Coconut water popsicles

Beat the summer heat with these mouthwatering coconut water popsicles. Try out these easy and healthy recipes to enjoy a refreshing and guilt-free dessert.
Coconut water is hydrating and nutritious, so why not use it to make some rainbow fruit popsicles! These coconut water popsicles are perfect for kids this summer Water Popsicles, Coconut Water Popsicles, Fruit Popsicle Recipes, Fruit Popsicles, Rainbow Fruit, Homemade Popsicles, Starters Recipes, Delicious Fruit, Proper Nutrition

Coconut Water Popsicles ⋆ Sugar, Spice and Glitter

A delicious fruit popsicle recipe that is incredibly refreshing and colorful, these Coconut Water Popsicles are great for keeping kids hydrated and happy this summer! Rainbow Popsicles Recipe Coconut water is incredibly hydrating, with 10 times the amount of potassium of normal sports drinks (helping balance electrolytes and lower sodium), more calcium and magnesium than...

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Jill Stoel
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Coconut Water Fruit Popsicles

Who doesn’t like ice pops in the summer heat? This summer especially! Between the heat and cost of food, everyone is looking for convenient ways to get the most out of what they’ve got and stay cool while doing it. Nick, my husband, and I are determined to use any and all fruit that we’ve invested in during this growing season. In years past, we’ve had a bit of a habit of forgetting things in the fridge cavern.

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Linda *
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Summer Coconut Water Fruit Popsicles

Homemade real Fruit Popsicles are made with coconut water, strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. These are refreshing low-sugar treats for hot summer days. But you can certainly mix it up and make these creamy, sweeter, or to your tastes. With an inexpensive popsicle mold and 10 minutes of time, you can have popsicles waiting in your freezer in about 3 hours.

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Angelica Carbajal