Pineapple Jalapeno Green Popsicles

  • Pineapple Jalapeno Green Popsicles | the little epicurean

    Whew.  I’m glad last week’s Southern California heatwave is over.  I’m super thankful I was able to skip the heat for a little bit here in NYC.  I have a couple days left in the city until I have to return to LA.

    While I’m enjoying this cool weather, Alex is back at home taking care of little Charlie.  Since it doesn’t seem like the heat in LA is going away anytime soon, I left Alex with a batch of these pineapple jalapeño green popsicles!

    I first made this popsicles last month for The Chalkboard.  These green popsicles are the perfect combination of spicy and cool.  They’re super refreshing and one of the easiest treats to make.  Just 3 ingredients!  You don’t need any fancy popsicle molds, paper cups or freezer safe glasses and containers work just as fine.  You can even freeze them in ice cube trays and blend them into wonderfully delightful slushies.

    Pineapple Jalapeno Green Popsicles | the little epicurean

    Pineapple Jalapeño Green Popsicles | the little epicurean

    I’m so happy to have a Pressed Juicery location within 2 miles of my house.   I used a bottle of their kale/romaine/spinach/yuzu/pink lady apple/cucumber/jalapeño blend.  It’s a seasonal blend so get them fast while they’re still available.  But don’t worry, any kind of green juice would work just as well.  I added fresh pineapple and mango to thicken the juice.  The added fruits help to give the popsicles a little more texture and body.

    Beat the remaining hot days with this healthy treat!

    I can’t wait to get home and share with you all my NYC adventures!  Happy Monday and have a great week, friends!

    Pineapple Jalapeño Green Popsicles

    Yield: makes 10 popsicles

    Prep Time: 5 minutes

    Cook Time: 5 hours

    Total Time: 5 hours 5 minutes



    1. In a blender (or food processor) combine juice, pineapple, and mango.  Blend until smooth.
    2. Pour mixture into popsicle molds.  Place filled molds in the freezer for 1 hour.  Remove and insert wooden sticks into molds.  Return mold to freezer and freezer for at least 4 hours, until firm.

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    Becky (The Cookie Rookie)

    I love this! Gorgeous pictures as always. These sound amazing!

    Millie | Add A Little

    What a great exciting flavour combination! Great vibrant colour too!

    Sarah @ SnixyKitchen

    Lucky Alex! I’m not planning to retire my popsicle mold any time soon and these sounds like something Lucas will fall in love with. Hope you’re enjoying your vacay in NYC!

      Maryanne Cabrera

      Thanks Sarah! I had such a great time in NYC. I’m not ready to be back home and back to reality. I want to vacation foreverrrrr!

    Chris @ Shared Appetite

    So great to meet you last week at the BHG event! These popsicles sound amazing! I’m a huge fan of sweet/spicy combos.

      Maryanne Cabrera

      Great meeting you as well, Chris! I love spicy foods. The spicier the better! Although, these popsicles only have a little kick :)

    Jen @ Baked by an Introvert

    jalapeno in a popsicle? How creative. I think my hot pepper loving husband would kill for one of these. I hope you are having a great time in NY!

      Maryanne Cabrera

      Thanks Jen! I had a GREAT time in NYC! I’m having withdrawals being back home :( But I’ve missed my kitchen so much!

    Jocelyn (Grandbaby Cakes)

    Gorgeous photos! I need some of this!

      Maryanne Cabrera

      Thanks Jocelyn! It was a pleasure meeting you last week! I can’t wait for your cookbook! :)

    Amanda - A Cookie Named Desire

    This is such a great flavor combination. I love it! Got to eat as many popsicles now before it gets too cold (it’s a wonderful 74 degrees out today! ) Pinned.

      Maryanne Cabrera

      Thanks Amanda! The cold weather isn’t going to stop me from eating popsicles! :)

    Kayla King // The Summer Lover

    Holy yum! I HAVE to try these! Thanks for sharing, babe!

    xx, Kayla ♡ //

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