Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Paleo Strawberry Creamsicles


Strawberry season is upon most of the country already and should be in full swing here in Wisconsin in about a month. Nothing says summer like fresh strawberries and popsicles so why not combine them into this delicious and healthy teat?


Here is what you will need:

4 cups of hulled strawberries
1 banana
2 cups unsweetened coconut milk
4 TBSP honey

Food processor
popsicle molds
funnel


Assembly is simple! Even the kids can do it.


Simply throw everything into your trusty food processor and blend until everything is well mixed into a liquid. Then pour your mixture into your popsicle molds.


Pop them into the freezer and wait overnight. When you are all ready to enjoy them, run the molds under hot water for a bit to help release your strawberry goodness from the molds.


Remove your popsicle carefully... and you are ready to enjoy!


Perfect for a summer treat or even a quick breakfast! My boys say they taste like a smoothie on a stick. Make some for your gang, today!

20 comments:

  1. Easy enough to make and my kids would love this. I sometimes make mine with yogurt and the kids just love them. I've never used honey with mine but I'll do that next time.

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  2. Yup, these are awesome! My kids love frozen treats like this on hot summer afternoons, so I need to try this recipe :)

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  3. I'm always on the hunt for delicious paleo dessert recipes to add to my arsenal. I think my husband and I would love these for summertime :) Thanks for sharing!

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  4. These look so much better than the ones you'd buy in the store. My kids would have so much fun making these.

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  5. I like that they target your nutritional needs but at the same time is delicious. The creamsicles sounds so good!

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  6. I have those same Popsicle shapes! They do work perfect for freezing yogurt and smoothies!

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  7. Yum, we have some popsicle molds and I'll need to try these this summer. I can't have dairy anymore so these would be just for me! Pinning to my Paleo board.

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  8. These sound so delicious. We are on the go a lot so I might try these in the new Zipsicle bags so we can take them with us.

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  9. These sound so delicious! I am loving the Popsicle molds! I think my kids would want to have them even more if they are star shaped!

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  10. These are great for when it is hot outside or need something nice and cool really quickly. Great to see them making these.

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  11. Making your own Popsicle are the best. So many ways to do it and its fun to get the kids involved.

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  12. These look like something my kids would go nuts for! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  13. Oh my gosh, so yum! I'll have to try these with my son this summer!

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  14. Yum! These look awesome! I am waiting for the warmer weather so that we can start making pops again, my kids love them!

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  15. The creamsicles are so yummy! These hot months my favorite fruits are in bloom...anything berry...from strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, etc. I would love to make these variations using your creamsicle recipe! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. So fun, I love making popsicles in summer.

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  17. I just made strawberry pops tonight. I use the same molds and i picked up some more this morning in a wider shape. This is a wonderful recipe and I can't wait to try it!

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  18. how fun! Great project to do with the kids, and they get to eat it afterwards. The fact that it's healthy is a bonus :)

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  19. These look AWESOME and like they'd be so tasty on a summer day. I will try them out while my son is home. :) Thank you for the recipe!

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