Pineapple Popsicle Recipe

5 / 5 (1 review)

Healthy Pineapple Whip Popsicles!

Yum. These popsicles are so refreshing and fruity. With only 3 simple ingredients needed, they are easy and healthy too!

easy pineapple whip popsicles

This recipe is basically for delicious pineapple whip, but then taking it a step further and freezing it in popsicle molds. Mmm. A slightly creamy, smooth, frozen pineapple. Perfect for a summer treat!

pineapple whip above shot of frozen pineapple in blender

As I mention in the pineapple whip recipe, you can try mixing up different fruit combinations, using different kinds of milk, and different sweeteners too. Frozen mango would be a great addition!

pineapple correr

Stainless Steel Pineapple Slicer, Corer

I used canned light coconut milk, honey, and pre-frozen pineapple chunks this time around. You can use a fresh pineapple too! See how to freeze pineapple.

pineapple whip in blender

high power blender or food processor comes in handy with this recipe. If you’re lucky enough to have a Vitamix or Blendtec blender, it should get the job done. If your blender or food processor is struggling with it, I suggest mixing up this treat in separate smaller batches.

Then just spoon the pineapple whip into your ice pop molds and freeze. This recipe makes about 5-6 cups of pineapple whip; the amount of popsicles you get will depend on the size of your molds.

Enjoy a frozen pineapple pop on a hot summer day! Healthy treat for the whole family!

Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds, Set of 6 green

Tovolo Groovy Ice Pop Molds, Set of 6

These ice pop molds are great! Sturdy and great quality. They are fairly large though, so I usually use them for adult-size popsicles and use a smaller popsicle mold for the kids.

rasp cheesecake popsicle with text

We also love these recipes for raspberry cheesecake popsicles and homemade fudgesicles.

Do you think these smoothie recipes would make good popsicles too?

Pineapple Popsicle Recipe

5 / 5 (1 review)
Prep Time: 10mins
Yield: 5-6 cups | Serves: 6

Ingredients

  • 1 fresh pineapple (peeled, cored and chopped) or about 7 cups frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1 cup milk (almond, coconut, or dairy)
  • 1 tablespoon honey

Instructions

  1. If using a fresh pineapple, cut it up and freeze the chunks overnight. Or you can purchase pre-cut pineapple, frozen pineapple chunks, or freeze canned pineapple chunks in an ice cube tray. (Many other fruits would also work well with this recipe!)
  2. Combine the frozen pineapple, milk, and honey in a high speed blender (like Vitamix or Blendtec, or try a food processor) until it reaches a smooth, thick frozen sorbet consistency. You may need to blend it in two batches if your appliance is struggling.
  3. At this point, you have a delicious pineapple whip that you can pipe into 4-6 dishes and serve immediately. For popsicles, spoon the pineapple mixture into popsicle molds and freeze overnight, or until solid.

Recipe Adapted From: this pineapple whip recipe

Comments & Reviews

  • Emily

    If the mixture is going to be frozen does it really matter if the pineapple is frozen before hand? Does it make that big of a difference in blending or does that just carryover from pineapple whip?

    • Melanie

      You’re probably right – if you are making it just for the popsicles, it probably doesn’t make a difference if the pineapple is frozen first or not! I have only made these popsicles from leftover pineapple whip, so I haven’t made them any other way yet. 🙂

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