Pumpkin Vanilla Popsicles {Recipe} #PumpkinCan

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When Sawyer started eating solids I decided that I wanted to make a lot of his foods for him. I found the process to be a lot less stressful than I expected and actually enjoyed doing it. Often times I would spend a day making bulk amounts of it and I liked knowing that I knew exactly what was going into his meals. Through the seasons we experimented with all different kinds of fruits and vegetables and who would have guessed that Sawyer would love pumpkin so much.

I never really ate much pumpkin before then and found myself in uncharted territory and didn’t know much to do with it and often made it in soups or pops. Once fall was over and the fresh pumpkin was gone I didn’t want to stop making some of these and turned to Libby’s Pumpkin to keep on making these recipes.

One of Sawyer’s favorite pumpkin recipe was his popsicle. Super simple with only three ingredients and using canned pumpkin actually made it so much faster because I was able to skip the peeling, chopping, cooking, and pureeing process. Just pop the top and look at the goodness you find:

In your blender take all three ingredients. Leftover pumpkin can be portioned and stored in the freezer so it ready whenever you want it.

  • 2 cups Libby’s Pumpkin
  • 1 cup Almond milk
  • 1 tsp cinnamon

Fully blend together. Then distribute into popsicle molds and let freeze. We use toddler friendly molds so Sawyer can easily hold and enjoy them.

And enjoy them he does. He thinks they are delicious and often struggles to wait until they are completely frozen when he sees me make them. I feel good knowing he’s not loading up on junk food. Pumpkin is a good source of fiber and a great source of Vitamin A.

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What is your favorite way to use Pumpkin in the kitchen?


  1. Rosey says

    Your son’s eating that popsicle like a pumpkin eating champ. What a fun way to use the pumpkin. Y

  2. Rebecca Orr says

    I can’t wait to make these for my daughter. She is a little but older than Sawyer. I think my almost 7 year old would like them too. Thanks for sharing!

  3. I never even would have thought about using pureed pumpkin in a popsicle! I bet it tastes really good! I’m going to make some this weekend for Kennedy and see what she thinks!

  4. well that is sure unique… i’d love to try this sometime!

  5. Oh yum! I honestly wouldn’t have thought about having pumpkin in a popsicle, but this combo sounds great!

  6. Love making homemade popsicles; they don’t have all the junk in them like colors. These look so good; definitely will be giving these a try this summer.

  7. Lisa says

    This looks amazing. Can’t wait to try them!

  8. Yum. Pinning for later!

  9. I really like this idea! I am going to have to try it.

  10. I’ve never thought about a pumpkin-flavored popsicle, I’ll have to try it!

  11. Toni says

    Oh man those look so good! I love making pumpkin chocolate chip cookies.

  12. vickie couturier says

    to be honest ive never cooked pumpkin before,,but I think my grandkids would like the popcycle

  13. Donna says

    I wouldn’t have thought of using pumpkin, but I love pumpkin, so I’m trying this soon!

  14. Lara says

    Definitely going to make these!! They look yummy!

  15. WHy in the world have I never thought of making pumpkin popsicles?! I’m so sad.

  16. susana says

    They look great and so easy to make. Love pumpkin but for some reason not a big fan of pumpkin pie. Should try this recipe and see how it works. Thanks so much for the great tip 😀

  17. Clarissa Hooper says

    Wow- those look really delicious! my sons and I would love them!

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