This Strawberry Coconut Milk Popsicle recipe is brought to you in partnership with Barleans.
Fresh strawberries are the BEST!! My kids LOVE strawberries. My youngest son loves them so much that he will eat frozen strawberries directly from the freezer bag. It’s for him that I created this recipe for strawberry popsicles with just two or three ingredients. These dairy free, frozen treats made with fresh berries and coconut cream or full fat milk are a hit with our whole family. You’re going to LOVE them too!
Easy Keto Popsicles
It takes just a few minutes to make these homemade low carb, strawberry popsicles. The steps for how to make these fruit popsicles couldn’t be easier. You add the ingredients to a blender, puree, and freeze.
I use this quick freeze popsicle maker that we keep in the freezer. The core is super cold, so when liquid is poured in, it freezes solid within minutes. It makes really quick work of making fruit popsicles.
If you don’t have this type of popsicle mold, you can use whatever ice mold you have, ice cube trays, or paper cups that will be peeled off after the liquid is frozen. These plastic ice pop sleeves for really neat too! Just note that the total recipe time will be much longer than 5 minutes. You should plan on it taking several hours for the liquid to freeze fully.
Yes! Coconuts contain high fat and low carbs making keto-friendly. Full fat coconut milk or coconut cream found in cans can be a great option for those on a keto diet.
5 Keto Friendly Fruits
We are not on a strict keto diet in our house, but we do limit the amount of sugar (natural and added) we eat. Instead of sugary desserts and snacks, we will often eat fruit instead. Here are 5 fruits that are low in carbs, keto friendly, and great in low carb popsicles.
Strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries are three keto berries that work GREAT for these sugar-free popsicles. You can just swap them out on a 1:1 ratio. Watermelon and lemon with coconut milk isn’t to everyone’s liking, but we really like them. Try it for yourself and you may find new favorite combinations.
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Low Carb Popsicles
When using the ripe, bright red strawberries, I find that this popsicle recipe doesn’t need any additional sweetener. But some times, they are hard to come by and then you need a little sweetener. For a
Nutritional information: 1/2 cup of strawberries has 26 calories and 4.5 grams of net carbs. Full fat coconut milk varies by brand, but on average contains 90 calories and 2 gram of net carb count per serving.
Something Extra with Omega Pals
Another option for a natural,
Barlean’s makes four flavors specifically for kids; Sensation Straw-nana (Strawberry Banana), Hooty Fruity (Tangerine), Lipsmackin’ Citrus (Citrus), and Chirpin’ Slurpin Lemonade (lemonade). I have used them all in smoothies, drizzled over granola, straight off the spoon, and even in this Banana Smoothie Yogurt Bowl. Kids love the packaging and the way it tastes.
Each flavor offers a good dose of Omega 3. The strawberry banana flavor is made with flax oil and has 1,483 mg of Omega 3 per serving. Adding just 1/4 cup to this strawberry popsicles recipe enhances the flavor in a BIG way. Bananas aren’t a typically a Keto-friendly fruit, but you this omega swirl always for all the flavor without the added sugar.
You’ll find these at most natural food stores, online at the Barlean’s website and on Amazon. You can also try these other flavors for different combinations; Pina Colada, Lemon Creme, and Key Lime Pie.
Homemade Strawberry Popsicle Recipe
Let’s get onto the recipe for strawberry coconut milk keto popsicles. The recipe is super easy your kids will love it!
Low sugar popsicles made with fresh strawberries, full fat coconut milk, and sweetened with Keto-friendly sweetener
- 3 cups fresh strawberries
- 1 can full-fat coconut milk
- 1/4 cup Seriously Delicious Omega Pals Sensation Straw-nana
- Blend ingredients in a blender until well blended.
- Pour into ice pop molds and freeze.
The number of popsicles will depend on the size of your ice pop/popsicle mold. If you don't want to make all into popsicles. You can store the blended mixture in the refrigerator.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 30 Total Fat: 3g Saturated Fat: 2g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 2mg Carbohydrates: 2g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 1g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 0g
There you have our recipe for low sugar, low carb popsicles. Adding in a little Omega Pals from Barlean’s gives the kids their daily dose of Omega 3’s they need and the sweet treat they want. Try out the recipe the next time you want a sweet treat without added sugar.
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