Creamy coconut popsicles are infused with the floral highlights of jasmine tea in this unique, refined-sugar free summer dessert.
Jasmine Tea and Coconut Popsicles
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Ever feel like you’re living inside a Salvador Dalí painting?
Seriously, I’m expecting my keyboard to start melting over the side of my desk onto the floor any second now.
In other words, it’s hot. Really stinkin’ hot. So much so that the only thing I really want to put in my mouth (or anywhere near any part of my body) is something that’s going to help cool me down.
Enter these coconut popsicles.
These pops are almost as creamy as real ice cream but are dairy free, refined sugar free and can be made vegan by using maple syrup in place of the raw honey. All it takes is three ingredients and a few hours of hands-off freezing time and you’re good to go.
Due to this heat, popsicles are pretty much the only thing coming out of my kitchen on a regular basis these days. And, I must admit to skewing the recipes toward my own personal taste preferences. My children are dying for me to make something wildly sweet and chocolatey but…I don’t really feel like it.
Instead, I infuse them with my favorite teas.
Or alcohol. These Amaretto Sour Cherry Popsicles were quite popular with me and my husband. And 1.6k people on Pinterest.
My children, however, were not impressed.
But, I’m sorry, if I’m going to break a sweat just standing at the kitchen counter pouring liquid into a popsicle mold you can be certain it’s going to be a liquid I’ll enjoy in its frozen form!
I guess heat makes this mama selfish.
But here are two truths I feel compelled to share before you call child welfare on me. 1) My kids are in no way, shape or form deprived of sugary treats and 2) They are 8 and 14 and completely capable of making their own popsicles.
And, hey, at least I’m sharing the recipe, right?
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