The hardest part about these Red Bean Popsicles would most probably be freezing overnight. After you’ve assembled these delicious treats, you will have to wait at least 6 hours before they solidify. However, I can assure you that the results will be worth the wait!
Once you are ready, you can serve them with various toppings. Apart from matcha powder, I also discovered that lightly toasted coconut make for a good topping here for it’s light crunch and earthiness.
If you’ve any questions, feel free to refer to the video or you can let me know too!
Also, if you’ve other ideas of what will make a great flavour combination, I am all open to recommendations 🙂
2-Ingredient Red Bean Popsicles Recipe
by Javier Tan September-12-2023
These refreshing Red Bean Popsicles are easy to make and easily customisable. They’re perfect for a hot month and melts in the mouth nicely!
Variation 1 (with Decoration, Red Beans concentrated at certain portions)
- 100g Azuki Red Bean Paste
- 1 Cup + 3 Tbspns or 280ml of Coconut Milk
Variation 2 (Better distribution of Red Beans)
- 200g Azuki Red Bean Paste
- 2/3 Cup + 1 Tbspn or 200ml of Coconut Milk
- Variation 1: Use the Azuki Red Bean Paste to draw patterns and to fill the remaining space with Coconut Milk.
- Variation 2: Mix together both the Azuki Red Bean Paste and Coconut Milk together until it is of a single consistency. Then, distribute to your popsicle moulds.
- For both, freeze at least 6 hours or overnight before serving. I served mine with Matcha Powder and lightly toasted coconut!
- Prep time: 0 hour 10 mins
- Cook time: 0 hour 00 mins
- Total time: 10 mins
- Yield: 4 Red Bean Popsicles
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- Store in the freezer for up to a month.
- Feel free to ask if you’ve further questions!
– Bakeomaniac, Javier Tan