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Blueberry Coconut Ice Pop Recipe [Paleo, Dairy-Free, AIP]

Louise Hendon | May 3
Paleo blueberry coconut ice pop recipe

These blueberry coconut ice pops are amazing for welcoming in the summer! They’re super easy to make and delicious to eat. Plus, it’s completely dairy-free, all-natural, and Paleo!

Blueberry Coconut Ice Pop Recipe [Paleo, Dairy-Free, AIP]

Start with the blueberries – you can use frozen blueberries or fresh blueberries.
Blueberry Coconut Ice Pop Paleo Recipe Dairy-Free

Add the blueberries, raw honey, and coconut milk to the blender (for a small amount use a magic bullet blender instead).
Blueberry Coconut Ice Pop Paleo Recipe Dairy-Free

Add in the lemon juice.
Blueberry Coconut Ice Pop Paleo Recipe Dairy-Free

Then add in the salt (vanilla bean salt is even better – I really like this Jacobsen brand that Julie from Nourish Balance Thrive introduced me to).
Jacobsen vanilla bean salt

Blend well and pour into the ice pop molds. Optional – sprinkle in some coconut flakes. Taste the mixture and add in more of any ingredients if you want.
Blueberry Coconut Ice Pop Paleo Recipe Dairy-Free

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Freeze for 4+ hours and enjoy! (Tip – rinse the outside of the ice pop molds in hot water for a few minutes and the ice pops will come out easily).
Blueberry Coconut Ice Pop Paleo Recipe Dairy-Free

This recipe makes two 2.5 oz ice pops, but you can easily scale this recipe so you can have ice pops ready for the hot days.

Blueberry Coconut Popsicles Paleo Recipe Dairy-Free, AIP

Blueberry Coconut Popsicles Recipe [Paleo, Dairy-Free, AIP]
 
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Serves: 2 (2.5 oz pops)
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Blend all the ingredients together well (I used a magic bullet blender for this small batch).
  2. Taste the mixture and add more of any ingredient you want.
  3. Pour into ice pop molds (this recipe makes two 2.5 oz bars). Make sure there's a bit of space left over as the mixture will expand when it freezes.
  4. Freeze for 4+ hours. When ready to eat, run the ice pop mold for a few minutes under hot water to make it easier to pull the ice pops out.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 bar Calories: 102 Fat: 7g Carbohydrates: 10g Sugar: 7g Sodium: 11mg Protein: 1g