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2-Ingredient Pineapple Popsicles

Any day can feel like a tropical vacation with these ridiculously easy, creamy, two-ingredient pineapple popsicles! Keep the pineapple kick going with a pineapple cooler.

Pineapple Popsicles

In case you hadn’t already picked up on this, I’m an ice cream fan. Fan? Maybe fanatic. Nah, that makes me sound like a crazy person. Let’s go with ice cream enthusiast

But sometimes I don’t want ice cream (shocking, I know). Sometimes I want fruit. But not just fruit… I want an experience.

I want to be eating something that will give me the illusion that I’ve been swept away to a tropical island, surrounded by palm trees and sand. Happy and relaxed, settled into a chair on the beach with the sun on my face.

That’s a lot to ask of fruit, but I’ve found that it can be done.

Pineapple Popsicles

Enter the easiest popsicle I’ve ever made: Pineapple Popsicles. All you need are two ingredients, a food processor or high powered blender (aff link), and popsicle molds. The hardest part about this recipe is the waiting. Lordy, the waiting.

The first step is waiting for the pineapple chunks to freeze, and the last is waiting for the popsicles to freeze. This is when time travel would be extremely convenient. Can someone work on that and get back to me, please? I’ll owe you.

I made these using these Zoku popsicle molds (aff link). They’re the perfect size for me, they have a drip guard, and cleaning them is super easy. To release the popsicles from the casing, I just have to run them under hot water for a few seconds and then it pops right out without any problem at all. 

Pineapple Popsicles

If you can cope with the waiting, these are so worth it. I promise you. They’re creamy and smooth, and it tastes like a tropical vacation. Seriously. That’s really the only way I can describe it.

It brings me right back to my vacations in St. Croix and Hawaii, and there’s no reason you shouldn’t take a quick mental trip to the beach yourself. Grab a chair outside in the sun, close your eyes, and eat one of these bad boys.

You’ll start hearing the waves and island music in no time.

Pineapple Popsicles

After you’ve made this recipe, please leave a comment below with a rating – and if you came from Pinterest, add a photo to the Pin of what you make to the pin to share your experience!

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2-Ingredient Pineapple Popsicles


  • Author: Leslie Kiszka
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Cook Time: 8 hours
  • Total Time: 8 hours 5 minutes
  • Yield: 6 popsicles 1x
  • Diet: Gluten Free

Description

Any day can feel like a tropical vacation with these ridiculously easy, creamy, two-ingredient pineapple popsicles!


Ingredients

Scale
  • 1 whole pineapple, cut into chunks and frozen
  • 114 ounce can coconut milk (unsweetened or sweetened)

Instructions

  1. Place frozen pineapple and coconut milk in food processor (or blender (aff link), if yours is powerful enough) until smooth and thick.
  2. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze until solid. Enjoy!

Notes

Coconut milk: You can use unsweetened or sweetened depending on your personal preference (and how sweet you find your pineapple to be).

Note: Depending on the size of your molds, you might have leftover pineapple mixture. If that’s the case, stick it in the fridge and make a second batch!

  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: No Bake
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: pineapple popsicles, fruit popsicles, frozen pineapple

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Margaret

Sunday 26th of July 2020

Question do you use unsweetened coconut mile?

Leslie Kiszka

Sunday 26th of July 2020

I usually do, but you could use sweetened depending on your personal preference (and how sweet you find your pineapple to be).

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