Coconut Fruit Popsicles, Easy Summer Recipe

Delicious Fruit Dessert Recipe from Sarah Kingsbury, Iowa Source

Coconut Fruit Pops

Homemade coconut fruit popsicle recipe showcases all the delicious fresh fruits that are available in summer - mangos, peaches, nectarines, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries.

The addition of coconut milk gives this easy fruit dessert recipe a creamy perfection that leaves all store-bought fruit popsicles behind - plus, they're extremely kid friendly, and don't need much sugar - Sarah Kingsbury

Prep time: 30 minutes, freeze time: 3 hours

8 - 10 popsicles

Nutrition Data Per Serving, 1 popsicle, 68g: 84 cal, 14g carbs, 3g fat, 2mg sodium, 10g sugars, 3g fiber, 1g protein, low Cholesterol; Estimated glycemic load 7


  • 3 cups fresh ripe sweet fruit, such as raspberries, blueberries, peaches, or strawberries, peeled and chopped
  • 2/3 cup sugar, or 4 Tbsp agave nectar, or equivalent amount of stevia
  • 1/2 cup light or full fat coconut milk


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  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth
  2. If the fruit has seeds or a lot of fiber (e.g. raspberries or mangos), strain through a fine mesh sieve and discard the solids
  3. Fill popsicle molds with the mixture and freeze at least 3 hours before eating.
  4. Store in the freezer for up to one week.

Recipe Tips:

Make sure the fruit you use is ripe, sweet and juicy. It may be necessary to let it sit out on the counter for a couple of day to reach prime ripeness. Patience pays!

You can use frozen fruit in these popsicles, but the taste and texture lose a lot in the process, mainly because you're taking something frozen, and freezing it again.

We made blueberry-raspberry, mango, and strawberry-banana popsicles. Other flavor combinations we'd like to try are mango-peach, coconut-lime (with coconut juice, lime juice, and lime zest), and pineapple.

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3 Flavors: Divide the recipe into 3 parts, and make 3 different flavors. It is more work, because you have to wash out the blender 3 times instead of only once. But then, you'll have 3 different fruit flavors in your freezer - bliss! You could even get carried away and make full batches of 3 different flavors, giving you 24 - 30 coconut fruit pops in 3 flavors - ecstacy!

Multi-Colored Pops: Make two 1/2 batches using two different kinds of fruit. Fill the Popsicle molds 1/2 way with the first batch and freeze for 1 hour. Fill Popsicle molds the rest of the way with the second batch and freeze popsicles for 3 more hours before eating.

Coconut Fruit Sorbet: Make the coconut fruit mixture into a sorbet using the same method given in the avocado lime sorbet recipe.

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