Chia Seed Nectarine Popsicles (Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Vegan) | © 2014 |

These chia seed nectarine popsicles are more than just a summer cooler, they are nutritious and good for you too. The combination of silky almond milk, sweet juicy nectarines, and crunchy nutty chia seeds make these popsicles a delicious super food. You can experiment the recipe with different types of fruit and milk too.

  • 2 tbsp Chia seeds
  • 400 ml Almond milk
  • 2 Nectarines, peeled and pitted
  • 1 tbsp Maple syrup
  1. Whisk together the almond milk and chia seeds in a jar. Fill 8 moulds with half of almond milk-chia mixture. Place them in the freezer for 30 minutes.
  2. Peel and pit the nectarines. Place them in the blender together with maple syrup and puree until smooth. Remove the moulds from the freezer and divide among 8 popsicle moulds. Return the moulds to the freezer for another 30 minutes.
  3. Remove the moulds and place a popsicle stick in the middle of each cup, return to freezer again for another 30 minutes.
  4. Lastly, divide the remaining nectarine puree into the moulds and freeze until set, at least 6 hours. | © 2014 | | © 2014 |


Dawn Yucuis 12/8/14 05:52

These popsicles look amazing. I love nectarines, so I can imagine how tasty they are!

Sue/the view from great island 12/8/14 06:01

The maple is a stroke of genius, Angie!

Katerina 12/8/14 07:26

Amazing and vegan! These popsicles are perfect for the summer!

Hester @ Alchemy in the Kitchen 12/8/14 08:50

Hi Angie, summertime on a stick! Loving all the healthy ingredients in a delicious treat!

Rosa's Yummy Yums 12/8/14 09:15

Lovely and original!



Koko 12/8/14 09:33

Nectarines are so high up there for being my favourite fruit ever...and there just aren't enough nectarine recipes out there! These look IDEAL for summer...and I love the added nutrition with the chias!!

thecompletecookbook 12/8/14 10:44

My mouth is watering. Great popsicles!
Have a lovely day Angie.
:-) Mandy xo

Guru Uru 12/8/14 11:07

Chia is a great addition to these popsicles, they look delicious :D
Summery and healthy!

Choc Chip Uru

lenia 12/8/14 12:06

What a fantastic and healthy summer cooler!Love them!

Medeja 12/8/14 12:52

They look beautiful and delicious!

Liz Berg 12/8/14 13:28

SO beautiful, Angie! And I love the flavor of nectarines :)

Emma | Fork and Good 12/8/14 13:38

The colour and patterns on these are perfection Angie. I really really love them. That first picture made me smile, like all the ice pops are bowing down to the greatness of the nectarine!

Kitchen Belleicious 12/8/14 14:19

chia and nectarine- what a wonderful combination. I bet it is rich and sweet. I love this

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 12/8/14 14:25

Love these with nectarines and the Chia seeds give them a very classy grown-up touch.

Ashley 12/8/14 14:45

Why have I never thought to use chia seeds in popsicles before?? These sound awesome! And they are gorgeous!

Katie | Healthy Seasonal Recipes 12/8/14 15:13

These came out beautifully! I love this idea, and you pics are so much fun.

Sharon D 12/8/14 17:01

Angie, you always have these great combinations. This is brilliant!

Gloria Baker 12/8/14 17:42

These look beautiful Angie:))

Mary 12/8/14 18:38

So pretty and SO healthy - what a creative use of chia seeds!

Jeanette 12/8/14 18:50

I'm a huge fan of nectarines and I just love the chia seeds in your popsicles!

Emma @ Bake Then Eat 12/8/14 19:16

I wouldn't change this recipe at all these sound amazing and they look really good too.

Kelly LifemadeSweeter 12/8/14 19:52

These are gorgeous Angie! I love nectarines and the chia sees are such a wonderful addition :)

Mary Frances 12/8/14 20:21

These sound like a fabulous, healthy snack!

Pam 12/8/14 21:14

I just made popsicles too... these look terrific.

Alida 12/8/14 21:52

Very trendy these popsicles and they look so great. I really love that addition of chia seeds! Brava Angie!

Kit @ i-lostinausten 12/8/14 22:01

Seasonal & so refreshing goodies , great summer treat ! YUM ;)

Juliana 12/8/14 23:31

Angie, these popsicles look great! Like the chia seeds in it...beautiful layers!
Enjoy your week dear :D

Geraldine Saucier 13/8/14 01:48

You always have such yummy Popsicle recipes. This one sounds like another winner. I need to try it soon:)

Ann Low 13/8/14 02:45

Thanks for sharing this healthy popsicle, Angie. I love chia seeds and this sounds delicious!

Kat 13/8/14 04:18

These look perfect and healthy, and only four ingredients! I love the color of the nectarines coming through.

Thalia @ butter and brioche 13/8/14 06:12

wish it was hot enough here to justify having popsicles.. shame its winter, they look great!

Gloria 13/8/14 06:14

These Popsicles look delish..

Abbe@This is How I Cook 13/8/14 06:28

Angie, you plated these so pretty,I'd be afraid to take a bite! But I would and what a good bite it would be!

The Yum List 13/8/14 06:59

It is just so wonderful how simple ingredients can make such a nutritious treat.

Jasna Varcakovic 13/8/14 07:01

They look so perfect; frozen pureed fruit is awesome for cooling during summer!

Veena Theagarajan 13/8/14 08:04

fantastic..healthy popsicle.. book marked this

Joanne 13/8/14 13:13

I would have never thought to put chia in a popsicle! Great idea. Love the fruity flavor in these.

Man Ridwan 13/8/14 15:29

You always "Wow" me with your creativity These popsicles are gorgeous and delicious,,YUM-YUM :)

kitchen flavours 13/8/14 15:48

Hi Angie,'
Using chia seeds in a popsicle! How exciting!
And your popsicles photos are just so perfect. Mine all started to melt even before I can take nice photos!

