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    Coconut and Berry Icy Poles

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    Jan1
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    Coconut and Berry Icy Poles

    Post by Jan1 on Fri May 08 2015, 18:22


    Suz at The Paleo Network has recently made some good tasting 'Coconut Icy Poles'. If you have any leftover coconut milk or yoghurt ... don't waste it, why not throw it in a popsicle mould instead - now what a good idea !

    Here's how they are made ... just great for summer or any time of year!

    Coconut Icy Poles - so quick and easy,

    INGREDIENTS:
    coconut milk
    handful of berries
    handful of coconut flakes

    INSTRUCTIONS:
    Put some berries at the bottom of each mould
    Next add a pinch of coconut flakes to each section
    Finally top with the coconut milk (or yoghurt)
    Put in the sticks and freeze until solid

    Article and pictures taken from here

    http://paleo.com.au/recipe-coconut-icy-poles/

    Why not give these a try

    All the best Jan

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    Re: Coconut and Berry Icy Poles

    Post by Sharon on Sat May 09 2015, 07:57

    different idea . perhaps i will try them . blueberries and coconut milk combination .
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    Re: Coconut and Berry Icy Poles

    Post by Jan1 on Sat May 09 2015, 14:33

    @Sharon wrote:different idea . perhaps i will try them . blueberries and coconut milk combination .

    Hey perhaps have a Salad - Greek Style first and then these?
    See recipe section  Smile

    Hi Sharon, blueberries and coconut milk do make a great combination!

    Wonder if anyone else may give this a try?

    All the best Jan

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