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Cool down with a piña colada pop.

It’s hot outside and there’s no better way to cool down than with an ice pop!

Ingrid taught Wendy how to make these delightfully refreshing piña colada ice pops that will give your next party a little kick!

To make these ice pops you’ll need…

½ cup rum (or pineapple juice)
6 coconut all-fruit frozen pops, such as FrozFruit
1 cup Demerara or turbinado sugar
Toasted coconut flakes

(To make virgin piña colada popsicles, substitute pineapple juice for the rum)

Pour the rum into a tall and narrow glass. Remove the frozen pops from their wrappers and submerge them one by one in the glass of rum, tilting the glass to completely moisten the entire popsicle. Sprinkle each side of the frozen pops with some sugar, arrange the pops on a plate, sprinkle with the coconut, and serve immediately.

(serves 6)

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