Popsicle Recipes to Try This Summer

Last Updated July 06, 2017
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cultured coconut and mango popsicles
Recipe by Jennifer McGruther at Nourished Kitchen.

A little fruit, a little cream (or even coconut water), maybe some chocolate and a dash of spices -- that's all you need to make impressive popsicles at home.

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