I told you I was a lolly-making machine! My Homemade Keto Coconut Ice cream was so popular with Funnyman, I used the leftover mixture to make keto coconut popsicles. If you like the idea of keto lollies, do check out my Rosewater Raspberry Lollies and Blueberry Lollies, all of which make Funnyman giddy with excitement when he notices a fresh batch in the freezer… :) I struggle to find coconut cream at most stores (although ASDA sometimes has the Blue Dragon brand – which is what I used. “Creamed coconut” or “coconut block” did not work for me, so I highly encourage you to source the one I use. For your benefit, here is the link to get it online.
Toast the desiccated coconut in a dry, non-stick until dark golden. Set aside to cool completely.
Place the coconut milk, coconut cream and sweetener into a bowl. Whisk vigorously to combine, then stir in the toasted coconut.
Pour the mixture into 6 ice lolly moulds (100ml / 3.4 fl. oz) in capacity. (You may have a small amount of mixture leftover.) Click the lid/stick in place of each one, and place in the freezer overnight.
Transfer the popsicles to the fridge 30 minutes before eating or simply run hot water on the outside of the mould to make it easier to slide out.
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Macro Details per serving per lolly
Nutritional Information per lolly
Calories 341Kcal / 1426kJ
Fat 34g of which saturates 30g Carbohydrates 6.1g (for my US readers, these are what you refer to as net carbs. See below*) of which sugars 4.7g
*Note for US readers: The recipes on this site show the carbohydrates which should be counted on keto (in this case: it's 6.1g). Here in the UK, our nutritional breakdown information displays a carbohydrate count that has already had the dietary fibre subtracted (and displayed separately) - and its indicated this way throughout the site. In short, you need not subtract anything further.
Allergens Sulphites (may contain)
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