Buñuelo Popsicles (Paleo, Dairy Free, Keto)
Oh hello everyone! I'm coming at you with a super fun recipe, and my tastebuds are so happy about this one because is not only super flavorful but it combines TWO of my favorite time of the year: summer and winter holidays!
I'm bringing the Holiday Joy to Summer with these Buñuelo Popsicles.
So, a few weeks ago Siete Foods, one of my favorite companies came out with their Grain Free Mini Buñuelos... in July! As an announcement that they will be soon to be a whole-year-long product and not just a seasonal edition.
This is great news for me because these taste absolutely delicious! As a Mexican you know that buñuelos are a MUST around Christmas time but I ain't going to complain about these being an all year long product.
And to keep things on season, I made these popsicles using the cinnamon crisps along with some other fun ingredients to create this popsicle to enjoy these summer days of July.
Simple and fun ingredients!
Siete Foods Grain Free Mini Buñuelos
Dairy Free Chocolate
Super easy and loads of good flavors as you can tell from the ingredient list! With a nice crunch to them and a good mixture of yummy flavors; chocolate + cinnamon = YUM!
As you can see from the blog feed, or my Instagram feed and stories popsicles have been on repeat lately for several reasons:
Easy to make
Great for meal prep
These popsicles also remind me of churros, another delicious Mexican food that rocks the world. I mean, both are all about sugar and cinnamon! But in these pops I included a layer of chocolate using a melted chocolate bar (dairy free) on the almond milk to just create a chocolate effect.
Also, used keto creamer in cinnamon flavor to add some healthy fats and creaminess since almond milk is basically water (let's be real) and frozen is hard! I wanted something creamy and dairy free.
Plus the crunch from the cinnamon crisps I added some chocolate granola, just to increase the fun to the pop-situation, I used Keto and Co, but another of my faves is from Lakanto, you can also use discount code for all of their products by using code PURELYHL.
And speaking of Lakanto, I used their granulated monk fruit as my sweetener (my personal fave and the most used one in my recipes) to keep thing low carb. As a matter of fact these popsicles are keto friendly!
Each popsicles, consider that the recipe makes 10, has only 3.9 grams of total carbs and 1.1 grams of fiber, that makes each popsicle to have only 2.8 grams of total carbs!
In general these popsicles are:
So you'll you join me on this Christmas situation in July? I mean, these popsicles are irresistible and I'm very excited for you to enjoy these! So save this recipe before summer days are over!
Have a wonderful season everyone, CHEERS!
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By María Fernanda López
15 cinnamon crisps (Siete Foods)
1/4 cup of chocolate granola
1 tbsp of granulated monk fruit (PUREYL for discount)
3/4 cup of almond milk
1 cup + 1/4 cup of almond milk
1 (30g) dairy free chocolate bar
2 tbsp of Creamy Caramel MCT
1/4 cup of granulated monk fruit
Mix the ingredients for the layer one and pour into 10 popsicle molds.
Freeze for 1 hours.
In the meantime, heat the almond milk and let the chocolate melt. Stir well and add the coffee creamer.
Once the second layer is mix and the first one is hard enough pour the second layer over the first one.
Add popsicle sticks and freeze 5 hours or all night.
Nutritional Information (per serving 76 kcal)
Net Carbs: 2.8g
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