Banana Coconut Cream Popsicles

Banana Coconut Cream Popsicles

Whew! I just returned from BlogHer Food Miami and had an absolutely amazing time. So much food, fun and sun was packed into three short days. I’ll be posting a recap soon but if you follow me on Instagram, you can check out some of my pictures from the conference weekend. I ate some incredible food, met some awesome people and learned that Miami traffic is the worst! In the meantime, I am sharing a tasty and refreshing treat to help you cool off as the weather warms up. Banana Coconut Cream Popsicles are everything that you would expect them to be – creamy, slightly sweet and flavorful.

I love making popsicles because they are easy and you can grab one when you are craving a refreshing treat. Best of all, they are paleo, vegan, and sugar free. They don’t look like much, but trust me when I say that you have to try them!

Banana Cream Popiscles

Fresh bananas, creamy coconut milk and a small scoop of shredded coconut combine to create one of my favorite treats.

Popsicle Banana Coconut Popsicles

Banana Coconut Cream Popsicles are a tasty treat that the entire family will love. With no added-sugar they are a healthy alternative to ice cream. Ever since I started making popsicles, I’ve been dreaming up my favorite combinations of flavors. What is your favorite popsicle flavor?

Yields about 6 popsicles

Banana Coconut Cream Popsicles
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  • 1 (15 ounce) can coconut milk*
  • 2 large bananas
  • 3 tablespoons honey*
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon shredded coconut


  1. Combine 1/2 cup coconut milk, bananas, 2 tablespoons honey and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract in food processor. Process until smooth.
  2. In a medium bowl, whisk together remaining ingredients. Divide the banana mixture among the popsicle molds. Layer the coconut mixture on top of the banana mixture. Freeze for at least 6 hours or until completely frozen.
  3. To remove popsicles from molds, dip in warm water for 10 to 30 seconds. Enjoy!


*You may use regular or almond milk instead of the coconut milk. And you may substitute the honey for maple syrup.

Source: Spoonful of Flavor

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    • Ashley

      Thanks, Kim!

  1. Leah

    You are getting me in the mood for pool weather! These look delicious 🙂

    • Ashley

      Pool weather sounds perfect, Leah!

    • Ashley

      I know, who doesn’t love popsicles, right?

  2. Julie

    It was so nice to meet you in Miami! And I’m definitely pinning these popsicles for when the weather here finally gets warm!

    • Ashley

      It was great to meet you too, Julie! I hope the weather warms up where you are soon!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Melanie!

  3. Natalie @ Tastes Lovely

    These sound delicious! And refreshing. Perfect for the hot summer days we’re about to have. And I loved living vicariously thru you and following along with your trip to BlogHer Food Conference. Can’t wait to read your recap!

    • Ashley

      Thanks for following along, Natalie! I wish you could have been there!

  4. Min @ MJ and Hungryman

    I can’t wait to read your recap, Ashley! You know I was stalking you on instagram ;). I’m def going to go next week so hopefully we can finally meet then! Or perhaps sooner? hehe. My popsicle maker def hasn’t been put to good use lately. It’s time to get it out and put it to work! Looks so so satisfying!

    • Ashley

      Yes, Min! You definitely need to go next year, but I think we should meet sooner 🙂

  5. Martha @ A Family Feast

    Yum – these look very delicious and refreshing! So nice to meet you this past weekend Ashley – hopefully the next time we can chat some more!

    • Ashley

      It was great to meet you too, Martha! Yes, we definitely need to chat more next time!

  6. Kelly

    These look perfect for this summer heat we’ve been getting! A new summer staple! Thanks for sharing!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Kelly! I hope you get to try these popsicles!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Jessica!

  7. Beth @ bethcakes

    Loved following along with you and BlogHer Food on Instagram! These popsicles look like such a great summer treat. I love how simple the recipe is and I can’t believe they’re vegan, paleo, and sugar free! 🙂

    • Ashley

      Thanks for following along on Instagram, Beth! I hope you get to try these pops because they are a great way to cool off!

