This five-ingredient berry popsicle recipe is so quick and easy to make! The vegan starfruit berry popsicles are refreshing and full of hydration and vitamins. They’re just like frozen vitamin water!
The frozen dessert recipe is made with coconut water, star fruit, mint leaves, strawberries, and blueberries. The popsicles are perfect for keeping you cool, especially during the warmer months.
The recipe is so simple to make. Simply slice the fruit, divide into the popsicle moulds, throw in the blueberries and mint leaves, freeze overnight, and voila! They’ll be ready to serve.
For those that have never tried star fruit before, it is also known as carambola. The fruit comes from the Averrhoa carambola, a species of tree that is native to tropical Southeast Asia. Star fruit tends to have a tart or sour taste. The taste is often compared to being a mix of grapes, pears, apples, and citrus.
I have not added any exact measurements because it really depends on preference and your popsicle moulds. Hope you enjoy the recipe!
Desiring more delicious dessert recipes like my starfruit berry popsicles? Then try making my vegan lime and macadamia milk popsicles! This dairy-free frozen dessert is sure to keep you cool. They’re super easy to make and extra creamy! The recipe calls for only a handful of ingredients. These include frozen bananas, cream coconut milk, macadamia butter, unsweetened shredded coconut, and lime zest.
You can also try making these vegan frozen “Snickers” bars, which are filled with nougat and caramel! The delicious bars are covered in chocolate sauce. The recipe features ingredients like almond brazil cashew butter, peanut butter, coconut oil, cacao butter, and chopped peanuts.
This scrumptious vegan and gluten-free key lime pie features a nutty crust. The nutty crust features macadamia nuts, almond meal, pumpkin seeds, pistachio nuts, and coconut. The filling is made with cashews, organic silken tofu, lime juice and zest, maple syrup, and coconut oil. Top with sliced lime, flaked coconut, and more pumpkin seeds and enjoy!
Or whip up my dairy-free chocolate-blackberry ice cream sandwiches.
This recipe was republished with permission from Hazel and Cacao.