Lime Pie Pops

  Lime Pie Pops

We got a little bit of the exotic along with some staples in last weeks produce co-op basket and absolutely loved it. We had potatoes, cauliflower and (surprise!) prickly pear. Oh, and about 15 limes….So what does one do with all those limes? Well you make chicken curry with lime and then treat yourself to a fabulously tart and sweet dessert — lime pie pops!

I’m telling you, these popsicles taste just like the filling of a key lime pie, except they aren’t made with key limes. To this day I still don’t know the difference between a regular lime and a tiny little key lime, but hey it really doesn’t matter because these hit all the right notes of sweet and sour. They are incredibly refreshing as we still battle scorching heat here in Texas. I know most people are busting out their pumpkin everything, but in our home we’re milking the last drops of summer for all they’re worth.

Lime Pie Pops


  • 4 limes
  • 1 (14 ounce) can full fat coconut milk
  • 6 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt


  1. Zest 3 of the limes into a bowl. Roll the limes on a cutting board to release the juices inside.
  2. Cut all your limes in half and squeeze as much of their juices into the same bowl.
  3. Shake the coconut milk can before opening, then pour into lime mixture.
  4. Add sugar and salt and whisk until everything is dissolved.
  5. Pour into popsicle mold and let sit in the freezer for at least 2 hours.


Close your eyes and savor the creamy goodness and the end of summer, one bite at a time.

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Natasha Red lives in Texas with her husband and baby girl. She inherited her love of cooking from watching her dad serve her family meals every night growing up. From early on, being in the kitchen has provided a creative outlet and a sense of calm at the end of a hard day. Natasha loves to see women boldly approach food, embracing it as a blessing to themselves and the people that fill their homes. Her blog is a personal recipe collection sprinkled with thoughts on motherhood, life as a family, natural living, and her passion for gathering people in her home, feeding their bellies and their hearts as well.

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  1. Oh my, these look incredible! I love lime so so much. I can’t wait to try these!

  2. FWIW, I don’t know the difference between lime and key limes either. No matter! These look fantastic. I love coconut milk and can never find enough uses for it. This looks like a great recipe to add to my collection.

  3. They sound delicious! Do you think that we could replace the sugar with stevia? I’m trying to cut out sugar.

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