Plum Strawberry Popsicles for a Virtual Vegan Potluck!

Welcome to the Virtual Vegan Potluck! A big thanks to Ann at An Unrefined Vegan for all of her hard work! Another thanks to all the foodies (there are over 60 of us!) who were willing and excited to participate! It’s great to see so many vegan/vegetarian foodies uniting over their love for cooking and food.

After you check out my delicious dessert recipe, check out the rest of the blogs by using the links at the bottom of this post! Be sure to comment on posts, follow blogs you find interesting, and most importantly, take notes and get cooking!

I decided to pitch in a dessert, and boy am I excited to share with you a new kind of treat (or new to me, anyway)! They’re Plum Strawberry Popsicles! I’ve never made Popsicles (other than the kind with Kool-Aid, so I decided to browse the web for a little inspiration.

Plum Strawberry Popsicles

First, I combined sliced strawberries and chopped white plums in a medium sized saucepan.

Strawberries

White Plums

Strawberries and Plums

I added 3 Tablespoons of water and brought the mixture to a boil. I allowed for the fruit to cook for a few minutes until the plums were soft. I then removed them from the heat and allowed for them to cool.

Cooked

After the mixture cooled, I moved everything to a food processor and blended until all the fruit chunks were gone.

Blend

Once combined, I blended unsweetened coconut milk and a little agave nectar into the fruit to sweeten things up.

Add milk and agave

I sprinkled a little unsweetened coconut into the Popsicle molds…

Coconut

…filled the Popsicle molds with the fruit mixture and topped with a little more coconut.

Filled Popsicle Molds

I froze them for 4 hours, or until I was ready to eat them.

Popsicles

PLUM STRAWBERRY POPSICLES
Yields: 4 Popsicles
Adapted from Family Fresh Cooking

Ingredients

6 Large Strawberries (about the size of a golf ball), sliced
2 white plums, chopped
3 Tablespoons Water
3/4 cup unsweetened coconut milk
1 teaspoon agave nectar
2 Tablespoons unsweetened shredded coconut

Directions

In a medium sized saucepan, combine strawberries, plums, and 3 Tablespoons water. BringΒ  to a boil over medium heat and cook for 5-7 minutes, stirring often.

When plums are soft, remove from heat and allow mixture to cool completely.

Transfer mixture to a food processor, blend until pureed.

Add coconut milk and agave nectar and continue to pulse in the food processor until mixture is fully combined.

Sprinkle a scant amount of shredded coconut into the Popsicle molds. Top with the fruit mixture. Finish the Popsicles with another pinch of coconut. Seal Popsicles with the Popsicle mold lids or Popsicle sticks and wax paper.

Freeze for 2 hours, or until you’re ready to devour them!

Plum Strawberry Popsicles

THE REVIEW

These Popsicles are the perfect summer treat. They’re refreshing, sweet, and a little tangy. The tart strawberries really mesh well with the semi-sour plums, and the coconut milk and shredded coconut really sweetens things up and makes for perfect, Popsicle harmony!

I hope you’ll take the time to check out the rest of the featured bloggers who are partaking in the Virtual Vegan Potluck!

Go to Rachel in Veganland's Post

Go to The Misfit Baker's Post

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35 thoughts on “Plum Strawberry Popsicles for a Virtual Vegan Potluck!

  1. Oh man, this brings me back to making homemade popsicles when I was a kid. I used to get strep throat all the time so for a couple of years there I think I lived off of them. I wish these had been around as they sound so yummy AND nutritious. Thanks for sharing!

    Love, B

  2. I just made popsicles this last week. I’m so glad it’s almost summer so I can make them all the time. I will definitely use this recipe next time! Looks delish!

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