Updated: Jun 28, 2022
Icy layers of Juicy cherry-berry and sweet vanilla coconut cream will cool you off on a hot day. Plus, you'll get your polyphenols for the day. Get the recipe.
Hot summer days call for a refreshing icy treat. Cool off with a delicious and nutritious ice pop made with red berry flavored Gundry MD Vital Reds and rich coconut cream. It's so easy it ridiculous. Read on for the recipe.
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To make these juicy pops, you'll need some type of popsicle mold and wooden sticks. Ditch the plastic sticks that come with the molds for now, as they won't allow you to layer the flavors. Only popsicle sticks will do.
Now, here's a little info about the ingredients. If you already have Vital Reds, you'll just need two tiny scoops to make these ice pops. Vital Reds is one of my top-10 Gundry MD supplements. I drink a delicious cherry-berry glass of it every night before bed. The red polyphenol blend has antioxidants superpowers against evil inflammatory nemeses. And all the B vitamins help me sleep like a baby. If you don't have this supplement, take advantage of the rare sale happening now. See above for link and code.
Finally, let's talk coconut cream. Be sure to get unsweetened coconut cream. My favorite brand is Aroy D. I can always find it at my local Asian market. There are other brands, but just read the ingredients and make sure they're not full of sugar. If you're not a fan of coconut, you can also use real heavy cream. Or, if you're wanting a dairy free pop, try almond milk, but it's not as creamy as coconut or heavy cream.
Okay, let's make LFG berries and cream ice pops!
LFG Berries & Cream Ice Pops
2 Scoops Gundry MD Vital Reds (divided)
2 Cup Water (divided)
1 Cup Unsweetened Coconut Cream
4-6 drops Vanilla Liquid Stevia Extract
Step 1: Make the first red layer
In a pourable measuring glass, mix 1 scoop of Gundry MD Vital Reds with 1 cup water until dissolved. Fill 6 ice pop molds about 1/3 full of mixture. Freeze for at least an hour.
Step 2: Make the second white layer
In a pourable measuring glass, add 1 cup of coconut cream and 4-6 drops of vanilla stevia. Mix well. Pour into ice pop molds directly over first frozen red layer. Only fill the molds to 2/3 full leaving room for the final layer. Freeze for about 20 minutes to a soft slushy freeze. Insert wooden sticks. Then freeze for 40 minutes more until frozen solid.
Step 3: Make final red layer
In a pourable measuring glass, mix the remaining scoop of Gundry MD Vital Reds with the remaining 1 cup of water until dissolved. Pour into ice pop mold over the coconut cream. The stick should remain in place. Fill the molds to the fill line with this final layer. Freeze one hour until solid.
To serve, simply run a little warm water over molds and the ice pops will slide right out. To serve a crowd, fill a 9x13 baking dish with ice and set the pops directly on the ice. I suggest napkins, too, to catch the drips. ENJOY!