Coconut Lime Frosty Cups

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Not a day goes by that I don’t treat myself to something sweet. A baked apple, frozen banana, small piece of chocolate… nothing fancy, just something small that I can savor.

If I’m feeling ultra creative, I’ll whip up a quick dessert that’s freezer friendly and make a couple of servings to last the whole week long.

Are you the same? What sorts of treats do you like to make?

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This recipe, that I shared over at Paleo Parents this week, is exactly the kind of daily dessert I gravitate toward.

5 ingredients.

Simple.

Wholesome.

Grain-free.

Sugar-free.

And of course, I added step by step pictures as always.

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Head on over to Paleo Parents for the recipe… but before you go, tell me…

What sorts of snacks do you prepare for the week ahead?

Are you more of a sweet or savory person when it comes to snacking?

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  1. I am all about a great piece of dark chocolate. Lucky to live in a city that has an amazing chocolatier.

  2. I love snacking on smoothie and baked fruits. It doesn’t really take a long time to prepare, so I just whip it up on the go!

    This desserts spells “tropics” to me :)

  3. Do they melt if left out of the freezer for awhile, or stay in the same form? I’m wondering if they might be good for a potluck.

  4. My go-to snack usually includes apples too: I make chai apple omelets (they remind me of Sunday morning pancakes)

    I’m in love with coconut, so these are certainly going to have to happen. However, it brought a thought to mind when I saw your silicone muffin tray: you should do a post discussing what you think are kitchen tool essentials. There are so many times when I want to make something but I just don’t have the right tools to do it best.

  5. mmm, toasted coconut is one of my favourite smells. Another one is vanilla! I love the taste too, but first the aroma draws you in. I’m going to try this with lemon, just because I have no limes. I think this may be added to my little treats that I need to have on hand so I can have something sweet here and there. I am definitely like you, needing a little something sweet everyday. I love hummus and a good veggie smoothie but sweet is where the most loveliest aroma’s are! :) Thanks for another fantastic and very useful recipe. I appreciate you and all the work you do :Leanne :)

    • Lemon would be really, really good in here. I can’t wait to hear how you like it, Tamikko. Thanks thanks for your kind words. Hope you had a great day!

  6. Can’t wait to try this!
    Is there anything else I could use to replace the banana?
    My 14 month old daughter is allergic to bananas, unfortunately.

    • Hi Kat – banana allergy… no worries! You could probably use any type of fruit puree you have on hand. Perhaps 1/2 cup of apple sauce would work well?

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