Who else grew up making coconut ice? When I was a child, it was always on sale at bake stalls at school events for fundraising.
Well now you can make my healthy version of sugar free coconut ice. Soooooo easy, and this recipe will please even the most ardent sugar lover! Only 1g net carbs!
Sugar Free Coconut Ice
My sugar free coconut ice only requires 5 ingredients, tastes of scrumptious raspberry and vanilla, and your sugar loving children, won’t suspect a thing!AH-MAZING easy peasy healthy recipe for sugar free coconut ice. Perfect for sugar free parties
You may have already tried my sugar free Bounty bars before, well sometimes I don’t feel like making, slicing, dipping them in chocolate and all that palaver. So, my friend, these sugar free coconut ice squares, are the perfect quick and easy healthy recipe alternative.
I use to love coconut ice as a child, they even sold it in my local corner dairy (shop). But I don’t want all that sugar and unhealthy oils and more.
Sugar Free Coconut Ice – Recipe Tips
- Choose unsweetened shredded/desiccated coconut.
- Ensure the mixture has enough coconut oil to coat all the desiccated/shredded coconut, otherwise it will not set.
- Some coconut is drier than others, so may absorb more of the coconut oil. You may need to add a tablespoon or more extra coconut oil to ensure the coconut ice sets.
- Add plenty of flavouring, it really does taste delicious.
- Pack the first layer firmly into a lined dish with the back of a spoon, allow to set in the fridge for a few minutes, then place the pink layer on top, press gently again.
- Alternatively, you can cool the mixture until it is firm enough to roll into balls. Pop them back in the fridge until set completely.
- Store in the fridge or freezer for a quick and easy sugar free snack – when you have a sweet craving. These will help stop you reaching for a candy bar!
Sugar Free Coconut Ice
- Mix the melted coconut oil, coconut and sweetener together until thoroughly mixed.
- Divide the coconut mixture into 2 bowls. In the first bowl add vanilla, and into the second bowl, add the raspberry flavouring and colouring (optional).
- Mix each bowl well, then place the vanilla layer into a baking dish lined with baking paper. Press down firmly with the back of a spoon. Place in the fridge for a few minutes.
- Press the raspberry layer on top. Set the dish in the refrigerator until the coconut ice is firm enough to cut into little squares.
More sugar free sweet treat – recipes you may like:
- Mocha ice blocks
- Mocha ice bombs
- Salted peanut butter cups
- Chocolate mint truffles
- Walnut keto fudge
- Pumpkin spice fudge
- Walnut and brandy truffles
- Pecan chocolate
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