It’s Popsicle Week 2016, yo!
These Strawberry Kiwi Coconut Pops are my second contribution to this party! I’m having so much fun with Popsicle Week, I’m kind of out of control over here. I had to buy a second popsicle mold. Thank you Amazon Prime for always having my back and making packages magically land on my porch in two days.
FULL DISCLOSURE: Amazon is not sponsoring this post. They just hold the key to my heart.
I digress. As usual. Anyhoo – Popsicle Week is the brain child of Billy from Wit & Vinegar. This is my first year at the party, but it’s the fourth year of celebrating summer with a week totally full of amazing popsicle recipes.
There are a ton of bloggers playing and the list is updated daily here.
Don’t forget to check out the Pinterest board and follow along at #popsicleweek on social media.
Now, before I forget again, let’s talk about these popsicles. These are totally easy to make and require only four ingredients. Strawberries, kiwi, some coconut milk, and agave. That’s it. Done and done! After a night in the freezer the’re ready for the party.
That’s what I’m talking about.
You don’t have to share. I won’t tell anyone.
- 16 ounces fresh strawberries, cleaned and hulled
- 5 kiwi, pealed and quartered
- 2 - 4 tablespoons agave
- 2 13.5 ounces full fat coconut milk
- Add strawberries and agave to food processor or blender and puree until smooth
- Distribute strawberry puree evenly in popsicle mold
- Transfer coconut milk to a pitcher or measuring cup and slowly pour ontop of strawberry puree
- Rinse blender and puree kiwi - see notes
- Spoon about 1 to 1.5 tablespoons of kiwi puree into the coconut milk
- Cover and insert sticks
- Freeze overnight
- To serve, fill sink with hot water and set popsicle mold into the water for 15 seconds - careful not to go above the top edge
- If pops don't easily slide out, dunk in the water again for another 5-10 seconds
- Serve immediately or refreeze on a plate
Note: If you use a Vitamix or other high speed blender, take it easy if you want to see the kiwi seeds.
Note: I had a bit of coconut milk leftover
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