July 21, 2021
From Veg Kitchen
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vegan popsicles
vegan popsicles

I can’t rave enough over these vegan popsicles! These Cookies and Cream Vegan Popsicles are creamy, delicious, and the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day.

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You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy one of these vegan Oreo popsicles! They’re super easy to make, so what are you waiting for?

I love summer, and I love indulging in delicious ice cream on those hot summer days! But if your sweet tooth isn’t as big as your children’s anymore, you can enjoy some sweet juicy watermelon or fruit salad while your kids munch on these sweet and creamy popsicles.

This Cookies and Cream Vegan Popsicles recipe is…

  • Vegan 
  • Dairy-free 
  • Easily made gluten-free (use gluten-free cookies) 
  • Made with 5 ingredients 

How to Make Cookies and Cream Vegan Popsicles

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  1. Start by placing your Oreos in a bowl and crushing them up. You want to have around 1 cup of crushed cookies. 
  2. In a separate bowl, combine your coconut cream and yogurt. Then add in the caster sugar and vanilla. Mix well to combine. 
  3. Fold in cookies until incorporated. 
  4. Roughly chop your extra cookies. Place a few large cookie pieces in the bottom of the popsicle molds, then pour in the coconut mixture. 
  5. Place popsicle sticks into the molds, and freeze for at least 4–6 hours or overnight. 

Full directions on how to make Cookies and Cream Vegan Popsicles are in the printable recipe card below. 

Tips & Tricks for Cookies & Cream Vegan Popsicles 

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Freezing Time 

The freezing time for your popsicles will very depending on the style of popsicle molds you use and how cold your freezer is. Make sure that your popsicles are fully frozen, or else they may break off the sticks and make a mess. 

Variations to Cookies and Cream Vegan Popsicles 

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Choosing a Yogurt 

I used a coconut yogurt for my popsicles, but you can use any plant-based, dairy-free yogurt that you prefer. I recommend choosing a plain or vanilla flavored yogurt so the yogurt doesn’t overpower the other popsicle ingredients. 

Popsicle Molds 

Feel free to use any size or style of popsicle molds! You can buy fully washable molds that come with plastic or silicone sticks, or you can go old school and use wooden sticks for your popsicles. It’s fully a personal preference!

No Molds, No Problem

Don’t have popsicle molds on hand? Go to the store and buy the little paper cups you use for brushing your teeth. Fill your cups with the popsicle mixture, and place plastic wrap or aluminum foil over each cup. Then stick a popsicle stick into the cup—the plastic wrap or aluminum foil will hold the stick in place.

Freeze your popsicles as normal, then peel off the paper cup and enjoy!

Mix Ins

Want to change up your popsicles? Try adding in swirls of nut butter or sprinkling in some chocolate chips. Whatever other ingredients you choose, just mix them into the batter before pouring it into the molds. 

Oreo Flavor

Use any flavor of Oreos you want: birthday cake Oreos, mint Oreos, the list goes on. Have fun and create one-of-a-kind popsicles that fit your liking!

Cookies and Cream Vegan Popsicles FAQs

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Are coconut cream and coconut milk the same thing? 

Coconut cream and coconut milk are not the same thing. Coconut cream is a lot thicker in texture than coconut milk. You are welcome to use either for this recipe, but using cream will give your popsicles a richer and creamier texture than using milk. 

Are Oreos vegan? 

Oreos are vegan, but they do not say so on the package. However, Oreos are made in a facility where dairy is used. So if you are allergic to dairy products, I would recommend not using Oreos for your popsicles to avoid running the risk of getting sick.

Choose another kind of cookie or candy to crush or chop into your popsicles!

How long do these Oreo popsicles last? 

You can store your popsicles in the freezer for up to 2 months. You can store them in the popsicle molds or in a freezer container to prevent ice crystals from forming. 


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Cookies and Cream Vegan Popsicles

These Cookies and Cream Vegan Popsicles are creamy, delicious, and the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day.

5 from 1 vote

Servings: 6 popsicles

Calories: 293kcal

Author: Veg Kitchen


  • 1 cup crushed oreo cookies about 10 cookies + 4–5 extra for garnish
  • 1 cup coconut cream
  • ¾ cup plain coconut yogurt
  • 2 tbsp caster sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • popsicle sticks


  • Place approximately 10 Oreo cookies in a small bowl and roughly crush them. You need about 1 cup of crushed cookies.

  • In a separate bowl, mix the coconut cream with plain coconut yogurt. Then add the caster sugar and vanilla extract. Stir to combine.

  • Add the crushed cookies to the cream mixture, and stir until well combined.

  • Take 4–5 extra cookies and chop them into bite-sized pieces. Place them in the base of the popsicle molds. (This step makes your popsicles look very pretty but is optional!)

  • Spoon the cookies and cream mixture into the popsicle molds until they are filled. Don’t forget to add the popsicle sticks!

  • Freeze popsicles for at least 4 hours or until completely frozen.


  • These popsicles last in the freezer for up to 2 months.
  • Coconut cream is thicker than coconut milk—they are not the same ingredient. You can use either coconut product for this recipe, but the coconut cream will provide a better texture.
  • You can substitute the coconut yogurt for any dairy-free yogurt of your choice.
  • Oreos are vegan, but the package does contain a warning that they are prepared in a facility that handles dairy. If this concerns you from an ethical standpoint or you have a dairy allergy, you may wish to replace the Oreos with a suitable alternative.


Calories: 293kcal | Carbohydrates: 27g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 20g | Saturated Fat: 15g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 3g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 4mg | Sodium: 138mg | Potassium: 236mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 16g | Vitamin A: 31IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 47mg | Iron: 3mg

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Source: Vegkitchen.com