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Creamy Strawberry Popsicles (Paleo, Dairy-Free + Refined Sugar-Free)

Summer treats are the best! With all the fresh fruit in season, you hardly need to add sweeteners and everything is so fresh. These creamy strawberry popsicles are made with coconut milk, fresh strawberries and banana, and then we added in some superfoods! They’re a Paleo and dairy-free summer dessert your whole family will enjoy! 

Creamy strawberry popsicles with granola on the bottom and fresh strawberries

Summer On A Stick

Who doesn’t want a deliciously creamy dessert, especially one made with fresh and local fruits? Desserts and treats in the summer are the best because all the fresh produce is so flavorful and good that you don’t need much else to make a light, tasty and satisfying dessert. These creamy strawberry popsicles are basically summer on a stick!

Creamy strawberry popsicles with granola on the bottom and fresh strawberries

Popsicle Molds

Of course having a popsicle mold makes things a little easier, but you can get creative and use whatever you have on hand or can easily obtain. You can use things like dixie cups, small mason jars, etc. This is the actual mold we have from Amazon. Ours is a plastic mold, ugh…plastic. I know. At least it is BPA free though. I don’t recall this being an option when I was looking around for a mold before, but I even just found this stainless steel option on Amazon. So whether you’re using a mold or just have another handy option, go ahead and make these creamy strawberry popsicles for your family this summer!

Creamy strawberry popsicles with granola on the bottom and fresh strawberries on a plate.

Add Some Superfoods + Texture

Some local friends here from Laird Superfood have inspired us to add more superfoods into our cooking and kitchen creations. While we definitely love adding their superfood creamers to our morning beverages, we’ve been having fun finding other ways to use them in the kitchen. We added the Original Superfood Creamer to these popsicles which adds to the creaminess and also adds Aquamin, which is an excellent source of bioavailable calcium! We have partnered with them to bring you a great discount too! Save 20% on your entire purchase with the discount code realsimplegood at checkout!

We’ve also been loving this grain-free granola we found by a company called Lark Ellen Farm. I love it because the nuts and seeds are sprouted, which helps to make them more digestible! Also, many of their granolas are only sweetened with dried fruits and maple syrup! Lots to love about this newer company!

Creamy strawberry popsicles with granola on the bottom and fresh strawberries

Some Other Summer Treats To Try

Your Turn To Try Our Creamy Strawberry Popsicles

Dust off your popsicle mold, decide that this is the year you get one or use something like dixie cups and make these strawberry popsicles! They’re an easy and fun make-at-home dessert the whole family will enjoy! Leave a comment below to let us know how it goes. Tag us @realsimplegood, so we can check it out, and give us a follow if you don’t already!

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Creamy Strawberry Popsicles (Paleo, Dairy-Free + Refined Sugar-Free)

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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 10 popsicles
Author: Justin + Erica Winn
Summer treats are the best! These creamy strawberry popsicles are a Paleo, dairy-free and refined sugar-free summer dessert your whole family will enjoy! 
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Ingredients

Instructions

  • Combine all of the ingredients in high powered blender and blend until smooth. 
  • Pour into popsicle mold leaving a little space at the top, add chopped strawberries, sticks and grain-free granola just to cover the bottoms of the popsicles. 
  • Place in the freezer to set. Once set, remove from mold and enjoy! You may need to run your mold under warm water for a few seconds to get the popsicles to loosen out of the mold. 
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