You have to make these Coconut Fruit Popsicles for the Fourth of July! They’re the perfect way to celebrate the holiday with friends and family by the beach, pool or backyard. Not only are they dye free and bright red white and blue, but naturally delicious! I made them last week for the kids and even Gemma who’s 10 months old was gobbling them up (with Chloe’s help of course 😉 as you can see here.
You can watch the video to see them here or follow along on SnapChat with the username_ WeeliciousSnap to see me making them this weekend! By the way, are you on SnapChat? It’s SO much fun seeing each other’s real lives and you can even ask as many questions as you have and I’ll Snap you back!
Back to the popsicles! All you need to do it cut up naturally sweet and juicy strawberries and plop in blueberries and raspberries into popsicle molds and top with your favorite coconut water. Freeze them up and you have a refreshing treat for kids and adults. Watch this Coconut Fruit Popsicles Video to see how I make them. If you have extra fruit on hand and want to make them another time during the summer you can add whatever you have on hand including ago, kiwi, blackberries and more. They freeze up beautifully and are so refreshing to lick and munch on especially after a long day of play.
Leave me a comment below if you have any popsicles recipes you’ve been making this summer. I love inspiration!
Coconut Fruit Popsicles
- 1/2 cup Fresh Raspberries
- 1/2 cup fresh blueberries
- 1/2 cup sliced strawberries
- 1 33.8-ounce container coconut water
- 6 large popsicle molds
- Divide the fruit into the popsicle molds. Pour coconut water over fruit, add popsicle sticks and freeze overnight.
- When ready to serve, run popsicles under water to unmold and serve.
I think they coconut milk would be too dense to really see through, but I think it would work in the popsicles if you love the taste!
My kids don’t like coco water. 🙁 I know they wouldn’t be as healthy with coco milk, but do you think it would work? I imagine I’d have to separate the cream first and use the milk portion, but I’m not sure if you would be able to see the red and blue through the frozen coco milk. Thoughts?
You can definitely chop up mangoes and peaches and use them in place of the berries!
Hi…I love this idea….but by any chance do u have any with mango or peaches maybe?! That would really help ….
These look great! I’ve also been making frozen pops with fruit (blueberries, strawberries, peaches pick one or several) in the food processor, 1tbsp of honey and 1cup vanilla Greek yogurt. I like lightly mixing them for a swirled look and my boys (4 &2) love them! I can’t wait to try these too.
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Where do you purchase the ice pop molds?
They look great!