Coconut Fruit Popsicles

Coconut Fruit Popsicles

Have you noticed that coconuts are really having their moment right now? It’s like move over kale chips and pass me the coconut water / juice / yoghurt / smoothie. They are everywhere. Bet that’s how the Victoria’s Secret Angels stay in shape.

So, if you want to be on trend in the fruit and veggie aisle, plus attempt to be healthy, try these super easy fruit popsicles. The kids will devour them, the other mums will think you’re a little bit brilliant, and you’ll get a kick out of saving money on buying pre-made (and not as healthy) icy poles.

Supplies needed:

  • *Coconut water 250ml
  • *Icy Pole Holders 4 pack
  • Fresh berries / summer fruits









Step 1

Wash the berries and cut the strawberries in slices.






Step 2

Place the fruit in each Popsicle equally and then top up with coconut water.

Tip: Allow enough room to pop the lid in.










Step 3

Freeze for about 6 hours.

Step 4

Loosen from holder pack by allowing some warm water to dribble over it.

Step 5

Remove and enjoy summer on a stick!








*All products or variations featured can be found in store.

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  1. J

    Good day especially admin
    Useful materials you have now is a rarity!

  2. A

    I have the same problem with cocnout flour recipes. It isn’t just forgetting the eggs. Something else is going on. I use so many eggs that all I taste is eggs at the end (pancakes today with 1/4 cup cocnout flour and 4 eggs!) with cooked squash, and I still had that nasty grainy texture that I associate with cocnout flour. What brand do you use? I’m starting to think it’s just MY cocnout flour that sucks, or that I need to let it set and absorb moisture for a while? To give you an idea, I tried to use it to thicken creole once, and it just made it gritty.

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