Pina Colada Pops

by Samantha ~ April 26th, 2012. Filed under: eats, the homefront.

Last week, I tried my hand at making homemade Popsicles! I ordered a set of molds off of Amazon and set to work.

In a blender, I mixed up a banana, a can of cream of coconut, and a can of crushed pineapple in its juice. I had a TON of mix left over after I filled the molds, so I blended in some Myer’s Rum and made pina colada cubes!

I might have used a little too much rum, because they are strong! I’ve only had little spoons at a time and it feels like I’m doing a shot. A cold, creamy, delicious shot.

I’d love to learn some more Pop recipes, so please share if you’ve got any!

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6 Responses to Pina Colada Pops

  1. James Lark

    Lemon Pop for Sam:5 lemons,150g sugar,2 glasses of water,a pinch of salt.
    Dissolve the sugar in the water and put the obtained syrup on to a slow fire.
    Add the lemon zest,wait until it boils.Boil for 5 min.add salt,filter it and cool.
    Add the juice,squeezed from the 5 lemons.Spill this mass into the molds.Freeze it.Hope you will enjoy it!

  2. sajb



    Units: US | Metric

    2 (12 ounce) cans strawberry (fruits)
    1 (12 ounce) can carbonated lemon-lime beverage (7up)
    1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk


    Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and stir until well blended. Freeze for about 1-2 hours, remove from freezer and stir vigorously breaking up the ice crystals (repeat at least twice). Transfer to individual serving containers and freeze until firm, atleast 8 hours (preferably 24 hours or longer).

  3. Samantha

    Those recipes looks awesome!

  4. christina

    Hey Sam!

    Love your blog! I. Mean. Love. It. Anyhoo, we went to HS together and even played Vampire The Masquerade once or twice together. In fact i just was texting with Matt Shuster and told him I loved your blog and he said he was sitting next to your hubby. strange world.

    Back to the pops….

    Im a photographer and food writer these days and have my own food blog called I do a lot of pops with kefir bec its so good for u and so delicious. Im addicted to buying popsicle molds and particularly love the silicone ones by Orka. If you ahev no patience to wait 6 hours to freeze them you should buy one of these: . It takes 7 minutes!! thin of the concoctions you and your amazing mixologist hubby could come up with. I did a shirley temple one for the kids recently. Big hit! How cool are the designs? Dont you just want to eat the actual pop mold?

    Anyway, loving what you do. you are inspiring!


  5. christina duh! this is the link for the molds! didnt go through the first time!

  6. Christiana

    I know you are wicked busy with all the last miuntee things witht he wedding, but wanted to let you know I left you an award on my blog. I hope you have an amazing wedding day, and enjoy your honeymoon!

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