This pina colada popsicle recipe is perfect for those times you are craving a tropical drink without the alcohol. Pineapples, bananas, and coconut milk give this summer treat its great flavor!
Guilty — Those monstrous bites out of the popsicles in the picture above are mine. Self control is still a major flaw of mine.
Popsicle pictures have been everywhere lately. Being a newbie to this whole popsicle scene I decided to go to good ole’ Ammy and see what I could find. (Ammy is my term of endearment for Amazon.com Considering the fact that I either buy movies, products or order quick deliveries with Prime Now almost daily, I figured we are at the point in our relationship that we can call each other by pet names.) My eyes were quickly drawn to this very retro-chic popsicle mold. Simple, classic, and tons of great reviews. I was sold.
Is anyone else extremely impatient?! Not thinking that I actually had to wait for the estimated time (4 HOURS?!?), I probably checked on these puppies at least 4 times throughout their freezing process, thus slowing it down even more. But let me tell you–it definitely takes AT LEAST 4 hours. My advice to you — freeze them and leave the house!! Yup, go shopping, go to work, go for a loooong workout, go anywhere but your kitchen where you will be tempted to open up that freezer drawer. And then when you return to your house you will have a wonderful tropical treat in popsicle form to enjoy!
Four ingredients. That is all you need. A frozen banana, frozen pineapple, coconut milk and stevia. Blend it, freeze it, eat it… Pretty simple. Where are you going to enjoy your popsicles? By the poolside? On your back porch? Or maybe at a potluck? I would love to hear! Leave a comment in the section below 🙂 Hope you enjoy this little bite of paradise!
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- 1 c. pineapple frozen, slightly thawed
- 3/4 c. banana ~1 banana frozen in pieces
- 1 1/3 c. full-fat coconut milk
- 1 packet stevia optional
- Combine all ingredients in a high speed blender or food processor until completely smooth.
- Pour mixture into a popsicle mold and freeze for at least 4 hours.
- Run a little warm water over the molds to help release the popsicles. Serve immediately and enjoy!
- **If using wooden popsicle sticks, freeze for at least 30 minutes before placing them into the molds.
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Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.