Strawberries & Cream Popsicles {Dairy-Free, No Refined Sugar}

A photo of strawberries and cream popsicles with fresh strawberries on a table.


When the weather gets warmer, you need cold treats to keep cool. Skip the processed, sugar-laden pops at the store and make these easy Dairy Free Strawberries and Cream Popsicles instead!

Popsicle taste-testing? My kids love that! Even though my son isn’t a huge fan of coconut, he loves these yummy coconut milk-based pops bursting with strawberry goodness. Since my daughter adores anything coconut I knew she’d love them too.

No Refined Sugars In These Homemade Popsicles

While natural, unrefined sweeteners such as Wildly Organic Coconut Syrup are a wonderful choice, sometimes you need lower carb sweeteners. That’s why I chose Wildly Organic Coco Monkey for this recipe. Coco Monkey is a raw, organic sweetener made from inulin, coconut water, and monkfruit – it has zero grams of net carbs!

Of course, use any sweetener you prefer; just add to taste. Have fresh, juicy, locally-grown, in season strawberries? They’re often sweet enough on their own, meaning no need for extra sweeteners!

Wildly Organic Coconut Milk Powder Makes Strawberries and Cream Pops So Easy!

Depending on the capacity of your popsicle molds, a whole can of coconut milk may be too much. What do you do with the rest? If your house is like mine it often gets lost in the fridge and forgotten.

Wildly Organic Coconut Milk Powder is the perfect solution for such a dilemma. Simply make what you need – no worries about what to do with the excess coconut milk.

Then a quick whirl in the blender with the rest of the ingredients and you’ve got popsicle base ready for freezing. I based this recipe on the capacity of my 6-pop mold, which holds about 2 1/4 cups of liquid.

Here’s a tip for you: an easy way to determine how much liquid you need is fill each of your pop molds with water then pour into a glass measure. If you need more than 2 1/4 cups simply add more strawberries and reconstituted coconut milk to make up the difference. Then, adjust the amount of sweetener as necessary.

These easy dairy free popsicles freeze in about 4 hours. Weather forecast for tomorrow beastly hot? Making homemade popsicles the night before means you’re prepared. Because overheated kids don’t want to wait for sweet, cool relief, right?

How To Win At Parenting This Summer

These popsicles will make you a hero this summer. You can keep them in the freezer at all times for whenever you need them.

Making homemade popsicles with wholesome Wildly Organic ingredients means they’re great any time of day. Would you give your kids popsicles for breakfast? If that answer is no, shock them by handing these healthy, nutritious, Dairy Free Strawberries and Cream Popsicles to them at the breakfast table one hot summer morning.

Best. Parent. Ever.

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Strawberries and Cream Popsicles
When the weather gets warmer, you need cold treats to keep cool. Skip the processed, sugar-laden pops at the store and make these easy Dairy Free Strawberries and Cream Popsicles instead!
    Servings6 popsicles
    Prep Time7 minutes
    Passive Time4 hours or overnight
    1. Whisk together the boiling water and Wildly Organic Coconut Milk Powder until smooth.
    2. Add coconut milk and remaining ingredients to the jar of your blender.
    3. Pulse blender (or puree on lower speed) until well combined.
    4. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze for 4 hours, or overnight.
    5. To serve, hold the popsicle mold under hot running water to loosen the popsicle from the mold.

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