Coconut-Carrot Icees

Icee, icee, baby! While everyone else is sweating bullets on the beach, you could be cool as a cucumber with these coconut-carrot ice-pops. You might enjoy the summer sunshine just a shred more knowing that this recipe is naturally sweetened with stevia. Not to mention, the beta-carotene from carrots conveniently converts to your skin’s best friend (vitamin A).

Coconut-Carrot Ice Pops

Coconut-Carrot Icees
Recipe courtesy of Missy Marie Smith

Ingredients

1 can (14 oz) unsweetened coconut milk
1 cup fresh carrot juice
1 ripe banana, pureed
¼ cup fresh carrot pulp
¼ cup unsweetened shredded coconut
¼ cup stevia

Directions

  1. Whisk all ingredients together and pour into an ice-pop mold.
  2. Freeze for at least 24 hours and enjoy!

Don’t have a juicer to make fresh carrot juice? Try this recipe with a bottled 100% pure carrot juice blend (not from concentrate!).

Don’t have an ice-pop mold? Pour mixture into an ice cube tray, instead.

Missy Marie Smith is a Pittsburgh-based fitness model with a big personality and an equally big passion for creating a healthy body from the inside out. She practices what she preaches and is happy to tell you that it’s okay to have wine and pizza sometimes. Everything in moderation. 

Missy Marie Smith

I am a fitness model located in Pittsburgh, PA with a lot of personality to go around. I consider myself a health nut, foodie, fitness competitor, fitness model and nerd. Not necessarily in that order!

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About Missy Marie Smith

I am a fitness model located in Pittsburgh, PA with a lot of personality to go around. I consider myself a health nut, foodie, fitness competitor, fitness model and nerd. Not necessarily in that order!

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