Creamed Corn Popsicles

Creamed Corn Popsicles


Creamed Corn Popsicle Recipe on blogCreamed Corn Popsicles. You gotta try this. With Memorial Day around the corner and July 4th hot on it’s heels, lots of popsicles will be enjoyed as well as a lot of corn on the cob. I always have fun creating my own little flavor adventures out of unexpected ingredient combinations.

Combining corn kernels with creamy coconut milk, blasting it all in the blender and sweetening it with my favorite vanilla stevia is dreamy.

Bet you could have guessed that I have a Popsicle Pinterest board too…

Corn on the cob on blog

Find yourself some sweet corn. Cook it up however you wish. Steaming it is good.

Purée all the ingredients in your blender. It is that easy.

Creamed Corn Popsicle Recipe on blog

What do you have planned for the summer? Are you thinking lots of BBQ’s? We sure are! I love to grill. Thankfully here in the OC we can Get Grillin’ most of the year.

I will also be a grill master in Telluride.

Lot’s of these pops will be served at our BBQ’s whether at sea level or or high altitude home away from home.

Creamed Corn Popsicle Recipe on blog

Let me also mention that this treat won’t hang on your hips….a treat that will go well with that string bikini.


Creamed Corn Popsicle Recipe on blog

In these warm months I will be creating all kinds of icy pops for you.

I hope you have the chance to try my:

Creamed Corn Popsicle Recipe on blog

What are your plans for the long weekend? What is your favorite ice pop flavor?

Creamed Corn Popsicles

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 3 hours

Total Time: 3 hours, 5 minutes

Yield: four 4 ounce popsicles

Creamed Corn Popsicles



  • Steam your corn. Let the corn cool a bit. Purée all ingredients in a blender until virtually smooth.
  • Divide mixture evenly into pop molds. Freeze for about 3 hours or until frozen through.
  • Notes
  • If you do not have pop molds use Dixie Cups instead.

Popsicle Recipe Links

Visit my Popsicle Pinterest boards for some great pop links too!

70 Responses to Creamed Corn Popsicles

  1. This is such a fantastic recipe, Marla! You’re so smart to combine the sweet corn (which I consider more sweet than savory anyway) with coconut milk. I bet these popsicles are divine!! Good trick for quick cooked corn – pop it in the microwave, with husk and all, for 7 minutes, then cut off the base. The corn will slide right out, fully cooked, with no silk hairs left!

  2. marla, just had to stop by to tell you again how absolutely stunning your photos are — the colors are always so vibrant and happy. i love it! (and the popsicles look divine!)

    • Valentina, you are so sweet. Thank you so much. I enjoy a life filled with lots of color that is for certain! I love passing that passion on to you guys :)

  3. Stunning photos! What a great combination of flavors.
    Veggies for dessert. Sweet potato pie and sweet corn Popsicles!!
    Perfect for summer picnics. You are so creative!!

  4. This recipe gets the most original vote of the week! What a creative idea & recipe!!!

    And these pics..gorgeous!

    I just bought popsicle molds last week to jump on this train but I am loving yours. What kind/where did you get them?

    • Angie, the more odd over here the better! Hope you can try them some day :) The flavor is really not odd at all. Mostly you taste coconut.

  5. Just one full dropper makes this sweet enough? Wow, I’ve never tried the stevia drops..
    Anyway, bright and beautiful pictures as always, Marla!
    And you know what, I made avocado popsicles last week, didn’t like it at all. Waited for the whole thing to melt so I can blend & drink as milkshake instead. I’m gonna try your corn one next.

    • Nisha, I am surprised the a avocado did not work out for you in the pops. I need to experiment with that a bit as I love avocado in sweets. I am now determined to do this :)
      You can adjust the stevia to taste in these pops. All depends on how sweet your corn is and how sweet you want your pops.

    • Hi Kelly! So happy to see you here tonight. Miss talking to you like every day! You will enjoy the pop molds. The perfect size and so easy to use!

  6. I love the Tovolo molds – I have the same ones in yellow!

    this pop is so creative, and I can imagine the flavor now… I am definitely going to make these!

    • Alex, I take it the corn flavor is popular in those regions. Funny it has not really made it’s way to the USA. It is soooo delish!

  7. So pretty! We had a sweet corn ice pop in Chelsea from People Pops a while back, and it was odd but really good. I like the coconut milk in the mix.

  8. Such a cute idea; I bet these were delish, Marla. Might just have to whip these up for Memorial Day weekend. Thanks for another fabulous recipe.
    Hope you are having a great weekend.

  9. I made these yesterday and they came out fantastic! Creamy and delicious – very creative! Thanks so much for sharing this. I always look forward to your recipes and can’t wait to see your next creation!

  10. Great combination for popsicle Marla. In Asia, they actually do eat corn with shaved ice in a sweet treat. There’s also a tapioca pudding that has corn in it and coconut milk.

  11. Love this post – so much so that I’m featuring it in this week’s Food Fetish Friday series (with a link-back and attribution). I hope you have no objections and I’m always inspired by your creations… Thanks so much for sharing.

  12. When I first saw the title, I thought “Gross!” But reading the post and seeing how you prepare it, I can’t wait to try them. I can almost taste how good their going to be! Thanks for sharing :)

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