This Community Recipe is Renana’s Vegan Mango Pineapple Coconut Popsicles. These bright and light summer treats are made from a handful of simple, plant-based ingredients. It is impossible to get this recipe wrong!
Community Recipes is a recurring feature where we share your vegan recipes on the Jewish Food Hero blog. If you want to share a recipe in this series, pitch us your idea here. This series is all about sharing healthy plant-based and vegan recipes. We are creating a positive community around food and sharing.
All about Renana
Renana Spiegel Levkovich lives in Israel. Alongside working as a web developer during the day, she is passionate about her hobby of food blogging. She loves to watch food channels and considers herself a “foodie. Renana loves to take food pictures and improve her camera skills with photography courses. Renana’s favorite meal is Friday night dinner, when all the family is together and catching up. She particularly loves the desserts!
Renana’s kitchen adventure finally took root when she moved out of her parent’s house. Years passed before she became a so-called expert in the kitchen. Pinterest and Instagram helped to inspire her recipes. Of course, other bloggers lent a hand too!
All the recipes Renana whips up are vegetarian, some are vegan and gluten free as well. Alongside living a healthy lifestyle, she also bakes cookies and decadent cakes. Renana believes it’s important to have balance! You can see some of her delicious creations on her Facebook Page.
Renana is passionate about cooking and also food photography. All of the photos on her blog, Renana’s Kitchen, are her own!
All about these popsicles
Renana’s Vegan Mango Pineapple Coconut Popsicles were created in hot, hot summer.In summer time, you crave anything refreshing. These yummy vegan popsicles are a perfect solution. With only a few ingredients, you can whip these Vegan Mango Pineapple Coconut Popsicles. The only hard thing about this recipe is waiting for the popsicles to be fully frozen! They can be enjoyed anytime of year for those of us that enjoy frozen treats.
This recipe works just as well with fresh or frozen fruit, so you can enjoy these popsicles any time.
Popsicles are infinitely adaptable. They are an ideal way of recycling the tired old bits left in your fruit bowl or freezer. Somehow, being frozen in a popsicle shape turns everything into a treat!
People of all ages enjoy popsicles. They are an especially convenient way of increasing kids’ fruit intake. You can even add vegetables – try pineapple with spinach. Beetroot gives an amazing bright fuschia color, and raw cauliflower is fresh and light tasting. Just make sure you blend the mixture completely smooth.
It is basically impossible to get popsicles wrong. If you prefer a much softer texture, try using only blended fruit. If you add, liquid, they will freeze harder. Choose from plant-based milk, fruit juice, or even water.
More Jewish Food Hero Community Recipes
Sometimes we all need a little inspiration to mix up our regular recipe rotation. Our Community Recipes feature is for just that – to share our favorites and hear from a variety of people in our community. Don’t forget to get in touch to share your vegan recipe too!