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Tiger’s Blood Popsicles

Tiger's blood popsicles on ice and a plate with fresh strawberries

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This is such an easy popsicle recipe, and it’s perfect for those hot summer days when you don’t want to bake but still want a treat. Tiger’s blood popsicles consist of coconut cream, strawberry puree, and watermelon puree. It’s a flavorful popsicle with minimal effort.

Ingredients

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  • 1 14 oz can coconut cream (chilled for 1 day)
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/4 cup coconut flakes**
  • 1 cup strawberry puree
  • 1 cup watermelon puree
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • Strawberry slices

Instructions

To Make Tiger’s Blood Popsicles

  1. First, remove the coconut cream from the fridge, being careful not to shake or tip the can. Remove the lid, and use a spoon to scoop out all of the coconut cream into a medium bowl. Leave the coconut water in the can, as this can’t be whipped.
  2. Next, add powdered sugar to the coconut cream, and mix with a hand mixer on medium high until the coconut cream forms soft peaks. Gently fold in coconut flakes if desired.
  3. In a measuring cup, combine the watermelon puree, strawberry puree, and granulated sugar. Stir well to combine.
  4. Next, insert popsicle sticks into your flat popsicle mold. If using an upright mold, insert the sticks at the end. Next, put the mold on a small baking tray so it is easy to transport the mold to the freezer.
  5. Place fresh strawberry slices in the molds beneath the popsicle sticks. Next, fill half of one popsicle slot with coconut cream until half full, then alternate with the strawberry and watermelon puree in the other half. 
  6. Allow the two purees to come together, and then add more coconut cream and fruit puree until the mold is filled to the top. Repeat with the remaining popsicle slots.
  7. Place tiger’s blood popsicles in the freezer for 3-4 hours, peel out of the molds, and enjoy!

Notes

This is a Baker Street Society original recipe.

**You can use sweetened or unsweetened coconut flakes for this recipe. It is really just a matter of preference, so if you want extra sweetness, use sweetened. If you prefer a more natural flavor, use unsweetened.