Skip the store bought popsicles laden with processed ingredients like refined sugar, preservatives and colors, and instead make this delicious low sugar coconut popsicle treats at home!
I made this recipe with coconut milk because it is an excellent substitution for dairy. It was the closest thing I could use to get my vanilla ice cream fix on. I love vanilla ice cream.
I made the popsicles on a whim and kept the ingredients simple — boy did I hit gold! For real, it’s my favorite and now I may just love it more than I love vanilla ice cream!
You know, I love this popsicle recipe so much I went to three different stores to find another mold so I could make more. All three stores were sold out of popsicle molds because they are a “seasonal” item and were on clearance. Thank goodness for trusty Amazon. Any hoo…
I thought long and hard for a name that would really do this popsicle justice because it is so. darn. good. Then The Ultimate Popsicle popped into my head. The taste is seriously out-of-this-world. It only has 5 simple ingredients (all of which you probably have sitting in your kitchen already) but the flavors work so well together that you may as well be having a party in your mouth.
This coconut popsicle is smooth, creamy and rich– almost like a vanilla bean coconut. I added bits of shredded coconut to give a little texture and crunch and gelatin to give it an added boost of goodness.
Sometimes simple is better. You’re welcome!
Keto Coconut Popsicle
- Prep Time: 5 mins
- Total Time: 5 mins
- Yield: 4 1x
- 1 Can Full Fat Coconut Milk
- 3 Tablespoon Pure Maple Syrup or 4–6 drops liquid stevia
- 1 Tablespoon Vanilla Extract
- 1 Tablespoon Unsweetened, Shredded Coconut
- Optional: 2 Tablespoon Hydrolyzed Collagen (adds protein + healthy collagen)
- Optional: Add fresh fruit to create different flavors. Blueberries, strawberries and pineapple are some of my favorite fruit to add to these popsicles.
- Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl.
- Place a few pieces of fruit in to each mold(optional) then pour coconut mixture into the molds.
- Place in freezer and let sit for 5-6 hours
About The Author:
Loriel is the author of Naturally Loriel. She is a mother of one young boy who keeps her on her feet and motivated to continue to learn how to make her home and world a better place to live in. She enjoys activism work related to GMO’s and hopes to inspire people to think about their health, feel nourished, believe and create a radiating happy soul.