Keto Avocado Popsicles are a surprising delectable creamy frozen delicacy that has a hint of vanilla flavouring and is just minimally sweetened. Additionally, these pops can be made using just three ingredients.
- two avocadoes
- 1/2 cup of your preferred nut milk, such as macadamia.
- Add 1 teaspoon vanilla to 1/3 cup allulose syrup or 2-3 teaspoons powdered erythritol.
- STEP 1
Put the avocados in.
- Add the avocados that have been peeled and seeded to a food processor or blender.
- STEP 2
Add each component.
- Add the nut milk, allulose syrup, and vanilla extract (or, if substituting, powdered erythritol and vanilla extract).
- STEP 3
- Blend till creamy and smooth.
- STEP 4
Place in moulds
- Incorporate into popsicle moulds. Popsicle sticks should be added and frozen overnight or until solid.
A delightful frozen treat with the unexpected addition of avocados! These creamy, lightly sweetened keto avocado popsicles have a hint of vanilla flavour. They are excellent for the summer or if you want to serve a Mexican-inspired dessert at a fiesta. These sugar-free avocado pops are essentially a frozen fat bomb because they are loaded with fat, which will keep you full and going. They also have very few carbohydrates.
Most beloved popsicle mould
This recipe for keto avocado popsicles may be made with any popsicle mould. This popsicle mould is the one I usually use. There are some popsicle sticks included.
This silicone ice pop mould is another one of my favourite popsicle moulds. When frozen, it will hold the popsicle sticks snugly in place so they won’t fall out.
Do Avocados Fit the Keto Diet?
Yes, avocados are acceptable keto food. Avocados are considered a fruit, and they are perhaps the greatest fruit you can eat while following the ketogenic diet. Avocados are incredibly fattening. The fat content of a medium avocado is 22 grammes. So when eating low carb, a snack of avocados will keep you full and content. Additionally, avocados have less carbs. Although a medium avocado contains 12.8 grammes of total carbs, they do have a greater total carbohydrate content.
Choosing a Ripe Avocado
It can be a bit of a guessing game to choose an avocado that is just the right amount of ripe, but here are some tips and tactics. Look for avocados that are anywhere between green and black in hue. You want an avocado that is some shade between bright green, which often indicates that it is underripe, and black, which may indicate that it is overripe. A ripe avocado typically has a greenish black hue. The avocado should be firm but still give slightly when you take it up and give it a moderate squeeze. Rock-hard avocados should not be served.
Amount Per Serving
Total Carbs 5.1g
Net Carbs 1g