18Pineapple Coriander Popsicle, Pineapple Cilantro Ice Pops
Pineapple Coriander Popsicle – Chill out your noon with this refreshing frozen treat!
Pineapple lowers the risk of heart disease and cancer. It also boosts the immune system, aids digestion, fights cancer, and increases fertility.
Sanvi is not a big fan of pineapple so, I feed her pineapple in the form of popsicles. She likes this popsicle a lot. When you taste this Pineapple Coriander Popsicle, you get both pineapple and coriander leaves flavors. When I came across this popsicle, I wanted to try it out right away to see how it tasted. I have not made popsicles with coriander leaves, but this popsicle tasted really good.
- Servings 9.0
- Sodium 28 mg
- Serving Size 1 Ice Pop
- Carbohydrates 0 g
- Calories 45
- Fiber 1 g
- Fat 0 g
- Sugar 9 g
- Saturated Fat 0 g
- Protein 0 g
- Cholesterol 0 mg
Pineapple chunks (frozen) – 2 cups
Coriander Leaves /Cilantro – 3 tablespoon
Lime Juice (fresh) – 2 tablespoon
Banana – 1/2 no.
Agave Nectar/Honey – 2 tablespoon
Coconut Water – 1 cup
Note. The ingredients shown will vary with the original quantity.
1. Cut the fruits into small chunks. Transfer all the ingredients to the blender.
2. Grind the ingredients smoothly. Pour into ice pop molds and freeze them for eight hours.
Now, Pineapple Cilantro Popsicle is ready!
Pineapple Coriander Popsicle, Pineapple Cilantro Ice Pops recipe below: