Sweet and tangy Cucumber Lime Mint Paletas – the perfect frozen treat to enjoy on a hot summers day! Paleo, Vegan, Low FODMAP, and AIP friendly
Disregarding the 5 minute blitz of snow we had last week, summer is no doubt on its way and I for one am PUMPED.
Give me sunshine. Give me heat. Give me all the frozen treats starting with these Cucumber Lime Mint Paletas. Cool?
If you’re wondering why I decided to call these paletas instead of popsicles it’s not because I’m trying to pretend like I’m being fancy (ok maybe a little). Really though I just felt like paletas is a more appropriate name considering that I started out making aguas frescas and decided to turn them into popsicles instead. Having just received my new ice lolly mould in the mail Mike and I have been itching to make anything and everything popsicle related.
Truth is I decided to change course once I started to strain the pulp from the juice and realized just how much I’d have to throw away. I hate food waste, and pulp or no pulp, I couldn’t bring myself to just chuck it out. Besides, I’d rather be drowning in cucumber and mint rather than wondering where it all went.
These paletas are super easy to make – just blitz everything together in a blender and pour into your popsicle moulds to set. Depending on the type of sweetener you use you can customize these popsicles to suit your diet – paleo/low FODMAP/vegan etc. I like these popsicles quite tangy, but if you’re like Mike and have more of a sweet tooth feel free to add an additional tablespoon or so of your sweetener- tasting as you go until you’re happy.
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- 1 lb cucumbers about 2 medium cucumbers diced
- 1/2 cup fresh lime juice 118 ml, 5-10 limes depending on how juicy they are
- 1 1/4 cup packed mint leaves stems removed
- 4 kiwis peeled
- 1/4 cup maple syrup 90 grams, honey, or agave
- 1 1/4 cup water 295 ml
- Add all of your ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
- Pour the mixture into your popsicle moulds and freeze until solid for 3-4 hours.
Use maple syrup for low FODMAP option
Serving size: 1 out of 6 Popsicle Calories: 92 Fat: 0g Saturated fat: 0 g Carbohydrates: 22 g Sugar: 13 g Fiber: 2 g Protein: 2 g
This makes 6-12 popsicle's depending on the size of your mould
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