Keto Cups (5 Ingredients)
These Keto Cups filled with sugar-free strawberry jelly are the most delicious dairy-free fat bomb!
With only 1.9 grams of net carb each, they are perfect to fix a sweet craving and keep your macros on track.
Last year, I shared my delicious keto peanut butter cups. It’s always been one of my favorite recipes, but sometimes I feel like something fruity. These Strawberry Coconut Keto cups come to the rescue!
They are made with a few simple ingredients and inspired by a famous New Zealand ice cream named Jelly Tip.
So this recipe is for my kiwi keto followers, who, like me, used to love the Jelly Tip popsicles made of vanilla ice cream and Strawberry jelly covered with chocolate.
What Are Keto Cups?
Keto cups are single-serve bite-size sweet snacks to enjoy on your keto diet.
It’s a sugar-free snack high in healthy fat to keep you full and satisfy your sweet tooth without raising too much your carbs macros.
Most keto cups are made of peanut butter or almond butter. Here I am sharing a fruity version of my classic keto peanut butter cups.
How To Make Keto Cups
Making these Keto Cups is easy as pie, it only takes 7 ingredients!
All you need to make these Strawberry coconut keto cups are:
- Sugar-free Chocolate Chips – you can use dark chocolate or milk chocolate.
- Coconut Butter – also known as coconut mana, see my options below in the post if you don’t have this in store.
- Coconut Oil or MCT oil, or melted cocoa butter. Any option works well.
- Powdered Erythritol or vanilla stevia drops or any keto sweetener you love.
- Vanilla Extract – optional
- Sugar-free Strawberry Jelly – The one I am using is natural and vegan, making these keto-friendly fat bombs vegan.
First, line a 12-hole mini muffin tray with lightly oiled paper cups or silicone cups.
Then, add the sugar-free chocolate chips and coconut oil to a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave by 30-second bursts, stir and repeat until melted.
Spread about two teaspoons of melted chocolate at the bottom of each muffin cup, then freeze the muffin tin.
While the cups are in the freezer, prepare the coconut layer.
To make the coconut layer, place coconut oil and coconut butter in a microwave-safe bowl.
Microwave for 30 seconds, stir and repeat until fully melted and consistent. Then, stir in the powdered erythritol and vanilla extract.
Remove your muffin pan from the freezer and evenly spread the coconut filling into the 12 cups.
Return the muffin pan to the freezer to set the coconut layer – it takes barely 10 minutes.
Strawberry jelly layer
Meanwhile, prepare the sugar-free jelly recipe following the packaging instruction.
Remove the muffin pan from the freezer and spread the jelly on top of the coconut layer – about two teaspoons per cup.
Drizzle the remaining melted chocolate on top to entirely hide the jelly. If the chocolate you melted earlier has hardened, microwave again to liquify.
Finally, pop the muffin tin one last time in the freezer to set the top chocolate layer.
These keto coconut cups store very well in your fridge in an airtight box for up to 1 week. Otherwise, you can freeze them and each them frozen, or thaw 30 minutes before eating.
I have plenty of options for ingredient swaps below. Let me share my favorites:
- Coconut Butter – If you can’t find coconut butter at the store, try tahini or coconut yogurt! For the coconut yogurt option, you will have to skip the coconut oil in the coconut layer, and it takes longer to freeze and set.
- Strawberry Jelly – Try my keto jam instead and swap the raspberries for strawberries. Both are keto-friendly fruits! It has a delicious jelly texture, and it’s easy to make.
- Coconut Oil – swap for cocoa butter.
- Powdered Erythritol – Swap for monk fruit extract if you like, but add only a tiny amount. 1/4 teaspoon of pure monk fruit powder is very sweet. Adjust the sweetness to your taste.
You can serve these keto cups plain or with some toppings like:
- A pinch of sea salt
- Coconut Flakes
- Chopped Peanuts
- Crushed Almonds
have you made these no-sugar keto cups? Share a review or comment below to tell me how it goes.
Posted In:Chocolate ChipsCoconutCoconut OilNo-BakeDairy-FreeEgg-FreeGluten-FreeGrain-FreeHealthyKetoLow-CarbNut-FreeVeganVegetarianDessertSnackIntermediateUnder 30 Minutes
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