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Keto Fudge Pops

by KetoFocus.com
4.8 Stars (18 Reviews)
Nutrition Facts

8

Servings

162

Calories

16.2g

Fat

0.7g

Protein

2.8g

Net Carbs

These easy keto fudge bars are made with cream and dark chocolate to create a creamy, chocolatey, sugar free frozen treat that will remind you of the days you used to chase the ice cream truck down the street for a popsicle.

Keto Fudge Pops Ingredients

  • 6 oz sugar free chocolate
  • 1 ½ cups macadamia nut milk (or nut milk of choice)
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • ¼ cup confectioner’s Swerve
  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened, 100% cocoa powder
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • ½ teaspoon salt

Keto Fudge Pops Directions

  • 1
    Place popsicle sticks in water a few hours prior to give them some weight so they don’t float up to the top of your popsicle molds.
  • 2
    Break up chocolate into chunks by grinding up in a blender.
    Chocolate in a blender
  • 3
    In a small saucepan, bring the nut milk, cream, Swerve and cocoa to a light boil. Immediately remove from the heat and pour the mixture over the crumbled chocolate in the blender.
    chocolate in a sauce pan
  • 4
    Add vanilla and salt to the blender. Blend until chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth.
    add vanilla
  • 5
    Pour the mixture into 8 popsicle molds. If you don’t have a mold, you can use dixie cups (3 oz paper cups). Just insert the popsicle sticks about an hour after they have been in the freezer so they will stand up straight.
    pour the mixture into molds
  • 6
    Freeze overnight or for 24 hours.
    freeze fudge bars
  • 7
    Store pops in the molds or in a freezer safe bag.
    store in freezer

Low-Carb Fudge Pops

low-carb fudge pops These creamy fudge pops are the perfect summertime treat for those on the keto diet or if you are just looking for a sugar free dessert. The best part, this recipe for keto fudge pops can be made in under 15 minutes. The popsicles do require you to freeze them overnight, but they are well worth it.

My kids went nuts over these keto fudge bars. Eight fudge pops go quickly in my house. But I don’t mind because these keto fudge popsicles are made with quality ingredients and are sugar free!

Creamy keto fudge pops have a rich chocolatey flavor and are made with a pinch of salt. But don’t worry, it won’t taste salty…the salt is just there to bring out the chocolate flavor and enhance the sweetness, so don’t omit it!!

What Kind Of Chocolate Do You Recommend To Make Sugar Free Fudgesicles?

I use sugar free chocolate from ChocZero whenever keto recipes call for chocolate. Their chocolate is sweetened with monk fruit. It is the BEST keto chocolate I have tried. You can get 10% off your order when you use my code “ketofocus” at checkout or click here.

we love ChocZero If you don’t have access to ChocZero chocolate, you can use other sugar free chocolate brands like Lily’s Chocolates. Or just use unsweetened baker’s chocolate. Another option is to use a brand like Lindt and use their 90% chocolate bar; however, these do contain sugar.

I Don’t Own A Blender, Can I Still Make This Keto Fudge Pop Recipe?

If you don’t have a blender, you can still make keto fudgesicles. Chop up the chocolate into small chunks and set it aside. Then add the chocolate chunks into the saucepan after you remove it from the stove top. The liquid should be hot enough to melt the chocolate.

For this recipe, I used cacao powder, but I have also used Hershey’s 100% unsweetened cocoa powder. You can use any brand for this keto dessert recipe, just make sure it is 100% cocoa and sugar free.

Salt In A Fudge Pop Recipe??!!

This recipe calls for salt. Don’t worry. It won’t taste salty! The salt in this fudge pop recipe is there to enhance the chocolate flavor and bring out the sweetness a little more. Many dessert recipes call for a pinch of salt so salt is no stranger to the world of sweets.

How To Store Homemade Sugar Free Fudge Pops

After the bars have frozen, take them out of the popsicle mold and place them in a freezer safe ziplock bag for storage. Store the fudge bars in the freezer.

Creamy Keto Fudge Pops Are Fat Bombs!

These creamy keto fudge pops are actually a fat bomb recipe. Each bar contains 16 grams of fat and less than 3 carbs! They are the perfect snack when you have a sweet tooth and need something to tide you over until your next meal.

Popsicle Molds

For this recipe you can use any popsicle mold. If you don’t have a popsicle maker, you can always use a dixie cup.

If using a small cup, place the chocolate filled cups in the freezer for about an hour before inserting the wooden craft sticks. This will help the sticks stand straight.

If you are using wooden popsicle sticks, make sure you soak your craft sticks in water for a few hours before making fudge pops. You want the sticks to have some weight to them so they don’t float up to the top.

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