Cookies & Cream Popsicles

If you ever feel bad about yourself, remember that you have *probably* never booked an Airbnb apparment for a trip in July when you’re actually getting there in August. That moment when you get that “Hey how are you enjoying Cardiff?” Airbnb email when you’re actually laying in your bed in Spain? 


vegan cookies & cream popsicles

What’s not actually priceless? Those listings for Cardiff and Glasgow! A couple of hundreds of bucks which could have been spent on peanut butter instead (imagine how much peanut butter I could get me with that kind of money lmao), straight to the dumpster. Go me, GO ME!

And the award to the smartest kid in the block goes to… me! Yes, I too want to punch myself. Get in line.

vegan cookies & cream popsicles

So it’s safe to say that, when you like me are one of these people who get to ruin everything they get their hands on, you need a failproof dessert recipe which will never ever let you down.

vegan cookies & cream popsicles

That is if we can actually call this a recipe. Three ingredients, minimun waiting time and absolutely not a single thing you can get wrong. Unless you’re a special kind of dum-dum like me and manage to drop a bowl full of popsicle mixture in the sink. And that’s why I should never be trusted with your bowls, dogs and babies, ladies and gentlemen.

vegan cookies & cream popsicles

Seriously now, if you’re not still on my level (it takes a lot of practise and training in messing things up, I should warn you), you will have no problem with these popsicles at all. The trick is to let the cookies soak in the milk for at least 10 minutes so the milk gets cookie flavoured and the cookies get all nice and soft. Then, boom, pour the mixure into your molds and freeze overnight. That’s it! That’s all it takes to get yourself to popsicle heaven.

vegan cookies & cream popsicles

I hope you guys enjoy these!

Cookies & Cream Popsicles
Serves 4
Such an easty to make yet truly delicious summer treat!
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  1. 250 mililiters full fat coconut milk (coconut cream is even better)
  2. 1-2 tbsp. sugar
  3. 8 oreo cookies
  1. Crush the oreo cookies into pieces.
  2. Whisk together coconut milk and sugar and then add the cookies.
  3. Let mixture chill for 10 minutes.
  4. Pour mixture into popsicle molds and freeze until solid. Enjoy!
  1. Make sure that the stick is inside teh popsicle molds before pouring the mixture or else it will spill.
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  • Reply whiskandshout July 16, 2016 at 4:27 pm

    Those popsicle molds are so unique! Love the cookies & cream flavor 🙂

  • Reply superfitbabe July 22, 2016 at 5:06 am

    Hey. nothing beats easy! I am too a broke future college freshman! XD I NEED recipes like this for my first year!

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