Recipe Directions

Blend all ingredients in high speed blender. Freeze in popsicle trays until solid. Enjoy!

Cranberry's Thoughts

I wanted to make a popsicle that was close as I can get to a coconut popsicle I had tried when I was eating cooked. So when we had young coconuts, and it was almost 101 degrees out, I came up with these. Enjoy!

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Glad you liked them, Paige!

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oh man I made these, and its now my favorite summer dessert. For sure. Thanks!

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Hi Sid23,

I know! I LOVE the Dryer's coconut popsicles, so I came up with these, without the corn syrup, skim milk, and cane sugar.

I think making the rest into an ice cream would be great! If you do, let me know how it turns out!

Cranberry

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I just made this and they are freezing now. i am totally psyched! i loved the Dryer's coconut popsicles! I had a lot left over (my pop tray lost a few handles. You think I could half freeze this and mix it and freeze it to kinda make ice cream? Any ideas with that? The recipe is great, Cranberry!

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Aren't these great! I've been making these for a few years now (minus the dried coconut). I also make these with blended fruit (strawberries, raspberries, peaches, etc....). Any fruit works - I love these!

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