Keto Chocolate Popsicles Gluten Free & Paleo #desserts #cakerecipe

Ultra rich, simple peasy and stuffed with sound fats, these paleo and keto chocolate popsicles will undoubtedly turn into your preferred late spring treat!

Ahem… the fixings are sooo great in these keto fudge pops, that they may even qualify as breakfast material! Or then again at any rate as a really sound treat stuffed with great fats and a lot of minerals (think magnesium!).

Whatever you choose, I'm selecting these folks as 'the keto fat bomb' for the mid year! Since regardless of whether you don't have popsicle molds*, you can generally solidify them away in ice 3D shape molds with tooth picks. Think nibble measured treats!

Alright, so the base to these keto chocolate popsicles is your standard full-fat (significant!) coconut milk (I utilize this one). I pinky guarantee you can't taste the coconut (truly peculiar I know, however you can't).

Then again, if its all the same to you're hoping to cut calories and somewhat icier fudge pops, you can generally utilize a lighter coconut milk (or weaken either the full fat or overwhelming cream with a little water).
Keto Chocolate Popsicles Gluten Free & Paleo #desserts #cakerecipe
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  • 1 13.5-ounce can full fat coconut milk *
  • 2-4 tablespoons erythritol to taste**
  • 1-3 tablespoons cocoa powder ***
  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon xanthan gum optional****
  • popsicle molds or ice cube trays!
  • 1/4 teaspoon espresso powder or instant coffee
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • other extracts such as orange or mint!
  • toasted nuts
  • dark chocolate


  1. Add coconut milk, sweetener (lower amount), cocoa and salt to a saucepan over medium heat. Mix using an immersion blender or whisk until all the solids from the coconut milk have the dissolved and the mixture is fully blended. Taste for sweetness and adjust if need be.
  2. If adding the xanthan gum (see notes), sprinkle it little by little and blend until fully combined. You will likely have some air bubbles, but be sure to check there are no lumps. Any lumps will be resolved by mixing with an immersion blender (or in an actual blender). Remove from heat and allow the mixture to cool completely. 
  3. Transfer to popsicle molds (or an ice cube tray!) and freeze until set. Keep in the freezer for up to three months.
  4. (Optional): feel free to be a little extra with your popsicles! I like adding a touch of espresso powder to enhance the chocolate, but extracts such as orange or mint will work beautifully too. Dipping in melted chocolate and sprinkling with toasted almonds is totally optional... but highly suggested!

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