Roohafza-Strawberry-Coconut Water Popsicle

Hey! It is summer and the world is making popsicles and I am following suit! A few weeks back I saw the very talented Mallika Basu post an extremely alluring picture of a Roohafza popsicle on her instagram feed.What a genius idea to make a popsicle out of this extremely refreshing summer cooler! I just had to try it out. But because I have a certain militant in the house that isn’t as big a fan of Roohafza as I am, I made this two-layered democratic cooler for universal acceptance. There is really no right or wrong way to make this. Just play around with the ingredients based on your taste and fancies, pour it all into a popsicle mould and forget about it for a few hours! A refreshing mood lifter would be ready and waiting for you to beat the afternoon heat and slump.

Roohafza-Strawberry-Coconut Water Popsicle


  • Fresh strawberries (washed and chopped)- 1 cup and 1 tablespoon sliced
  • Coconut water- ½ cup
  • Greek yogurt or thick regular yogurt- ½ cup
  • Roohafza (see here for description- - 2 tablespoons or more if you like the popsicle to be sweeter
  • Chopped pistachios and/or other nuts of your choice- 3 tablespoons ( I mixed the nuts with other ingredients before pouring into the mould but if you like you could just sprinkle on the periphery to have a crunchy base
  • Dried rose petals (optional)- 1 tablespoon


  1. Blend the chopped strawberries in a high-speed blender (I used my nutribullet) along with coconut water and set aside. You could add some sugar or honey if the strawberries are not very sweet
  2. Blend the yogurt and roohafza with a wire whisk and set aside. You could also blend all the ingredients together and pour into the mould. I preferred to make two layers, one light with strawberry flavoured coconut water and another slightly denser one with yogurt and roohafza
  3. Pour the mixture from step one halfway into the mould. Place thinly sliced strawberries followed by chopped nuts and the mixture from step two
  4. Finish off with a topping of chopped pisatchios and dried rose petals
  5. Freeze in the freezer overnight and serve as an afternoon snack


Calories (per popsicle)- 25
Nutrition- Vitamin C/ Folate/Magnesium/Manganese/Calcium
It does wonders for your- Immunity/Skin/Heart/Stress/Muscle tension/Detox
This is “My 3pm Meal”





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