Remember when I told you about grown-up ice cream vs. adult ice cream, and the need to label beauty products that are kept in the fridge? (Lotion may look like mayo, but it does NOT taste like it!)
Well, you won’t need those tips today. Though they taste like a not-safe-for-kids creamy piña colada, these pineapple popsicles don’t contain any rum. They’re totally safe to leave unmarked and unattended in the freezer . . . or maybe not if you want some for yourself.
Like many of my favorite recipes – homemade ketchup, sour gummy snacks, strawberry chia seed jam and garlicky fermented radishes, for example – this recipe only takes five minutes of hands-on time. I hope you love them as much as we do!
Coconut and Pineapple Popsicles
This recipe makes approximately 27 fluid ounces, or 3 1/3 cups liquid. My popsicle molds hold 1/3 cup each, so this batch made 10 popsicles.
- Place all ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth. Pour mixture in popsicle mold and freeze until solid.
Want More Popsicle Recipes?
Here are a few of my favorites:
1. Fudge Pudding Pops – This recipe is made with magnesium-rich cocoa butter, collagen building gelatin, and creamy, anti-oxidant rich avocado.
2. Watermelon Popsicles – These Popsicles + Hot Summer Days = Bliss
Weird Fact: Watermelon is the official state VEGETABLE of Oklahoma. It’s also classified as a fruit. Now you have to make this recipe because it’s an educational experience, right?
3. Key Lime Pie Popsicles – Sweet, tangy lime goodness with no refined ingredients and a five minute prep time. These are one of my kids favorites!
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