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Easy Two-Ingredient Coconut Water Ice Pops

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Surprise! It’s time for more popsicles.

Coconut Water Fruitcicles

If you follow me on Pinterest you’ll know that I’m going through a rather intense popsicle phase right now, which is slowly boiling over into the blog.

After my last batch of suped-up blackberry pie popsicles (with a ginger snap crust to boot!), I was ready for something lighter, a tad less sweet, and heckuva lot easier. Because let’s be honest, popsicles that take 30 minutes to make and then another 3 hours to freeze, while being delicious (said while mentally singing the Fergie song *d-to-the-e-to-the-l-i-c-i-o-u-s* on blast) aren’t always fun.

And since I’m all about jumping on the less-kitchen-more-fun bandwagon whenever it comes around, I went back to the drawing board and came up with these babies.

Aren’t they lookers?

Coconut Water Fruitcicles

With just two ingredients, they only take an hour, tops, to make, freeze, and eat so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying your summer.

Yes, please!

Coconut Water Fruitcicles

Easy Coconut Water Ice Pops


2 c coconut water (I like the Zico brand, but any will do)
Frozen fruit: peaches, blackberries, raspberries, plums, etc.
Popsicle molds and sticks

Place as much frozen fruit into the bottom of each mold as you comfortably can. Then top off with coconut water and insert the popsicle stick in the center. If the stick wants to lean one way or another, place fruit around it to keep it centered. Freeze for an hour and enjoy!

See? Told you it was easy.

Blackberry Pie Popsicles

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Blackberry Pie Popsicles

Hooray! Summer is back. And now that I've warmed up and gotten over my little meltdown from a couple weeks ago, I thought I would give some popsicle recipes a go. 

Blackberry Pie Popsicles

This was really just a test to see if I would even like homemade popsicles (spoiler: I do. Like a lot.), or if I should just stick to the eating part and let the pros make them. While popsicles are super easy to make, I can't help but think back to when we used to make popsicles as kids by freezing fruit juice in some molds.

I mean, they were good enough but they always left me a little unimpressed.

Not these though! These are sweet, super creamy and topped with the most addictive ginger snap crust you've ever had. Seriously. The best.

Blackberry Pie Popsicles
Blackberry Pie Popsicles

Blackberry Pie Popsicles


2 c frozen blackberries
4 c almond milk yogurt
4 drops stevia
1 c ginger snap cookies, crushed
Popsicle sticks

  1. Mix blackberries and yogurt in a blender on high until smooth. Add approx. 1/2 cup crushed ginger snap cookies and pulse until just blended.
  2. Pour yogurt mixture into popsicle molds. Sprinkle remaining ginger snap cookies on top then insert the popsicle sticks.
  3. Freeze for about 4 hours or until completely frozen.
  4. To remove the popsicles from the mold, run the bottom under warm water (or in a bowl of warm water) for 10-15 seconds and they should pop right out.  Let sit for 5 minutes to soften slightly before eating.
Blackberry Pie Popsicles