Cool down this summer with a recipe for Berry Cheesecake Pops from Ali Ebright of Gimme Some Oven
Like ice cream, popsicles are a staple of summer. They’re the perfect poolside snack, but often aren’t filling enough to qualify as a full dessert.
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This modern take on popsicles, created by Ali Ebright of Gimme Some Oven, gives the standard childhood treat a twist with a cheesecake-inspired concoction combined with fresh fruit.
If you don’t already have an ice pops mold, you’ll need one for this recipe, which only takes about 10 minutes to make.
The recipe is also perfect for serving a group of hungry kids or adults, as it serves 10 people.
Bonus: The Berry Cheesecake Pops are made with almond milk and low-fat cream cheese, a healthier alternative to the sugar-laden popsicles in the grocery store aisle.
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