Easy 4 ingredient Raspberry Popsicles are here, just in time for summer! These healthy popsicles are creamy, refreshing, and naturally sweetened. With summer just around the corner, we all need to have a healthy and simple recipe to keep us feeling cool. The best part is that you only need 4 ingredients to make these ice-cold pops. An added bonus is that this recipe is completely refined-sugar-free! The raspberries and dates are what sweeten the popsicles. So this frozen treat is completely guilt-free! They will make your tongue super red and it will make you feel like a kid again. But watch out for the red moustache, cause let’s be honest, that is never fun at any age. So let’s get messy in the kitchen because these coconut popsicles are bound to hit the spot!
Why You’ll Love these Raspberry Coconut Popsicles
- You only need 4 ingredients to make these healthy popsicles. Coconut milk, frozen raspberries, dates and vanilla. THAT’S IT.
- There are no questionable ingredients in these raspberry popsicles. Safe, healthy, and delicious, #winning. I’m a total sucker for any recipe that is refined-sugar free. I still indulge in coconut sugar and maple syrup but when recipes are sweetened with just fruit, I find nothing sits weird with my stomach. These healthy popsicles are light yet creamy and super refreshing.
- These vegan popsicles are quick and easy to throw together. The waiting time is the tough part, but save a few drops of the blended mixture and sip on that while you wait! You will need to invest in a popsicle mould but they are super affordable if you are buying the plastic kind and you can find them at most grocery stores, online or at home stores. If you want a more sustainable mould, there are stainless steel ones out there but they are pricier. Either way, they are a good little tool to have on hand. For the mom’s out there, this is a simple recipe that would be fun to make with the kiddos!
how to make healthy popsicles
When making these raspberry popsicles you will need a popsicle mould (which are quite affordable) and a high-speed blender. You start by adding the coconut milk and the dates (pits removed) to the blender. Once the dates are mostly broken down, add the frozen raspberries and the vanilla. Blend this mixture until it’s smooth. Then you transfer the raspberry mixture into 6 popsicle moulds, filling them close to the top.
These healthy popsicles need to freeze for at least 3 hours and then they are ready to enjoy! I suggest letting them sit out for a few minutes to soften up a little, but it’s not necessary. The process is super easy and straightforward and these coconut popsicles are way healthier than any you will find at the grocery store.
These homemade fruit popsicles are such an easy dessert to have on hand. Either for a hot day or just when you want something to satisfy your sweet tooth. They only take 3 hours to set, so you can make them in the morning and they will be ready for the hot afternoon. These vegan popsicles are simply sweetened with raspberries and a few dates, no added weird stuff- so that’s a win!
These ice-cold treats remind me of a raspberry creamsicle. You know those yummy popsicles you’d get at the gas station (back in the day) that are more creamy than icy? Well, the coconut milk in these healthy popsicles adds a lovely smooth creaminess without being an overbearing flavour. Side note, before the raspberry coconut popsicle mixture is frozen, it makes for a pretty yummy smoothie. I may have been caught licking the blender to get every last drop of the mixture. But I mean, I didn’t want anything to go to waste right?
Looking for more frozen treats? Try these!
- Blueberry Smoothie Bowl
- Classic Vegan Ice Cream Sandwiches
- Strawberry Hibiscus Margaritas
- Orange Creamsicle Popsicles
These sweet little raspberry vegan popsicles are dreamy to the max. They truly are the perfect summer treat as they are easy to throw together, thirst-quenching, and naturally sweetened. It’s so nice getting home from the beach knowing that there is a refreshing treat just waiting for you in the freezer. This recipe only makes 6 popsicles so if you know your family will gobble them all up in one day, just double the recipe. These raspberry popsicles are sure to save your butt when that summer heatwave comes.
Creamy Raspberry Popsicles
- 1 can Coconut Milk Full Fat from a can ( I used Thai Kitchen Brand)
- 2 cups Frozen Raspberries
- 5 medjool dates (pits removed)
- 1 tsp vanilla
- Note: You will need a popsicle mould for this recipe.
- Blend the coconut milk and dates together first, in a high-speed blender.
- Add the frozen raspberries and vanilla. Blend until completely smooth at a high speed.
- Pour into your popsicle moulds. Freeze for 3 hours.
- Check the popsicles after 3 hours, they should be completely frozen.
- Store in the freezer and enjoy!