Chocolate Coconut Kiwi Fruit Icy Poles – Yummo!

Dark Chocolate Chips, Coconut Oil and Organic Kiwi Fruit.

Dark Chocolate Chips, Coconut Oil and Kiwi Fruit. All Organic and Vegan!

The other day while online I stumbled across Cathy the ShowFood Chef’s Blog. While I haven’t explored Cathy’s blog so much, I was totally inspired by her Kiwi Fruit covered icy-poles and decided to try them out for myself.

My 2.5 half year old LOVED this icy treat and literally tried to eat 5 of them at one time, which was very cute! They are really really easy to make, and a great activity to have your Little One help you out with. They are also a healthier alternative to most icy-poles you would buy in a store. Of course, I used all organic products and I love that it is all vegan.

Five at a Time

Five at a Time

WHAT YOU NEED

  • Organic Kiwi Fruit. Peeled and Sliced in 1 inch pieces
  • 1 cup of organic dark chocolate
  • A half cup of coconut oil
  • Wooden Icy Pole Sticks

WHAT TO DO

  • Peel and cut kiwi fruit into 1 inch pieces
  • Place Icy Pole stick into the center of the fruit

Sticks in the kiwi fruit

Sticks in the kiwi fruit

  • Place on tray and place in freezer until frozen (I left mine overnight to be sure)
  • In a double boiler, (or just a metal bowl placed in some boiling hot water), place the chocolate and coconut oil and stir till melted

Melted Chocolate and Coconut

Melted Chocolate and Coconut

  • Dip the frozen kiwi fruit into the chocolate, and turn in your hand until the chocolate mixture is set

Time to dip the frozen kiwi fruit in the melted chocolate

Time to dip the frozen kiwi fruit in the melted chocolate

  • Serve immediately, or return to freezer until you are ready to serve

Time to go back in the freezer

Time to go back in the freezer

Thanks for reading my Blog, I hope you have a chance to make these and enjoy making them as much as Miles Storm and I did!

2 thoughts on “Chocolate Coconut Kiwi Fruit Icy Poles – Yummo!

    1. Willy B Mum

      Thank-you.
      Yes, Miles really loved being a part of it as you can tell from his face! They were really easy to make and I am sure you could also do it with other fruits as well like bananas.

      Reply

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