Kids young and old can make and enjoy these Pineapple Strawberry Coconut Popsicles. Real, simple ingredients that are dairy free and naturally gluten free.
Pineapple Strawberry Coconut Popsicles
Do your kids help you in the garden? My daughter kinda, sorta, not-really does. She helps for a few minutes, then get’s bored and ditches me to play with her friends. She likes the idea of gardening – she likes picking the flowers and the fresh fruit – she loves watering (with a sprinkler).
I guess she’s just good at staying out of the way.
I’ve already started in the garden this year. The winter leaves have been cleaned up and all the dead stuff has been removed. I’ve got fresh mulch down and threw out my back in the process.
Anyway, even though it’s just spring, these popsicles hit the spot after a hard day working in the garden. The sweet pineapple and strawberries were great mixed with the coconut cream.
I chose not to add any additional sweetener. If you don’t think that the pineapple juice is sweet enough, feel free to add your sweetener of choice. Or you can let the strawberries mix with sugar for an hour before using them.
- 1 8oz can crushed pineapple with natural juice
- 1 cup strawberries, cut into small pieces
- Coconut cream from a can of Coconut Milk
- The easiest way to get the coconut milk cream is to place the can in the fridge overnight. Let the cream separate from the water, open the can and remove the water reserving the cream.
- Strain the pineapple juice off and mix the juice into the coconut cream.
- Layer the crushed pineapple and strawberry pieces into popsicle molds and then top off with the sweetened coconut cream.
- Freeze for 6 hours and enjoy!
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