marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

Marbled strawberry coconut popsicles

marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.commarbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

photos and recipe by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

I recently went to my friend’s city apartment and discovered that he was hiding a glorious, secret garden in his backyard! Not only did he have lemons, apples, rosemary and even sorrel, he had the ripest, juiciest, sweetest strawberries that were just waiting to be picked. He kindly let me “harvest” them and I proudly went home with my fresh, organic strawberries.

Of course, I knew I had to make something as beautiful as the strawberries were, so out came these refreshing strawberry coconut popsicles. I love them because they’re so beautiful, easy to make, and gluten free! 

marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

INGREDIENTS

    • 1/2 fresh sliced strawberries
    • 1 can coconut milk
    • 4 tablespoons sugar
    • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    • 1/2 tablespoon balsamic vinegar

strawberriesmarbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

In a small pan, add together the strawberries, 2 tablespoons sugar and balsamic vinegar. Gently heat it on low to medium heat, until the sugar dissolves and the sauce thickens (about 5-8 minutes). Remove from heat.

marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

While the strawberries are cooling, mix the coconut milk, rest of the sugar, and vanilla extract together. Then, gently warm it in a saucepan or microwave so that the sugar melts. If you’re using a microwave, nuke it for 30 secs. If in a small saucepan, heat on low for about 2-3 minutes.

marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

In your popsicle mold, add one layer of the strawberry mixture, followed by another layer of the coconut. Alternate the layers until the mold is full. Freeze for about 4-6 hours, or however long it takes for the popsicles to become solid.marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.commarbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

Enjoy! xx – Nanette

nanette

photos and recipe by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

Marbled strawberry coconut popsicles

marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.commarbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

photos and recipe by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

I recently went to my friend’s city apartment and discovered that he was hiding a glorious, secret garden in his backyard! Not only did he have lemons, apples, rosemary and even sorrel, he had the ripest, juiciest, sweetest strawberries that were just waiting to be picked. He kindly let me “harvest” them and I proudly went home with my fresh, organic strawberries.

Of course, I knew I had to make something as beautiful as the strawberries were, so out came these refreshing strawberry coconut popsicles. I love them because they’re so beautiful, easy to make, and gluten free! 

marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

INGREDIENTS

    • 1/2 fresh sliced strawberries
    • 1 can coconut milk
    • 4 tablespoons sugar
    • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    • 1/2 tablespoon balsamic vinegar

strawberriesmarbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

In a small pan, add together the strawberries, 2 tablespoons sugar and balsamic vinegar. Gently heat it on low to medium heat, until the sugar dissolves and the sauce thickens (about 5-8 minutes). Remove from heat.

marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

While the strawberries are cooling, mix the coconut milk, rest of the sugar, and vanilla extract together. Then, gently warm it in a saucepan or microwave so that the sugar melts. If you’re using a microwave, nuke it for 30 secs. If in a small saucepan, heat on low for about 2-3 minutes.

marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

In your popsicle mold, add one layer of the strawberry mixture, followed by another layer of the coconut. Alternate the layers until the mold is full. Freeze for about 4-6 hours, or however long it takes for the popsicles to become solid.marbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.commarbled strawberry coconut popsicle recipe | sugarandcloth.com

Enjoy! xx – Nanette

nanette

photos and recipe by Nanette of Cultural Chromatics

Comments

  • jewel7013

    07.17.14

    scrumptious!

  • April

    07.17.14

    I’m definitely giving this a try!

  • writingmonique

    07.18.14

    It looks delicious :) I wanna try this as well!

  • Kristy

    07.31.14

    Can you share the source for that amazing Popsicle mold! I love it.

  • Nan

    08.05.14

    Ohhh these look delicious! I just ordered a popsicle mold earlier this week online and was hoping to use it this weekend. This might have to be the first recipe i try!
    xo Nan
    Simply Elegant Blog

  • Linda

    08.27.15

    Your popsicles are beautiful, so in the mood for those now! Is that 1/2 pound of strawberries? TY!

  • Mark

    04.26.16

    Oh lordy this i have to try!

    • Ashley said:

      hope you love them, mark!

  • Emma

    08.29.17

    Hey I just want to check that it is 1/2 a cup of fresh strawberries? Looks delicious! I can’t wait to make it!

    • Emma said:

      I used two and a 1/2 cups of fresh strawberries and it worked out well just in case others were wondering :)

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