Cherry Blast Popsicles (Dairy- and Sugar-Free)

It’s been so hot in Southern California, so I decided to make some super easy popsicles yesterday. I just blended together a can of coconut milk with some defrosted frozen cherries, plus some dried vanilla bean powder (or vanilla extract). I put some frozen wild blueberries in for extra flavor:

Cherry Blast Popsicles (dairy- and sugar-free) from Carrie on Living |

This treat is so perfect for a hot summer afternoon or evening:

Cherry Blast Popsicles (dairy- and sugar-free) from Carrie on Living |

Here’s the recipe:

Cherry Blast Popsicles
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 6-8
  1. Combine coconut milk, defrosted frozen cherries, vanilla, and dates in a blender and process until smooth. Divide the frozen blueberries into the popsicles trays and then pour the cherry/coconut mixtures into the trays. Freeze for at least four hours. You can also pour the mixture into plastic or paper cups with a spoon or wooden stick.

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  1. says

    Hey Carrie! These all look delish! I think I may have submitted my entry incorrectly. I linked my post to the HVF page on your website but my entry isn’t showing up in the thumbnails. Did I miss a step?

  2. Lyn E. says

    Thanks so much for the work you do in providing us with these great recipes. And the popsicle recipe sounds great.

    • says

      I know, right? I made a version of them yesterday, but they need some kind of sauce because they are a bit dry on their own. The flavor was awesome, though, and a great alternative to a sweet waffle.

  3. says

    Oh your popsicles sound great! I’m going to try them without dates… I need to get some molds first though.
    Glad you are enjoying your summer!!! Yay =)
    I like the sound of the voting system too! Shaking things up =)

  4. says

    I could do with a Cherry Blast Popsicle now 🙂 Sounds delicious!
    I’m sharing my Iced Pear Protein Smoothie – perfect after a workout or just as a healthy mid morning energy boost.
    Thanks for hosting.

  5. says

    HI Carrie,
    This sounds super easy to make and delicious. Sure would be refreshing and so healthy for a hot summer’s day. Thanks for sharing on Real Food Fridays. Pinned & tweeted!


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