tillamook raspberry yum pops

Tillamook Raspberry Yum Pop

Tart fresh raspberries paired with creamy Tillamook White Chocolate Raspberry Yum premium ice cream make a decadently refreshing late summer treat.

If you’re wondering where we have been and what we have been up to these past few weeks, we have been busy packing up to move just a smidge further into the East Bay. I’d like to thank American Canyon for the thoughtful housewarming gift last night; waking up to a 6.0 magnitude earthquake at 3:20 in the morning is always my idea of a fabulous time. Thankfully everything had already been unpacked and organized in a fashion that led to zero damage in our new home. Our thoughts are with everyone who was not so fortunate.

Prior to our exciting welcome gift, we had the joy of packing, moving and unpacking. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I hate moving. So when Tillamook graciously reached out to send me some of their premium berry ice creams along with a delivery of fresh-picked berries from FarmBox San Francisco, I almost passed on such a delicious opportunity due to the chaos ensuing around us. I am thrilled that Tillamook and FarmBox SF worked with my hectic schedule because a sweet pick me up was just what we needed during our long days of packing in the late summer heat.

My FarmBox SF delivery included fresh-picked raspberries and strawberries from local farms that practice sustainable, organic farming and were delivered right to our door. The berries were so incredibly fresh, plump and juicy that I wanted to preserve their natural state as much as possible when deciding how we would enjoy them. Earlier this summer we purchased a juicer and since I am still completely smitten with it, I decided to juice the berries to combine with our Tillamook ice cream for a refreshing summer treat. Tart raspberry juice was layered with Tillamook’s creamy White Chocolate Raspberry Yum premium ice cream for this perfect popsicle pairing.

These Tillamook Raspberry YUM Pops were lifesavers for cooling off and boosting spirits after long days of moving prep. A huge thanks to Tillamook and FarmBox SF for their kind deliveries.

Tillamook Raspberry Yum Pop

Yields: 10 popsicles
  • 2 cups Tillamook White Chocolate Raspberry Yum ice cream
  • 12 ounces fresh raspberries
  • 1 Fuji apple, quartered
  1. Scoop ice cream into a glass measuring cup and allow to melt at room temperature.
  2. Pour ice cream into popsicle molds, filling ⅔ of the way full. Freeze for 20 minutes.
  3. Juice raspberries and apple through a slow crush juicer. Pour juice over ice cream, filling molds to top.
  4. Insert popsicle sticks and freeze for a few hours until completely frozen.
  5. Carefully unmold and enjoy!
If you do not have a juicer - peel, core and dice apple before running through the blender with the raspberries.

Tillamook Raspberry Yum Pop
Norpro Ice Pop Maker
Breville Fountain Crush Masticating Slow Juicer

*Tillamook and FarmBox SF were kind enough to send samples of their products – all opinions expressed are strictly my own.