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Malabi Popsicles

Malabi is definitely one of my favorite summer desserts; cold, light and always a crowd pleaser. It can be made vegan very easily, and I really do not know anyone who refuses cold malabi with rose water syrup, coconut and pistachios. It’s so hot outside this summer, so I decided to make a frozen version for my favorite dessert and that’s how these malabi popsicles were thought of!

This malabi popsicle is easily made with no ice cream machine – just mix a few ingredients in a bowl, freeze and you have a delicious summer treat.  These popsicles combine coconut, raspberry, honey and rose water in a luscious red and white marble look, just like malabi. Plus, it is very easy to prepare!

I made it in two different versions – regular and vegan; both of them are simply excellent. The vegan version uses coconut cream which gives the popsicles a rich and creamy texture; The dairy version is made with natural yogurt that makes it lighter and delicious. In both cases, these malabi popsicles are simply perfect.

In order to make these popsicles I used this popsicle pan, which is definitely one of the most common props I use in my kitchen this summer 🙂

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Malabi Popsicles

Photo: Natalie Levin

Malabi Popsicles

Photo: Natalie Levin



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Malabi Popsicles

Servings 10 popsicles
Author נטלי

Ingredients

For the popsicles:

  • 500 ml. coconut cream or natural yogurt
  • 180 grams of honey
  • 20 grams of rose water not rose water extract!

For the raspberry mixture:

  • 75 grams smooth raspberry puree

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, mix coconut cream (or yogurt), honey and rose water to a uniform mixture.
  2. Divide the mixture into 2 bowls and add raspberry puree to one of them. Stir well into a uniform mixture.
  3. Pour the two mixtures into the popsicle mold to create marble look.
  4. Close the pan and insert popsicle sticks.
  5. Freeze for at least 4-5 hours or until the popsicles are completely frozen.
  6. Remove from the pan and serve.

Recipe Notes

  • The popsicles are kept in a closed container in the freezer for up to a month.
  • Instead of raspberries you can use any other berry that you like, the taste will of course change accordingly.
  • If you use rose water extract, you will need a significantly smaller amount. In general, it is best to taste and decide if enough or more needs to be added.
  • Instead of honey you can use maple or date syrup in the same amount. The taste will change accordingly.
Malabi Popsicles

Photo: Natalie Levin

Malabi Popsicles

Photo: Natalie Levin

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