3 Ingredient Coconut Pineapple Popsicles

Heather Dessinger

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Remember when I told you about grown-up ice cream vs. adult ice cream, and the need to label beauty products that are kept in the fridge? (Lotion may look like mayo, but it does NOT taste like it!)

Well, you won’t need those tips today. Though they taste like creamy piña colada, these homemade pineapple popsicles don’t contain any rum. They’re totally safe to leave unmarked and unattended in the freezer . . . or maybe not if you want some for yourself.

Though these coconut pineapple popsicles taste like a not-safe-for-kids creamy piña colada, they don’t contain any rum. They’re totally safe to leave unattended in the freezer . . . or maybe not if you want some for yourself. :) Oh, and they only take 5 minutes of hands-on time to make!

Like many of my favorite recipes – homemade ketchup, sour gummy snacks, strawberry chia seed jam and garlicky fermented radishes, for example – this recipe only takes five minutes of hands-on time. I hope you love them as much as we do!

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4.23 from 18 votes

Coconut and Pineapple Popsicles

This recipe makes approximately 27 fluid ounces, or 3 1/3 cups liquid. My popsicle molds hold 1/3 cup each, so this batch made 10 popsicles.
Course Dessert
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 5 minutes
Calories 0kcal
Author Mommypotamus


  • popsicle mold
  • popsicle sticks



  • Place all ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth. Pour mixture in popsicle mold and freeze until solid.


Calories: 0kcal | Carbohydrates: 0g | Protein: 0g | Fat: 0g | Saturated Fat: 0g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0g | Trans Fat: 0g | Cholesterol: 0mg | Sodium: 0mg | Potassium: 0mg | Fiber: 0g | Sugar: 0g | Vitamin A: 0IU | Vitamin C: 0mg | Calcium: 0mg | Iron: 0mg
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Want More Popsicle Recipes?

Here are a few of my favorites:

1. Fudge Pudding Pops – This recipe is made with magnesium-rich cocoa butter, collagen building gelatin, and creamy, anti-oxidant rich avocado.

2. Watermelon Popsicles – These Popsicles + Hot Summer Days = Bliss

Weird Fact: Watermelon is the official state VEGETABLE of Oklahoma. It’s also classified as a fruit. Now you have to make this recipe because it’s an educational experience, right?

3. Key Lime Pie Popsicles – Sweet, tangy lime goodness with no refined ingredients and a five minute prep time. These are one of my kids favorites!

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Heather is a holistic health educator, herbalist, DIYer, Lyme and mold warrior. Since founding Mommypotamus.com in 2009, Heather has been taking complicated health research and making it easy to understand. She shares tested natural recipes and herbal remedies with millions of naturally minded mamas around the world. 

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28 thoughts on “3 Ingredient Coconut Pineapple Popsicles”

    • Yes, but you might want to add an extra cup or so. I tried it with both fresh and frozen and found that fresh made fewer popsicles even when I used the same measurements. I think that’s because pineapple shrinks a bit when it freezes.

    • You definitely can, but you might want to add an extra cup or so. I tried it with both fresh and frozen and found that fresh made fewer popsicles even when I used the same measurements. I think that’s because pineapple shrinks a bit when it freezes.

      • 5 stars
        It was delicious. I used fresh pineapple, same ratio and it worked out fine. No honey and just a few drops of vanilla extract instead of the full measure called out on the recipe

        • Sounds yum going to try it with frozen mango. The Garlic fermented radish you mentioned is there a recipe please.

      • 5 stars
        The recipe calls for frozen, but I’ve been making popsicles using these ingredients for years and fresh, frozen and canned all work. I usually use the ones canned in juice only, but I drain it so it doesn’t get too icy. It’s fun to swap some of the pineapple for berries, mangoes etc.

        • Thank You So Much for answering my question…I can my own fresh pineapple, so I can use that… Fresh raspberries etc sound great, too ! :}

  1. 5 stars
    Hello Mommypotamus,

    Thanks for sharing. This looks great and we will definately try it. We just bought an icy-pop mould, very exciting. My 3 yo loves to try pouring the purees in the moulds…. and of course, I love cleaning the messes…? but I love the fact that they are getting the good stuff.

    I might use coconut flower sugar… apparantly it has a really low GI.

    Cheers from Mammabear

  2. I have a general question about the use of coconut milk. When a recipe says “coconut Milk” do you mean the canned Coconut Milk, or the refrigerated coconut milk in the dairy section of the grocery store?? Can you use either one or will it make a difference?? I usually use the canned to try to stay away from the “other” ingredients in the refrigerated milk. Didn’t know if this would change the consistency or flavor?

  3. I’m trying to make these; I used canned coconut milk. I can’t get them smooth in my high power blender. Maybe I was supposed to use coconut milk in a carton?

    • Canned coconut milk will work. I suppose “smooth” is a rather subjective term – when it’s thoroughly pureed it’s ready to be poured. 🙂

  4. 5 stars
    The coconut pineapple popsicles are divine! I only froze about half; the rest didn’t make it into the freezer because we ate it straight out of the blender. So good, and I love how simple and healthy this recipe is.

  5. Still wondering about your popsicle molds. Been looking for one to purchase lately. Where did you get yours?!

  6. 5 stars
    You are so very Awesome. I read your blog all of the time. I have learned a lot from you and I think you’re Beautiful.