Raspberry Coconut Cream Popsicles


These low carb, dairy-free popsicles are creamy and full of vibrant raspberry and coconut flavour. A perfect way to cool off as the weather warms up!

Low Carb Dairy Free Raspberry Coconut Popsicles

Popsicles are the ultimate warm weather treat. I have such vivid childhood memories of riding my bike up to the convenience store on a hot summer evening to buy a popsicle or two. Eating them slowly enough to savour but fast enough not to have them drip all over the ground or my clothes was a practiced art. They were far less expensive than ice cream, putting them well within the budget of my small weekly allowance. And the double pops, the ones with two sticks, could be shared with a friend. I am quite certain I ate my weight in popsicles every summer.

Of course, it never occurred to me back then how easy they would be to make. Better yet, how easy they would be to make healthfully. And I have to say, all the amazing popsicle recipes I see online are far more interesting than the icy sugary orange, pink and green popsicles of my youth. Really, a few dollars for your popsicle mold and you are golden all summer long. You can let your imagination run wild! And you can come up with a popsicle recipe to fit any dietary needs or restrictions.

Sugar-Free Raspberry Coconut Cream Popsicles Paleo-friendly


These Raspberry Coconut Cream Pops are healthy, low carb and dairy-free. Heck, they are even vegan (not necessarily by design). And they are so delicious, I had a hard time filling the popsicle molds because I kept spooning the raspberry coconut mixture straight into my mouth.

Please see my Raspberry Coconut Cream Popsicle Recipe on Swerve Sweetener.

Serves 12. Each serving has
89 Calories; 8g Fat (75.2% calories from fat); 1g Protein; 5g Carbohydrate; 3g Dietary Fiber; 0mg Cholesterol; 5mg Sodium.

Low Carb Raspberry Coconut Cream Popsicles

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    • Lisa says

      Oh! I forgot to mention, if you are lucky enough to have a Trader Joes nearby, they sell coconut cream by the can, just the yummy, full fat cream, no need to separate out the cream from the juice.

      • Carolyn says

        That is thickened with carrageenan and a lot of people have sensitivities to it so I don’t necessarily recommend it for everyone.

        • Lisa says

          Thank you for spending the time to research so many ingredients. I didn’t know that, but now that I’ve been educated, I’ll always remember.

          • Carolyn says

            You’re welcome to use it if it doesn’t disagree with you. Carrageenan is in a lot of things and it doesn’t bother my system at all. But if I am going to make coconut whipped cream, I prefer to just do coconut whipped cream with coconut milk.


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