Brittaney’s Summer Pops


It’s been over 50 days without rain in Seattle and I’m constantly trying to find ways to stay cool! What better way to beat the heat than to make some popsicles?

I bought a popsicle mold last summer and have had so much fun trying different recipes and this one is definitely my favorite.

It’s healthy, and so simple to make!

Summer Pops

Here’s what you’ll need:

2 cups coconut milk

1 can crushed pineapple

1/4 cup honey

1 large lime


  1. In a blender mix your coconut milk, pineapple, honey and lime juice. Feel free to use fresh ripened pineapple!
  2. Blend for less than 10 seconds, you want a thick consistency.
  3. Pour mixture into popsicle mold and stick popsicle sticks in the middle.
  4. Place in freezer for at least 8 hours.
  5. And that’s it! It’s that simple.

If this is your first time making popsicles, you’re going to become addicted it’s so much fun.

Stay cool, and eat fresh 🙂


Loving all things food, especially pineapple. I'm the creator of the food blog I come from a diverse background of being Thai, Peruvian and Spanish so I love making meals that introduce people to cuisines and flavors they haven't tried before. I am heavily influenced by my mother who made home cooked meals for my brothers and I every single night growing up. To me, cooking and eating is a way to share stories, express culture and feed your soul with others. I also love to go out to eat, in Seattle, the food options are endless! You can catch me at a food truck or at a hole in the wall restaurant. I'm excited to share recipes and places to eat in Seattle with you! Follow me on Instagram @burrrittaney and visit my blog!

1 Comment

  1. Maria

    August 15, 2017

    Yum!!! Even though Seattle broke its rain-free streak this week, these look so tropical and deeeelish!!! I’m a popsicle fanatic!

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