With three young boys who are demanding sweets and treats constantly, Fanny Naritama, Director of Creative Services, made her own homemade popsicles to ensure her kids are eating healthy snacks. Unlike the typical store-bought snacks, Fanny’s popsicles are made of all natural ingredients, no preservatives and no artificial food coloring.  Because the popsicles are so healthy, she feels safe giving them to her kids any time they ask for them!


  • 3 cups watermelon puree
  • 1 3/4 cup kiwi puree
  • 9 ounces canned coconut milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 3 1/2 Tbsp sugar
  •  2 Tbsp chocolate chips for the seeds (optional)


  1. Simmer coconut milk in a small pot and whisk with 1 ½ Tbsp sugar until sugar has dissolved. Add 1 tsp vanilla. Set aside, refrigerate and let it cool.  You can substitute coconut milk with half and half.
  2. Add 1 Tbsp sugar to 3 cups watermelon puree and mix it well until sugar has dissolved. Add the chocolate chips for the seeds and gently mix without dissolving chocolate chips.
  3. Prepare 10 popsicle molds and pour in watermelon puree, filling 2/3 of each popsicle mold. Cover with the lid and insert popsicles sticks. Store in freezer for 2 hours.
  4. After 2 hours, remove the popsicles from freezer and add 2 Tbsp coconut milk into each popsicle mold. Put the popsicles back in freezer for an hour.
  5. Remove popsicles from freezer and drop in 1 Tbsp kiwi puree over the coconut milk layer.
  6. Do this for all 10 popsicles.
  7. Freeze again for another 3 hours and enjoy.

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