Berry & Coconut Cream Icy Poles

This recipe was inspired by the incredible hot weather Sydney experienced last Friday! It’s perfect for helping you cool down and is a much healthier alternative to store bought icy poles. You can use any fruit you like, this would work beautifully with mango and pineapple.

Happy sprouting, baking and cooking!

x Danielle

Berry & Coconut Cream Icy Poles


2 cups frozen strawberries*

2 tbs coconut palm sugar, honey or sweetener of choice

1/2 cup coconut milk

1/4 cup water

1/2 cup coconut milk

1/2 tsp vanilla bean powder

1 tbs coconut palm sugar, honey or sweetener of choice


Add strawberries, coconut palm sugar, coconut milk and water to food processor.

Blend for a minute until smooth and creamy. Spoon into each icy poly mould, making sure you only fill them up by 2/3.

Leave a 1/3 for the cream mixture.

Add coconut milk, vanilla bean powder and coconut palm sugar to a small jug and mix with a spoon until combined.

Pour into each icy pole mould and set in the freezer for 8 hours.

* It’s important the strawberries are frozen, it helps create the distinct layer between the strawberries and cream. If the strawberries are fresh the layer will be too runny and when you add the cream layer it will all mix together. It will still taste fantastic but it won’t look as pretty!

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