Tropical Sunrise Veggie Pops

Nothing screams summer more than... popsicles on the patio! You will love these tropical sunrise veggie pops made with Silk's new Toasted Coconut + Cashew Nutchello -- They are bursting with tropical flavors and packed with fruits and veggies. Seriously, so many... like pineapple, carrots, oranges, and even sweet potato! 

We live for summer days around here.


Pool splashing.

Popsicle devouring.

tropical sunrise veggie popsicles with carrots

I mean... just look at that face! Pure joy. She was especially excited because I let her have POPSICLES FOR BREAKFAST. Why not?! They're so nutritious. 

tropical sunrise veggie popsicles and smiles

Just give everything a whirl in your Blendtec (or other high speed blender) and then pour them into the popsicle mold. Freeze and wait for a few hours (torturous, but worth it!!). Then, devour.

tropical sunrise veggie pops made in the blendtec

These tropical fruit pops are filled with:

tropical sunrise veggie pops

*To make a "grown-up" version, try adding in a shot of rum to the blender. Oh my starzies, so good!!! 

tropical sunrise veggie pops stack

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Tropical Sunrise Veggie Pops

Tropical Sunrise Veggie Pops


Tropical Sunrise Veggie Pops --- perfect for summer, bursting with tropical flavor and sooooooo many fruits and veggies, like carrots, pineapple, oranges, and even sweet potato! // via Nosh and Nourish


1 cup Carrots (approximately 18 baby carrots)
8 ounces Diced Pineapple (I used canned, and included the juice)
1⁄2 a sweet potato (peeled and cooked*)
1 clementine
1 cup Silk Toasted Coconut + Cashew Nutchello (or sub regular coconut milk)
2 tablespoons unsweetened shredded coconut (optional)
1 ounce rum (optional - for a "grown-up" version)


*I microwaved half a sweet potato for 3 minutes, until soft. Then added it in to the blender hot -- and used the "soup" functionality on the blender. You could also cook the sweet potato ahead of time and let it cool first before blending.


  1. Combine all ingredients, except the shredded coconut, in a high speed blender. 
  2. Blend until smooth. I used the "soup" functionality, since I added the hot cooked sweet potato into the blender. 
  3. Pour into popsicle mold. Top with shredded coconut. 
  4. Freeze for at least 3 hours. 
  5. Enjoy!

Yields 10 Popsicles