Creamy Coconut Cherry Popsicle
Serves: 8
  • Two cups frozen or fresh pitted cherries
  • One 15 oz. can full-fat coconut milk
  • ½ cup filtered water
  • Two scoops Paleo Protein- Vanilla
  • ¼-1/2 tsp. stevia or monk fruit
  1. Chop 1 cup cherries and divide them into the bottom of your popsicle containers.
  2. Put the other cup of cherries in the blender with water, coconut milk, and puree.
  3. Add protein powder to blender and give it a quick swirl, add stevia to taste.
  4. Lastly, pour the cherry and coconut puree into the molds.
  5. Add popsicle sticks, and be sure to push in far enough.
  6. Freeze for at least 6 hours.
  7. Wrap in wax paper and put it into ziplock to store in the freezer for individual use.
Due to the low natural sugar and not using refined sugar, these popsicles have a hard texture, but the flavor is satisfying. If your Popsicle mold has built-in stick handles that are not long and reach the bottom, I have found it hard to pull pops out when ready. I have used the good old fashioned wooden ones, and they were easier to pull out. Just firmly stick them into cherries allowing enough to stick out to hold.

It also helps to run water over the container to help loosen them when you are ready to eat one. I wasn't patient enough to let them sit out a few minutes, which does the trick too.

Keep in mind when using stevia, it is 300x more potent than sugar, so a little dash or two will do. Go slow until it reaches your desired sweetness. Please use organic ingredients when you can and enjoy the endless choices of fruits like peaches or even we loved adding lime juice and mint!
Recipe by Spoonful of Health Delicious Gluten Free Recipes, Paleo and FreeDiet approved at