With these amazingly simple, creamy, two-ingredient pineapple popsicles, every day can seem like a tropical vacation! Maintain the pineapple theme with a pineapple cooler.
If you haven’t already guessed, I love ice cream. Fan? Maybe a zealot. It only makes me sound insane. Let’s go with ice cream lover.
Yet there are times when I don’t want ice cream (shocking, I know). I sometimes want fruit. Yet I want more than simply fruit; I want an experience.
I want to eat something that will make me feel like I’ve been whisked away to a tropical paradise surrounded by palm trees and beach. I sank onto a chair on the beach, happy and calm, with the sun on my face.
That’s a lot to expect of fruit, but I’ve discovered that it is possible.
Pineapple Popsicles are the simplest popsicle I’ve ever prepared. Just two items are required: a food processor or high-powered blender (aff link) and popsicle molds. The wait is the most difficult element of this dish. The agony of waiting.
The first stage is to freeze the pineapple chunks, and the final step is to freeze the popsicles. This is where time travel might come in handy. Could someone kindly look into that and get back to me? I’ll have to repay you.
I created these using Zoku popsicle molds (aff link). They’re the ideal size for me, feature a drip guard, and are really simple to clean. To remove the popsicles from the case, I just run them under hot water for a few seconds and they pop right out without a hitch.
If you can stand the wait, they are really worth it. I guarantee it. They’re creamy and silky, and they taste like you’re on a tropical vacation. Seriously. That’s just the only way I can put it.
It transports me back to my holidays in St. Croix and Hawaii, and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t take a mental journey to the beach as well. Close your eyes, sit outdoors in the sun, and devour one of these nasty boys.
In no time, you’ll be hearing the waves and island music.
- 2-Ingredient Pineapple Popsicles
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2-Ingredient Pineapple Popsicles
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- Molds for popsicles
- 1 frozen entire pineapple, chopped into bits
- 1-14 oz. can unsweetened or sweetened coconut milk
- Blend the frozen pineapple and coconut milk in a food processor (or blender, if you have one) until smooth and thick.
1 pineapple whole, 1-14 ounce can coconut milk
- Fill popsicle molds halfway with the mixture and freeze until firm. Enjoy!