Low-Carb, Keto Popsicles
Low-Carb, Keto Popsicles – smooth, fruity frozen desserts are ideal for a hot summer day. These fat bombs on a stick are a perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth while still being sugar-free.
Low-carb eating and living doesn’t mean you have to go hungry, and it also doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy any tasty desserts. Try my version of Keto Snicker Cheesecake This Low-Carb, Keto Popsicles Recipe uses only a few basic ingredients to make delicious sugar-free berry ice pops.
INGREDIENTS REQUIRED KETO POPSICLES
Prep Time- 10 mins
Total Time- 3 hours
1. cream cheese, 5 oz
2. 1/4 cup coconut milk (full fat)
3. 3 tablespoons yogurt
4. 2 tbsp shredded coconut 1/4 cup powdered erythritol
5. 1 tablespoon chia seeds
6. a quarter cup of frozen strawberries
7. 1/4 cup blueberries, frozen
8. 1/4 cup blackberries, frozen
9. a half teaspoon of MCT oil
INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING KETO POPSICLES
1. In a food processor (blender), combine all ingredients along with the berries and blend until smooth.
2. Pulse a few times before the berries are broken up into small pieces.
3. If you want smooth popsicles, put everything in the food processor at the same time and blend until smooth.
4. Pour the mixture into Popsicle moulds. Popsicle sticks should be inserted. Freeze for at least 2 hours or overnight until fully mounted.
5. After removing from the freezer, dip in hot water.
6. After 15-30 seconds in hot water, remove the popsicles from the moulds.
7. Keep for up to a month in the freezer.
TIPS AND SUGGESTIONS
You can also freeze these low-carb ice pops in tiny paper cups instead of Popsicle moulds.
Since these keto popsicles are made with cream cheese, it is recommended that you keep the cream cheese at room temperature for 30 to 60 minutes to soften it. Your mixture will be smooth as a result of this process. When cream cheese is too cold, it can be difficult to combine with the other ingredients, resulting in small pieces of cream cheese in the Popsicle mixture.
Adding shredded coconut – this is an optional ingredient due to the extra carbs in coconut.
MCT Oil is a form of “healthy fat” that may aid in the process of Ketosis, in which your body burns fat for energy. Coconut oil is the most common source for them. Keep in mind that some people are more susceptible to MCT oil than others, which could cause cramps or an upset stomach.
If you want to keep the carbs in this low-carbs, Keto Popsicles Recipe to a minimum, use only blackberries. Since the recipe calls for 3/4 cup of berries in all, 3/4 cup of only blackberries, blueberries, or strawberries will suffice.
These low-carb pops are smooth, but the coconut and berries add some chunkiness. This is due to the berries not being mixed until they are fully smooth. I eat also Sugar-Free Low Carb Sponge CakeIf you want, you can blend the Popsicle mixture until it is fully smooth. You won’t be able to taste the tiny berry chunks this way.
Saturated Fat: 6g
Vitamin A: 340%
Vitamin C: 5.4%
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