If you like Piña Coladas - make yourself Piña Colada Popsicles!
What a lovely, comforting, warm September. Before October, I do not turn on any heating here and do not unpack a jacket. The perfect weather for me, plus this wonderful autumn light, hach. And tomorrow it should get really warm again, over 25 degrees! That almost screams for an ice cream recipe! Time for Piña Colada Popsicles !
Popsicles or even plain popsicles is a great idea for a quick remainder utilization. Or in general to make a delicious ice cream quickly and with just a few ingredients. You do not need an ice cream maker, you do not have to stir for a long time, but you can also prepare lightning-fast water ice or fruit ice cream. Some years ago I bought a Popsicle-Form * that I think is great. The matching wooden sticks * and you have all the accessories you need for ice cream making.
And then you can put everything in the mold, which you can so there has. There are so many amazing ideas and combinations, and there are a few that I definitely have on my list. After all, ice is always and in every season! For example, I had a ripe, juicy pineapple at home. Seen, bought and then somehow forgotten. So she had to leave. Together with a can of coconut milk and some coconut blossom sugar, she then hiked into the Thermomix and finally the Popsicle form. And finally turned into Delicious Caribbean and Refreshing Piña Colada Popsicles.
So you really only need three ingredients, a blender and an ice cream and you're ready to go ! In addition, the popsicles are vegan and even almost healthy, at least they contain no classical table sugar. If you do not like coconut blossom sugar, you can just use honey, agave syrup or rice syrup.
Piña Colada Popsicles
for 10 pieces
1 ripe pineapple
1 can unsweetened coconut milk (about 400 g)
1-2 coconut sugar and coconut flakes to sprinkle ( optional)
Peel the pineapple, remove the hard stalk in the center of the fruit and roughly chop the pulp. Put into the mixing pot of the Thermomix, the blender or in a high mixing bowl.
Shake the can of coconut milk well, then add it to the blender.
Depending on the degree of ripeness and sweetness of the pineapple 1 Add 2 tablespoons of coconut sugar.
Mix everything at the highest level of the Thermomix or blender or with the blender to a smooth mass until everything has blended and finely pureed.
The mass distribute evenly in the ice and sprinkle with coconut flakes if desired. Put the lid on, insert the wooden sticks and let the popsicles freeze for at least 5-6 hours in the freezer.
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