Orange Cream Ice Pops

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Back to school is just around the corner and that means germs galore! Help support your immune system and stay healthy with these Orange Cream Pops!

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Orange Cream Pops Featuring Emergen-C

Where does the time go? I feel like school just ended and here we are preparing to go back! In our house back to school planning means many things- shopping, meal menus, extra curricular activity sign up and schedules. One of the most important things for me personally is preparing to combat all those germs coming into my home. Throughout the year I eat a lot of healthy foods high in antioxidants, but soon as August hits I am on an immune support mission. To help with immune support I enlist Emergen-C 1000 mg Vitamin C packs, convenient packets that you simply mix into water and drink.  This is perfect for me because I literally always have a water bottle on me. My husband- not so simple. He refuses to eat, drink or breath anything healthy. So I take the "hidden veggie" approach with him. I incorporate (ok, hide) the most healthy foods into recipes he enjoys.

That is how these Orange Cream Pops were born. A delicious way to get some extra vitamin C! Emergen-C is packed with B vitamins, antioxidants†, electrolytes plus more vitamin C than 10 oranges^. With over 20 flavors, you have plenty of delicious varieties to choose from.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Walmart Makes It Easy

You can purchase Emergen-C at your local Walmart over near the Pharmacy area. I noticed they display Emergen-C in two different easy to find places-  1. with the vitamins and supplements and 2. near the ChapStick and cough drops (an aisle over at our location).  This is just one of the reasons why I shop at Walmart , they make it quick and easy to find everything I need.


ChapStick-  Right above the Emergen-C

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While we were getting the Emergen-C a really cool ChapStick caught my eye. I like to keep them on hand because I am out in the sun a lot and my lips always seem to get dry overnight. The ChapStick I found is perfect for just that.  It is a 2 in 1 , 24hr Day AND Night Hydrating Skin Protectant  that softens and protects lips every day with 11 moisturizing ingredients. SPF 12 provides UVB protection. Hydrating formula contains aloe and vitamin E.

One end for day with SPF and the other with added moisture for at night. Totally a win win and a fantastic find.

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Alrighty, on to my clever and genius way of getting my husband to eat something healthy! While helping to get our immune systems ready for the wave of germs that will be upon us soon!

Orange Cream Pops Featuring Emergen-C

I decided to create a healthy delicious recipe that uses Emergen-C for some added vitamin C. These orange cream pops are healthy- made with Low Fat Vanilla Greek Yogurt, juice from an orange plus zest and Emergen-C! They are creamy, fresh and delicious. Perfect for any time of the day!

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How To Make Them (full recipe and details below in recipe card)

Mix Emergen-C with water.

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Add juice and some zest from an orange. (These are Cara Cara oranges, really sweet and juicy!)

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Blend Greek Yogurt and Almond Milk until smooth

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 Pour into frozen pop molds, layers will blend together that is exactly what you want. Freeze overnight.

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Run mold under warm water for 15 seconds to remove from molds.

TIP*  I always place the pops into individual zip top freezer bags for easy grabbing. 

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I caught him outside eating his SECOND orange cream pop! Gotta love that telephoto lens, shhhh!

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Orange Cream Pops are not only good, they are good for you. Make a double batch so the whole family can enjoy them!  Please note- if children ages 4-13 will be eating them use Emergen- C Kidz. The Emergen-C packets used in this recipe are for 14 and older.

For more information and coupon savings please visit Emergen-C and ChapStick online!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Yield: 6

Orange Cream Pops Featuring Emergen-C #Healthy4School

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A quick and easy homemade ice pop that the kids will love and ... is good for them! Shhh

Prep Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 10 minutes


  • 2 packets Emergen-C
  • 12 oz. water
  • 1 cup Low Fat Vanilla Greek Yogurt
  • ½ cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
  • 1 Orange
  • 1 tablespoon Orange Zest


  1. Mix Emergen-C with water until dissolved.
  2. Add the juice of an orange and zest to the mixed Emergen-C.
  3. Blend yogurt and almond milk until smooth.
  4. Pour layers slowly into frozen pop molds (they will mix together, you want this)
  5. Add sticks.
  6. Freeze over night.


Pouring slowly will blend the layers, but not mix them fully- giving a better orange cream flavor.

Nutrition Information:



Amount Per Serving: Calories: 80

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7 thoughts on “Orange Cream Ice Pops”

  1. That I would have never thought of. Vitamin-fortifying your own popsicles - such a simple idea!

  2. I love the cream pops idea! It may be the only way I can get my son to take Emergen-C and I'm sure he'll need it once school starts. Cooler weather is coming and all those germs are going to be floating around.

  3. What an awesome way to get your Emergen C! I love this stuff for winter time colds, but summer and early Fall are bad, too! Making sure to get your vitamin C is SO important- I know hubby would love these too!

  4. What a unique idea to use Emergen C as. I love this idea and plan to make them up, try to keep us healthy during back to school season !

  5. Wow, this creation of yours is really cool! I like how unique (and healthy) it is, a great summer treat. `

  6. The cold and flu season is always rough on my kids. I need to have a freezer full of these. We can use all the vitamin c we can get.

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