Pink pitaya protein popsicles


Collaboration with Rawnice

Swedish company Rawnice makes your smoothies, smoothie bowls, and vegan sweets so much more beautiful with their vegan, natural, nutrient-rich, and taste-neutral vibrant colour powders. And also my Pink Pitaya protein popsicles! Along with the Pink Pitaya powder provided to me for this collaboration, they also offer many other varieties such as Black Carrot, Beetroot, Spirulina, Charcoal, etc. You can find Rawnice’s color powders here.

You’ll get a 20% discount on all of their products with the code flymetotheveganbuffet20.

Rawnice also produces delicious clean vegan protein powders, and I got the chance to try their Vanilla Caramel Plant Protein Powder for my recipe creation. We love it! The newest addition to the range is the Chai Flavour Plant Protein. You can find more information about the protein powders here.

What do you need for the Pink Pitaya protein popsicles?

For our collaboration, I decided to create delicious and beautiful homemade popsicles. You don’t need an ice cream machine for this. Besides the colour powder (Pink Pitaya or any other pretty colour from Rawnice) and the protein powder, you will need:

  • Whippable vegan cream (Make sure it says “whippable” on the package, otherwise, the cream is not suitable for making ice cream. I have had good experiences with Alpro and Oatly, which can be found in the refrigerated section of well-stocked supermarkets).
  • Vegan white chocolate (I love the White Vanilla from IChoc).
  • Cocoa butter (It makes the melted chocolate more liquid, making it easier to work with).
  • Ice cream moulds*
Pink pitaya protein popsicles


It's so easy and fun to make these tasty and pretty vegan pink pitaya protein popsicles and impress your guests!
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Gefrierzeit 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 50 minutes
Course Desserts
Servings 8 small popsicles


  • 125 ml whippable vegan cream
  • 1 tablespoon protein powder see blogpost
  • 1-2 teaspoons pink pitaya powder see blogpost
  • pinch of salt
  • 160 g vegan white chocolate
  • 1 tablespoon cocoa butter
  • 1-2 teaspoon pink pitaya powder for dusting


  • Whip the vegan cream, then add the protein powder and Pink Pitaya powder. Whip briefly again.
  • Fill the mixture into ice cream moulds and insert the sticks. Let it freeze in the freezer for at least 1.5 hours.
  • Break the chocolate into pieces and melt it with the cocoa butter in a double boiler. This means you have a pot with hot water and place or hang a smaller pot with the chocolate inside. The chocolate may not come into contact with the water. Once it starts melting, turn off the heat and stir until the chocolate is melted.
  • Now, pour it into a glass and dip the frozen popsicles into it. Let it drain briefly and place them side by side on parchment paper. Finally, use the remaining chocolate to create a pattern over the popsicles using a spoon.
  • Then, sprinkle some Pink Pitaya powder over it using a tea strainer.
  • The popsicles can be enjoyed immediately or stored airtight in the freezer.
Keyword ice cream
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Pink pitaya protein popsicles

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  1. 5 stars
    This recipe is absolutely amazing- fruity and creamy 😍 And the protein powder adds an unexpectedly yummy texture 😋

  2. Flymetotheveganbuffet has truly outdone themselves with these Pink Pitaya Protein Popsicles! The vibrant hue of pink pitaya paired with the goodness of plant-based protein is a match made in vegan heaven. This frozen concoction not only promises a refreshing burst of flavors but also a guilt-free indulgence. I can’t wait to try this recipe and share the joy of these tropical delights with friends and family. Who knew being vegan could be this delicious?

5 from 2 votes (1 rating without comment)

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