Thursday, August 14, 2008

If You Like Pina Coladas

You can thank me later for that juicy little ear-worm I just planted in your right ear. Wrath of Kahn people!

I bought these cute, little popsicle molds from Bad Breath and Beyond last month and I totally thought they would rock with those sippy straws for leakage, but they don’t. But that didn’t stop me from rocking the blender with some fresh fruit. Dole, eat your heart out!

Pina Colada Popsicles (makes 8)

½ can of pineapple chunks with ½ of the juice
½ can of coconut milk
2 very ripe bananas
½ cup to 1 cup Pina Colada drink mixer

Blend all of the ingredients in a blender till smooth. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze for 8 hours. Slurp up!

**Note: If you don’t have popsicle molds, Dixie cups will work fine with a wooden popsicle stick inserted. Wait till the mixture is halfway frozen, but soft enough to insert the stick.


Anonymous said...

Kathy that looks so good!

Yes, I love PiƱa Coladas, but not getting caught in the rain, it makes my mascara run.

But I will save the recipe for the weekend. We'll probably grill something really juicy and messy, rent a movie, and party ... until 11 p.m. Pants optional - party animals that we are.

Btw, if Jessica sees your picture, you may just have to change the ratings on this blog.

OhioMom said...

Oh yummy! Thought it was going to be about drinks, this looks more like something I would love!

Just the Right Size said...

Sol, tell Jessy to bring her booty on over here!

Ohiomom, these were better than the Dole Fruit & Juice bars, soooooo good and healthy! Plus you know what's going in them.

Anonymous said...

Kathy, are you sure? I hope you realize there's no going back once I summon the force that is EJ.

VitaminSea said...

Wow, this sounds good! I cut and pasted it to make later.
I'll try to look sexy when we make them, too. (g)

Anonymous said...

Well, I never got around to making this last weekend. But I surprised myself by managing to pick up a few cans of coconut milk, so I'll hopefully give this a whirl soon.


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