AVOCADO BERRY COCONUT CREAM POPSICLES – Low Carb, Dairy Free, Sugar Free, Paleo
I actually made a video and wrote this page in early February but somehow didn’t publish it for two months…
As I wrote in the “About” page, I was a vegan for nine years, so I used avocados for everything from salad to brownies and smoothies. Popsicles like this recipe were among them.
It’s still cold here in Osaka Japan (once again I wrote this in early February), but somehow I’ve been craving something frozen for the last two months or so (as well as lemons). However, I didn’t want ice cream made with heavy cream…, so these popsicles have always been in my freezer for those two months, sometimes only with strawberries, sometimes with mixed berries… Yes, some are actually in my freezer even at the moment!
They are super easy to make and delicious. If you don’t have popsicle molds, you can use small silicone baking cups like I sometimes do when I want to serve in small portions. They’re like dairy free fat bombs :p
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Avocado Berry Coconut Cream Popsicles / Low Carb / Dairy Free / Sugar Free / Paleo
- 1 Ripe Avocado Peeled and Pitted
- 3.5 oz Fresh Berries (100 g) (I used strawberries)
- 6.8 fl oz Coconut Cream (200 ml)
- 1 tbsp Lemon Juice
- 1 tsp Liquid Stevia (or Other Sweetener of Choice)
Mix all the ingredients in a food processor / blender until smooth and creamy. (I used Kara's coconut cream.)
Spoon the mixture into 5 popsicle molds.
Tap the filled popsicle molds on the counter top and place popsicle sticks into the mixture.
Freeze for 3 - 4 hours.
The popsicles will get hard in the freezer after longer periods, but not rock hard. Let them sit out at room temp for a few minutes.
Instead of coconut cream, you can use coconut milk. However, the popsicles will be much icier and a bit harder to bite. You may need to let them sit out at room temp a bit longer.
Per Serving (When using strawberries):
Calories 166 kcal, Protein 1.9 g, Total Fat 16.4 g, Total Carbohydrate 4.6 g, Dietary Fiber 2.4 g, Sugar 2.8 g
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