Homemade Push Pops

When I was a little girl I grew up on Flintstones Push Pops. Do you remember those? I loved them! I don’t even know if you can get push pops anymore but they were always a fun summer treat! I have made my homemade Creamsicle Push Pops from Quick and Easy Ketogenic Cooking cookbook for my boys a lot but their favorite flavor is raspberry. So I decided to change the recipe a bit and make them into healthy raspberry push pops!

I found Push Pop Molds on Amazon.com years ago and  we use them all the time to make easy keto ice cream treats! (click HERE to find them). 

Just about every afternoon, we go on a long bike ride in the country and the boys ask for a push pop on our bike rides while they ride behind us on a WeeHoo and all the neighbors asked where I bought such a great bike pull-behind! You can click HERE to find a Weehoo. This has been a tradition since Micah was only 3 and he just turned 9 years old last Thursday! I can’t believe how fast time is flying by. It seems like yesterday we were on our way to Ethiopia to meet them for the first time. I feel blessed to be their mom!

I am also proud to say that my keto kids started their own Keto Kids Youtube channel! You can click HERE to check out their latest videos!

I’m also a  huge fan of collagen! Even for kids! So I often add a few scoops of Further Foods unflavored collagen to the blender when I make them! Click HERE to read the benefits of collagen. 

Homemade Push Pops
 
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Serves: 10
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Place the heavy cream into a powerful blender (click HERE to find the one I use and LOVE). Puree on high until stiff peaks form. Add the rest of the ingredients and puree until well combined. Taste and adjust sweetness to your liking. I added a teaspoon of stevia glycerite (click HERE to find).
  2. Pour into push pop molds and place in the freezer for at least 4 hours or until frozen. Store in freezer for up to 1 month.
Notes
Nutritional Information:
82 calories, 9g fat, 1g protein, 1g carbs, 0.1g fiber
 

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4 Comments

  • Cecile Clover says:

    Dear Maria,
    What to do if one has had their gallbladder removed???

  • C W Clover says:

    My gall bladder was removed how do I do keto???

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      The common bile duct, which still remains after the gallbladder is removed, takes over a lot of the function of the gallbladder when it is taken out. That is why you can have your gallbladder removed and not totally fall apart by not being able to digest any fats. Coconut oil is very good for someone without a gallbladder because it doesn’t require bile acids for absorption. All MCT (medium chain triglycerides) are like this. You can also use dandelion and ox bile to increase bile production. So eating this way is great for someone without a gallbladder.