Vegan Banana Cream Popsicles

Perfectly portioned, Vegan Banana Cream Popsicles bring the tropics to your kitchen in a flash.

So, I have some good if not slightly embarrassing news.  I went a bit overboard in anticipation of the holidays this year and lined up a giveaway for every week leading up to Christmas, starting in a couple weeks.  It feels slightly awkward because I’ve had some great conversations with many of you recently about finding a balance between doing your own thing versus working with companies. But the holidays are about celebration and this is all in good fun.  Because in the end, what’s the point if we’re not having fun?  I’ve decided to run this particular contest a bit sooner rather than later because once the snow comes I’m not sure how many popsicles anyone will be craving.  And you really need to try these vegan banana cream pops.  Zoku sent me a pop maker to review and in turn, I have decided to personally give one away so that this post isn’t simply a product review.  Details about the giveaway can be found after the recipe.

I’d been eying the colorful Zoku products for quite some time before getting my hands on one.  I’m clearly part of their target audience because I like bright jewel-tone colors and I’m also a big fan of pops in general. The marketing sold me before I even opened the box. I already had basic pop makers on hand (which I used to make these) but was intrigued by the idea of being able to enjoy a frozen pop within minutes of prepping it.  I’m a big fan of instant gratification.  The Zoku Pop Makers come in single, double and triple versions but the single is right size for me.  Mr. Savory isn’t a big fan of pops and I get bored easily.  I like the idea of making just one or two pops at a time and then moving on to a new flavor.

This thing basically works like an ice cream maker but much easier.  You put the Zoku in the freezer for 24 hours (or just leave it there so it’s ready whenever you want it).  Make and chill your pop filling and you’ll have a fresh popsicle within 7-10 minutes of pouring the liquid into the device.  Not bad for a quick, healthy snack and a definite upgrade from the standard popsicle maker.  I think you’ll really like these vegan banana cream popsicles.  They’re easy to make (only 4 ingredients!) and have no refined sugars.  It’s a guilt-free treat that doesn’t skimp on (healthy) fat or flavor.  Use the full fat coconut milk with these for the best results.

Vegan Banana Cream Popsicles ~ Savory Simple
Print Pin Recipe

Vegan Banana Cream Popsicles

Perfectly portioned, Vegan Banana Cream Popsicles bring the tropics to your kitchen in a flash.
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 2 Zoku pops
Calories 122
Author Jennifer Farley

Ingredients

  • 1 banana
  • 1/4 cup canned coconut milk
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground cardamom

Instructions

  • Puree all ingredients in a blender.
  • Chill the mixture for at least 15 minutes.
  • Pour mixture into frozen Zoku Quick Pop Maker.
  • Allow to chill for 7-10 minutes.

Nutrition

Calories: 122kcal | Carbohydrates: 15g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Sodium: 5mg | Potassium: 290mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 8g | Vitamin A: 0.8% | Vitamin C: 7.2% | Iron: 3.6%

Recipe Troubleshooting

For help troubleshooting a recipe, please email recipehelp@savorysimple.net. I’ll try to respond to urgent questions as quickly as possible! This email address is only for recipe troubleshooting; Solicitations will be ignored.

Today I’m giving away one Zoku Single Quick Pop Maker.  The contest will run through November 4 and then Rafflecopter will randomly select a winner.  All entries will be confirmed and invalid entries will be deleted.  I’ll email the winner who will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is selected.  US residents only.

Note: This giveaway has ended

Disclaimer: I was sent a free Zoku Single Pop Maker to review.  I was not compensated for the review and all opinions are mine.  The contest is sponsored by Savory Simple.

About Jennifer Farley

Jennifer graduated from the Culinary Arts program at L’Academie de Cuisine, and has worked professionally as a line cook, pastry chef, and cooking instructor. Her cookbook, The Gourmet Kitchen, was published in 2016 by Simon & Schuster.

Affiliate Disclaimer: Posts may contain affiliate links. I am a participant in the rewardStyle and Amazon affiliate programs, which help support Savory Simple by providing me with a small commission fee when you shop through my links, at no additional cost to you.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *