Roasted Blueberry Lavender Popsicles

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These healthy Roasted Blueberry Lavender Popsicles for #popsicleweek are sure to cool you down for a refreshing snack or even an on the go breakfast!

Roasted Blueberry Lavender Popsicles


Did you plant lavender in your garden this year? I’ve got all the standards – tomatoes, jalapenos, basil, thyme, tarragon, chives, rosemary, mint, and…lavender. It’s been so hot, humid, and rainy these past few weeks that everything is growing like crazy and I’ve found a good use for most of it but the lavender. First off, I’m not a patient person and you have to go through the whole drying process before you can use it which totally annoyed me. After I finally let the flowers dry out for a week, I left it on my counter for another week pretending like an idea for it would come to mind. Honestly the wait process almost made me lose interest until I was reminded that #popsicleweek was coming up. The thought of lavender popsicles was so lovely and plus, these little Roasted Blueberry Lavender Popsicles were invented!

These Roasted Blueberry Lavender Popsicles are relatively healthy with a plain yogurt base and a honey simple syrup for sweetener. Roasting the blueberries concentrates their flavor for an extra punch that don’t leave the pops watery at all. If you aren’t growing lavender in your garden then you can usually find dried flowers in the bulk section of most grocery stores. However, if you are having trouble finding it then you can definitely make these without adding lavender into the simple syrup for a less floral flavor.

Roasted Blueberry Lavender Popsicles below:

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Roasted Blueberry Lavender Popsicles
These healthy Roasted Blueberry Lavender Popsicles for #popsicleweek are sure to cool you down for a refreshing snack or even on the go breakfast!
Course: Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine: Vegetarian
Author: Shelly Westerhausen
  • For the Roasted Blueberries:
  • 1 pint fresh blueberries , washed and patted dry
  • 1 Tbsp granulated sugar
  • For the lavender-honey simple syrup:
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 tsp dried lavender buds
  • For the popsicles:
  • 2 cups plain yogurt (I used regular but I'm thinking greek would also work)
  • Popsicle Mold
  1. For the roasted blueberries: Preheat oven to 375 degrees and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Transfer place dry blueberries on baking sheet and sprinkle with 1 Tbsp sugar. Bake for 15 minutes or until most have burst. Remove from oven and set aside to let cool.
  2. For the simple syrup: Combine 1/2 cup honey and 1/2 cup water in a small saucepan and bring to a simmer over medium heat. Once simmering, remove from heat, and stir in lavender. Let steep for at least 30 minutes before straining out lavender flowers.
  3. Once strained, whisk the simple syrup into the plain yogurt. Divide the yogurt evenly into two small mixing bowls.
  4. Add roasted blueberries (and all the juces you can scrap off the parchment paper) to one of the mixing bowls with yogurt and mix until combined.
  5. Pour both yogurt mixtures into popsicle molds, rotating spooning the two mixtures to get a swirl effect, until all the popsicle molds are filled. Follow the popsicle package's directions on the best way to apply popsicle sticks to your pops, cover, and stick in the freezer. Let freeze for at least six hours.
  6. Run under water for 20 seconds to get the pops to easily come out of molds and serve chilled!


Roasted Blueberry Lavender Popsicles



  • WholeheartedEats Blog
    June 22, 2016

    These are stunning! And however you managed to shoot these babies so beautifully and gracefully without them melting all over the place, is truly art! Teach me your ways <3 xox

  • Sarah | Snixy Kitchen
    June 22, 2016

    I didn’t even pull the weeds from my backyard this year so I’m ultra jealous of yours! I’ve got some lavender apricot pops in my freezer right now! (Though, in retrospect, I think there’s a reason people don’t often put apricots into popsicles…they’re not super sweet!) Your roasted blueberry lavender sound TO DIE FOR.

  • Janine Hegendorf
    June 23, 2016

    Hi Shelly, roasted blueberries? That sounds really Special. I never tried out to make this ice but I see it very often and Need to give it a try. xoxo Janine

  • Erica
    June 23, 2016

    They look and sound so lovely! I’m in love with the swirly look of it all, and the flavors make me smile. And, as I’ve said before I’m sure, you take the most beautiful photos!

  • amallia
    June 24, 2016

    Interesting mixture, blueberry and lavender. Very nice pictures!

  • Sarah | Well and Full
    June 24, 2016

    I love the way you incorporated something from your garden into these popsicles! That adds such a nice personal touch. And I love the use of lavender for culinary purposes too ­čÖé

  • Jayme Henderson
    June 25, 2016

    I have been smitten with roasting anything {almost!} at least once. Blueberries and lavender go so beautifully together. Ours is flowering like crazy right now, and I’m so with you on needing the patience for drying the lavender. Our dehydrator is filled with lemon balm, so ain’t no time or space for lavender! So making these this summer… XO

  • Laura | Tutti Dolci
    June 25, 2016

    Beautiful pops, I just made blackberry lavender pops myself. I can only imagine how incredible the roasted blueberries taste!

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    What Popsicle mold are you using? They look anIbg!

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    What a refreshing looking treat…happy feasting!

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