Matcha Coconut Popsicles (Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Vegan) | © 2014 |

These coconut matcha popsicles, that happen to be gluten-free, dairy-freeand vegan, are a deliciously refreshing and delectable treat on a hot summer day. They are lightly sweetened with pure stevia extract powder and the combination of creamy coconut milk and antioxidant-packed matcha green tea powder tastes amazingly delicious. I was trying to make these sugar-free, but you can feel free to use maple syrup or sugar instead if stevia isn't your thing.

  • 500 ml Coconut milk
  • 2 tsp Matcha powder
  • 0.2 g Pure stevia extract powder (or 60 g sugar)
  1. In a glass pitcher, whisk together the coconut milk, matcha powder and stevia extract powderuntil well blended.
  2. Pour the mixture into moulds and freeze for at least 4 hours or until set. Release from the moulds and enjoy! | © 2014 | | © 2014 |


Jasna Varcakovic 31/7/14 05:06

Great colour and combination of flavours. Beeing gluten free, diary free and vegan are bonuses!

Abbe@This is How I Cook 31/7/14 06:31

I bet this could be made into great ice cream, too. I need to remind myself to get matcha. It is something I never remember to look for and have always wanted to try. These look like the perfect treat to get through summer with!

Veena Theagarajan 31/7/14 06:36

I must try this.. matcha and coconut cream? sounds very interesting

TasteHongKong 31/7/14 06:50

What a nice alternative to dairy popsicles, not to mention the antioxidants.

wok with ray 31/7/14 07:37

These pops look very refreshing and delicious. Perfect for this sizzling summer heat.

Jeannie Tay 31/7/14 07:42

I simply love the pastel green of these popcycle, so pretty and am sure the taste is so refreshing too! Perfect for this hot weather

Kellly 31/7/14 07:50

These popsicles look so refreshing and tasty, Angie! Love the matcha and coconut combo! I am a sucker for frozen treats and would not be able to resist a few of these for sure, they sound amazing!

Rosa's Yummy Yums 31/7/14 08:00

Exquisite! A great combination.



Esther Lau 31/7/14 08:21

Hi Angie, these matcha ice pops really look fantanstic with only 3 ingredients,thumb up!

Shobha Kamath 31/7/14 08:28

Popsicles look gr8! Matcha is something new to me.

Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today 31/7/14 10:10

My partner is in love with matcha, he will love this ice creams as well.

beena stephen 31/7/14 10:32

Intresting recipe . Love it

Medeja 31/7/14 10:43

What a lovely color.. I can imagine taste is lovely too :)

Emma | Fork and Good 31/7/14 11:59

YES! I love anything with Matcha, this rocks my world angie, I love it! Putting aside the time to make these :) Great recipe!

Gourmet Getaways 31/7/14 12:12

Now I have an addition to my popsicle flavour list! Thanks for sharing!

Gourmet Getaways

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 31/7/14 12:36

Love the color. These would be great on a hot summer day.

Veronica Ng 31/7/14 12:38

Yummy! Must be very creamy with the coconut milk. Love it. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous 31/7/14 12:39

You gave me Matcha tea coconut milk ice-pops! Genius idea, my friend! Woehoe! xx

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover 31/7/14 13:06

matcha and coconut, a interesting combo!

Joanne 31/7/14 13:22

That vibrant matcha green just makes me endlessly happy! Love the sound of these!

Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 31/7/14 14:32

What a beautiful color for these popsicles. I made some recently with coconut milk - still working on the recipe and trying vanilla Stevia for the first time. Such fun! I just wish they were easier to get out of the molds. Lovely!

Karen Harris 31/7/14 14:57

What a beautiful and refreshing summertime treat. Gorgeous color. Your photos are beautiful.

Mich PieceofCake 31/7/14 15:27

Wow... coconut milk and thick, rich and creamy and I am sure its delicious with the matcha powder!

Gloria Baker 31/7/14 16:00

I love the color! Look really beauty:)

Debra Eliotseats 31/7/14 16:07

Love this. So refreshing sounding, Angie.

Jeanette 31/7/14 17:17

Love how easy this recipe is - so refreshing!

Ann Low 31/7/14 17:22

Really love the colour of these popsicles! Perfect clicks too!!

Erica 31/7/14 17:55

Refreshing and delicious summer treat, Angie! Love the color!

Sue/the view from great island 31/7/14 19:25

These look so creamy and refreshing --- and what a color!

Gwen 31/7/14 19:52

What a great idea! I love these healthy frozen treats!

Cheap Ethnic Eatz 31/7/14 20:12

Matcha is one of my top favorite flavors, these look amazing. And adore coconut too. The pops look amazing and refreshing. Bookmarked

Catherine 31/7/14 20:37

Delicious to enjoy in the warm summer months. Blessings, Catherine

Anonymous 31/7/14 21:01

wow, fingger licking good!!!
neer had coconut and matcha popsickle before, lovely creamy and bitter sweet !!!

Ashley 31/7/14 21:24

I've become obsessed with making popsicles with coconut milk! So I will definitely need to try these! haha

Donalyn@TheCreeksideCook 31/7/14 22:26

Oh yummy - I did a coconut milk fudgesicle this week, and I have to agree that they are about the best thing ever - so easy and SO good. I will definitely be giving your version a try!

