Tropical Popsicles

Tropical Popsicles are such a fun and easy way to incorporate more fruit into your child’s diet. Making them yourself means you can also limit how much added sugar/sweetener gets used, as most store bought popsicles are full of refined sugars. This recipe does not contain any added sweeteners as the fruit I’ve used is sweet enough.

Tropical Popsicles are perfect as an after school snack and is an easy way to get the kids interested in helping in the kitchen.

Happy sprouting, baking and cooking!

x Danielle

Tropical Popsicles


Layer 1:

120g frozen passionfruit pulp
100g frozen mango pieces
50g coconut yoghurt
½ banana
3 tbs water

Layer 2:

200g frozen pineapple
50g coconut yoghurt
½ banana
3 tbs water


Prepare your popsicle moulds and set aside.

Add the ingredients for the first layer into a food processor and blend for 2 minutes until smooth.

Divide this mixture between your 6 popsicle moulds, you should have enough mixture to fill each of them up half way.

Now add the ingredients for your second layer to the food processor and blend until smooth.

Use this mixture to top up each popsicle mould.

Pop the stick and the lid on each popsicle and put in the freezer overnight.

These will keep very well in the freezer for up to 1 month.

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