July 28 2018

Keto Coffee Popsicles

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Instead of sipping cold brew on a hot summer day, try these keto coffee popsicles instead. They’re an ice-cold treat with a strong kick of coffee flavor – these popsicles are for real coffee lovers.

The trick to making coffee popsicles that aren’t watered down is using instant espresso powder instead of brewed coffee. The concentrated flavor of espresso powder dissolves directly into coconut milk, no water needed. These popsicles are intensely creamy and coffee flavored—with the addition of just two easy ingredients.

Sweetening up the popsicles with stevia is optional. So is adding a few scoops of Primal Kitchen® Collagen Peptides, but the collagen doesn’t affect the flavor of the popsicles, so why not add it in? Collagen turns these keto coffee popsicles into a nourishing and wholesome summer treat.

Time in the Kitchen: 10 minutes, plus a few hours to freeze the popsicles

Servings: 8 to 10 popsicles, depending on the size of the Popsicle molds

Ingredients

  • 1 can full-fat coconut milk (400 ml)
  • 2 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon instant espresso powder (7 grams) (Medaglia D’Oro is a common brand found in grocery stores.)
  • 2 scoops (or more) Primal Kitchen Collagen Peptides (12 grams)
  • 10 drops liquid stevia (Use less or more to taste.)

Instructions

In a measuring pitcher with a spout for easy pouring, whisk the instant espresso powder into the coconut milk until it dissolves.

Slowly sprinkle Primal Kitchen Collagen Peptides into the coconut milk, whisking until completely smooth. Add the stevia, then whisk again to combine.

Pour the espresso coconut milk into popsicle molds. Freeze at least 3 hours, or until completely frozen.

Macros (for full recipe of 8-10 popsicles):

  • Fat: 55 grams
  • Protein: 25 grams
  • Carbs: 24 grams

 

TAGS:  Keto Recipes

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  1. Too funny…I just had a very similar idea. Posted a mocha popsicle on Instagram yesterday using cold coffee, cashew milk and the Chocolate Coconut Collagen Fuel. Soooo yummy! But like the idea of the espresso powder. I’ll have to try it.

  2. I have to watch my carb intake and want to know where do the 24 g of carb come from??

    1. That’s for the entire batch. Divide it by 8-10 for the individual serving.

  3. How do I get 8 – 10 popsicles from a 14oz can of coconut milk? That would be 1.8 to 1.4 oz popsicles. Are the molds that small? I might try with some cold brew coffee to add volume.

    1. Yeah, I barely got 6 popcicles out of that recipe. I didn’t use the Collagen Peptides though.

  4. I have this vital proteins marine collagen- I have no idea what to do with it- can I use it in these pops?

  5. Just made this – SO GOOD!!!

    I made it in my ice cream maker because I’m impatient.

    The collagen gives it a texture just like the fudgesicles I used to have when I was a kid!!!

    I think next time I’ll do a little less of both the espresso and sweetener, it was pretty strong.

    And yes this was my breakfast this morning, thank you very much :).

  6. Can these pop circles be converted to mocha? If so, What chocolate ingredient do you recommend?

  7. These looked so good I decided to jump on the recipe, even though I don’t have pop molds. I just happened to have espresso powder, whole coconut milk, and collagen on hand. I didn’t use any sweetener at all, but I did pour in a little vanilla extract. Used silicone ice cube molds and got 8 cubes. I just popped one out, still a little soft in the middle (because I’m too impatient!) so I just put it in a small bowl and used a spoon….not bad!

  8. Hello,

    Is there a swap for the coconut milk in this recipe? I am one of those lucky few who are indeed allergic to all forms of coconut. By the way, I love that many of your recipes call for almond flour instead of coconut flour. It has been difficult to find recipes that do not call for something coconut based.
    Thanks so much,
    Catherine

    1. Catherine, feel free to use regular dairy or a nut milk here. Fyi, a thicker milk will work better than a watery one. Enjoy — M

  9. Thank you – sounds great!
    And I wanted to also thank you for the post about women and keto. This is week one for me, and after reading that post and doing things somewhat differently – I feel better and believe I can stick with this lifestyle. I wasn’t sure the first few days, but now realize I was limiting carbs and calories way too much (not intentionally). Thank you to you and your team for all the help and advice you provide!
    Catherine