Nothing beats summer heat like a cool, refreshing frozen treat. Skip the store-bought sugary desserts and try this coconut chocolate chip popsicle. The natural sweetness of coconut cream and fresh fruit makes these creations taste delicious and indulgent, without weighing you down. This recipe also incorporates Lemon oil which adds a fresh flavor and can help aid in digestion when taken internally.*
Whether you’re looking for a healthy dessert, or an afternoon snack, this coconut chocolate chip popsicle recipe is perfect for any occasion.
Coconut Chocolate Chip Popsicle
1 ½ cup coconut cream
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1–2 drops Lemon oil
Blend bananas, coconut cream, vanilla extract, and Lemon oil until smooth. Place a few chocolate chips into empty molds. Add a small amount of cream mixture. Sprinkle more chocolate chips. Repeat this pattern until molds are full to distribute chocolate chips evenly. Freeze for 1 hour while wooden sticks are soaking. Remove from freezer and add sticks. Freeze for 2 additional hours and enjoy.
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