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Thursday 15 June 2023

Low Carb White Chocolate Raspberry Popsicles / Lollies ... fabulous when the weather is hot

Hopefully wherever you may be the weather is being kind and you may enjoy a sunny day ... in fact the kind of day when a Popsicle / lolly could be enjoyed.

These low-carb white chocolate raspberry Popsicles / lollies can be a great way to cool off on a warm summers day, or simply just to enjoy on a slightly cooler day.

The creamy rich white chocolate is balanced with a pop of raspberry. It’s hard to believe they are low-carb and dairy free. The recipe uses coconut milk as its base - it adds healthy fats and loads of creaminess to the recipe - but don’t worry if you don’t like the taste of coconut. These treats taste purely of white chocolate and raspberries. No coconut flavour here!

In this recipe the popsicle/lolly mold used makes 10 3-ounce pops/lollies, but you may need to adjust the recipe to fit the mold you use... and please don’t worry if you have any mixture left over after your molds are filled ... just pour it into a dessert dish, cover and refrigerate, and in three or four hours, it turns into a delicious mousse!

1 envelope un-flavoured gelatine
½ cup unsweetened milk of choice (e.g. almond milk or coconut milk from a carton)
1 can organic coconut milk
4 ounces (organic) cocoa butter, food grade, finely chopped
3 Tablespoons Stevia Erythritol Mix
1 large egg
1 cup (organic) raspberries - frozen work fine
2 teaspoons vanilla
Can be found here

If you need help with measurement conversions, please see here

You may also like this favourite frozen dessert of blogger friend Lorrie. She calls them Fudgesicles and says they are great for the younger crowd, although I'm sure the older crowd may like them too 😊 Have a look at some of her other recipes here, note they are not all necessarily low carb. 

sunflowers enjoying the sun - from post here

A variety of recipe ideas are within this blog, but please note, not all may be suitable for you. If you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use your meter. If you have any concerns about your health it is always advisable to consult your Doctor or health care team

All the best Jan


Tom said...

...yummy, I hope to pick raspberries soon.

J.P. Alexander said...

Gracias por la receta. Adoro los girasoles. Te mando un beso.

Christine said...

Sounds delicious

Elephant's Child said...

Thank you. I will have to remember these when warmer days come round again.

Margaret D said...

They do look lovely Jan.

Giorgio said...

I would have never thought of low-carb chocolate and raspberry popsicle.
Great recipe :-)

DUTA said...

It looks and sounds delicious! Definitely worth a try.
The sunflowers are pure delight to the eyes! Such a lovely shape and bright, optimistic colour!

eileeninmd said...

The popsicle looks like a great treat!
Take care, enjoy your day!

Donna said...

This sounds wonderful!

My name is Erika. said...

These look and sound perfect for a hot summer day! And I love the color too.

Jeanie said...

These look good and perfect for the warm weather to come!

Alicia said...

These sound amazing and they are so pretty! Thanks for sharing the recipe! Have a great summer!

Valerie-Jael said...

I would love one right now! Valerie

Bill said...

Great for a warm day like today.

William Kendall said...

Sounds good!

Conniecrafter said...

We have bought some of these in the store, they are pretty good

happyone said...

Great snack. Looks yummy.

Tanza Erlambang said...

love Chocolate Raspberry...yummy

Debbie said...

my son called them "la-la's" a fond memory!! these sound so good, a perfect combination of flavors!!

Snowbird said...

Littl'urchin will enjoy those, how yummy they look. Lovely

Teresa said...

Parecen deliciosos. Besos.

Lorrie said...

Another delicious frozen treat to add to my list! They sound delicious! I was very surprised to see my name mentioned - thank you for the link. While I watch my carbs, the rest of my family does not and I've gotten used to just not having dessert, or having one or two mouthfuls.