Strawberry Coconut Frozen Fruit Pops / Smoothie – Gluten-free, Vegan + Sugar-free

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Strawberry Coconut Frozen Fruit Pops / Smoothie – Gluten-free, Vegan + Sugar-free

This week as part of my ongoing Restricted Diet series with Free People, I created a simple Strawberry Coconut Smoothie recipe featuring the beautiful fresh strawberries that are in season here in California right now. I still cannot believe how much earlier in the year they are in season here, they are everywhere and so delicious.

Strawberry Coconut Frozen Fruit Pops / Smoothie – Gluten-free, Vegan + Sugar-free

When I made the smoothie to photograph it, I wasn’t in the least bit hungry so I didn’t want to drink it, but I obviously also didn’t want to just pour it out, so I was thinking of what I could do with the mixture. Then I recalled the popsicle molds I got for Christmas from my mom and dad. Perfect!

I just poured the mixture in and let it freeze up. Later that night I was ready for a treat! Here’s the original post on Free People highlighting the smoothie, but I couldn’t let these frozen fruit pops go ignored!

Since there is no sugar or sweetener in these, when they freeze up they aren’t overly sweet. Just the perfect amount sweetness from the bananas and strawberries and just a little tartness, too. If you like things to be a bit sweeter, you can add a little honey or maple syrup, or even try blending 1 or 2 dates into the mixture. Also, depending on how much coconut you add to the mixture, if you decide to, you will see pretty white flecks of coconut in the pops. I didn’t think to add any until it was too late, but next time I certainly will.

Strawberry Coconut Frozen Fruit Pops / Smoothie – Gluten-free, Vegan + Sugar-free


[print_this]Strawberry Coconut Frozen Fruit Pops / Smoothie – Gluten-free, Vegan + Sugar-free
makes 6 frozen pops or 1 large smoothie

1 cup fresh organic strawberries, hulled
1 frozen organic banana
3/4 cup Unsweetened Organic Coconut Milk (light or full fat)*
1/2 cup ice cold cold water
1 tablespoon Chia Seeds
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 cup unsweetened shredded coconut, optional

Add all of the ingredients to your blender and blend until smooth and creamy. Pour into a glass and serve for the smoothie. If you are making the frozen fruit pops – pour the mixture into your popsicle molds and chill for a minimum of 4 hours or until completely solid.

I use these popsicle molds – Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds

*Note – Look for a non-BPA containing canned coconut milk, if you can.


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11 Responses

  1. This looks so refreshing for the summer. I really like the recipe!

  2. Sarah says:

    So cool! I *just* got my Groovy pop molds (in yellow) and they’re pretty awesome! Not to mention that the only stuff I have in the house right now is c. milk/bananas/strawberries.

  3. […] from Tasty Yummies is always full of amazing recipes, but I especially love her idea for frozen fruit pops. And if […]

  4. Kathy says:

    I really enjoy your recipes and your blog, I want to thank you for sharing such lovely special treats that I can actually have and really enjoy. What you do is so very special to me, thank you.

  5. Alissa N says:

    I need to get some of those pop molds, these look awesome, and what an easy and healthy frozen treat for summer!!

  6. Thank you for the recipe. I really like to try it. It looks so simple to make and I would like to try this with different fruits.

  7. Frajes says:

    For some reason I’m very weak for salads. You have some pretty cool recipes!!!

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  9. I love these fruit pops. They are pretty to look at and would be a quick and easy summer treat. Great idea to add the chia seeds too. I’m going to have to try that. Lovely blog too!

  10. Irene Craig says:

    If you can not get chia seeds, is this okay without?

  11. PhillyLD says:

    These popsicles (and the molds) are fantastic! Even my picky grandson likes them. If he only know how much healthier they are than the store bought varieties. I love making my own now. Thanks Beth =)

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