Whole30 Popsicles

Whole30 Popsicles

How to make Whole30 Popsicles with coconut and fruit flavors! During the warmer months our family enjoys cold treats like ice cream, popsicles, drum sticks, and frozen yogurt. In trying to keep these treat choices healthy, I wanted to make them something they can cool off with but it wouldn’t add too much sugar to their day! For more Whole 30 Weight Loss Recipes click here to read.

These Whole30 Popsicles are made with coconut water and fresh organic fruits. In the images, I used a typical can of coconut water that can be sourced pretty easily BUT if you are following the Whole30 Diet then you need to try your best to find coconut water that is completely natural and organic with not added ingredients. Maybe you can even make your own Coconut Water!

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Popsicle Form / molds

Coconut Water organic

Fruit of choice organic

  • Kiwi
  • Strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Grapes
  • Melon

Step 1: Gather up supplies, I found the popsicle mold form at the local dollar store.

Step 2: Place Fruit into the popsicle molds, leave room for the ‘stick’ of popsicle.

Step 3: Pour in organic Coconut Water, try not to fill to top since liquid will expand during the freezing process.

Coconut water fruit popsicles Whole30- SWEET HAUTE pin now!Step 4: Then put them into the freezer until set.

TIP: To make them freeze a little quicker, place them on top of a large ice pack inside the freezer.

freezer Whole30 popsiclesStep 5: Once they are set, place on counter top for a few minutes before trying to remove them from the popsicle form mold.

Coconut Whole30 Popsicles- SWEET HAUTE

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31 thoughts on “Whole30 Popsicles”

  • I definitely want to make these Christina. They look so fresh, healthy and yummy. I love all fruit! Thanks for sharing. =)

  • Linda Manns Linneman says:

    Such a refreshing, healthy snack on our hot humid summer days. Thank you so much for sharing this

  • These look so delicious. I have actually been meaning to buy some popsicle molds I just keep forgetting. I was planning on regular water- I will definitely have to use coconut water! Yum! xo

    • they came out really delicious when using the Coconut water too Starla!

  • johnhutchens1 says:

    These popsicles look very good. My kids would like the fruit in them and I like that this is a healthier treat . I look forward to trying these.

  • Wow, these look so yummy! I could really get the grand kids liking fruit with these!!

  • This is a great way to ensure my kids stay hydrated. Coconut water base is perfect. I usually use lemonade but don’t like all the additional sugar.

    • Thank you for visiting! This coconut water was yummy compared to other brands…

  • Oh wow these sound just heavenly. Thank you for sharing!

  • I need to make them, they are perfect for the Spring weather we are experiencing in South Africa

  • clojo9372 says:

    This is definitely a healthy snack. I am trying to incorporate more fruit into my diet and this is a great way to do that. I love the pictures, very bright and colorful! 🙂

  • Jeena Bittenbender says:

    Anything cold and healthy is a win!! My daughter cut sugar from my oldest Grandsons diet, it affects his moods severly. I am going to share this recipe with her. He’ll love that it’s a popsicle and won’t even realize it has no added sugar. Thank you for sharing this.

    • great idea…I try and limit sugar for our children as well and so far I’ve noticed a difference in their skin, muscle tone, energy, and mood! Eliminating simple carbs {which also turns into sugar} is a helpful hint too.

  • Lyndsey R. says:

    Ohh man! These look fantastic. I bet pineapple and mango would be soo good!

  • Wow! I am going to dive into these. I love anything that has coconut.

  • I love this idea, kiwi is one of my favourite fruits! Thank you!

  • Jerry Marquardt says:

    These look truly refreshing for these summer months. I can’ it to make these special treats. Thanks for the instructions on making them.

    • thank you Jerry for visiting, happy you want to try and make these!

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