Berry Coconut Pops

Berry Coconut Pops

There is a very short period of time around here in which you can find both locally grown ripe strawberries and blueberries at the same time, and I was lucky enough to come home with some recently and made these berry coconut pops with them.  They are really easy and delicious.  And, they are non-dairy if you are trying to avoid dairy.  And, in addition to all of that, they are pretty, and red, white, and blue – perfect for your upcoming Independence Day celebration.

Berry Coconut Pops

The recipe is almost not even a recipe.  I mean I didn’t even measure the blueberries and strawberries.  I just dropped some blueberries in the bottom of the popsicle molds and then sliced the strawberries and added them.  I ended up with about twice the amount of coconut mixture as I needed, so this mixture will make about twenty pops.  Of course, I only had molds for ten, so I froze the rest of the coconut mixture in a muffin tin thinking it would be great for pina colodas.  I’ll let you know how that turns out.  Anyway, I wrote the recipe for 20.

Also, the berries were a bit tart.  I like the contrast of the tartness against the sweet coconut, but if you want an overall sweetness, you could sprinkle the strawberries with sugar before adding them.

Berry Coconut Pops
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 20
  • 2 13.5 oz. cans coconut milk (I used one regular and one light.)
  • 1 15 oz. can cream of coconut
  • blueberries
  • strawberries, sliced
  1. Whisk together coconut milk and cream of coconut until well blended.
  2. Place a few blueberries in each mold. I put about 10 in each depending on the size of the berries.
  3. Place strawberry slices in the mold. I used about 2 berries for each pop, but my strawberries were small.
  4. Pour coconut mixture over the berries, filling to the fill line.
  5. Freeze until frozen.
  6. Unmold pops and eat.


This recipe was linked up on Southern Special with Spatulas on Parade.



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  1. says

    Michelle you are making such wonderful, delicious and healthy desserts. I absolutely love this recipe, I’m making it for grampy. I love the red, white and blue for Independence Day celebrations, although I will make this all year. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  2. says

    Michelle, these look amazing!! I seriously can’t wait to try them out for me and the boys. Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe!

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  3. says

    Michelle these are FANtastic and one of my host favorites from last weeks party. You’ll be featured tomorrow on my blog. Thanks for linking up to The Southern Special on Spatulas On Parade.

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  4. says

    Michelle these look FANTASTIC !!!
    I haven’t visited your blog for quite some time, and I couldn’t recognize it :)
    The change is amazing

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