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These Frozen Pineapple Pops dipped in chocolate and coconut are the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day! Make some today and stick them in the freezer to have on hand all throughout the summer!

A closeup photo of a frozen pineapple pop on a stick with chocolate and toasted coconut.

Frozen pineapple pops are a fun fruit treat, and a great way to beat the summer heat.

They’re a little bit healthy, a little bit decadent, and a whole lot of tasty!!

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A row of frozen pineapple pops on a green platter with chocolate and coconut with title text overlay graphic

The ingredient list:

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  • pineapple slices, fresh or canned
  • semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • sweetened coconut (unsweetened will also work)
  • coconut oil
  • sucker sticks

Kitchen tools and equipment needed:

How this recipe came to be:

Out of the corner of my eye, I spotted something in the frozen foods case at Costco that instantly made my head spin with inspiration and excitement!

The next thing I knew I was happily whipping up these Frozen Pineapple Pops at home, and I’m totally anxious to share them with you today!

A tropical green leaf plate lined up with frozen pineapple pops with chocolate and toasted coconut.

The perfect luau party food!

Hey, Gang! if you’re planning on throwing a Hawaiian luau this summer, keep these frozen fruit treats on hand to serve to your party guests!

Everyone will love them, which will make you the hostess (or host), with the mostess (or most)!

Aloha!

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Can the coconut be left out of this recipe?

Sure thing. If you’re not a coconut fan by all means leave it out!

Can chopped nuts be added to frozen pineapple pops?

Of course!!

I suggest toasting them lightly first (in a dry skillet) to get the most flavor, but that’s optional.

My (chopped) nut suggestions are: salted peanuts, honey roasted peanuts, pecans, almonds, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, cashews.

How long does this recipe take from start to finish?

Not long at all. Approximately 30 minutes until the pineapple pops are ready for the freezer.

Freeze them at least 3 hours and they’re ready to serve.


FAQ:

Q – So I dipped my frozen pineapple popsicle in the chocolate and it did not stick! What did I do wrong? Did I have the popsicles out too long or was my chocolate microwaved too long?

A – If the pineapple is wet, the chocolate will not stick. If frozen and left out long enough for them to slightly melt, this will cause the problem.
You have to work quickly before they have a chance to thaw. If they do thaw slightly, blot any excess moisture with a paper towel before dipping.

How to make frozen pineapple pops dipped in chocolate and coconut:

  • Cut pineapple slices into 2″ – 3″ pieces (canned or fresh pineapple works equally well for this).
  • Insert a sucker stick or popsicle stick into each pineapple piece and lay them on a baking sheet.
  • Dry each pineapple piece with paper towels and then freeze them for at least 20 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, melt the chocolate chips and coconut oil in a microwave-safe bowl until smooth and creamy.
  • Toast the coconut in a dry pan, stirring frequently until the coconut golden brown.
  • Dip the frozen pineapple pops into the melted chocolate and then into the toasted coconut.
  • Freeze again (for at least 3 hours).
How to make frozen pineapple pops photo tutorial collage.
 
Vertical title text collage image of frozen pineapple pops on a green leaf platter.
 

Below is the printable recipe card along with the nutritional information for today’s Frozen Chocolate Dipped Pineapple Pops with Toasted Coconut.

 

 

Frozen Chocolate Dipped Pineapple Pops with Toasted Coconut - kudoskitchenbyrenee.com

Frozen Pineapple Pops Dipped in Chocolate and Toasted Coconut

Renee - Kudos Kitchen
These Frozen Chocolate Dipped Pineapple Pops are the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day! Make some today and stick them in the freezer to have on hand all summer long!
4.92 from 12 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
freeze time 4 hrs
Total Time 4 hrs 10 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 24 pops
Calories 86 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 24 2 " - 3" pineapple slices fresh or canned
  • cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 cup sweetened coconut
  • 24 sucker sticks or popsicle sticks

Instructions
 

  • Insert the sticks into the cut pineapple slices. Dry each slice of pineapple with a paper towel. Place onto a baking sheet and freeze for at least 20 minutes.
  • In a medium-size, microwave-safe bowl, melt the chocolate chips and coconut oil on medium/low power (stirring frequently and checking often) until they're melted and smooth.
  • In a dry skillet, toast the coconut until golden brown, stirring frequently. **Note- This happens quickly so be sure to keep an eye on it and don't walk away while toasting.
  • Dip the frozen pineapple pops into the melted chocolate and then into the toasted coconut. Freeze again until ready to serve.

Notes

These can be bagged individually and kept in the freezer for up to 6 weeks.
Tools and equipment;
medium-size microwave-safe bowl, baking sheet, parchment paper or wax paper, popsicle sticks or sucker sticks, measuring spoons, measuring cup, paring knife or chef's knife, cutting board, medium skillet, wooden spoons, shallow bowls for dipping.

Nutrition

Serving: 1gramsCalories: 86kcalCarbohydrates: 7gFat: 5gSaturated Fat: 3gSodium: 11mgFiber: 1gSugar: 5g
Keyword frozen fruit pops, frozen pineapple pops, Hawaiian Party Foods, luau food
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Green leaf platter lined up with frozen pineapple pops with chocolate and toasted coconut.
 

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Recipe Rating




Lynnae

Wednesday 2nd of June 2021

So I dipped my frozen pineapple popsicle in the chocolate and it did not stick! What did I do wrong? Did I have the popsicles out too long or was my chocolate microwaved too long?

Renée

Thursday 3rd of June 2021

Hi, Lynnae! If the pineapple is wet, the chocolate will not stick. If frozen and left out long enough for them to slightly melt, this will cause the problem. You have to work quickly before they have a chance to thaw. If they do thaw slightly, blot any excess moisture with a paper towel before dipping. I hope this helps. Take good care, Renee

Nellie Tracy

Wednesday 8th of July 2020

These are absolutely amazing! My family's new favorite summer treat for sure!

Renée

Tuesday 14th of July 2020

Awesome!!

Taryn

Wednesday 8th of July 2020

These are such a great summer dessert. The kids loved them!

Renée

Tuesday 14th of July 2020

Glad to hear it, Taryn!

Shadi Hasanzadenemati

Monday 17th of June 2019

I made your recipe for a gathering the other day and everyone kept asking for the recipe. It was totally a hit!

Renée

Monday 17th of June 2019

Awesome!!! So glad, Shadi!

Julie

Monday 17th of June 2019

These were so quick and easy and just the perfect sweet treat for a hot day. Stocking my freezer with these!

Renée

Monday 17th of June 2019

Smart girl! Enjoy!!