Piña coladas are the ultimate summer drink. They’re fruity, frozen, and you can add alcohol to them. Add strawberries into the mix, and you have a refreshing and vibrant paradise in a glass. You’re on island time now, baby.
Popsicles are the ultimate summer treat. They are also fruity and frozen; so naturally you should pair them with a strawberry piña colada. Look no further than these 3 ingredient strawberry piña colada pops.
These are super easy to make, and you can switch out the strawberries for a different fruit of your choice, like mango, to make your favorite variation of piña coladas. All you need is pineapple, coconut milk, and strawberries (or another fruit). If you’re feeling a little bit more tropical, add some shredded coconut into your molds.
After making these a couple times, I can confirm that you should definitely mix a lot of shredded coconut into your smoothie mixture before pouring it into the molds. Don’t be shy with the coconut, it adds a much needed texture to the popsicles as well.
Whatever does not fit into your popsicle molds, you can save as a delicious and simple smoothie. Or you can slip some rum in there, I won’t judge you. You have to find some way to make the freezing time pass by, right?
Once frozen, pop the piña coladas out of their molds and take a bite of your tropical paradise, even if you just got home from taking summer courses.
Strawberry Piña Colada Pops
- Prep Time:5-10 minutes
- Cook Time:4-6 hours
- Total Time:4-6 hours
- Servings:6 popsicles
- 1 (13.5 oz) can unsweetened coconut milk
- 2 1/2 cup pineapple chunks
- 1 cup strawberries, cut in fours
- Popsicle molds
- Unsweetned, shredded coconut
Place the strawberries, pineapples and coconut milk into the blender. Blend the ingredients until consistent.
Place some shredded coconut at the bottom of your molds.
Pour the smoothie mixture into each mold..
Pop the covers onto/popsicle sticks in the molds. Freeze the molds for 4-6 hours.
To remove, place molds into warm water for 15-30 seconds and wiggle out.