Zobo Berry Coconut Popsicle

Afro- Foods | July 2, 2017 | By

For the fourth of July, my family and I are going to be heading to one of our friend’s places for an all-day celebration and there will be lots of food. Anyone who knows Africans know that whenever we get together with lots of food there is always a major variety. I decided that instead of bringing something typical like rice or some type of spicy meat dish, I wanted to bring something theme appropriate to fourth of July by fusing Zobo (aka hibiscus)  with coconut, strawberries and blueberries to create a fantastic  Zobo Berry Coconut Popsicle.

This Zobo berry coconut popsicle recipe is very simple, but it is very impressive. And when they as “you made this yourself” you can just smile and say, “yes… from scratch”. If you do not have a popsicle mold, simply make your popsicles in a paper cup and they will com out just fine. Double, triple or quadruple the recipe to make as many as you like as well.

Zobo Berry and Coconut Popsicle
For this dish I fused Zobo (aka hibiscus)  with coconut, strawberries and blueberries to create a fantastic Zobo Berry Coconut Popsicle.
  • 1 cup prepared zobo or hibiscus tea (sweetened to your taste)
  • 1/ 2 cup straw berries
  • 1 cup coconut milk (from a box not from a can)
  • ½ cup blue berries.
  • ¼ cup of sugar
  1. Mix the sugar and the coconut milk until the sugar is dissolved and set aside.
  2. In the popsicle mold, gently place the blue berries half way into each mold, and pour the coconut milk half way as well.
  3. Place the mold in the freezer for at least four hours to freeze.
  4. After four hours, while the coconut milk and blue berry part of the popsicle is still in the freezer, blend your zobo or hibiscus tea with the strawberries.
  5. Pour the zobo/ hibiscus strawberry mix to fill up the other half of the popsicle mold. At the his point, you should place your popsicle sticks into your molds.
  6. Freeze for another 4 hour or over night.
  7. To unmold the popsicles, simply run the outside of the mold under hot water for 15 seconds, and pull out the popsicles gently from the mold.
  8. You can serve them immediately, or place in a small plastic zip bag and put in the freezer to serve later.

Try it and let me know if you like it! If you are looking for another delicious refreshing zobo recipe, why not check out the You can also try out my awesome Ginger Spiked Pineapple juice recipe or  take a look at Nigeria’s Favorite Mocktail: Chapman?

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