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Homemade Coconut Popsicles

  In high school, my friends and I used to buy coconut popsicles every day in the school cafeteria. They tasted just like these popsicles (minus the whole dairy-free, sugar-free element.) I recently remembered these pops and realized how easy they’d be to make, considering I make most of my homemade ice cream with coconut milk. Add in a few dates, shredded coconut, and a few tablespoons of sweetener and voila! Homemade coconut popsicles! I have a HUGE sweet tooth, so I’m a big fan of making healthy snacks at home, but this also requires investing in a few handy products. So for this, you’ll need a popsicle mold, which you can purchase online for around $10. Just make sure that when the popsicles are frozen, you run the mold under hot water so they pop out easily. You’re also welcome to substitute agave nectar or raw honey for the maple syrup if you prefer. ( Or omit the sweetener altogether and add more dates!) Coconut Popsicles Ingredients 2 cups coconut milk 1 cup unsweetened shredde