4 ingredient Pineapple Popsicles make an easy and healthy summertime treat. They are vegan, paleo, and sweetener free!
It’s been awhile since I shared a popsicle recipe with you guys! Last summer to be exact – I shared these ginger peach popsicles and coconut kiwi ones. I’m surprised I haven’t shared more with you guys since they are one of my favorite treats. There is just something about the fun flavor combos you can create and eating them off a stick.
Michael doesn’t eat too much pineapple so we have about 10 of these sitting in our freezer just waiting for me to eat them. I’m not complaining though. They make a great after dinner treat or a nice snack on a hot day. If you like popsicles and live in Austin, come on over to our house, I’ve got plenty ;p
These pineapple popsicles are only 4 basic ingredients that you probably already have them in your kitchen. I used lite coconut milk to keep them on the lighter side, but full fat would work just as well. And since you can usually find me adding hot sauce or something spicy to my food, I figured I would kick these popsicles up a notch. I added some cayenne pepper for a fun twist. It balances perfectly with the sweetness of the pineapple and coconut milk. You adjust the amount of cayenne depending on your taste, or you can leave it out altogether if you prefer.
All you need is a blender or high powered food processor and a popsicle mold + sticks. I can’t find the mold I have, but this one is pretty similar. The hardest part about this recipe is waiting for them to freeze. Not gonna lie, I drank some of the mix straight from the blender. Had to test that is was good right?!
Make sure to head on over to A Sweet Pea Chef and grab the recipe and watch the video on how easy they come together!
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