Gourmet Getaways 13/8/14 17:56

I'm happy to see great, innovative flavours to popsicles! This one's a must-do!

Gourmet Getaways

Hema 13/8/14 18:49

The popsicles look so awesome, love that color too, love the way use ingredients..

Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 13/8/14 18:58

Very nice Angie! I saw these on Facebook and knew I needed to come on over and see what you created :) You will be so proud of me - I have a recipe to post tomorrow sweetened with only honey and dates, and a little chocolate :) I love your pops and your photos!

The Squishy Monster 13/8/14 19:24

I just purchased some nectarines but now I'm reconsidering having them just as a snack. Your popsicles = I need!

Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food and Style 13/8/14 20:20

These look so refreshing, Angie. I love the texture contrast of the chia seeds!

Priya Suresh 13/8/14 22:02

Seriously those pops are prefect, refreshing and beautiful, would love to grab and lick rite now.

fimère .b 13/8/14 22:20

sucettes sont parfaitement délicieuses bravo
bonne soirée

Cheap Ethnic Eatz 13/8/14 22:47

Oh gorgeous pops Angie, brilliant to use chia seeds. not plumped first? I have all but the almond milk at home.

Monica 13/8/14 23:32

These look great *and* they're good for us...I'm sold! Great job!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 14/8/14 00:42

They look so elegant and delicious, Angie, and the maple syrup sounds like the perfect sweetener. I'd love to try them!

Jess Bakericious 14/8/14 03:55

Angie, your popsicles are so pretty and seductive, I feel like having a big big bite now!

tigerfish 14/8/14 06:03

SO pretty to have that nectarine orange-hue at the center of the popsicle :)

Amy 14/8/14 06:41

These pops are so gorgeous. I make pops with my kids all the time and I can't wait to try this one. My little girl loves nectarines and I'm sure she'll be excited to see this.

Helene Dsouza 14/8/14 14:33

Soon we will be picking and harvesting nectarine here and I can't wait to try the chia nectraine flavor combination. I bet my folks would love it here. Thanks for sharing.

dentistvschef 14/8/14 17:08

Damn delicious!!!
the popsickle photograph is truely seducing me...

Easyfoodsmith 14/8/14 17:33

The popsicles sound lovely and as usual very innovative of you!

Jean | 14/8/14 19:44

Angie, what a perfect popsicle treat during this hot weather! Good *and* good for you!

Shibi Thomas 14/8/14 21:37

These popsicles are very tempting!!! Never thought of using Chia seeds in popsicles.

Reeni Pisano 15/8/14 03:15

Scrumptious popsicles Angie! They look so refreshing and healthy to boot!

Chris Scheuer 15/8/14 04:43

These are so pretty Angie!

noobcook 15/8/14 09:23

love these refreshing and cool looking popsicles, very summery!

sophiesfoodiefiles 15/8/14 09:24

You also added chia seeds to your ice-pops! That is great to see!
They look just amazing! MMMM!

Ivy 15/8/14 11:20

Almond milk sounds amazing. I wish I could get my hands on some but I think it would cost a fortune. Almonds are quite expensive. I bet these popsicles tasted delicious!

grace 15/8/14 14:27

chia seeds are really popular right now, and for good reason! your popsicles are beautiful and undoubtedly tasty.

Roz Corieri Paige 15/8/14 16:41

These are my favorite popsicles on the entire web now! Using chia seeds and almond milk are genius and 2 of my favorite health foods in my kitchen. Just wonderful treats, Angie!

VidyaLakshmi Chandrahas 15/8/14 16:56

Nice blog. Wonderful popsicles. Happily following your blog.

Beth 15/8/14 17:09

Fun idea to add the chia seeds! Nectarine is such a great flavour.

Ann Jones 16/8/14 01:53

Beautiful photos! These look perfect for the hot weather, great recipe!

Mich PieceofCake 16/8/14 04:14

What a delicious popsicle. Love the combination of almond milk and nectarines.

[Reply] 16/8/14 04:31

I love chia seeds on my popsicles. My kids don't mind them at all, they are so good. Your popsicles look awesome especially w/ the two different colors!!

Anne Regalado 16/8/14 11:49

Oh my , what a refreshing and beautiful popsicles , Angie ! I never knew that you could use chia in this kind of delicious treats :D

mjskit 17/8/14 07:43

I just bought my first chia seeds (believe it or not :)) and I'm surprised to see so many sweet recipes that use them. These popsicles look amazing!

Terra 19/8/14 20:44

Oh they look delicious! The almond milk must add a fabulous flavor with the nectarines! Yum, Hugs, Terra

Deddy Hidayat 22/8/14 10:31

Chia Seeds is good and healthy... I guess I have to try this food...
Thanks for sharing it with us...

Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 24/8/14 05:39

Oh my goodness, I can't believe you incorporated chia into these popsicles -- too fun! I have to try these.

My Little Space 24/8/14 15:56

Oooo.... you're making me crave for these popsicles. Slurpppp....

Nippon Nin 25/8/14 01:34

This sounds simple and I have all the ingredients except nectarine...I have peaches though. Thank you for the one of kind popsicle recipe! Fun!

Yelena Strokin 1/9/14 21:53

Amazing! The Chai seeds and the colors of the popsicle looks great. :)

Marcela 12/9/14 10:29

wow! i adore chia seeds! They are so healthy! I love your idea!

GiGi Eats Celebrities 17/9/14 04:24

I just bought a whole bunch of chia seeds, I have to work with their magic!

TheFitBlog 13/1/16 05:20

I love chia seeds and just got a ton of them so I will definitely try this. Great idea!


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