Pink Hat, Popsicles and Pretty Flowers

Well the weather here in the UK has been so warm and sunny

sun hats are definitely handy
image from here

Also handy to have around are these
White Chocolate Raspberry Lollies (Popsicles), they are low carb and dairy free

These low-carb white chocolate raspberry Popsicles / lollies can be a great way to cool off on a hot summer day, or simply just to enjoy on a slightly cooler day.

The creamy rich white chocolate is balanced with a pop of raspberry. It’s hard to believe they are low-carb and dairy free. The recipe uses coconut milk as its base – it adds healthy fats and loads of creaminess to the recipe – but don’t worry if you don’t like the taste of coconut. These treats taste purely of white chocolate and raspberries. No coconut flavour here!

In this recipe the popsicle/lolly mold used makes 10 3-ounce pops/lollies, but you may need to adjust the recipe to fit the mold you use… and please don’t worry if you have any mixture left over after your molds are filled … just pour it into a dessert dish, cover and refrigerate, and in three or four hours, it turns into a delicious mousse!

Ingredients
1 envelope un-flavoured gelatine
½ cup unsweetened milk of choice (e.g. almond milk or coconut milk from a carton)
1 can organic coconut milk
4 ounces (organic) cocoa butter, food grade, finely chopped
3 Tablespoons Stevia Erythritol Mix
1 large egg
1 cup (organic) raspberries – frozen work fine
2 teaspoons vanilla
Instructions
Can be found here

If you need help with measurement conversions, please see here


well the post title is pink hat, popsicles and pretty flowers

so here are the pretty flowers 😊

~ wishing all readers a happy Sunday ~


A variety of recipe ideas are within this blog, but please note, not all may be suitable for you. If you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use your meter. If you have any concerns about your health it is always advisable to consult your Doctor or health care team

All the best Jan

Well the weather here in the UK has been so warm and sunny

sun hats are definitely handy
image from here

Also handy to have around are these
White Chocolate Raspberry Lollies (Popsicles), they are low carb and dairy free

These low-carb white chocolate raspberry Popsicles / lollies can be a great way to cool off on a hot summer day, or simply just to enjoy on a slightly cooler day.

The creamy rich white chocolate is balanced with a pop of raspberry. It’s hard to believe they are low-carb and dairy free. The recipe uses coconut milk as its base – it adds healthy fats and loads of creaminess to the recipe – but don’t worry if you don’t like the taste of coconut. These treats taste purely of white chocolate and raspberries. No coconut flavour here!

In this recipe the popsicle/lolly mold used makes 10 3-ounce pops/lollies, but you may need to adjust the recipe to fit the mold you use… and please don’t worry if you have any mixture left over after your molds are filled … just pour it into a dessert dish, cover and refrigerate, and in three or four hours, it turns into a delicious mousse!

Ingredients
1 envelope un-flavoured gelatine
½ cup unsweetened milk of choice (e.g. almond milk or coconut milk from a carton)
1 can organic coconut milk
4 ounces (organic) cocoa butter, food grade, finely chopped
3 Tablespoons Stevia Erythritol Mix
1 large egg
1 cup (organic) raspberries – frozen work fine
2 teaspoons vanilla
Instructions
Can be found here

If you need help with measurement conversions, please see here


well the post title is pink hat, popsicles and pretty flowers

so here are the pretty flowers 😊

~ wishing all readers a happy Sunday ~


A variety of recipe ideas are within this blog, but please note, not all may be suitable for you. If you may have any food allergies, or underlying health issues these must always be taken into account. If you are a diabetic and not sure how certain foods may affect your blood sugars, test is best, i.e. use your meter. If you have any concerns about your health it is always advisable to consult your Doctor or health care team

All the best Jan