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strawberry creamsicles

This is my submission for Go Ahead Honey, it’s Gluten Free: Cream of the Crop, Dairy Free Delights hosted by the lovely Zoe over at Z’s Cup of Tea.

Today is going to be ninety something degrees. It’s only 9am and my children are already asking for popsicles. It’s really fun eating them but it’s just as much fun to make them. So, we broke out the popsicle molds.  We tried a new recipe using fresh strawberries I just picked up at the market. I used some coconut water - which is naturally so good for you. It’s super hydrating (in this heat!) and it’s full of electrolytes – calcium, magnesium, potassium, and phosphorous. Not that you needed an excuse to try these popsicles!  Side note: Try replacing sugary sports drinks with coconut water – it’s fantastic.

1  1/2 cups roughly chopped fresh organic strawberries
3 tblsp coconut water
3 tblsp coconut milk
3 tblsp honey

  1. Coarsely chop strawberries and put in the blender with coconut milk, coconut water and honey. Pulse for only about 10 seconds – so it’s still quite chunky.
  2. Evenly divide fruit mixture between popsicle molds (mine makes 4). Let freeze (upright) for at least 4 hours. To loosen them, simply run the mold under a bit of warm water.
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5 responses to “strawberry creamsicles”

  1. Cathy Musslewhite said:

    These are fantastic! I had never used coconut milk or coconut water before and was amazed at how fresh, sweet, and creamy the popsicles tasted. My 3 1/2 year old loved making them with me – and enjoyed eating them even more!

  2. mc said:

    ‘sugar free’ isn’t really accurate. Agave is plenty sugary.

  3. Stephanie said:

    yes, mc
    agave does still fall on the glycemic index – but it is not a refined sugar and certainly much less likely to cause sugar spikes for those with sugar sensitivity or diabetes. Regular sugar, I believe, is up in the high 50′s on the glycemic index (some sources even claim in the 70′s) while agave nectar falls at 32.

  4. Debbie said:

    If you have any left can we come over? Looks so yummy!

  5. Stephanie said:

    Thanks Debbie !

    We would love to share:) Popsicles don’t seem to last very long in our house. Doesn’t matter what flavor, they are such a nice light treat for summer, don’t you think?

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