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Coconut Ice Pops Sugar & Dairy Free

By Healyounaturally @healU_naturally

There is nothing better than an Ice pop during a hot summer day.   These homemade coconut ice pops recipe will absolutely quench your thirst and sweet tooth simultaneously without the guilt. Not only are they refreshing and delicious– they are dairy, and sugar free because they are made with swerve.

What is swerve? Swerve is a great tasting, natural sweetener that measures cup-for-cup just like sugar! Made from a unique combination of ingredients derived from fruits and vegetables, Swerve  contains zero calories, it has a low glycemic index making it a diabetic friendly and sugar free without chemicals.   Here is the super quick and easy recipe.

You can make this recipe in an ice cub tray, any size dessert bowls for a fancy dessert or as a palate cleanser after a meal.   These pops were a staple growing up so whenever I make these I think of my mom. However, this time I am not using dairy or sugar so I truly hope that will make an impact in our overall future health.

Coconut Ice Pops Sugar & Dairy Free
Coconut Berries Pops Gluten and Dairy Free


  • 2 cups of coconut, milk (or milk of your choice)
  • 1/2 fresh shredded coconut chunks
  • 3 tbls swerve sweetener
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract


  1. If you purchased a fresh coconut, drain its water-- drink it:) or store it for later.
  2. The easiest way for me to crack open a coconut is simply to smash it against a hard surface such as concrete or use your favorite (safest) technique.
  3. Get a few pieces of coconut and put them in a food processor to make them into chunks. I like chunky pieces but you can do flakes.
  4. In a medium bowl mix pour the milk, then add the sugar and mix.
  5. Next add the fresh coconut flakes, and mix some more.
  6. Get your ice pop molds ready
  7. With a spoon get some of the coconut chunks into your first mold
  8. then pour milk and repeat until each mold is full
  9. refrigerate for about six hours or until they have the consistency of pops.
2.5 you are going to use this recipe on your blog or website, kindly put a link back to this page. Thanks!

Is there a particular pop that reminds you of Gran’s or Mom?  If, so I’d love to hear all about it in the comments below.

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