Rose Strawberry Coconut Milk Popsicles
Super simple dessert alert! This recipe for rose strawberry coconut milk popsicles is a really delicious (and healthy!) treat. They take a few hours to freeze, but the recipe only calls for 10 to 15 minutes of hands-on time.
I was inspired to make a rose popsicle, because I've been watching the Great British Bake Off (the Great British Baking Show to those of us who are Americans and watch it on PBS) and it seems like every time the contestants want to go "unique", they bring in some rose flavor. Paul Hollywood always warns them off, saying rose is too strong a flavor. I generally agree with that sentiment, as I've had one too many baklava with cloying rose syrup. So, I've gone with dried rose petals for this recipe - which just gives a nice hint of rose with overpowering the other flavors.
After freezing these, I popped them all out of the popsicle molds, covered them in chocolate, pistachios, and rose petals and then individually wrapped them in plastic wrap and popped them back in the freezer. It makes it much easier to serve for a post dinner treat. But if you're going to serve them all at once to a group, then definitely make them as directed below and serve them immediately after drizzling them with chocolate.