With bananas, pineapple and mango, these homemade Tropical Popsicles are the perfect summer treat! You’ll never need another tropical popsicle recipe!
Well, spring in Florida seems to really be much more like summer. It is consistently in the 90s down here, making the desire for a fruity popsicle at an all-time high.
I have determined that I think this make-frozen-“yogurt”-out-of-frozen-bananas thing is an utter myth. Last time I tried, I ended up with a very delicious smoothie. This time I tried and ended up with what COULD have been another delicious smoothie, but I decided to try and turn it into a delicious tropical-flavored popsicles.
I have a Zoku maker which I received from Dave’s stepmom last year, but for whatever reason, I never used it last summer. The freezer part has been hanging out in the door of the freezer for 9 months now, and I look at it probably five times a day when I go in there… but I forgot about it??
Anyway. this worked out SO well for popsicles. It was like eating a healthy pina colada.
If you liked these Coconut Tropical Popsicles, you’re going to love these other frozen summer treats:
- Prosecco Popsicles and 5 Great Other Poptails for Summer
- Magic Shell Frozen Yogurt Pops
- Vanilla Rainbow Ice Cream
- Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Popsicles
Tools needed to make these healthy Tropical Popsicles:
- Obviously you are going to need a popsicle mold for this recipe. I really like this silicone mold because it makes for easy clean up!
- The only other thing you really need is a good blender to puree all of the fruit into a smooth base for the popsicles.
With bananas, pineapple and mango, these homemade Tropical Popsicles are the perfect summer treat! You'll never need another tropical popsicle recipe!
- 4 frozen bananas
- 2 cups fresh pineapple
- 1 mango
- 2 T creme de coconut
- Place all ingredients in a blender. Puree until smooth, pushing the ingredients into the blades with a tamper if necessary.
- Divide the mixture between prepared popsicle molds and freeze until firm.