Want something that is refreshing, looks gorgeous and reminds you of being on a tropical island vacation? Me too! That’s why I created these Strawberry Pina Colada Popsicles this past week.
I’ve always loved popsicles. No matter what your age, these strawberry pina colada popsicles are sure to be a Summer hit!
Psst… I’ve provided the ingredients to make a ‘classic’ version (with alcohol) or a non-alcoholic version. And with only 5 ingredients, they are really easy and quick to make.
Don’t these strawberry pina colada popsicles look yummy? And they are light and creamy, just like the original frosty drink.
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Notes and tips for Strawberry Pina Colada Popsicles:
Making strawberry pina colada popsicles are very simple and hard to mess up, but there are a few things that will take your popsicles up a notch.
- Freeze for the win. Freeze pineapple chunks to get a thicker consistency.
- Get the mix look. You’re going to use one of your popsicle sticks to push the strawberries down into each mold.
- Be a virgin, or not. By using rum extract rather than real rum, you get a virgin, non-alcoholic version that the kiddos can enjoy too.
- Favorite mold. My favorite popsicle maker mold seen below is by Progressive and can be purchased HERE.
So if you’re looking for a simple, refreshing, fun popsicle that’s perfect for Summer, these delicious strawberry pina colada popsicles are amazing. Enjoy!
Strawberry Pina Colada Popsicles
If you’re looking for a simple, refreshing, fun popsicle that’s perfect for Summer, these delicious strawberry pina colada popsicles are amazing. Enjoy!
- 13.5 oz Coconut Milk full-fat
- 5.4 oz Coconut Cream
- 1 1/2 cup Frozen Pineapple Chunks
- 1 Tablespoon Rum Extract or 2 oz Rum for an alcoholic version
- 16 oz Frozen Strawberries in syrup, thawed.
Place coconut milk, coconut cream, frozen pinapple chunks and rum (extract for the non-alcoholic version) in blender. Puree until the pineapple chunks are mostly blended.
Pour mixture into popsicle molds about two-thirds full.
Spoon the strawberries out of the thawed syrup into the popsicle molds, filling it close to the top. Note: Use a popsicle stick to push the strawberries down into the molds (to get the mixed look seen in the photo).
Place a popsicle stick in the center of each pop.
Freeze at least 3 hours.
To un-mold; run water over aluminum lid to easily remove frozen popsicles.
There are so many flavor combinations you could make into popsicles. Let me know in the comments below, if there’s something you think I should try – you might just see it pop up here on the blog.
I doubt this will be the last popsicle recipe you see here! Haha