2+ tsp coconut nectaror maple syrup, honey, etc - see notes
Blend all of the ingredients until well-combined, taste, add more sweetener as needed. It will thicken as it sits.
Pour into popsicle molds. If you'd like to add a drizzle of nut/seed butter, add a drizzle around the inside of the container. Then add the strawberry cream to about half way, add more nut/seed butter, add more strawberry cream, add another nut/seed butter drizzle, etc. No wrong way to do this - it all turns out yummy!
Freeze until hardened.
- You could use stevia (start with a several drops, blend, and then add more to taste), maple syrup or honey (start with a couple of tsp and work up to a few TB if needed), or you could even try medjool dates! - Use the freshest, sweetest strawberries you can find. I always smell the bunch - if they smell strongly of sweet strawberries, usually they have more flavor. - I've used both light and regular canned coconut milk... regular will be even thicker/creamier, but you might have to incrase the amount of strawberries and sweetener, as it will be more coconutty. - Native Forest canned coconut milk is BPA-free. - Optional add-ins: nut/seed butter coconut butter chocolate chips or cacao nibs strawberry jam shredded coconut