Sweet potato popsicles are now a thing and we’ve got the recipe

Everybody nowadays seems to be on some health kick or another.

Therefore, it shouldn’t be unexpected that this craze would find its’ way into the frozen dessert world.

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In the Dominican Republic, paleta de batata con coco (sweet potato and coconut popsicles) are already extremely popular.

Find out below how to make some of these tasty pops for yourself.

Recipe:

1.

Cut the sweet potatoes into small pieces. Boil until they are very soft, having added the salt to the water. Remove from the water, discard water and let the batata cool to room temperature.

2.

Mix sweet potatoes, milk, coconut milk and vanilla and blend to a liquid state. Add sugar to taste. ...

3.

Freeze until hard.


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