Blueberry Coconut Popsicles

Popsicles are so fun and making them from fruit is a great way to get health benefits from eating a treat.  My grandson thought they were pretty yummy!

Caden - Popsicle - 6-30-13


2 cups organic frozen blueberries
1 banana
1 can full fat coconut milk
1/2 tablespoon vanilla extract
3 tablespoons blueberry fruit spread

Things You Will Need

Blender or Food Processor

Popsicle Molds – I found mine at Sur La Table 


Blend ingredients until smooth.

Pours liquid into molds and place tops in.

Place in freezer for 5-8 hours.

When ready to serve, run the bottoms under warm water to release from mold.

Note – Too much liquid and not enough molds?  No problem – Place the extra popsicle liquid in a square or rectangle dish (plastic will work).  Freeze for 5-8 hours.  Let sit out for a few minutes and then using a fork or spoon scrape into flaky crystals.  For a chunkier consistency a potato masher can be used.  Store sealed in freezer.  To Serve:  Place in fancy glass, top with a tsp of fruit spread and a piece of fruit.

Blueberry Coconut Granita


What is your favorite flavor of popsicle?



  1. New reader/Will FOLLOW if not already..This is looking like a really FUN blog..I promise I will come back to visit. Thank you for sharing on Thursday Favorite Things blog hop..


    • Hi Jonell,

      Thank you for stopping by for a visit. I do like to have fun 🙂 Check you for cohosting Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. I take a visit over to your blog also.

  2. He’s a cutie who obviously has wonderfully good taste. 🙂

    • Hi Rosey,

      Thanks for stopping by and complimenting my grandson and food – you are welcome anytime. I just read about your trip to Key Lime Cove and left you a message – what fun.

  3. Now how cute is he and this seems like it was fun to make – thanks for sharing!

  4. Hi Antionette,

    Very easy and fun to make and we thank you for commenting on our sweet Caden. We love him so. I left a message on your post about the white skirt on your blog – I think you look great in those outfits. Have a great day.

  5. Debbie one word cute oh and the Popsicle looks great too xo

    • Thanks, Katherine, always appreciate you stopping by and bragging on my my grandson.

  6. Hi Debbie,

    Was just going through your bread recipes. I have to try the rolls and the banana muffins. They look wonderful. I love popsicles…I just wouldn’t wait long enough for them to freeze before eating them. Kim

  7. He is so cute! My favorite popsicle flavor is grape. =)
    Your popsicles sound yummy!