Creamy coconut ice cream, 2 ways

Creamy coconut ice cream, 2 ways

Written by: Caitlin O’Malley

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Published on: August 4, 2022

Popsicles have a way of transporting you back to the summers of your childhood. Maybe you’re standing in line at the ice cream truck. Or wrapped in a towel after a day of swimming at the pool/lake/beach. Maybe you run around catching fireflies at dusk. All these moments are sweeter with an ice pop in hand. Our cool, creamy, coconut-based pops will delight children, adults and inner children alike.

THE RECIPES

  • Coconut Fudge Pops

    Coconut Fudge Pops

    These are the creamiest non-dairy fudge pops you’ll ever have. We prefer to keep them on the bittersweet side, but you can definitely up the maple or date syrup a bit if you like. Adding other chocolate-friendly ingredients like sliced ​​banana, espresso powder, or almond butter would also be nice, so feel free to use this as a base recipe and experiment.

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  • Key Lime Pops

    Key Lime Pops

    We wanted to make a super tart, lime-forward pop, but all that juice adds water content to the pop, which can result in a very icy texture. To combat that, we opted for evaporated coconut milk, which is just a slightly more concentrated coconut milk. The evaporated coconut milk is already slightly sweet, so we only needed a small amount of additional sweetener (don’t skip it, though). We call for a liquid sweetener (agave or honey) that also helps prevent icing.

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