Keylime Pie & Strawberry Coconut Popsicles


I cannot believe we are already in mid-August!  The summer is almost over.  Oye vey!   Since the hot summer nights will be gone before we know it, I’m going to enjoy every last minute of it.  That means spending more time at the beach, running in the early morning, and popsicles!

Let’s celebrate our last days of summer together with a few popsicle recipes.   The first is a Keylime Pie Popiscle, while the second is a Strawberry Coconut Popsicle.


Keylime Pie Pops

Not only does the spirulina give a nice green color, but it adds a little protein to the popsicles. Who would have thought a popsicle could be the perfect after workout snack!


Strawberry Coconut Pops

This was the Bear’s favorite of the two recipes.  He loved the twist of the coconut with the strawberries and cream flavor.  I added a few slices of strawberries into the mixture before I froze the popsicles.  I like biting into the chunks of fruit!


Instead of using my traditional popsicle molds, I used mini Dixie cups with wooden popsicle sticks.  I got the idea from Pinterest! I could not love it more! I always hate trying to get the popsicles out of their molds.  It’s so easy with the Dixie cups because you can just tear it off.  LOVE!


Do you have any last minute summer adventures planned?

What’s your favorite type of popsicle? Fruit or chocolate?

14 thoughts on “Keylime Pie & Strawberry Coconut Popsicles

    • That’s true! Warm blankets by the fire and cute scarves are the best! It doesn’t hurt matters that Halloween is my favorite holiday. :)

  1. These are so adorable – what a great idea to use dixie cups and popsicle sticks. You are so cute!

    I’m going to miss being able to run out my front door to go for a run without layering on clothing. It was in the low 70s yesterday and I could feel fall in the air…GORGEOUS! :)
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