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Homemade Tropical Ice Pops a Summer Time Treat

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Homemade Tropical Ice Pops

 Summer time treat

Homemade ice pops in amazing flavors are all the rage these days. You can find almost any combination of flavors. Some make my mouth water. Others make me think WHY 

 You can find ice pop molds in almost every discount store. I’ve even picked some up at the dollar store.
 
We are already hitting the low 90’s .The hot weather is already here in S.W. Florida and there is still a few days before June 1st.  It is bound to be an ice pop filled summer here at my house. Our favorite family recipes are my homemade ice pops.
The grandkids especially love my homemade yogurt ice pops.
Creamy Coconut Milk Tropical Ice Pops
Homemade ice pops in amazing flavors are all the rage these days. You can find almost any combination of flavors. Some make my mouth water. Others make me think WHY
 
You can find ice pop molds in almost every discount store. I’ve even picked some up at the dollar store.
 
This time I decided to make something tropical.
Homemade Ice Pops
This recipe make 6 large ice pops as seen above and 8 mini rocket ice pop size.
Homemade Tropical  Ice Pops
 
1 can coconut milk
1 cup crushed pinapple with juice
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup sugar
a pinch of grated nutmeg
 
This easy ice pop recipe is packed full of tropical flavors. You can cut back on the sugar a bit if you want. I started out with 1/4 cup but after tasting I added more sugar.
 
Mix all ingrdeients together in a spouted bowl. Grate a pinch of fresh nutmeg over the bowl and mix well. Pour into ice pop molds and freeze.
 
If you don’t like big chuncks of fruit in your ice pops whirl  the entire mixture  in the blender for about 30 seconds then fill the ice pop molds.

Tropical Ice Pops coconut milk and pineapple

 

Most ice pop molds that make the ice pops like you see here only have 4 compartments. So you can only make 4 ice pops at a time. If you don’t want to buy more molds you can freeze the first batch for about 3 hours, pop the ice pops out and wrap in plastic wrap and return to the freezer. Then you can fill the mold again. The molds are very cheap so just buy a couple when you find them and you will always have them on hand when the mood strikes you to make some ice pops.
 
Enjoy!
Arlene
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Comments

  1. These look so good and remind me of these little carts that would come by my neighborhood when I lived in California. Just like an ice cream truck but it was a cart a man would push and they would sell these tropical fruit popsicles. I loved them better than the regular ice cream truck!

  2. Wow these sound really good. I love that they are made with coconut milk.

  3. These look amazing. I can't wait to try them. I love recipes that use coconut milk. Thanks for a great post.Pretty pictures,too!

  4. You've now inspired me to go find some popsicle molds so I can make some of these delicious little treats!

  5. What a great tropical treat! Perfect for summer nights!

  6. Annie's Dish says:

    Those look so good and refreshing! Perfect for all of these days in the low 90's we've been getting here in Pittsburgh!

  7. briarrose says:

    Oh yum….love the pineapple/coconut mix. I definitely must find some molds…I haven't made popsicles in forever.

  8. Arlene…Those sound AMAZING! I've gotta try that recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Kate@Diethood says:

    They look so refreshing … perfect for these hot days that are about to come… hopefully! :)

  10. these look so yummy. I Will have to try them. what a fun blog!

    kathryn
    http://www.thedragonsfairytail.blogspot.com
    http://www.thebusybeefamileee.blogspot.com
    twitter:kathblogger

  11. I definitely need to make these right away!! They sound delish!!

    Michelle
    http://www.kissedbysweets.com

  12. Lindselicious says:

    YUm I need to try making these with coconut milk! Love the tropical flavors too.

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