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Orange Creamsicle Popsicle Recipe

Orange Creamsicle Popsicle Recipe

How to make refreshing creamy and delicious orange creamsicle popsicles.  

These orange creamsicle popsicles are a delightful Summertime treat and have only five ingredients. You can make these creamy and delicious homemade creamsicles in just a few minutes. Creamsicles are so easy to make that kids can do it. The steps are easy to understand with minimal measuring, and no blender is required. All you need is a bowl, a whisk, and popsicle molds. 

Homemade creamsicles start with orange juice concentrate mixed with just enough milk to bring a smooth and creamy orange layer.

Pair that with vanilla yogurt and a touch of vanilla extract, and you have a cool, refreshing treat.

It is a good thing these orange creamsicles are so easy to whip because this refreshing Summer treat will be a family favorite. 

This orange creamsicle recipe is packed with vitamin C and probiotics so you can feel good about serving them to your family. There is no food coloring, no artificial flavoring, and no high fructose corn syrup in this creamsicle recipe and they taste better than store-bought. Homemade creamsicles are also much cheaper. What’s not to love about these creamsicles? 

It wouldn’t be Summer without popsicles. Kids and popsicles go hand and hand. When my children were young my house was the home in the neighborhood where all the kids ended up. I originally started making homemade popsicles to save money but they quickly ended up being a popular request. Adults love these creamsicles as much as kids do. 

Popsicle Molds

You can find plenty of popsicle molds on Amazon. I’ve even found some for under $7.00 at Home Goods. Popsicle molds come in many shapes and varieties from stainless to silicone and plastic. I’ve used both silicone and plastic. They both work great but I do find the plastic to be just a little easier to work with. Silicone does tend to be a little flimsy to work with. I will link a few sets of popsicle molds I purchased and love from Amazon below. 

Plastic popsicle mold

Silicone popsicle mold

Swirl popsicle mold

What if I don’t have popsicle molds?

No popsicle mold? No problem, reusing empty children’s yogurt cups works wonderfully. You can use small disposable Dixie cups but I would give the inside of the cup a light coat of coconut oil. Freeze the creamsicle for 30-60 minutes before you add the popsicle stick. 

This orange creamsicle recipe gives you about ten creamsicles depending on the size of your popsicle molds. I suggest making them in the morning so they're frozen by the afternoon. 



1 ½  cup vanilla yogurt

3 tablespoons sugar

1 can orange juice concentrate thawed (12 ounces)

¼ cup milk

2 teaspoons vanilla extract


1. Add 1 cup of yogurt and 1 teaspoon of vanilla in a small bowl. Stir and set it aside.

2. Place the remaining ½ cup of yogurt, sugar, thawed orange juice concentrate, milk, and 1 teaspoon of vanilla in a bowl and whisk until smooth.

3. Pour a small amount of the orange mixture then a layer of yogurt. Repeat the layering of the orange mixture and yogurt. Leave a small space at the top for the stick.

4. Place the popsicle sticks and freeze for 4- 6 hours. If the popsicle doesn't remove from the mold easily run it under warm water for a few seconds. 

You may also enjoy these creamy homemade pudding pops and fruit and yogurt popsicles.

Pudding pop recipe

Fruit and yogurt popsicle recipe

I hope you and your family enjoy these homemade creamsicle popsicles. If you try this recipe leave a comment, I’d love to hear from you! 


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1 Comment

Jul 18, 2023

Just tried these today! So good!


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