Cocopine Popsicles. You’re probably sitting there, thinking to yourself, “What the HECK is Cocopine? And why do I want a popsicle version of it?” Well let me tell you my friends, it is the most perfect blend of pineapple, coconut and banana! Now doesn’t that sound delicious! Well it is! It makes a great smoothie combination, but its even better as cocopine popsicles!

Cocopine Popsicles - Creamy Coconut and Pineapple Summer Pops! -

They look DELISH right? Here’s how you can make your own Cocopine Popsicles!


1 ½  Cans             Pineapple chunks
1 Can                     Coconut Milk/Cream
1                              Banana, ripe
½ C                         Pineapple Juice
¼ C                         Rainbow Coconut

Cocopine Popsicles - Creamy Coconut and Pineapple Summer Pops! -

Cocopine Popsicles - Creamy Coconut and Pineapple Summer Pops! -


In a blender, combine pineapple chunks, coconut milk, banana and pineapple juice.
Blend very well
Add the Rainbow Coconut (can also use regular coconut)
Blend very well
Pour into popsicle moulds and freeze

Cocopine Popsicles - Creamy Coconut and Pineapple Summer Pops! -

Cocopine Popsicles - Creamy Coconut and Pineapple Summer Pops! -

Don’t these cocopine popsicles look delish! They’re the perfect way to cool off on a hot day and enjoy a tasty, fruit filled and creamy treat! And I’m totally in LOVE with this flavor combination! So in love in fact that I’ll be back next week with a special cocopine smoothie! Ya’ll are gonna love it!

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10 Responses to Cocopine Popsicles!

  1. Elle Spann says:

    I’ve tried and failed, so maybe I just need to try your recipe 😉
    elle | southern elle style

  2. Patti McGarry says:

    What size cans do you use? And what is rainbow coconut? I’d love to try this for my family, more info please!

  3. I bet it tastes wonderful. Coconut, pineapple and banana..Interesting..

  4. Yum! I’m a massive coconut fan, and these look super yummy! I’d never even heard of rainbow coconut, but I can certainly make these with regular coconut, so these are on my to-do list once I break out my popsicle molds for the summer! 🙂 Lisa

  5. Fabulous treat, and the the flavors are awesome. i could use one these cool treats today. it is in the 90’s. thanks for sharing at DI&DI.

  6. Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up!

  7. Miz Helen says:

    What a delicious Popsicles! Thanks so much for sharing your great post with us at Full Plate Thursday, I really appreciate you sharing with us!
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  8. angie says:

    these sound oh so yummy and with the many games, concerts , and other outside events we will all want to stay cool these sound like they will do the job nicely
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  9. Emily says:

    Wow, this sounds yummy! Pinned. Thanks for sharing at #HomeMAttersParty

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