CBD Matcha Pops

It really doesn't get more chill than a CBD matcha popsicle on a hot summer day. The CBD & other adaptogens in this recipe can help soothe anxiety, decrease stress, and relieve pain.
These creamy vegan matcha pops are freakin' delicious AND give you a dose of full spectrum CBD, ashwaghanda, magnesium, and turmeric. We used Golde's Turmeric Matcha Latte blend so you also get a little caffeine from the matcha and antioxidant benefits from the turmeric.
We imagine that these will go well with stressful family get togethers or children's birthday parties. ;)
We got our popsicle mold here but highly recommend one like this from a local zero waste shop.
This recipe makes 3 vegan CBD matcha popsicles.
  • Approx 2 1/3 cups Oat Mylk (or any other plant mylk- coconut would be delicious too!)
  • 3 servings Golde Turmeric Matcha (or any high quality powdered matcha)
  • 3mL Groove Juice
  • Optional: 1 tbsp Agave or maple syrup for sweetener


You're going to essentially be making 3 matcha lattes. If you already have a preferred method for this, go right ahead! We found this to be best: 

Put the matcha powder into a shallow dish or cup. Pour a small amount of water or oat mylk over the powder (enough to just cover the powder). Whisk using a matcha whisk or a metal whisk. Once it is thoroughly combined, combine the matcha with the rest of the oat mylk in a liquid measuring cup (or anything with a pour top). This is when you'd add the sweetener if you're using one. Then squeeze in 3mL of Groove Juice into the mix and thoroughly combine. 

NOTE: The CBD in Groove Juice is water soluble so it will fully combine with the mixture. Oil CBD will sit on top and you won't get an even dispersion.

Now you're ready to pour into your popsicle molds! If you're using a silicone mold, make sure to have it on a cutting board or some other steady flat surface that fits in your freezer. They tend to be really floppy and you'll likely spill your mixture if you try to transport it to the freezer without something under it (like us on our first try).

Stick them in the freezer and let them freeze for at least 4-8 hours before consuming. Hope you have fun with these and that you love them as much as we do!

If you try this recipe, leave us a comment below!

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