When one of my Twitter followers suggested that I make frozen horchata pops, I was a little hesitant. To be honest, I can only think of trying horchata maybe a couple of times and it's not really a dish of my culture, so I wasn't sure if I even should try it.
Then I did a little research and realized that horchata has roots in several cultures and it's an incredibly easy drink to make. It's also a deliciously fresh tasting drink that really just should be frozen from the get go.
This recipe is adapted from one I found at My Latina Kitchen. In that recipe, there's water added. I opted to omit for a creamier end product. Additionally, I noted in the video I added only 3/4 cup of almond milk but below I've noted twice that amount. That's because once I tasted this experiment, I realized it did need a little extra liquid that would have come from the water. I felt that water would create too hard a popsicle.
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