Pineapple Cream Ice Pops
Creamy, dreamy Pineapple Cream Ice Pops – only 3 ingredients whipped together make the perfect frozen treat!
During the hot summer months here in the South, I thrive off of ice pops. It’s awfully humid around here, and I’m constantly craving cold refreshing treats to make the heat just a little more bearable.
And obviously, it has to taste good or there’s just no point of eating it.
Personally, I’m a huge fan of fruit & cream. In any form. I’ve just got to have it because it’s so full of awesome. So, what better than to make a fruity, creamy concoction in the form of an ice pop.
A super duper easy ice pop at that.
So simple, in fact, that you only need 3 ingredients to whip these deliciously refreshing popsicles up!
You need 2 15oz cans of Del Monte crushed pineapple in 100% fruit juice plus 1 cup heavy cream & the juice of a small lime.
Easy does it! And, I can pull these off any time I want because I always have crushed pineapple in my pantry – and never have to worry about it going bad if I don’t use it right away. One of the many reasons why I keep good quality canned foods in my pantry, it saves me time & money!
In a blender, combine the 2 cans of Del Monte crushed pineapple along with the juice of one small lime – puree until the mixture is smooth & frothy.
Pour in 1 cup of heavy cream, and blend the mixture together in the blender for another 30 to 60 seconds. The mixture will be nice & creamy.
Honestly, I could probably be perfectly content with just sticking a straw in the blender and sipping up the whole thing. But, we’re making ice pops here – so let’s bring out the popsicle molds!
Pour the mixture into your ice pop molds, & freeze until completely frozen. How many this recipe makes depends on the size of your molds – but it makes 15 ice pops for me.
This simple little recipe is like a piece of frozen paradise. I simply can’t get enough of them!
I hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
Pineapple Cream Ice Pops
- 2 15 oz cans of Del Monte crushed pineapple with pineapple juice
- the juice from one small lime
- 1 cup heavy cream
- In a blender, puree the crushed pineapple with the lime juice. Blend on high until frothy. Add in the heavy cream, and blend on high for an additional 30-60 seconds. The mixture will me smooth & creamy.
- Pour the pineapple & cream mixture into your ice pop molds. Freeze until completely frozen.
Theses sound good. Can I substitute soy milk or 1% milk for the heavy cream?
You can, but the results won’t be as creamy.
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