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    Its hot-any ice cream/frozen popsicle recipes out there?

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    Our rainy spring weather has suddenly become gorgeous clear skies and bright sunshine. I'm craving a huge bowl of ice cream, or a fruit juice Popsicle or...well, you get the idea.

    Any Grok-approved recipes that aren't too high in carbs?

    I was thinking of freezing tea sweetened with honey but was wondering what else might be out there.
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    Several juiced limes in cold water. I drink a lot of these in the summer when a need for a refreshing drink is needed.

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    Bolthouse Farms C-Boost Juice frozen into popsicles. It's high carb, but it's made from 100% fruit, and 1200% vitamin c per serving.
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    Purée berries in a blender with ice cubes. Add lemon or lime and sweetener of choice or none at all. Freeze in molds.
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    I have a couple of coconut ice cream recipes on my blog: Dessert | Our Natural Journey Not sure about the carb content, but they don't have any added sugar. One is just berries, eggs and coconut milk, and the other is my version of Chunky Monkey.

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    I drink a lot of these in the summer when a need for a refreshing drink is needed.

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    My daughter made some ice lollies with a can of coconut milk, some blueberries and some raspberries and a tiny bit of double/heavy cream all pureed together, then poured into moulds and frozen. They are really delicious and extremely filling!

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    Subbing! I'm in the same boat as the OP.
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    I make these. 250g peeled ripe bananas (I always have these in my freezer), 1 x 400ml can coconut cream, 5g (1 heaped tsp) cocoa powder dissolved in a little hot water. Blend all together and divide between 8 popsicle moulds. Freeze.
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    Freeze 1 cup of large blueberries.
    Pour them into a bowl and cover with about 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream.
    Stir.
    The cream freezes around the berries and it tastes great.
    Blueberries aren't hard as a rock when they are frozen -- they are quite chewable.

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