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Strawberry Oat Milk Popsicles – Vegan Yack Attack

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hi everyone it's jackie from vegan yack attack and i'm finally back from my little break uh of videos and i have a brand new recipe for you if you didn't see last week i actually posted a wonderful roundup on my blog of low effort recipes by some tremendous black creators uh food bloggers instagramers influencers etc that is just an amazing list you will drool over it so i'm going to include that link in the description as well so that you don't miss out on that wonderful content and if you missed my community post a couple weeks back i also suggested some more youtube accounts that aren't included in that post so before i get started i just wanted to tell you all about that and especially with the few weeks that we've had here very tumultuous obviously and causes definitely worth supporting here so please go check out those posts and all ad revenue from my roundup page will go to ACLU so i'll make sure to keep everyone updated once i'm paid out in three months from my ad provider that being said let's get to today's recipe we are going to be making some delicious and super simple strawberry oat popsicles and in this case you're not even buying pre-made oat milk or anything like that we're literally just using very accessible ingredients pantry staples plus lemon and then frozen strawberries for this to kind of like expedite the situation which i'll tell you about in a little bit um but all that you'll need for this recipe are some rolled oats not quick oats just the rolled oats uh some vanilla extract you need some agave nectar or maple syrup will work or pretty much any liquid sweetener that you want to use and uh the measurement will vary based on how sweet the frozen strawberries end up being basically then you just need a little bit of salt your frozen strawberries like i said and some lemon and water of course let's get started first what we are going to do is add these rolled oats to the blender i don't think that this should be done in a food processor and you'll see why because we really need these oats to be finely ground in this blender so now i have a cup and a quarter water here um we may need more or less i'm actually just going to put in a cup first blend and then see where we're at with that okay and now before we add anything else what we're going to do is just blend these oats together if you've ever made oat milk yourself or even followed a recipe for it you know that oats can get very gooey once the starch is being broken down within them and you don't want that for oat milk but you do want that for these popsicles because it gives this this really nice creaminess without adding any fat from say like coconut milk or something like that which i love using in ice cream because it makes incredible ice cream just made some rocky road with it the other day actually so first we're going to just blend the crap out of this it's going to take a couple times really so i'm going to uh let this set for a couple minutes just kind of like how i do with raw cashews that haven't been soaked for like some of the dressings and things that i've made so far we want the oats to absorb as much of that water as they can now that they're broken down it's going to be a little quicker and it won't take as long so i'm just going to leave that for a minute and address why i have two separate things of frozen strawberries here so this one is what's going to go in the oat base for the popsicles and then here i'm just going to slice these a little bit to kind of stick in the popsicle molds um and make it a little cuter than this beige rosy color that the popsicles end up being and speaking of popsicle molds these are the ones that i have they hold three ounces each and the way that i measured that was by um you know filling them with water first pouring them into a measuring cup like this and then seeing how many ounces it was that's that's just in case it doesn't list it like on the package or however maybe you bought these forever ago so you just have no idea how much volume your popsicle molds hold so these ones i have six three ounce popsicle molds um so whatever equivalent you have to 18 ounces essentially is going to get you pretty close to what we have here and this should be just enough for this it may change because i'm adding a couple strawberries we'll see so i'm going to put this back here because we don't need them just yet and blend the oats one more time before adding in the rest of the ingredients all right let's give it a a little lookie lou here i'm going to scrape these little bits it just smells like oatmeal in this blender scrape these little bits back in here along with the sides to make sure we get all of it and because the oats that i have are actually pretty thick yours might not need another blending it looks like mine just need needs one more go around or you could have just blended for longer than i did this was like about 30 or so seconds each time so just to give you an idea what that looks like here we have kind of nasty looking like on its own um but that's what we're working with it's getting a little goopy which is not what you want for oat milk but is perfect for these popsicles so because there's still some kind of texture to that i'm gonna blend this one more time okay that's definitely some some goopiness going on in here so now we're going to add in the other ingredients and the reason uh well i didn't blend this for like just infinitely long because it'd get very hot and then it's going to take a lot longer to freeze and so that's what the frozen strawberries help with is that instead of using fresh strawberries you already have cold ice crystals that are going in here so in theory that makes the popsicles less icy and and kind of hard and crunchy and more smooth because you're already working ice crystals into the mixture okay we have that and then here's our agave i'm going to add in just a quarter cup first and see if that's enough if it's not sweet enough i'm going to add that last tablespoon here we have vanilla extract and then we have some salt just to accentuate the sweetness and lastly our bit of lemon you need about a tablespoon or to taste so about that that's kind of nice you can definitely add more or add lemon zest and it could be like a strawberry lemonade popsicle