Coconut Water - Mixed Fruit Popsicle

I was thinking about making popsicles using coconut water and was cracking my brains as to what combo would be liked by the kids. And Voila! I saw a Facebook post with a combo which was interesting. I was skeptical initially but then I thought if not the older one, the younger one would definitely like this!

So I went ahead and made this, put it in the freezer and offered to the kids when they came back from school. Surprise !! Surprise!! My older one liked it better! 

Later on she figured out that it had banana and so was very upset. She was like, "Amma you are so mean, you tricked me into eating and also liking banana". Ultimately she had to agree that banana is not always yucky and that I always strive to feed them healthy stuff. That was how my job for the day was done!!

Check out this easy recipe for Day 7 Week 3 of BM #27.

Ingredients - 

Tender Coconut Water 1/2 cup or more if needed
Banana, over ripe 1
Dates, pitted and chopped 2-3
Mixed fruits - Use the fruits your kids love and/or hate :)
I used {Mango, chopped 2-3 Tbsp, Strawberries, chopped 2 Tbsp, Blueberries 2 Tbsp}

Coconut Water - Mixed Fruit Popsicle

Method Of Preparation -

Blend the banana and chopped dates with a little coconut water into a smooth paste.

Mix in the remaining coconut water as needed to get a juice consistency.

Equally distribute the mango, strawberries and blueberries in each of the popsicle moulds. 

Pour the banana-date mixture on top of the chopped fruits and freeze for a few hours. 

To unmould - Run the popsicle holders in warm water for a few seconds and twist them out and let the kids have a blast!!

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.

Sending this to Srivalli's Kid's Delight series hosted by Pavani at Cooks Hideout.

Preparation Time 10 min + freezing time
Makes 6-8 popsicles
Posted by Harini R on Monday, April 22, 2013


  1. Never thought that pop-sickles could be made so interesting to eat as well as drink.

  2. Sunanda Says:
  3. Can i Pick one pleeeeassss? It looks so tempting..

    Sunandas Kitchen

  4. Priya Suresh Says:
  5. Thats wonderful your elder one loved this pops. Feel like relishing one rite now.

  6. Slurp! It looks so tempting!

  7. sujitha Says:
  8. Pops looks faboulous...

  9. Lovely and unique pops

  10. Unknown Says:
  11. great idea of using coconut water in the colour.

  12. Archana Says:
  13. Slurp! Even i want one of these.Look so yum.

  14. Rajani S Says:
  15. Thats a great idea. I should buy a set of popsicle moulds now to try these :-)

  16. Preety Says:
  17. super yumm pops

  18. Pavani Says:
  19. Lovely and colorful looking Popsicle. Very attractive to the kids.

  20. love the idea of coconut water..and these are a fav. with or grown ups..summer is the perfect time to relish them.

  21. Suma Gandlur Says:
  22. Addition of coconut water sounds interesting.
    I too was planning a fruit ice pop but sun god wasn't showing any mercy and had to give up the idea because of the winter weather we had. :)

  23. veena Says:
  24. oh wow!Love everything about this, the colour, the addition of coconut water and the popsicle by itself!!1

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