As someone who loves chocolate and keeping cool in the summer months, creating a healthy and delicious treat that wouldn’t require turning on the oven is crucial. These popsicles are easy to make, contain real whole food ingredients, and have just enough healthy fats to help keep you feeling satisfied. They can also help with your chocolate, sugar cravings without creating a spike in your blood sugar. The hardest part is waiting for them to freeze before you can dig in, but if you make them the night before, they will be read to enjoy the next day!
These popsicles are completely dairy free and can be made nut free by simply omitting the almond butter and crushed almonds on top. Hope you enjoy these delicious popsicles as much as I have.
Chocolate Coconut Popsicles
Ingredients:1 can full fat coconut milk
1. Blend all ingredients for the popsicles in a high powered blender until smooth.
2. Add in chopped almonds (optional, but I liked the added crunch) to your blender (but do not blend again) and then pour directly into your popsicle mold.
3. Freeze overnight (at least 6-8 hours).
4. To remove, run under warm water for about 10-15 seconds, slide out the popsicle and drizzle with melted chocolate and a little extra crushed almonds (finely chopped).
5. Put back in your freezer (on a plate lined with parchment paper for about 10 minutes) until chocolate drizzle has hardened.
6. Serve and devour!
Jaclyn Irwin is a Holistic Nutritionist based in Toronto, and the owner of Holistic Foodie - a food and lifestyle blog with a focus on using nutrient dense whole foods to nourish the body from the inside out. With a background in green beauty, working at The Detox Market and a love for real unprocessed food, Jaclyn aims to inspire people to get to know their inner holistic foodie and learn to love food again. Jaclyn has contributed to Jules wellness, The Naked Label, and is featured in Jesse Lane’s e-book. You can connect with Jaclyn on Instagram.