Blueberry Sour Cream Popsicles

Gotta tell ya how much FUN I had taking these pictures. You see…..I have a deep love for blueberries. I even have a board on Pinterest dedicated to this lovely berry…Blueberry Bliss.

These pops are a creamy dreamy treat to tempt your tastebuds…perfect for July 4th, pool parties or after camp/school snacks!



Do you have fun plans for July 4th? These pops would be perfect for patriotic themed parties.

They are super healthy & sugar free too!


Blueberry Sour Cream Popsicles | Healthy Summer Dessert | #july4th


I was so into this photo shoot, my fingers were stained with blueberry juice for days…

I used frozen berries for this recipe.


Blueberry Sour Cream Popsicles | Healthy Summer Dessert | #july4th


You see they started to defrost all over my metal tray.

I scooped ’em up with my fingers…hence stained purple hands & fingers.


Blueberry Sour Cream Popsicles | Healthy Summer Dessert | #july4th


Not only do I love blueberries….I love sour cream too. In savories and desserts.

It is wonderful in baked goods (cakes, muffins, cookies) as it adds great flavor and texture. It is also wonderful in shakes, ice cream and popsicles.


Blueberry Sour Cream Popsicles | Healthy Summer Dessert | #july4th


These icy pops take minimal effort and yield big smiles.



Blueberry Sour Cream Popsicles | Healthy Summer Dessert | #july4th


For Recipe Details Click Here

Popsicle Recipe Links






~ Marla Meridith

Join the Conversation

39 thoughts on “Blueberry Sour Cream Popsicles

  1. Gorgeous photography here, Marla! You even make melting frozen blueberries look beautiful. Love that you used unsweetened almond milk along with the sour cream and vanilla stevia drops for mellowing the tang and providing just the right sweet for these fun Blueberry Pops! Pinning! xo

  2. These sound so yummy! There is a pretty amazing local ice cream spot here in Seattle called Molly Moon’s and one of their seasonal specials right now is Strawberry Sour Cream. It is as good as it sounds!

  3. These look awesome! They will be perfect for our cookout tomorrow (raining here today), so I’m definitely making them today! Love your blog, love your bio, and love that you love cooking and family so much! I’m right there with you, I live for food and when I see a smile on my kids faces, it makes it that much more enjoyable! Hope you have a great 4th! Also, I’m reading this book right now that you might enjoy since it’s about food and family, it’s called “Mofongo” by Cecilia Samartin, Thanks again for this recipe, I just picked some fresh blueberries that will taste amazing!