that could be really tasty and then we'll just blend this up okay that's kind of cute color definitely prettier than the first time i made them okay those strawberries are pretty tart honestly i'm going to rinse this off and add that last bit of agave and you can use granulated sugar in this i just like using liquid sweeteners in things that are going to be frozen because if you're using granulated you should probably be cooking it to break down the crystals and like i mentioned before that gets the mixture hot and then it's going to take longer to freeze and i'm a very impatient person so the shortcuts that i'm using definitely benefit us all scrape this down just a tad and give it another little blend okay cute now it's slightly more ugly now that the oats and strawberries have combined a little bit more and uh now we will cut the strawberries make them pretty set them up to be frozen all right to give these a little slice you may want to wait like in this case they've been out for probably like 10 or so minutes so wait until they thaw just a tad before slicing them pretty thinly like this i mean you could even just slice it in half and stick one in each popsicle it's honestly not really that big of a deal okay and i was kind of checking on the blender here what's nice about having one that lists the ounces and milliliters on it is that i can see we are pretty close to that 18 ounces i was talking about so you may have just a teeny bit or maybe just a little short but it's gonna be pretty dang close here all right so now with this with these little strawberries you're just gonna press them against the side and push them down oh i broke that one it won't really matter so push them down but you want them touching the side here i need to move that one a little bit there we go and then that way when you pour the mixture in you'll see this cute little strawberry on the outside i'm gonna put another one right here pretty cute go ahead and put that in there and actually i'm going to show you with that one what it looks like when you put pour the mixture in because the rest of them i'm going to leave in here while i pour it in but i want you to see this so here we have this mixture we're pouring it in there's a fill line on these and since we've been blending it there might be some air in we're going to give it just a little tap not anything hard i've cracked these before uh getting a little too zealous with it over zealous i should say so now you have it tapped in a little bit there's like a little air pocket there but it's really not a big deal so now i'm going to put this in here and pop this in try not to brush the strawberries with it as you're going inside but since they're thin and that's why they're cut thin in this case you can just stick the popsicle stick in really nicely without agitating stuff too much so now i'll be repeating that with the remaining popsicle molds now if you have like frozen peaches or maybe frozen pineapple or something and you want to use that in conjunction with the strawberry um i think that that could be great or even i mean you could probably replace all the strawberry in the recipe with another frozen fruit that you have on hand you'll just have to adjust the sweetness like i said you know it varies by frozen fruit depending on when it's harvested and uh also the type of fruit berries are usually a little bit more tart oh my gosh so that's why i add as much sweetener as i do to them okay pour this in and if your popsicle mold doesn't explicitly have like a thing that says fill line like mine does you want to leave a gap of about like a half inch at the top because that gives you room for the volume displacement that happens when you put the popsicle stick in and then also for the expansion that happens as this mixture freezes kind of like what happens with an ice cube right daaaaang sometimes it's the little things man that's great i love that that was the perfect amount so pop that bubble i'm just gonna give this whole thing a little tap and then place in the popsicle sticks so now what we're gonna do since this mixture was not super warm it was still cooler than room temperature but not like super cold it's going to take about five hours probably to freeze until you can pull them out of the popsicle mold just to make it easy you should probably just make these the night before you want to enjoy them and freeze them overnight that way they are guaranteed to be frozen but i will see you all in a little bit when these are ready okay so i've eaten dinner i've played some animal crossing um maybe for too long and now these are just frozen like i i was kind of pushing it pushing it even when i took them out of the freezer but i've had them sitting here for a couple minutes what you should do instead probably is run these under hot water or warm water rather for about like 20 seconds and you'll see that the inside the popsicle kind of detaches from the plastic itself but the same kind of thing happens if you just leave them here i just didn't want it to be too melty so that being said we have our little popsicle here and this is probably going to be a little softer than if you um like left it freezing overnight because this was about four hours that i had them in the freezer i just had them in the quick freeze part um kind of right above the ice cube maker i don't know if you have that but that's where i threw them because i don't want to wait all day to eat these things all right now it's the moment of truth look at they're very cute with these little strawberries mmm it's like strawberry milk but it's really good um i love these because obviously it's a very simple ingredients list it really didn't take any time at all to prep them before they went in the molds and everything the longest part is waiting while they're in the freezer and now it's hot outside i can just reach in the freezer and grab one and when i run out i could probably just make another six or whatever with whatever's in my pantry and if i have a different fruit in the freezer so i feel like these are going to get me through the summer a little less painfully especially here in vegas super hot so i'm going to put the full recipe in my blog post the link is in the description here and and i hope you guys love this recipe if you enjoyed this video please subscribe give me a thumbs up and i'll see you on the flip side

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