Coconut Pineapple Popsicles Recipe

Coconut Pineapple Popsicles Recipe: Pineapple Coconut Popsicles are a lovely homemade treat that are light and refreshing, making them ideal for enduring the summer’s heat.

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Coconut Pineapple Popsicles Recipe

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Ingredients

 

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  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 4 cups pineapple chunks, fresh or frozen
  • 2 tbsp honey

 

  • 1/4 cup shredded coconut
  • 1/4 tsp coconut extract *optional

 

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Instructions

 

  • Heat the coconut milk and honey in a medium-sized sauce pan until the firm coconut milk is melted and the mixture is well combined.

 

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  • Place the pineapple pieces in a blender, and then cover with the milk mixture. Blend in extract until thoroughly combined. Add the coconut shreds and mix using a spoon. Fill popsicle molds, then freeze for a minimum of 6 to 8 hours.

 

 

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Nutrition

 

  • Calories: 157 kcal | Carbohydrates: 20g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 9g |

 

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  • Saturated Fat: 8g | Sodium: 12mg | Potassium: 209 mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 18g | Vitamin A: 43IU | Vitamin C: 9 mg | Calcium: 20 mg | Iron: 1 mg

 

 

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Advice on coconut pineapple popsicles:

  • For these pineapple coconut popsicles, I used Trader Joe’s organic coconut milk from a can. Use a can of coconut cream in its place for an even creamier delight.

 

  • The step of boiling the coconut milk and honey together should not be skipped. It permits the honey, coconut juices, and coconut solids to thoroughly combine.

 

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  • Do not be alarmed if the liquid and solid parts of the coconut milk are separated if you have never used canned coconut milk. This is exactly how goods made from coconuts act.

 

  • This is my preferred popsicle mold for creating visually appealing popsicles. They are stainless steel and BPA free, which is why I adore them. (Partner) Be advised that they are somewhat costly.

Pro Tip:

 

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  • To easily release the popsicle, run the mold under hot water for two to three seconds on each side. If you remove every popsicle at once, make sure to refreeze right away.

 

FAQ AND QUESTION

 

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WHY DO I LOVE THESE PINEAPPLE POPSICLES?

 

  • The fact that these pineapple popsicles are only 106 calories a pop and are really simple to create is why I adore them! For desserts, that seems like a double win, in my opinion.
  • These popsicles are my favorites as well because they only need two ingredients. These popsicles are a hit with my son as well, and I’m always glad to find a lower-sugar alternative for him.

 

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CAN I USE CANNED PINEAPPLE IN THIS RECIPE?

 

  • Indeed, tinned pineapple works well in this recipe. You can also use crushed, chunked, or slice pineapple because you are blending it before freezing it.

 

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  • When using canned pineapple, be mindful of the added sugar! If you do choose to use canned pineapple, be sure it is canned in fruit juice rather than syrup or has no added sugar, as canned pineapple typically has more calories and sugar.

 

Can I use low-fat coconut milk?

 

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  • It is possible to use low-fat coconut milk in place of full-fat coconut milk. The popsicles will still taste great even though the consistency may be a little less creamy because the pineapple is the main ingredient in these frozen sweets.

 

 

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