Raspberry and Cream Paleo Lollies

Healthy Raspberry & Cream Paleo Lollies.

Anyone else used to be addicted lollies?! We loved them as kids and then loved them again when we were like 17 and 15. So random.

We think it was because they said they were 99% fat free. We gathered we could eat the whole packet and just run that sugar right off. AHHHH… it really was that bad!

Thank god, ganesh, the universe and thank google that we discovered this whole real food way of living. Oh and thank you for giving us gelatin powder so we could make healthy lollies! Raspberry and Cream Paleo Lollies to be exact!

 Raspberry and Cream Paleo Lollies

We were in the movie theatre the other day and we seriously could smell lollies. We’re not gonna lie, they smelt delicious. We even knew what lollies they were just by smelling them (we told you we loved them!). They were our old favourites… bloody starbursts! And BOOM! Inspiration for these lollies!

We’ve already made single flavour lollies. We had to up our game.

We wanted to try and health-a-fy those lollies with the white on the bottom and red on the top. They were called strawberry and creams (they definitely weren’t our favourite lollies… we liked snakes better) but this healthy version is so SO SO good! 

You should maybe, probably, definitely give them a go! Oh, and report back! Ok? Yay!

Always merrymaking,

Emma + Carla

Raspberry and Cream Paleo Lollies


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Healthy Raspberry & Cream Paleo Lollies
Serves 2
Prep Time
30 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
30 min
Total Time
30 min
  1. 1/4 cup pureed raspberries
  2. 1/4 cup coconut milk (carton)
  3. 1 1/2 tbs. powdered gelatin (we use Great Lakes)
  4. 1 tsp. powdered stevia (or preferred natural sweetener)
  1. Pour the raspberry puree in to a small saucepan, sprinkle over half the gelatin and mix together.
  2. Allow to stand for 5 minutes (it will go jelly like).
  3. Place the sauce pan on to medium heat and continuously stir for 5 minutes until smooth.
  4. Carefully fill silicon molds or ice cube trays halfway with the raspberry mix.
  5. Place in to the freezer for 15 minutes or until set.
  6. Now for the cream part!
  7. Combine the coconut milk and stevia in a small sauce pan, sprinkle over the other half of the gelatin and mix together.
  8. Allow to stand for 5 minutes.
  9. Place the sauce pan on to medium heat and continuously stir for 5 minutes until smooth.
  10. Pour the cream lolly mix on top of the raspberry in the silicone molds and place back into the freezer.
  11. Store these in an airtight container for around 1 week. We like to keep them fresh in the fridge.
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Comments 24

  1. Oh my yum!!!! I love raspberries (but strangely can’t stand strawberries), so I never had those lollies when I was a kid, but I’m all about these guys! Can’t wait to get into my new kitchen soon and start trying these out 🙂

  2. These look delicious! I am going to make some for my book club tomorrow 🙂 Just wondering though, where do you guys buy your gelatine from? I am in Canberra too and I have struggled to find any good quality stuff.

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  4. I made these and they weren’t very nice – they were like rubber. Did I do something wrong ?

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    Oh no! have you made lollies with great lakes gelatine before? You may need to add a little extra sweetener if you like things a little sweeter. We made ours with no sweetener and yes they are definitely a little rubbery but lots of fun and extremely good of you!

  6. Where do you ger your silicone moulds? Do you think I could pour into a tray and cut with my mini cookie cutter instead?

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    Hi Natalie, we have not tried it but it may work. These moulds came with our Meraki Chocolate making kits but we got super cute ones from kmart. Duckies and fish and love hearts.

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  9. Hi girls, could you use canned coconut milk? I’d rather use something I already have. My Great Lakes Gelatine just arrived and I’m desperate to make these!

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  11. Made these last night, but used the recipe for the fruit part from Sarah Wilson’s Simplicious, with your recipe for the cream (using canned coconut cream.) They turned out beautifully and although I find the flavour of coconut cream quite strong, adding only a thin layer worked well! Another great merrymaker recipe, thanks!

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  16. Hi there! Super keen to try these; however can you suggest an alternative for the coconut milk?

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