cantaloupe popsicles (grain free, dairy free, refined sugar free)
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CANTALOUPE POPSICLES (REFINED SUGAR FREE, DAIRY FREE, SCD DIET) cantaloupe pops are a fun treat any time of the year, but they are especially refreshing in the summer when you have a ripe cantaloupe lying around. a simple recipe, the hardest part is waiting for them to freeze!

So excited to share my very first popsicle recipe! And my second frozen dessert, technically speaking, as I did share a very easy frozen yogurt and granola bark recently as well. I also am working on developing an ice cream recipe, but by the looks of it, it may be dropping in the fall and not the summer…you can’t win em all!! 

Back to the recipe at hand — these peaches n’ cream popsicles are not only so yummy, they are also pretty flexible. You could swap out peaches for any fruit you desire, I was definitely planning to try a strawberry version next, but after a poll on my IG led to peaches n’ cream flavour being favoured, I decided to stick with peaches for now.

cantaloupe popsicles (grain free, dairy free, refined sugar free)

I will say, if you don’t have coconut milk, or you don’t want to use coconut milk, I did test these with hazelnut milk at first and that was absolutely delicious, so I highly recommend trying that if you want.

I used my go-to popsicle molds for this recipe, which gives them that *classic* popsicle (aka real popsicle) look, and that would be these bad boys from Amazon.

If you have a mold that’s different or smaller, that’s not a problem, just be aware the amount of popsicles you’ll get out of this will differ– I was able to make ten quite perfectly-sized pops.

Alternately, you could even go crazy and simply freeze this into a large ice cube (or small ice cube, you do you) tray, and pop them out as a little frozen melon squares (balls), which is also how I tested them earlier and that was so good. But a full-size popsicle is always rewarding, and undoubtedly if you freeze them into cubes you’ll end up eating ten– but no shame. These are pretty healthy, all things considered.

Find the full recipe and instructions below. If you do try making these popsicles, I’d love to know how it went! Drop me a comment or review below, and follow me on IG for more daily grain free inspo @grainfreee.

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A few more recipes if you’re looking for some yummy desserts for summertime and beyond: 

cantaloupe popsicles (grain free, dairy free, refined sugar free)

cantaloupe popsicles: ingredients

  • 3 cups chopped cantaloupe
  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 1 + 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 4-5 tbsp honey, depending on desired sweetness

cantaloupe popsicles: how to

  1. once your cantaloupe is chopped, place all your ingredients in the food processor and blend until smooth- you may still have some cantaloupe pieces which is perfectly acceptable!
  2. pour your cantaloupe mixture into your popsicle molds. add your popsicle sticks, and cover, placing safely in the freezer until completely frozen.
  3. once frozen, remove your popsicles from the molds and store as you please– my popsicle molds (link above) came with little plastic baggies and ties to use, alternately, you can use individual ziploc bags. enjoy!
cantaloupe popsicles (grain free, dairy free, refined sugar free)


cantaloupe popsicles (refined sugar free, dairy free, scd diet)

cantaloupe pops are a fun treat any time of the year, but they are especially refreshing in the summer when you have a ripe cantaloupe lying around. a simple recipe, the hardest part is waiting for them to freeze!
Course: Dessert
Servings: 10 popsicles
Author: rose of grainfreee.com

Ingredients

  • 3 cups chopped cantaloupe
  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 1 + 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 4-5 tbsp honey, depending on desired sweetness

Instructions

  • once your cantaloupe is chopped, place all your ingredients in the food processor and blend until smooth- you may still have some cantaloupe pieces which is perfectly acceptable!
  • pour your cantaloupe mixture into your popsicle molds. add your popsicle sticks, and cover, placing safely in the freezer until completely frozen.
  • once frozen, remove your popsicles from the molds and store as you please-- my popsicle molds (link above) came with little plastic baggies and ties to use, alternately, you can use individual ziploc bags. enjoy!

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