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Coconut Water Popsicles

A homemade version of the Trader Joe’s Fruit Floes Coconut Water Popsicles. These 3-ingredient coconut water popsicles are simple and made without any added sugar!

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I am still very much loving my long-awaited popsicle molds. The only thing is…I’m stuck in a coconut rut. I haven’t made a single non-coconut popsicle. I thought about it. And I thought about it some more. And then I tried one of those Trader Joe’s coconut water popsicles. Have you tried them? Oh my, those are ridiculously good! There was one particularly hot and humid day the other week where I ate two first thing in the morning and called them breakfast. (Don’t judge me.)

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But I have a popsicle mold, and although delicious, the Trader Joe’s coconut water popsicles are pretty heavy-handed with the sugar. So, I set out to make my own.

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My version is a lot creamier than the Trader Joe’s popsicles because I decided that the coconut cream was so good, I couldn’t stop adding it and used the entire can. However, it’s easy to switch up the proportion of coconut cream to coconut water to create a lighter, less decadent coconut water popsicle if you’d like. I’m thinking using two parts coconut water to one part coconut cream would create a perfect post-gym treat.

Bonus: coconut is naturally on the sweeter side, so you really don’t even need any added sugar at all. Take that Trader Joe’s!

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Coconut Water Popsicles

3-Ingredient Coconut Water Popsicles! Vegan, No Added Sugar & Gluten-Free | picklesnhoney.com #coconut #coconutwater #popsicles #dessert #snack #vegan #sugarfree #glutenfree #recipe

Coconut Water Popsicles

Gluten Free, Vegan,

Serves: about 10 popsicles


Prep Time: 3 hours

A homemade version of the Trader Joe’s Fruit Floes Coconut Water Popsicles. These 3-ingredient coconut water popsicles are simple and made without any added sugar!

3-Ingredient Coconut Water Popsicles! Vegan, No Added Sugar & Gluten-Free | picklesnhoney.com #coconut #coconutwater #popsicles #dessert #snack #vegan #sugarfree #glutenfree #recipe

Coconut Water Popsicles

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Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups plain coconut water
  • 14 ounces coconut cream
  • 1/3 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
  • 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum (optional)
  • stevia or other sweetener to taste (optional)

Cuisine: Gluten Free, Vegan Servings: about 10 popsicles

Prep Time: 3 hours

A homemade version of the Trader Joe’s Fruit Floes Coconut Water Popsicles. These 3-ingredient coconut water popsicles are simple and made without any added sugar!

Instructions

  • Add the coconut water, coconut cream, and xanthan gum (if using) to a blender and blend on low speed until combined. The xanthan gum is optional, but will help to keep ice crystals from forming. Add in the coconut flakes and pulse briefly until just incorporated. Taste and adjust the sweetness if you like.
  • Pour the mixture into popsicle molds and freeze for a few hours, or until completely frozen.
  • Briefly soak the popsicle molds in very warm water to release the popsicles and enjoy!

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  1. You are SO right, coconut cream is freaking GOOOOD!

  2. I have been waiting for this recipe ever since the Instagram photo! They look simple enough, I even have xanthan gum in my pantry! As soon as my popsicle molds are available (currently have cantaloupe popsicles in them), this will be the next flavor for sure. Thanks Amanda!!

    1. Amanda says

      They’re so easy, Anna! Also, cantaloupe popsicles?! YUM.

  3. Oh yes, cantaloupe popsicles! My girls can eat an entire melon in one sitting so making popsicles seemed like a good way to make it last more than a day! I am hoping to do a blog post with the recipe this weekend, if I find the time!

  4. I love the coconut water pops from Trader Joes!! Making this homemade version ASAP 🙂

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