Anonymous 31/7/14 22:53

I wish I could have one of these popsicles right's so HOT!! These sound delish. x

Roz Corieri Paige 31/7/14 22:59

ABSOLUTELY Beautiful popsicles Angie! Now I have to figure out where to find Matcha! Where do you suggest?
Thank you so much,

The Yum List 1/8/14 02:02

Just perfect for this warm weather.

Liz Berg 1/8/14 02:51

Such a gorgeous, soothing color! And combined with the coconut flavor make these irresistible!

Dawn Yucuis 1/8/14 05:02

These sound amazing. I love the color of these popsicles.

Sharon D 1/8/14 05:15

Hah! What a unique twist, Angie. This is really perfect for our climate - humid, on most days.

noobcook 1/8/14 07:49

These are just what I need for the hot weather now. They are beautiful too.

Muna Kenny 1/8/14 08:17

This is so simple to make and must be really delicious Angie! I love anything coconut :)

Veronica's Kitchen 1/8/14 09:20

I like both matcha and coconut, nice treat to cool down the heat!

Arjunan Akilandeswari 1/8/14 09:44

Oh my... you stole my day.... these are such a tempting popsicles.... but where do we get the motcha green tea powder ??

kitchen flavours 1/8/14 10:01

Hi Angie,
Such a delicious dessert! Wish I could one grab of these now!

Barbara 1/8/14 14:10

I bet my family would love these, Angie! Easy but delicious ingredients!

Pearl 1/8/14 15:08

Tasty AND beautiful! Always a good combination. :-)

Greetings from Minneapolis!


Monica 1/8/14 15:14

Woah - just 3 ingredients - love that! I finally took out my popsicle molds and put them to use this week with my son. An icy treat is just the thing...would love to try this coconut milk one!

Amelia 1/8/14 17:11

Hi Angie, very refreshing Popsicle. I love your impressive presentation and excellent photography skill.

Have a nice weekend.

Gina 1/8/14 19:15

Move over green tea ice cream. Angie just gave me a new favorite. Thanks!

Geraldine Saucier 1/8/14 20:24

A perfect treat for a hot summer day:)

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 1/8/14 21:16

Such a beautiful color and the combination of the coconut and matcha sounds wonderful, Angie!

fimère .b 1/8/14 22:59

excellente combinaison c'est délicieux
bonne soirée

Pam 1/8/14 23:19

I love anything with coconut - these look terrific!

Chris Scheuer 1/8/14 23:25

Such a pretty color Angie. Love that they're a no-guilt treat. You're so good at that!

Von 2/8/14 08:50

I've never tried the combination of matcha and coconut....this sounds amazing!!! I reallly love the colour of matcha- the green is so pretty :)

Emma @ Bake Then Eat 2/8/14 15:42

These sounds lovely, I have some Matcha powder at home and am always looking for ways to use it. A lovely cool and creamy way to enjoy that green tea flavour in the summer.

Rebecca Subbiah 2/8/14 15:44

wow what fab flavors :-) love matcha

Amy 2/8/14 19:07

You've got 2 of my favorite ingredients and flavors all in one pop! I can't wait to try this. :)

Ivy 3/8/14 11:06

Wow, they look amazing and healthy as well!

What's Baking?? 3/8/14 11:30

Angie, this simply wonderful. I m all for sugar free dessert!

Reeni Pisano 3/8/14 16:44

Coconut milk and green tea are a match made in heaven! So refreshing and delicious Angie! I'm craving them.

Alida 3/8/14 18:03

Very refreshing and super healthy, like most of your recipes. A great twist to the classic sugary popsicles :-)

Terra 3/8/14 20:25

I love how there is only a couple ingredients in your recipe. I have coconut milk and I have matcha green tea powder to enjoy. They sound perfect to enjoy on a hot Summer day. Yum, Hugs, Terra

mr. pineapple man 4/8/14 00:31

Never even thought of this combination! I bet it tastes amazing!

Nammi 4/8/14 04:49

green tea and coconut milk!! wonder what it tastes like , love the bright green colour!!. hope you had a good week end!

Anne Regalado 4/8/14 09:08

Angie , the combo sounds delightful ! Gonna try it before summer is out :D I'll pin it , okay ?!

Hema 4/8/14 18:21

Have to try this, beautiful green color, looks so tempting..

tigerfish 5/8/14 03:36

Absolutely great idea to have coconut milk in ice-cream! It just reminds me of Asia...

mjskit 5/8/14 04:19

I think I'm going to have to start a matcha Pinterest board because I love ALL thing mathca! I can already taste these matcha and coconut popsicles. So good!!

lena 7/8/14 04:27

i would love to have that especially when you mentioned it's dairy free...such natural pretty colour it turned out!

Mary @ Fit and Fed 10/8/14 05:13

I've had matcha in the cupboard for quite a while waiting for me to make green tea ice cream-- green tea is one of my favorite ice cream flavors. Popsicles look like a good and easy way to get that green tea flavor, too, and I like that these are vegan!

Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 24/8/14 05:31

Well it doesn't get simpler than this and with matcha, no need for bells and whistles, it speaks for itself. Gorgeous! Pinned to my Matcha Madness board :)


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