Creamy Coconut Popsicles

These no-cook easy to make creamy coconut popsicles will take you to your dream tropical vacation with just a bite. Luscious, creamy and insanely yum! Who needs to spend money on store-bought popsicles when you can make these at home!

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There are a few other summer treats you must give a try – Watermelon Strawberry and Honey Popsicles or if you like, mangoes then try the creamy Mango Lassi with Cardamom and Pistachio

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Sometimes don’t you wonder, why we we buy treats – full of preservatives, while its so easy to make them at home? Like these Creamy Coconut Popsicles. Trust me, I have tried almost all the coconut popsicles from various brands out there but nothing tastes like these home made ones. I grew up in India. So yeah, I know my coconuts! The taste of fleshy coconut is something I can never get enough of.

These homemade Creamy Coconut Popsicles are probably one of the easiest things I have made and best part is, there is no cooking or baking involved. All you need are less than 5 ingredients (YESSS!!!!), a mixing bowl and popsicle molds. But yes use the best quality COCONUT MILK- no fat free stuff, please. And if you can get young coconut pulp from Asian stores, use some of that and you will see how the taste of these coconut popsicles go up by few notches.

These Creamy coconut popsicles are made with just 4 ingredients and no artificial flavors whatsoever! The perfect treat for all year around.

Creamy Coconut Popsicles

  • Servings: 6
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Rating: ★★★★★
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  1. 1 (13.5 oz can) full fat coconut milk
  2. 1 cup sweetened shredded coconut flakes
  3. 1 (14 oz can) sweetened condensed milk
  4. 1 cup heavy cream
  5. pinch of salt


  1. Mix the coconut milk, shredded coconut, condensed milk, and heavy cream until all the ingredients are mixed.
  2. Pour the mixture evenly into each popsicle mold.
  3. Freeze the popsicles for 2 hours or until they are semi firm and then insert wooden sticks in the center.
  4. Continue to freeze for at least an additional 4 hours (overnight is best).
  5. To remove from mold, run the base of the mold under warm water.

Author: MyYellowApron

I’m scrappy, weird and goofy. I’m a snob when it comes to a LOT of things.., Mainly – coffee, wine and chocolates. I laugh loud and yell louder. I run fast, but walk slow. I love walking long walks with a hot mug of coffee held tight between my hands. I have lonely eyes and a kind heart. I forgive but rarely forget. I remember the silliest of things and forget important matters. I love to run, read, cook and entertain. I draw inspirations from anything and everything aesthetic. There are numerous people who have and still continue to enrich my life in many good ways. I will remain indebted to them – Always. My dad is my biggest fan when it comes to cooking. I could see his eyes light up every time I serve something. My mom’s agility and affectionate nature that reflects on her food is something I’m still trying to master. Travel fascinates me amongst other things. Leave me in Venice and I would get lost in its timeless beauty – The canals. The piazzas. The art. The espresso. Leave me in NYC and I would tirelessly walk the length and breadth of the city (after all, There is always something open 24 hours a day). Through this blog, I am hoping to bring in my passion and love for a few things – Cooking, Travel, Kids, Coffee, Clothes and in the interim learn more myself. Hope I am able to do justice to my PASSION.

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