Blue Hawaii Popsicles

Truvia Blue Hawaii Popsicles // stirandstrain.comThis post was made in partnership with Truvia®. Recipes and ideas are my own.

If you’re a regular reader around here then you know I am a big fan of all things tiki. And if you’re new, well, I’m a big fan of all things tiki! So, for our latest round of Boozy Popsicles for summer, I decided to revisit the very first tiki drink that I made years ago for our very first tiki party: The Blue Hawaii cocktail. This is a memorable drink for its bright blue hue thanks to Blue Curacao, and this kind of technicolor drink is what many people might associate tiki drinks with (along with tiny paper umbrellas).

Truvia Blue Hawaii Popsicles // stirandstrain.com

Truvia Blue Hawaii Popsicles // stirandstrain.comAt the time of the party I went out and bought one of those giant drink dispensers. Standing around making tiki drinks to order was not how I wanted to spend my entire evening. I filled it with this drink thinking to myself, this is way too much; no one is going to consume this much of a blue drink. Well, to my surprise they did, and there were a number of people bummed when it was all gone. Why? Because it’s just a great, easy drinking cocktail: rum, blue curaçao, citrus, pineapple, and coconut cream. And this winning combo easily translates into a flavorful popsicle.

Truvia Blue Hawaii Popsicles // stirandstrain.comTo sweeten up these popsicles, we’re using Truvia® Natural Sweetener packets along with fresh citrus instead of the bottled sweet and sour mix that is usually called for in this recipe. That means your popsicles will have fewer calories, and none of that gross synthetic stuff, thanks to zero-calorie Truvia. And they will taste just as sweet! I love using the Truvia packets for these recipes because it means one less thing I have to measure, just count out a few packets and you’re done.

Truvia Blue Hawaii Popsicles // stirandstrain.comAlso, if you’re looking to make these non-alcoholic, just sub the white rum with a bit more pineapple juice and coconut cream. Or add in a few more pineapple chunks! These jewel-toned popsicles are so beautiful everyone’s going to be asking for one!

Truvia Blue Hawaii Popsicles // stirandstrain.comNow, the look of these popsicles will change depending on what kind of popsicle mold you have. I have a lay-flat kind like this, however, you might have the kind that is vertical. You can layer these any way you’d like. Or even just mix everything together and freeze. It’s really up to you and won’t change the taste.

Truvia Blue Hawaii Popsicles // stirandstrain.comOk, let’s make some popsicles! Tiny paper umbrellas optional!

Truvia Blue Hawaii Popsicles // stirandstrain.comBlue Hawaii Popsicles

makes 5, 3-1/2 ounce popsicles

5 ounces coconut cream
4 Truvia Natural Sweetener packets
10 pineapple chunks
1 ounce freshly squeezed lime juice
4 ounces white rum
3 ounces freshly squeezed lemon juice
3-1/2 ounces pineapple juice

popsicle sticks

  • Mix together the coconut cream and Truvia Natural Sweetener packets. Set aside.
  • If you have the lay-flat molds, insert popsicle sticks. If not, skip this step for now.
  • Place pineapple chunks in the mold and then pour in coconut cream evenly between molds.
  • Freeze for about an hour.
  • While the cream layer is freezing, mix the blue layer by combining lime juice, white rum, lemon juice, pineapple juice.
  • Remove popsicle molds from freezer, pour in blue mixture, add popsicle sticks if using vertical molds, and place back into freezer. Freeze at least 8 hours or overnight.
  • To serve, remove from freezer and let stand about 5 minutes. Gently remove and serve!