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Have you ever had Jello Pudding Pops?  They used to be my favorite popsicle treat when I was a kid (pre-gluten free/dairy free lifestyle, of course).  I probably would have eaten a whole box of them if my mom would’ve let me!  This recipe some-what reminds me of those beloved pudding pops.  I hope you enjoy them!

1 can full fat coconut milk
1 cup almond milk
3 TBSP cocoa (or carob)
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp liquid stevia OR 1-3 tablespoons maple syrup, honey, coconut nectar, etc…

  1. Blend ingredients in a blender until smooth.
  2. Pour into popsicle molds.
  3. Freeze for several hours before enjoying.

Have a great week everyone!


This recipe is linked to Allergy Free Wednesdays, Simply Sugar & Gluten Free & Gluten-Free Homemaker.


  1. Kimberly says

    Mine are in the freezer right now! I snuck a sip of the mixture and it’s wonderful! You can taste the coconut slightly and it’s wonderfully chocolatey. I did sub organic powdered sugar for the sugar-free sweetener, since my fam doesn’t have sugar-free needs. Thanks for this…I’m excited to try them tomorrow!

  2. amcken3 says

    I RECENTLY DISCOVERED STORE BOUGHT NUT MILKS ARE NOT HEALTHY because of the carrageenan. It turns out carrageenan stimulates glutamate in the body and is similar to MSG or any sodium glutamate. Carrageenan (even though its natural & from a seaweed) also has an inflammatory effect on the body =( I hate to be the bearer of bad news but my instinct is ALWAYS to protect. As I’m sure you know inflammation is the root cause of many diseases. SO!…I guess our only hope is to soak TRULY raw almonds (and other nuts) from the proper amount of time and rinse them very thoroughly, then make our own milk with them so we can make these wonderful recipes and still be healthy. Thanks so much for creating this site and for all the amazing recipes!

    • Judith says

      There are two brands of almond milk that I have found without carrageen: almond Silk and the Trader Joe’s brand. Hope that helps!

  3. Delicia says

    Question: I would want mine more coffee flavored, how much instant coffee would you add, or what would you add?

    • Megan says

      Hi Delicia,
      I’m not sure since I’ve never tried making them that way. I’d just add a little bit (like maybe a 1/4 teaspoon?), taste, and then add more to taste from there. 😉


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