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Strawberry Banana Buttermilk Ice Pop Recipe

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Strawberry Banana Buttermilk Ice Pop Recipe

 I have seen ice cream and ice pop recipes that were made with a buttermilk base and wondered how they tasted. I use buttermilk a lot in my baking.  I also make an awesome buttermilk ranch dressing. I usually keep a quart of buttermilk in the refrigerator.

I love using buttermilk because it gives that tangy flavor to whatever it is added to.  I also love eating and making yogurt for the same reason. And there was a short period where I was culturing milk kefir and drinking it each day. Kefir was a bit too much for me and after I let a batch go a bit too long I got turned off and never cultured another batch. I’ll stick to the tamer cultured dairy products like yogurt and buttermilk, thank you!

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Strawberry Banana Buttermilk Ice Pop Recipe

So one day a few weeks ago I decided it was time to throw together a batch of buttermilk ice pops with whatever fruit I had on hand so I could try it out from myself. A quick check and we had bananas and strawberries in the house.  That sounded like a good combo for my buttermilk ice pop experiment. But I didn’t want the banana flavor to over take the buttermilk flavor so I only added half a banana. I had no doubts that I would like the flavor. And I wasn’t disappointed. I added just a little bit of sugar to add a hint of sweetness.

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Homemade Strawberry Banana Buttermilk Ice Pops

  Have you ever tasted a buttermilk based ice cream or ice pop recipe? If you did what did you think of it? Next batch I am making lemon buttermilk ice pops. I’m thinking the tart flavor of lemon will go perfect with the tanginess of buttermilk.

Strawberry Banana Buttermilk Ice Pop Recipe
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Serves: 4 large ice pops or 8 small ice pops
  1. Add all the ingredients and 5 strawberries to a blender.
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. Slice the remaining strawberries and divide among your ice pop molds.
  4. Pour contents of blender into ice pop molds and freeze.


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  1. This looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for the recipe! Great photos too =]

  2. Thank you for posting this recipe Arlene – we made them this week and they were delicious!

  3. These look so pretty and the ingredients sounds delicious.

  4. Your Strawberry Banana Butttermilk Ice Pops look delicious! I love the idea of including the refreshing taste of buttermilk in them. Thank you for sharing this recipe with the Hearth and Soul hop.

  5. Hi, these ice pops look so good. Thanks for sharing, I pinned it. I saw it on wow me wed.
    Julie from julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

  6. These look amazing! Can’t wait to try them!

  7. Hi this makes me want to make homemade icecream looks so yummy thanks for sharing found you through the mandatory mooch blog hop.

  8. Since I always have buttermilk in the fridge, Buttermilk Pops are one of our go-to pops all summer long! I love the combo you chose…these look delicious!

  9. I absolutely adore buttermilk recipes and I love these pops! So glad you linked these up! Thank you!

  10. Your recipe is awesome and thank you so much for sharing it with Full Plate Thursday. Have a great week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  11. I love strawberry nice combination off different items


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