Paleo Popsicles Recipe | Avocado Banana Popsicles
The weather’s getting not just warm here in Florida. It’s HOT! And what sweet treat is a family staple during the hot Florida months? Popsicles, of course! But finding popsicles that are safe for everyone can be a challenge these days. Gluten-free, dairy-free and paleo…without losing that creamy and sweet flavor? YES! This Paleo Popsicle Recipe will have your whole family asking for more! Our homemade Avocado Banana Popsicles are going to be the tasty treat of the season, and I’m so excited that we can share these will all of our allergy-sensitive family and friends.
Popsicles are such a fun way to get into the Florida spirit! My kids come running when there’s a cold sweet treat involved! This recipe is great because as much as my baby girl LOVES her avocado, she doesn’t always eat the other half. So easily blending up this delicious fruit and whipping them into popsicles for later…Yeah, I’ve pretty much established my cool mom status.
The best part about this recipe is that you still get to retain that creamy dairy-like taste in your popsicles, all with the help of coconut milk. This stuff is FANTASTIC!
Paleo Popsicle Recipe | Avocado Banana Popsicles
- 1 Banana
- 1/2 Avocado
- 1/4 cup Coconut Milk full fat
- 1 TBSP Honey
- Blend ingredients together until fully pureed.
- Freeze for 2-4 hours, or until firm
And if you wanted to get a little “wild,” drizzle some melted chocolate over the top! Extra smiles from my baby girl…and my husband!
Need another delicious popsicle recipe idea? Check out my delicious Mixed Berry Sangria Popsicles!
We are definitely LOVING our new Paleo Popsicles this hot season. Sweet fruit, creamy taste, a great use for that leftover avocado, and a whole lot of LOVE in every bite, this is definitely my go-to snack this summer!
What homemade popsicles does your family love?
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Robin (Masshole Mommy) says
Those sound really good. I can not wait to make these for my kids.
We haven’t made any homemade popsicles this year yet, but I think my boys would love these paleo popsicles! I wouldn’t mind having the chocolate drizzled on either.
Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says
Those look delicious! I love the idea of being able to make popsicles that are delicious AND good for us, especially down here in Georgia.
I hear so much about Paleo but never think it’s something I will enjoy. I cannot wait to try this!
Wow! I will have to try these. They look amazing. Even without the chocolate my kids would love these so much! Delicious!
Liz Mays says
I’ve never tried making paleo popsicle before. These ones would be really delicious. I’d love to learn how to make a bunch of different flavors.
I’m seeing so many desserts with avocado lately! I want to try them.
Ann Bacciaglia says
These look so delicious and refreshing. I will have to make some of these this weekend.
Catherne S says
I have never made my own popsicles. I bet my son and husband would enjoy them. I am allergic to both bananas and avocados.
Marcie W. says
I really need to start making fresh popsicles like these. I like that you can add any combination of fruits and vegetables!
fancygrlnancy (Nancy Partin) says
wow those look good. I think my boys would even eat that.
This sounds interesting! I love both avocados and bananas. Not sure about together though
Demetra @SweetSavant says
I love the idea of using coconut milk in this popsicle recipe, that’s genius! Those sangria popsicles will definitely be happening in my house VERY soon.
These sound so delicious! I love avocados and bananas, so I am sure I’d love these popsicles!
I never thought to make a Popsicle out of avocado it sounds interesting! If you can smoothie it I am sure you can Popsicle it so you just inspired me to do that soon! Thanks!
These sound super tasty! I will have to try and make some for my husband since he loves popsicles and usually can’t have them because of our diet.
I love bananas and avocados. Never thought about making them together in a popsicle. Sounds interesting.
It’s getting hot here in NC, too. This sounds like such a great warm weather treat!
Rachel Ferrucci says
Those look delicious! So easy, who knew. My kids love avocado so this is a must try
What an amazingly fun way to use the avocado. Kids won’t argue with eating it when it’s a popsicle. 🙂