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Coconut Strawberry Banana Ice Cream Popsicles

This week has been ridiculously hot! I’m talking 110+ weather in an area that barely gets above 95 in the summer! So popsicles were definitely on the menu for this week!

Popsicles with banana ice cream, strawberries, and coconut almond milk. Guiltless and perfect for a hot summer day!

These Coconut Strawberry Banana Ice Cream popsicles (or creamsicles) cooled us all down over the weekend, and it was pretty guilt free! It’s literally just pureed strawberries and bananas with a little coconut almond milk. Super simple idea!

Popsicles with banana ice cream, strawberries, and coconut almond milk. Guiltless and perfect for a hot summer day!

This recipe was inspired from the Healthy Family Classics cookbook from Produce For Kids, a company whom I’ve been collaborating with this year to inspire families to eat more vegetables!  This has tons of really cool recipes like the strawberry banana ice cream recipe (definitely recommend giving this a look). It freezes really well!

Popsicles with banana ice cream, strawberries, and coconut almond milk. Guiltless and perfect for a hot summer day!

It’s such a good base for experimenting with too! You can easily add your own twist to this, maybe add some pineapple, or some lemon-lime soda to give it a little zing, or add some fresh fruit bits in there as well!

Popsicles with banana ice cream, strawberries, and coconut almond milk. Guiltless and perfect for a hot summer day!

I opted to use fresh fruit rather than frozen (which the cookbook called for). Since I was making popsicles rather than ready-to-eat ice cream, and it’s prime strawberry season right now, you kind of have to make the choice to go fresh right?!

Popsicles with banana ice cream, strawberries, and coconut almond milk. Guiltless and perfect for a hot summer day!

Purree, pour, and freeze. do this in the morning, and by the afternoon you’ll have refreshing banana ice creamsicles sitting in the freezer waiting to cool you down. I may be on a popsicle kick down the line, be forewarned. It’s too freaking hot this summer not to be!

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On To The Recipe


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Strawberry Banana Ice Cream Popsicles
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6 popsicles 10 minutes
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6 popsicles 10 minutes
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6 hours
Strawberry Banana Ice Cream Popsicles
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Servings Prep Time
6 popsicles 10 minutes
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6 hours
Servings Prep Time
6 popsicles 10 minutes
Passive Time
6 hours
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popsicles
Instructions
  1. Add strawberries, banana and coconut milk to a blender
  2. blend for about 2 minutes until smooth.
  3. Pour into popsicle molds, freeze for about 4-6 hours until completely solid. Enjoy!
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Derek Campanile
Derek Campanile
I'm an IT professional by day. Home cook for the family by night. Follow my blog for easy to make recipes, how-to's and ideas to gather the family at the dinner table!
  • Jagruti Dhanecha

    so simple and easy recipe..delicious !

  • Lucy @ cheatingvegan.com

    My 3-year-old son loves making popsicles! I know he would go crazy for this recipe–strawberries and bananas are two of his favorite fruits.

  • The perfect healthy summer treat for kids! My children would love these, I am sure, and I am intrigued by the coconut almond milk! Yum!

  • The weather has been so stupid lately! The one “cool” day we’ve had too, I was stuck in the hospital with one of my daughters, so I didn’t even get to enjoy it, ha ha ha! But popsicles always save the day around this house, that’s for certain!

  • jamieanne

    I’ve made this popsicles a few times now, and we really love them! I’ve had to substitute some ingredients sometimes (had to use regular milk once, and a mixture of other fruits a few times) and they’ve always turned out lovely! Thank you for the recipe! 🙂