Cool off with this refreshing strawberry creamsicle recipe! These are so easy and so delicious. They're also sugar-free with no weird additives and easy on the body!
Just like my coconut avocado creamsicle recipe, all you really need to make these delicious treats is a blender and a popsicle mold or some cups and sticks!
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I don't know about you, but it's fricking hot here in Phoenix! We're looking at temps over 130 degrees in August. Besides, keeping hydrated, it's nice to have a cool treat, but I don't want all the sugar and junk that comes with it!
So, my answer is always homemade ice cream, ice cream bars, and popsicles. It's so easy to throw some ingredients into a blender, pour it into molds, and freeze. I'm always so grateful when I can open the freezer drawer and find a cool treat this time of year.
I make this strawberry creamsicle recipe with heavy cream for Blake, and I use cashew milk for me since I can't do coconut right now. They come out ok with the cashew milk, they're a little icy due to the water content of the cashew milk. I could increase the fat content with MCT oil or cacao, but I'm lazy. If you can do coconut, they come out great using coconut cream for a dairy-free option.
You can also use any kind of berry or frozen fruit you want. You can swap out the strawberries for a berry blend, blueberries, or raspberries. If you allow more fruit sugar in your diet, you could do mango, pineapple, or papaya. You could also add citrus or mint for an added zing. Have fun and play with it!
Strawberry Creamsicle (Keto, Paleo, GF, Low-Iron, Vegetarian, DF Option)
- 1 Pint Heavy Cream or Coconut Cream for Dairy-Free
- 32 oz. Frozen Strawberries defrosted
- 1 cup Erythritol or Sugar Replacement of Choice
- Add ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
- Pour into popsicle molds and freeze for at least 4 hours.
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