Boozy Citrus & Whipped Goat Cheese Popsicles

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I’m pretty obsessed with the concept of adding unusual flavors to whipped cream and incorporating it into everything I eat. Floral whip, (goat) cheesy whip, nutty whip – you name it and I’ve probably toyed with the idea of incorporating it into a recipe. Thus, here we are with a popsicle recipe mostly made out of whipped goat cheese. The results are light and refreshing (just how you want it to be on a hot summerΒ afternoon) and surprisingly ‘adult’ with the mature flavors of goat cheese and booooooze. I made these popsicles for my good foodie friend, Renee from Will Frolic For Food, so hop on over to her blog now to check out the recipe.

Also, in case you missed it, Renee was kind enough to share an amazing popsicle recipe here on VV earlier this week that combined the wonderful world of tart rhubarb and sweet coconut milk – click here to check it out!

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Also, while we are at it, here is an array of other amazing popsicle recipes that you need to bookmark for all your summer hangouts in the sun:

+ Maria from Pink Patisserie has the most gorgeous White Peach, Nectarine, & Rose Water Creamsicles up on her blog.

+ Harriet over at Molly, ily has a wonderful and simple recipe for Mango Coconut Creamsicles.

+ Β Berry season is coming and there is no better way to use your bounty than with these Smashed Berry-Lime-Coconut pops.

+ If you’ve been following VV for awhile then you already know about these but my Raw Vegan Fudgiscles are one of the most visited recipes on the site!

+ I’ve never seen roasted berries look as appetizing as they do in these Roasted Strawberry, Coconut, & Lime Icy Pops.

Now – go make some popsicles and spend this weekend in the sun!

 

Shellywest

Shelly is the creator of Vegetarian Ventures. She is also the Creative Director of Driftless Magazine and likes to wear wolf shirts, drink peppermint tea, and dance to Stevie Nicks.

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9 Comments

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    Liz B. @ Umami Life

    May 16, 2014

    Oh my goodness. Putting cheese in the mix = so much richness. Great idea here, thanks!

    http://thatumamilife.wordpress.com – a clean eating bento blog. Japanese or Asian-inspired.

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    maria | pink patisserie

    May 16, 2014

    Really gorgeous recipe! I’m so ready for popsicle season.. Thanks so much for the link love. Heading on over to check out the recipe!

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    Gabby @ the veggie nook

    May 16, 2014

    Wow what a cool idea! Heading over :)

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    Koko

    May 16, 2014

    I’m having a hard time imagining goat cheese in a popsicle, but I love goat cheese so I bet it’s great! Heading over to check out the recipe.

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    Marcella

    May 16, 2014

    Oh my!

    These are so gorgeous. Thanks for all the pops-piration, btw. I have been dying to make popsicles and these all sound incredible!

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    Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar

    May 16, 2014

    Such a cool flavour combination! Love this!

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