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Banana Split Freezer Pops

Today I have a very sweet lady here to share a sweet freezer treat. Lisa, is a former highschool teacher turned stay-at-home mom/writer from Ontario, Canada. Three years ago, she started writing the blog Pocketfuls as a means of nurturing several of her passions. She shares her observations and reflections on daily life, warm and humorous stories about her boys, and recipes (tasty recipes) she's developed for delicious and healthy eats made without gluten, dairy, eggs, or refined sugar. 

Back in 2011 Lisa was featured here on Lexie's Kitchen where she shared her story and tips for Making the Switch from processed to pure foods. 

I am so glad to have her back and to give her Banana Split Freezer Pops some added exposure. 

The idea for these gluten-free and vegan banana split freezer pops came to Lisa on a recent hot summery afternoon when her family was wishing for a frosty treat to help cool them off. They're made with a variety of fresh fruits and some coconut milk, have no added sugar, and are finished off with a drizzle of dark chocolate and a sprinkling of walnuts.

For the recipe, click here! Enjoy!!

Reader Comments (4)

Just tried to comment on Lisa's blog, but had some trouble getting it done. I'll leave my "I love anything with cherries and dark chocolate" comment over here. What a great idea for a summer treat and I must admit, those freezer pops look divine. I'm going to have to break down and get some of those molds. Thanks for the inspiration!

July 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMelissa

Melissa ... or just get some cheapie Dixie cups :) xo

July 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLexie

WOW! These would be awsome with a lil rhum as a pina colada frozen treat (for adults!)
I make refined sugar free/dairy free (and i assume gluten free as well) Fudgiscles for my 3yrs old every summer and they are very good! reminds me of this. I use silken tofu, frozen banana, cocoa powder, a little stevia and a handful of chopped dates to sweeten in my blender and then put in popsicle molds and refreeze! They are great and the tofu has the amazing power of NOT dripping! Tonight im also going to try making basil-watermelon sorbet in my ice-cream maker! YAY for summer!

July 8, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterFrederique

Frederique, LOVE all your ideas. xoLexie

July 8, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLexie

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