipes to try out during the summertime. Thank you for sharing. I will be trying this out sometime this week 🙂

  17. I have so many fond memories of eating Creamsicles with my grandmother as a child. I would love to make my own and really need to invest in some of those popsicle holders.

  18. sandy weinstein says:

    creamcycles used to be one of my fav when i was young. like your recipe, but i would use alternatives to the heavy cream and sugar, too fattening.

    • Jen Prevost says:

      Id use raw honey and full fat coconut milk 🙂

  19. Diana Cowan says:

    YUM! I love orange creamsicles but am suspicious of the ingredients in store-bought ones. This looks like fun to make, too.

  20. Elena says:

    Looks so yummy! Thank you for the recipe

  21. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    This is such a simple recipe , but it brings back so many summer memories of eating orange creamsicles. Now I can make them myself

  22. Cathy Jarolin says:

    This Orange creamsicle sound delicious! When I was a youngster I used to love the orange dreamsicles so good. Now a days they don’t taste the same as they used to.. I am hoping that your recipe with all the more natural ingredients will bring back that awesome creamsicle I used to have as a child.. Thankyou for sharing!!

  23. James Robert says:

    Think I’ll start calling you the “Fun Mom”/Pretty impressive things you make. My kids had a creamsicle ice cream that was a limited edition last night and loved it. Something like this they would really enjoy as well.

  24. Sarah Matos says:

    Love this! My husband loves creamsicles. I will keep this handy when the warmer weather returns.

  25. Mmm I’m dreaming of summer right now!

  26. G K says:

    Another great summer recipe! These look much better than the store bought ones as well.

  27. Richard Hicks says:

    Will have to give this a try. I like how easy it is

  28. Karen Glatt says:

    I remember having Orange Creamsicles when I was a kid and loving them so much. I did not know that they are so easy to make and I am going to make these for sure. Thanks for sharing.

  29. katie says:

    I don’t know what it is but I’ve always loved the flavor of orange in recipes and so orange creamsicle has always been a favorite ice cream flavor for me.

  30. Sarah L says:

    I love creamsicles and how easy it is to make your own. Thanks for the recipe.

  31. Cheryl Layshock says:

    I absolutely love love love creamsicles! Definitely gonna make this.

  32. Jerry Marquardt says:

    I cannot wait to make the Creamsicles. I am going to try your special recipe over this weekend.

  33. I grew up eating creamsicles with my grandparents, so they hold very special memories for me. I look forward to making these soon!

  34. Rosie says:

    These sound so good, I love making popsicles, I’d like to try them. I saw these Zoku pop molds were rated really well by a magazine.

  35. That would be so refreshing on a hot day. Thanks for the recipe.

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