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Red, White and Blue-Berry Popsicle Recipe ~ by @Larisafbraun

Red, White and Blue-Berry Popsicle Recipe ~ by @Larisafbraun

A summer holiday wouldn't be complete without popsicles! We searched high and low to find the absolute prefect popsicle mold. Zoku is hands down the best at what they do. Zoku molds are made of silicone instead of plastic. They are BPA and phthalate free to ensure no harmful chemicals get into your homemade treats. The silicone mold makes your popsicles super easy to remove. There is no need to rinse with hot water; simply peel back the mold, pull out your treat and enjoy! Bonus: these mini pop molds are the perfect size for toddler bellies. Once we found the Zoku mini pop mold, we knew we had to include them in our 4th of July box! 

We partnered with our dear friend, Larisa Braun (@Larisafbraun), of Model Eats to create these Red, White and Blue-berry mini popsicles. The mini pops are made with real fruit to satisfy a sweet tooth, naturally! We hope you enjoy . . . our kids definitely did! 




1/2 cup strawberries, hulled and washed

1.5 tsp cane sugar, maple syrup, or honey 


1/2 cup fresh or frozen blueberries, thawed 

1.5 tsp cane sugar, maple syrup, or honey

1 tsp lemon zest


3/4 cup full-fat coconut milk, chilled overnight in the fridge

1-2 Tbsp cane sugar, maple syrup, or honey

1 tsp vanilla bean powder or extract

1 small pinch of fine sea salt



  1. Begin with the Red (Strawberry) layer. In a small blender or food processor, combine the strawberries and sugar. Process until mostly smooth with small berry chunks. The strawberries should release their juices and make the mixture easy to process. Pour into a small bowl and set aside. 
  2. Repeat with the Blue (Berry) layer and then give the blender/food processor a quick rinse. 
  3. For the White (Coconut) layer, open the can of chilled coconut milk. Scoop only the thick, white cream at the top of the can into the blender. Add sugar, vanilla and salt and process until smooth and fluffy like whipped cream.
  4. Layer the fillings into your Zoku Mini Popsicle Mold by dropping 1 teaspoon each of Red, White and Blue fillings into each mold. Repeat until the layers reach the fill line.
  5. Carefully insert the popsicle sticks into the filled molds and freeze for 6-8 hours. 
  6. Enjoy!