By Mikekey on January 13, 2010
Photo by awalde
Photo by awalde
"Cool and refreshing treat for summertime. Yield depends on size of popsicle holders. Mine are the kind with a plastic handle and stick and hold about 3 ounces. You can also use 3-oz paper bathroom cups and popsicle sticks. From "A Taste of Thai" products. The original recipe calls for 1/2 cup sugar but I found that too sweet. You can use Lite coconut milk and Splenda, also."
Serving Size: 1 (136 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Oh Lordy these are soooo good! next time I'm going to make these using strawberries, I put the mixture into a pan as I didn't have any freezer pop holders, I am going to make this many times again, soo good, thanks Mike!"
"OMG, these are delicious. I tasted it before putting them in the freezer and decided that half of this was going to be a smoothie for me. The other half went in the freezer for pops for later. This tastes like raspberry sherbert. YUMMY! Thanks for sharing, will make this again, even when the kids are not visiting."
"For my children and for PRMR we enjoyed these highly delicious pops very much. This gives a change from the usual ones and WE LOVE COCONUT! As we have a lot of berries this is a new and healthy way to use them.
Thanks a lot for sharing this recipe!"
"Definitely a winner, especially now that the weather has warmed up (well, for the most part, anyway)! Very tasty & satisfying! Will make these again, for sure! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Went to the Market recipe tag]"
"Cool. I used a cheap Thai coconut milk, fresh raspberries, a little extra sugar because I was afraid my freshly squeezed lime juice was a little sour. I strained out the seeds with a fine sieve which took a while. This would have made 2 thin pop containers worth but since I had only one container we had the rest as a smoothie which was yummy. Maybe I will make these again. Made for Please Review My Recipe ~ ~ ~ from April 25 -"