Matcha Coconut Popsicles (Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Vegan)


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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!

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75 comments:

Jasna Varcakovic 31/7/14 05:06

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

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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!

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Veena Theagarajan 31/7/14 06:36

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

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TasteHongKong 31/7/14 06:50

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

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wok with ray 31/7/14 07:37

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

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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

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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!

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

Exquisite! A great combination.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Esther Lau 31/7/14 08:21

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

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Shobha Kamath 31/7/14 08:28

Popsicles look gr8! Matcha is something new to me.

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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.

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beena stephen 31/7/14 10:32

Intresting recipe . Love it

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Medeja 31/7/14 10:43

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

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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!

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Gourmet Getaways 31/7/14 12:12

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

Julie
Gourmet Getaways

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

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

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Veronica Ng 31/7/14 12:38

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

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sophiesfoodiefiles 31/7/14 12:39

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

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

matcha and coconut, a interesting combo!

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Joanne 31/7/14 13:22

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

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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!

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Karen Harris 31/7/14 14:57

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

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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!

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Gloria Baker 31/7/14 16:00

I love the color! Look really beauty:)

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Debra Eliotseats 31/7/14 16:07

Love this. So refreshing sounding, Angie.

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Jeanette 31/7/14 17:17

Love how easy this recipe is - so refreshing!

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Ann Low 31/7/14 17:22

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

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Erica 31/7/14 17:55

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

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

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

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Gwen 31/7/14 19:52

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

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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

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Catherine 31/7/14 20:37

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

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dentistvschef 31/7/14 21:01

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

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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

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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!

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 31/7/14 22:53

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

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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,
Roz

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The Yum List 1/8/14 02:02

Just perfect for this warm weather.

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Liz Berg 1/8/14 02:51

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

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Dawn Yucuis 1/8/14 05:02

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

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Sharon D 1/8/14 05:15

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

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noobcook 1/8/14 07:49

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

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Muna Kenny 1/8/14 08:17

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

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

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

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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 ??

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kitchen flavours 1/8/14 10:01

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

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Barbara 1/8/14 14:10

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

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Pearl 1/8/14 15:08

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

Greetings from Minneapolis!

Pearl

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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!

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Amelia 1/8/14 17:11

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

Have a nice weekend.

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Gina 1/8/14 19:15

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

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Geraldine Saucier 1/8/14 20:24

A perfect treat for a hot summer day:)

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

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

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fimère .b 1/8/14 22:59

excellente combinaison c'est délicieux
bonne soirée

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Pam 1/8/14 23:19

I love anything with coconut - these look terrific!

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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!

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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 :)

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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.

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Rebecca Subbiah 2/8/14 15:44

wow what fab flavors :-) love matcha

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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. :)

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Ivy 3/8/14 11:06

Wow, they look amazing and healthy as well!

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

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

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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.

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Alida 3/8/14 18:03

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

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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

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

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

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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!

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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 ?!

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Hema 4/8/14 18:21

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

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tigerfish 5/8/14 03:36

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

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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!!

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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!

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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!

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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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