Cherries and Cream Popsicles

cherries and cream popsicles memePopsicles are a healthy, low-sugar treat for those hot summer days and are very easy to make.  There are lots of different options for popsicle molds.  I thought having just one set would be plenty, but when that one is full of popsicles in the freezer, you can’t make more until you eat the first set!  That’s not usually a problem, but here are some different options for you to try:

These stainless steel popsicle molds are hard to beat and protect your popsicles from chemicals leaching out of the plastic.

This silicone ice pop set is a more affordable alternative to plastic, but they’re not great for photos ;-)

These are the popsicle molds I’ve had hanging around forever and used in this recipe.

I’ve used liquid stevia to sweeten these popsicles, but feel free to use raw honey instead.

Blend 4 cups pitted organic cherries with 3 drops stevia until a smooth puree forms.

Stir 1 teaspoon vanilla and 4 drops of stevia into 2 cups coconut milk (make your own here).
Pour 1-2 tablespoons of cherry puree into each popsicle mold.  Follow with 1 tablespoon of coconut milk mixture.  Continue alternating cherries and coconut milk until popsicle molds are filled to just below the lip.  Insert popsicle “sticks” and freeze.

 

 

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