Low-Carb Coconut Ice Lollies

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These big ice lollies are great for summer and will take care of your sugar cravings. Not only they are low in carbs but they are also very low in calories! Here is an explanation why you may need to be careful about calories, even on a low-carb, ketogenic diet.

If you want to add some good fats, use coconut milk instead of coconut water. Net carbs will remain the same, fat content will increase to 6.1 grams and there will be about 70 kcal in one ice lolly.

Hands-on Overall

Nutritional values (per serving)

Net carbs3.5 grams
Protein0.6 grams
Fat0.1 grams
Calories19 kcal

Calories from carbs 79%, protein 14%, fat 7%

Total carbs4.4 gramsFiber0.8 gramsSugars3.6 gramsSaturated fat0.1 gramsSodium32 mg(1% RDA)Magnesium11 mg(3% RDA)Potassium137 mg(7% EMR)

Ingredients (makes 4 servings)

  • 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut water (120 ml/ 4 fl oz)
  • 1 small peach (130 g/ 4.6 oz)
  • 1 tbsp Erythritol or Swerve (10 g/ 0.4 oz)
  • 5-10 drops liquid Stevia extract (Clear or Coconut)
  • 1 gelatin leaf or 1/2 envelope powdered gelatin powder or 1 1/2 tsp agar powder
  • 1/4 cup water (60 ml/ 2 fl oz)

Instructions

  1. Cut the peach into quarters and slice thinly. Low-Carb Coconut Ice Lollies
  2. Meanwhile, sprinkle the granules of gelatin in cold water and mix in well. Don't dump the whole gelatin in the centre or it will become clumpy. Add Erythritol and stevia and heat up gently until everything disolves. Don't boil or the gelatin will lose its thickening abilities.
    Note: Alternatively, you can use a gelatin sheet or agar powder. Check my recipe for No-bake Mini Berry cheesecakes to see how you can use gelatin sheets. Low-Carb Coconut Ice Lollies
  3. Pour the gelatin mixture into a jug with the coconut water and stir well. Assemble the peach into the ice moulds, cover with the other halves and pour the coconut mixture in using a funnel. Add the sticks and place in the freezer for at least 3 hours or better overnigh.
    Note: If you are wondering why I used gelatin in this recipe, it's because these ice pops don't melt too quickly. You can enjoy them for a longer and your hands won't get messy. Low-Carb Coconut Ice Lollies
  4. Any time you have sugar cravings, just take one from the freezer and enjoy! :-)
    Note: Use round ice moulds or any small ice lolly moulds. I used paper straws simply for photography effect. They are not good for making ice pops, as they get very soft. Use wooden sticks instead. Low-Carb Coconut Ice Lollies

Ingredient nutritional breakdown (per serving)

Net carbsProteinFatCalories
Coconut water, organic
0.8 g0.2 g0.1 g6 kcal
Peach, fresh
2.6 g0.3 g0.1 g13 kcal
Erythritol (natural low-carb sweetener)
0.1 g0 g0 g1 kcal
Stevia extract (SweetLeaf or NuNaturals, natural low-carb sweetener)
0 g0 g0 g0 kcal
Gelatin powder, thickening agent, unsweetened
0 g0.1 g0 g1 kcal
Water, still
0 g0 g0 g0 kcal
Total per serving
3.5 g0.6 g0.1 g19 kcal
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I changed the way I ate in 2011, when I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid. I had no energy, and I found it more and more difficult to maintain a healthy weight.

That’s when I decided to quit sugar, grains, and processed foods, and to start following a whole-foods-based ketogenic approach to food.

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Hi where did you get those molds for ice pops?

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This was a while ago but I think it was Amazon. These molds are meant for large ice cubes for whiskey. I hope this helps!

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These sound great. My question : Hydrolized Great Lakes in the green can doesn't congeal. So did you use the orange can?  Since you have to buy 6 cans at a time, which gelatin do you use the most of in your recipes, the orange can or the green can?
Thanks so much. I love all the apps and your book and this site. Thank you so much.
Laura

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Hi Laura, thank you so much! Yes, I used the orange one that gels. I mostly use the orange one. I think the green one is great for those who don't want or can't use whey or egg white protein powder (like Jay Robb). I can buy just one can, although quite large, 16 oz. Have you tried Amazon?

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I think I will try these with coconut milk! Thanks 😊

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Coconut milk works great and adds some nice fat!

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