  8. Georgia @ The Comfort of Cooking

    I’m obsessed with sweet frozen treats lately, so it’s a wonder I haven’t made any popsicles yet! I have GOT to get on these. They look luscious!

    • Ashley

      You definitely need to try popsicles, Georgia! There is nothing like a nice refreshing popsicle to cool down on a hot day!

  9. marcie

    These look like much to me — I love these flavors, Ashley! You keep making me want popsicle molds! haha

    • Ashley

      Popsicle molds are a must! There is nothing like grabbing a cool and refreshing popsicle out of the fridge on a warm day!

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  11. Christin@SpicySouthernKitchen

    Love the combination of banana and coconut. Perfect summer flavors! Can’t wait to hear your recap of the conference. Looks like you had so much fun!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Christin! Miami was a blast!

  12. Danae @ Recipe Runner

    Glad you made it home safe from Miami! Your IG pictures were so fun to follow, although I have to admit I was completely jealous. Hopefully I can go next year it looks so fun! These popsicles look so refreshing, the perfect spring treat. I love the banana and coconut combo, yum!

    • Ashley

      Thanks so much for following along on Instagram! I hope to see you at BlogHer Food next year, Danae!

    • Ashley

      Thanks for pinning, Cindy!

  13. Kelly

    These look incredible Ashley! I was totally drooling over your key lime pie popsicles but am loving this banana and coconut combo too! So glad you had a great time in Miami and can’t wait to hear your recap 🙂

  14. Matt Robinson

    Love the flavors, love the pictures, love everything about these popsicles! So great! Perfect for Summer.

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Matt! They are the perfect summer treat!

  15. Julianne @ Beyond Frosting

    Oh my lord! I am dying over these! They sound so good! I am so happy we got to hang out in Miami!

    • Ashley

      Me too, Julianne! Miami was a blast. I hope we get the chance to see each other again soon!

  16. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes

    Mmmm – wish I had one of those right now! Love the flavor combo!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Jamie! I wish I could share with you!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Jamie!

  17. ananda

    oh ashley, i just had this amazing dessert in florida 2 nights ago, it was key lime tart with coconut icecream on coconut cookie! your scrumptious pictures are making me really hungry! ! =)

    • Ashley

      That sounds like one incredible dessert, Ananda!

  18. Wendy

    I love pinning and trying new popsicle recipes this time of year. Its like announcing that summer is here…or almost 🙂 The tropical flavors in these popsicles sound delicious!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Wendy! Summer will be here soon!

  19. Chantal

    Hi Ashley!
    Your popsicles remember me of my childhood, My mome used to make some popsicles for us the same way.
    Your look so tasty!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Chantal! I love that food brings back memories from our childhood!

  20. Julie @ This Gal Cooks

    It was so good to see you again in Miami, Ashley!

    These popsicles look SO GOOD! I totally love that they are super creamy without dairy milk. Pinned!

    • Ashley

      I am pretty obsessed with coconut milk so I love using it as an alternative to dairy whenever possible. It was great to see you again too, Julie!

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  22. Ashley

    My popsicle molds need to come out of hibernation! I haven’t made any since the fall!

    • Ashley

      Bring those molds out of hibernation, girl!

  23. ela@GrayApron

    Oh, I’m liking this very much. I plan on making some too this season so thanks for your beautiful inspirations, Ashley!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Ela! I hope that you get a chance to try them!

    • Ashley

      Thanks, Christine!

  24. tahnycooks

    I love recipes using banana’s! I always want other ideas besides bread! These popsicles look great!

  25. Sarah@WholeandHeavenlyOven

    I’m obsessing over how amazing these popsicles look. I love the combo of bananas and coconut. Sorta like a banana cream pie. 😉 Can’t wait to try these gorgeous popsicles this summer! My family will love them. 🙂 Pinned.

  26. Jocelyn@Brucrewlife

    These sound like a dream!! I’ll definitely be enjoying these this summer! 🙂

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