SONY DSCDuring the summer, it is so refreshing to have a treat that is creamy, cold, and a bit sweet.  Ice cream can be easy to reach for, but next time you are looking for a clean and healthy treat, make these delicious Coconut Pineapple Mango Popsicles from Ink Foods!  (I followed Kristen’s recipe, but omitted the honey, and they still came out great!)  I made them for our Taos Whole30 crew’s last meeting, and let’s just say that they were a huge hit.  Everyone from the littlest kids to the adults loved them.  They are super easy to make, and only require three ingredients.  Plus, they are much healthier, with less sugar than similar store bought pops.  You can also customize these by adding other fruit of your choice.  I’m thinking that Pineapple and Strawberry would also be an amazing combination!


SONY DSCCoconut Pineapple Mango Popsicles:

  • 1 can light coconut Milk
  • 1 cup frozen or fresh pineapple (or your fruit of choice)
  • 1 cup frozen or fresh mango
Blend all ingredient in a blender or food processor.  I used the blender and pulsed until it was smooth, but still a bit “chunky” so there would be small chunks of fruit in the popsicles.
Pour into molds and freeze.  I used mini Dixie cups and popsicles sticks. You don’t need fancy popsicle molds.
By: Kristen Massad, inkfoods.com (Photos also by Kristen)


The kids and I enjoyed making these together.  It was a fun, simple, and quick activity!  Marisa helped by cutting up the fruit, and used the blender to get the consistency just right.  Andrew loved placing the popsicle sticks into each cup.  We made over 30 popsicles, so there were a lot of sticks for him to help with!  They were excited to try them and kept asking if they were ready to eat!

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