Cool Off with Kid-Friendly Pina Colada Pops

Popsicles seem to travel from the freezer to the kids in a never ending stream all summer long. They're fun, inexpensive, and the perfect way to cool off outside. But I'm sure many of you feel the way I do-that the artificial colors and flavors, paired with the empty calories and high sugar content-just aren't worth the popsicles' great appeal.

That's why, whenever possible, I like to create these without refined sugar. I made these piña colada pops when I had a fresh pineapple in the fridge. I added some juice concentrate to sweeten it up, and the coconut milk made it creamy-almost like and ice cream pop.

You'll be seeing more of these kinds of recipes throughout the summer.

Kid-Friendly Piña Colada Pops

1/2 fresh pineapple
6 tablespoons 100% white grape juice concentrate
1/4 cup coconut milk
1 cup plain yogurt

Put all ingredients in a food processor or good blender and process until well-blended. Place in popsicle molds and freeze for 6 hours, or overnight.

Head over to Babble for 3 more creative gourmet popsicle recipes. Enjoy!


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