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Coconut milk and banana give these ice pops a creamy consistency without dairy or soy. Be sure to purée the mixture until very smooth so resulting pops don’t contain crunchy bits that may be too icy for sensitive baby teeth.



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2 cups fresh pineapple chunks
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1 large banana, sliced
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¾ cup light coconut milk
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¼ to ½ cup agave nectar


  1. Purée all ingredients in blender 1 to 2 minutes, or until mixture is smooth. Ladle into ice pop molds, and freeze at least 4 hours. Run molds under warm water to unmold.

Nutrition Information: 

1 g
Total Fat: 
2 g
Saturated Fat: 
1 g
22 g
0 mg
2 mg
1 g
19 g
Makes 8 pops

Comments on this Recipe

Tastes great, easy to make, and kids would love them. I substitued the agave nectar for mango nectar, because we couldn't find agave at our local grocery store and it came out tasting great!

this look lovely,but i cannot find agave nectar here so what else can i use.

agave nectar is usually found next to honey. that's where i found it at my local giants supermarket.

Easy and delicious. I tried banana and pear mix too - very gentle taste.

Are all these recipes in vegetarian times? they seem so delicious, how can you advertise them for free?????

I made these a few days ago and just finished the last one yesterday! I happened to not have enough pineapple, so I substituted the remaining cup with blueberries and they were delicious! I also didn't use as much agave nectar - probably about an 1/8 cup. Next time I make them I'll probably just omit it.