Madagascan Vanilla Cream Lollies (Low-carb)

Keto Vanilla Lollies
Keto Vanilla Lollies

I always have a batch of lollies for Funnyman in the freezer (they usually take me less than 10 minutes to make once a week). He loves them as after-dinner treats, and enjoying them most nights has never knocked him out of ketosis. This time, I decided to go back to basics with a simple vanilla-cream. He was not disappointed. Unlike the majority of the other lolly recipes on this site, here I used mostly double cream and only a dash of Greek yogurt for some acidity. I scraped the seeds from a good quality Madagascan vanilla pod (hence the name), but if you are on a tighter budget, you can get away with two teaspoons of vanilla essence you probably already available in your pantry. (Just be sure to check the labels: vanilla paste contains sugar)…

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Carbs 2.6g | Fat 42g | Protein 3.1g
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Madagascan Vanilla Cream Lollies (Low-carb)

Delicious vanilla cream lollies made with double cream and a little yogurt. At only 2.6g carbs per lolly, you will love these as after dinner treats.
Course Dessert
Cuisine General
Prep Time 5 minutes
Freezing Time 12 hours
Total Time 12 hours 5 minutes
Servings 6 lollies


  • 450 g (15.9 oz) double cream
  • 120 g (4.2 oz) full-fat Greek yogurt
  • 40 g (1.4 oz) Swerve® sweetener, confectioners
  • 1 large Madagascan vanilla bean pod


  • Combine the cream, yogurt and Swerve® confectioner’s sweetener in a large bowl.
  • Slice the vanilla pod in half lengthwise. Open up the pod and use the back of a knife to scrape out all the seeds. Add the seeds to the cream mixture and whisk very well until the mixture is full combined. I would advise whisking to at least soft peaks as you don't want the seeds to sink to the bottom of the lolly moulds.
  • Pour the mixture into 6 ice lolly moulds (100ml / 3.4 fl. oz) in capacity. Click the lid/stick in place of each one, and place in the freezer overnight.
  • Transfer the popsicles to the fridge 30 minutes before eating or simply run hot water on the outside of the mould to make it easier to slide out.

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Calories: 397kcal | Carbohydrates: 2.6g | Protein: 3.1g | Fat: 42g

Madagascan Vanilla Cream Lollies (Low-carb)
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Nutritional Information per serving
Calories                         397Kcal / 1661kJ
Fat                                 42g
Carbohydrates               2.6g
Protein                           3.1g


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