Strawberry Daiquiri Popsicles

What dessert just screams summertime? POPSICLES! Transport yourself to the beaches of Maui each lick of these Strawberry Daiquiri popsicles. All you need if four ingredients to make this sweet and tart treat! Naturally gluten free and dairy free, with no alcohol included so everyone can enjoy.

Popsicles are a nostalgic treat that takes me right back to my childhood. The ones I would get from the ice cream truck, or at the corner store down our street, typically were chemically dyed. No thank you. Now you can make your very own, that you can feel great about eating! Put everything together the night before to enjoy the next day. Easy-peasy!

If you aren’t doing so already, you are going to fall in love with how easy popsicles are to make. We got our popsicle mold online for under $10, like this one. After you make this recipe, you should try our Nectarine Popsicles. And for our 21+ year olds, this alcoholic Moscow Mule popsicle by our dear friend Pamela sounds deeelish!

Scroll down for full recipe and watch our recipe video here.

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strawberry popsicles

Strawberry Daiquiri Popsicles

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  • Total Time: 0 hours
  • Yield: 6 1x



2 cups strawberries (fresh or frozen)
4 limes, freshly juiced
2 tablespoons coconut sugar (optional)
68 oz. coconut water (we used Harmless Harvest coconut water)
Popsicle mold
*Rum option


  • Place all ingredients into a blender and mix until desired consistency.
  • Pour mixture into a popsicle mold.
  • **Freeze over night.
  • To help popsicles out of the mold, run under warm water for a few seconds and then enjoy!


*If you want to add rum, use less coconut water and do not add more than 9 teaspoons to the mixture, as the popsicles will not freeze.
**Popsicles need at leaast 3 hours to freeze, but I prefer over night to ensure they are fully frozen.

  • Author: Curry Girls Kitchen
  • Prep Time: 3.5 hours

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