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Coconut-blueberry and forget-me-not ice lolly

Recette de sucette glacée coco-bleuet et myosotis

By Nathalie Beaudoin Hta, N.D. | Photo and styling: Nathalie Beaudoin

PREPARATION: 20 minutes | FREEZING: minimum 6 hours | YIELD: 6 to 8 lollipops


  • 1 x 400ml can of coconut milk.
  • 60 ml (1/4 cup) maple syrup.
  • 3 sachets (or 9 g loose) of Myosotis FloralTea herbal tea.
  • 250 ml (1 cup) almond beverage or 10% vanilla yogurt.
  • 250 ml (1 cup) of fresh blueberries.


  1. In a pot, bring the coconut milk and maple syrup to a boil.

  2. Put the tea bags in the hot liquid, turn off the heat and steep with a lid for 10 minutes. Put everything in the fridge until completely cooled.

  3. Remove the bags. Add almond milk or yogurt and mix well.

  4. Spoon the mixture and blueberries into the molds. Insert the sticks (if your molds are upright, freeze 1 hour before inserting the sticks.)
  5. Freeze for 6 hours or more before serving. Remove popsicles from freezer 5 minutes before unmolding.

Enjoy tasting! I suggest you make a double recipe right away.

To purchase FloralTea's Forget-me-not herbal tea,click HERE

“Homemade popsicles are a must for cooling off during the summer! To add a good dose of protein, why not make a healthier version with coconut milk, almond milk or Greek yogurt, and the delicious Myosotis herbal tea from FloralTea? A version rich in tropical and anise flavors, highlighting our beautiful seasonal blueberries, and reminiscent of the magnificent natural blue lagoon color of this infusion!

Let yourself be charmed by the creamy texture of coconut milk and the juicy, chewy blueberries scattered here and there in the lollipops. A real summer delight just the way we like them! This healthy version of the classic ""popsicle"" will be popular with young children and adults alike. A must for hot summer days, to redo and consume without too much moderation!

Rich in nutrients, FloralTea Forget-Me-Not herbal tea contains active ingredients that will play a role in your health and well-being as well as your taste buds! Ginkgo leaves, Ginkgo biloba, the main plant in the Myosotis infusion blend, are known to improve and facilitate arterial, capillary and venous blood circulation. Also, ginkgo slows cell aging, while helping to fight against memory problems and symptoms related to mental fatigue.

As for the forest forget-me-not it contains, its magnificent blue flowers make it an excellent healthy herbal tea rich in vitamin C, as good for calming the nerves as it is for helping sleep. It reduces blood pressure, improves vision and nourishes the skin. It would help detoxify the liver, thus facilitating weight loss. In addition, thanks to the digestive and stimulating properties of the liver function of star anise, very present in the herbal tea of Myosotis of FloralTea, the extraordinary benefits of this wonderful infusion will only be increased.

Enjoy summer with FloralTea! »

Nathalie Beaudoin

In order to help you regain well-being and vitality, Nathalie offers treatments as a herbalist-phytotherapist in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, combining traditional herbalism and energy treatments. She is a member of the Guild of Herbalists of Quebec and is a certified naturopath by the Academy of Naturopaths and Naturotherapists of Canada. She is a food consultant and culinary florist. She is the author of the book Flowers on your plate, published by MultiMondes, distributed in Canada and Europe. Honored at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards in July 2019 in Macau, China, her book won 3rd place worldwide in the A13 Blogger/Social Media printed book category. Her book was also nominated for Taste Canada – Les Lauréats des Saveurs du Canada 2019, where she stood out as a finalist alongside Ricardo and Josée di Stasio.

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