Easy blender recipe for homemade sugar-free mocha ice-cream bars (keto-friendly) drizzled with sugar-free dark chocolate.
The easy no-churn recipe is made with simple ingredients and only 5g net carbs.
Craving mocha almond fudge bars? Add some crushed almonds too!
You can easily change this into a non-dairy frozen dessert. They're delicious dairy-free coffee chocolate frozen treats the whole family will love.
The low-carb popsicles are made with just a few simple ingredients. You've probably got the ingredients in your fridge and pantry already.
The base of these health popsicles is made with creamy full-fat coconut cream and natural unsweetened yogurt.
There are no artificial colors, flavours or preservatives in these mocha ice cream bars. Here's what you need:
- coconut cream - this dairy free ingredient should be full fat.
- natural yoghurt - look for a variety that is as low in sugar and net carbs as possible. Again, full fat is ideal here.
- granulated sweetener of choice - no cane sugar needed!
- strong coffee or espresso - if you brew it fresh, let it cool down a bit before you add it to the mixture.
- unsweetened cocoa powder
- vanilla extract
Making these mocha ice cream bars couldn't be easier!
STEP 1: BLEND
Simply put all of the above ingredients into a blender (or use a stick blender) and process/puree until the ice-cream bars mixture is smooth.
STEP 2: POUR
Carefully pour the ice cream recipe into popsicle molds and allow it to freeze for about 8 hours.
STEP 3: DECORATE
You can decorate your sugar-free mocha popsicles by drizzling 90% dark chocolate (or sugar-free chocolate) all over the top. You can also dip the ice cream bars in melted chocolate too for that real chocolate coating popsicle experience.
Either way, you'll be delighting taste buds with this creamy slab!
- Add a crunchy fudge shell - love the taste of smooth fudge? Make it even better with a keto-friendly magic shell! Grab the recipe for keto magic shell here.
- Create a mocha almond fudge bar - Drizzle on smooth fudge made from melted 90% chocolate, then dip it in crushed almonds or any other tree nuts you like.
- Make it dairy free - craving nondiary frozen dessert bars? Simply swap out the yoghurt for a dairy free quality brand. Just make sure to keep an eye on the carb count before you enjoy your delicious dairy free bar!
FAQs about these mocha ice cream bars
Lactose intolerant? You can easily turn this into a dairy-free treat simply by using dairy-free products. The only ingredient you'll need to swap out is the yogurt, as everything else is naturally already dairy-free.
Yes, these delicious frozen treats are filled with natural flavor while also being completely gluten-free.
You can add some crushed almonds or almond flakes into the ice cream mixture before pouring into the molds, or you can dip in chocolate then sprinkle almond flakes for a crunchy natural flavor on your frozen treats.
No food is "keto" but rather how much a nutrient adds to your daily diet and carb allowance and whether you are in nutritional ketosis or not.
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Sugar-free mocha ice-cream bars recipe
- 500 ml (2 cups) coconut cream full fat
- 250 ml (1 cup) natural unsweetened yoghurt unsweetened
- 3 tablespoon granulated sweetener, of choice or more to your taste
- 125 ml (½ cup) strong coffee
- 3 tablespoon cocoa powder (unsweetened) unsweetened
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Place everything in the blender and blitz until smooth.
- Pour into popsicle molds and freeze until set.
- Remove gently from the popsicle molds.
- Optional: Dip or drizzle or in 90% chocolate or sugar-free chocolate.
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Libby these are absolutely delicious, and such an easy recipe. Perfect for a sugar-free after school snack in the summer to cool the kids down.
These look wonderful, easy, and I want to make them. I do have a question on the Coconut Cream. There are numerous names for coconut stuff that I can get confused! Looking at the product you show on Amazon, I believe that is like the coconut cream concentrate (also called manna) from Tropical Traditions, correct? ... but a whole cup of it seems like a lot (and expensive) - plus more sweetener. Usually, I see coconut cream as the heavy "cream" from the top of a can of full fat coconut milk; so a whole cup of that makes more sense to me.
Thanks for your help!
So cool! (pun intended).
I love the way these look and so few ingredients too.
We loved making these. I have a few more popsicles that will be published over the next few weeks 🙂