Hi everyone, I am back today to share a creamy popsicle recipe with you that has a delicious combination of tropical fruit that is sure to bring you the taste of paradise. Here in Houston we are in the hottest part of summer with the heat index reaching over 100 degrees. So these end of the summer popsicles will give you a cool break from the hot summer sun. Whether you are mowing the lawn or lounging by the pool these refreshing popsicles are sure to cool down your taste buds. Not only are these popsicles energizing and delicious, they are super easy to make! I know your are ready for the recipe, so lets get poppin’!
All you need to create these creamy, natural popsicles is a blender, popsicle molds, and a few fresh ingredients.
one 14 oz can of coconut milk (I used lite)
1 cup of fresh pineapple (cut into tidbits)
1 cup of fresh diced mango
3-4 TBS of sugar (depending on the sweetness of the fruit). I used sugar in the raw.
1. If you are using wooden popsicle sticks soak them in water for about 10-15 minutes. This helps the wooden sticks stay in place and not float to the top.
2. Next, blend one 14 oz can of coconut milk (I used lite), 1 cup of fresh pineapple (cut into tidbits), 1 cup of fresh diced mango, 1 banana, and 3-4 TBS of sugar (depending on the sweetness of the fruit). I used sugar in the raw.
3. Lastly, pour the mixture into popsicle molds, insert popsicles sticks, and freeze until solid.
This recipe makes approximately 10 Hawaiian Cream Popsicles.
I will be honest, making homemade popsicles is kind of addicting and if you are looking for the popsicle mold I used today, click here (Amazon affiliate link). Nothing beats the refreshing taste of fresh fruit popsicles on a hot summer day! If you are looking for more summer frozen treats you might be interested in these yummy recipes.
This post originally appeared on Today’s Creative Blog
Becca from It's Yummi! says
These popsicles look SO creamy and dreamy! YUM
Thank you, Becca! <3
So yummy! That appears to be irresistible.
Thanks, Claudia :)
I cannot imagine a better combination of tropical flavours!! Though if I did live in Hawaii, I would add fresh guava. :)
Yum, fresh guava would be fantastic! Thanks for stopping by and checking out the recipe :)
Could I use Coconut Milk from the carton not the can stuff?
Jessy @ The Life Jolie says
These sound so delicious. I cannot get enough popsicles and neither can my kids. Can’t wait to try these!
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