The following article was written by Lauren Gordon, who is PETA's celebrity
marketing coordinator and also a certified holistic health counselor.
Cool down this summer with homemade popsicles, like these refreshing Creamy Raspberry-Orange
Popsicles. Raspberries, which are currently in season, are antioxidant
powerhouses high in vitamin C, B vitamins, and fiber. They get their reddish
color from anthocyanins, which boast antimicrobial properties and
help prevent the overgrowth of bacteria within the body. So snack smart and
reach for these fruity pops the next time you're in the mood for a frozen
Raspberry-Orange Popsicles1 cup fresh or frozen raspberries1 cup orange juice1 cup plain soy yogurt1 tsp. vanilla2 Tbsp. agave nectar
Tip: If you have trouble removing the popsicles from
their molds, briefly run the mold under warm water or let the popsicles sit at
room temperature for a few minutes before removing them.
Alternate serving suggestion: Fill an ice-cube tray
with the mixture. Insert a toothpick into the center of each ice cube mold.
Freeze, then enjoy bite-size popsicle treats!
Makes about 6 full-size popsicles
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