If you’re like me, you need no excuse to consume ice cream or lollies and will happily do so even in the depths of winter.
However, if you are a bit odd and only like to munch on frozen treats in the summer, then here is a super simple recipe to keep you cool in the heat (if the sun comes back out that is…).
Peanut & Coconut Popsicles
Firstly, collect your ingredients. I used a can of whole fat coconut milk, 2 tbsp of peanut butter (make sure there is no palm oil!) and some agave nectar.
If you don’t have agave nectar you could use honey or maybe a pinch of sugar. Or if you are one of the lucky ones who doesn’t have much of sweet tooth, skip the sweetener altogether.
Then all you have to do is mix everything really well together:
Then pour in to your lolly moulds and freeze overnight. Finito!
If you wanted to be really adventurous, you could remove the frozen lollies, dip them in some melted chocolate and return to the freezer for a short while – extra indulgence!
There are some other exciting ideas for popsicle/lolly flavours here if you fancy getting even more experimental.
Just be careful you don’t get mauled down when arriving to a bbq with these in hand…
13 thoughts on “My popsicles bring all the boys to the yard… – Vegan Ice Lollies Recipe”
Yum! I agree, only eating ice cream in summer is a ridiculous idea! Is about 30 degrees here in the midlands today, so may have to mosey on down to buy some lolly moulds 😉
These look so good – I’m sold on anything with peanut butter in, we’ll definitely give these a try!
Good stuff; let us know how they turn out! – Shonette
The sun is back everyone! Get in the kitchen and make some sweet treats!
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Wow, thank you so much! X
oh yes! These look the biz. So easy & delish [and glad to see you’re on board with boycotting evil palm oil]. Bookmarking.
That’s very kind, glad you like the recipe! – Shonette x
These popsicles sound good! Love that chocolate dipping idea.
Yes – a bit of chocolate always improves anything! I think maybe caramel or sprinkles could work well too 🙂 – Shonette
Love this peanut butter idea!
Very simple but very tasty!