Cantaloupe Cream Pops

I interrupt your regularly scheduled posts to add a few recipes I’ve thrown together over the past few weeks. I’ve shared these recipes on my Instagram. If you don’t already follow me, you can check me out @differentbeetnutrition.

The next few days I’ll be posting a few simple recipes here and there that have slipped in to have them posted on the blog, and to share it with my blog family. These are not originally something I had planned to post, and usually I will be only posting twice a month since I know that is something I can consistently do. These next few posts might be light, but I hope you enjoy them none-the-less.

Let’s get to it! Cantaloupe is my favorite melon, and something I love having in the summer is cold, juicy, cantaloupe. So I decided to make them even colder and freeze them as fruit pops! Even better, these popsicles have no added sugar. I’m not a huge sweet fan, so these are sweet enough for me, but you can always add some sweetener to it if you’d like to the mixture.

Hope you’re enjoying your summer!

Cantaloupe Cream Pops

  • Servings: 8 small popsicles, or 4 large
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  • 1/2 cantaloupe
  • 1/3-1/2 cup coconut cream from can
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon


  1. Blend all ingredients together in blender until smooth.
  2. Add mixture to molds and freeze overnight.
  3. Enjoy!”


Author: Amanda Arroyo

My name is Amanda Arroyo. I am a Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, certified by AFPA. I am here for you to be your support, accountability and guide to help you find your own personal healthy, or how I like to say you own "Different Beet".

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