Homemade Vanilla and Fruit Frozen Pops (High Protein)

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The weather is warmer and it is time to make homemade frozen popsicples! Making them at home is a huge money saver and you can use fresh ingredients. You will love this version that is packed with protein!

The best part? The kids can help. I don’t know about you, but my boys love to eat their creations! Homemade popsicles are no exception.

And, these are so easy and fast to make. Literally takes two minutes with my secret ingredient!

strawberry blackberry vanilla pops




    • handful of fresh strawberries, sliced


    • handful of blackberries






    • Popsicle mold, I like these


Gather up your supplies and ingredients.

Place the 6 pop molds into the holder.

Assemble the handles and drip guards. Set them aside.

soy silk

Add 6-8 slices of strawberry to each pop mold.

Add 3 or so whole blackberries to each pop mold.

Pour in the Silk Vanilla Soymilk to the fill line for each pop mold.

2 minute frozen pops

Insert and attach the handles/drip guards into the molds.

how to make pops with soy milk

It literally takes two minutes to create 6 delicious pops.

Place the pops in their holder and into your freezer for 6-8 hours or until the soymilk is complexly frozen.

use vanilla soy milk to make frozen treats

You know what I love about these? No other dairy-free milk gives you more protein than Silk Soymilk! With 8 grams of heart-healthy, plant-powered protein and a smooth delicious taste, Silk O gives you plenty to love. And because Silk is plant-based, it’s naturally low in saturated fat and has no cholesterol! Score!

Sshhh, don’t tell that I let my kids eat these for breakfast. Why now? Protein and fruit all in one pop!

You know what else I love? Silk Soymilk is high fructose corn syrup free!

Did I mention my kids also like this over their cereal? Yum!

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This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.


  1. Have you ever tried this with coconut milk?

    1. I have not, but I totally would. I actually have some upcoming recipes for frozen popsicle made from coconut milk. Go for it!

  2. These look not only refreshing, but so healthy for you too! Would love for you to share this at OhMyHeartsieGirlWW! Have a great week!
    Christine @CherishingaSweetLife

  3. Excited to feature you on A Little Bird Told Me Link Party!

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