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    Strawberry Swirl Coconut Yogurt Popsicles

    Recipe by Bailey Campbell

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    These refreshing, fruity popsicles are the perfect spring and summer treat. Creamy coconut and tasty strawberries come together in the perfect pairing.

    Coconut milk is a great source of healthy fats and will keep you feeling satisifed.1,2We’ve combined whole strawberries with our PhytoBerry® to increase the nutritional benefits. PhytoBerry® is a highly concentrated berry based whole food supplement loaded with natural antioxidants. A single serving has the equivalent nutrient content of 6 to 8 servings of fresh fruit.

    We’ve used honey as a natural sweetener and to add even more natural antioxidants.3

    Try these popsicles for a fruity, nostalgic treat!

    Ingredients:

    PhytoBerry Layer

    • 2 cups frozen or fresh strawberries
    • 1 scoop PhytoBerry®
    • 1 tsp lemon juice
    • 1 tbsp honey

    Coconut Layer

    • ¼ cup original or vanilla coconut yogurt
    • 1 can full fat coconut milk
    • 2 tbsp honey
    • 1 tsp vanilla extract

    Directions:

    1. In a blender, add the strawberries, PhytoBerry®, lemon juice and honey. Blend until smooth.
    2. In a medium size bowl, whisk the coconut yogurt, full fat coconut milk, honey and vanilla extract together.
    3. In a popsicle mold, spoon in 1-2 tbsp of the strawberry mixture, followed by 1-2 tbsp of the coconut layer. Repeat the layers until the molds are full.
    4. Place molds in the freezer for 1 hour then remove and add popsicle sticks. Place back in freezer for another 5-6 hours or overnight.
    5. To remove from popsicle molds, run under lukewarm water for a minute. Serve immediately.

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    References:

    1. Ekanayaka, R. A., Ekanayaka, N. K., Perera, B., & De Silva, P. G. (2013). Impact of a traditional dietary supplement with coconut milk and soya milk on the lipid profile in normal free living subjects. Journal of nutrition and metabolism, 2013, 481068. https://doi.org/10.1155/2013/481068
    2. Hewlings S. (2020). Coconuts and Health: Different Chain Lengths of Saturated Fats Require Different Consideration. Journal of cardiovascular development and disease, 7(4), 59. https://doi.org/10.3390/jcdd7040059
    3. Ahmed, S., Sulaiman, S. A., Baig, A. A., Ibrahim, M., Liaqat, S., Fatima, S., Jabeen, S., Shamim, N., & Othman, N. H. (2018). Honey as a Potential Natural Antioxidant Medicine: An Insight into Its Molecular Mechanisms of Action. Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity, 2018, 8367846. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/8367846