Frozen Coconut “Mochi!”

Frozen Coconut Mochi

Paleo | Keto | Vegan

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HOW DID I NOT POST THIS SOONER?!

This post was lost in my drafts for 5ever.

I’m not one to be a recipe blogger but this was too good to pass up on not sharing. And it’s soooooo simple to make!

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  • Refrigerate the coconut milk/cream and scoop out the thick paste that forms on the top. Don’t use the remaining water in this recipe.
  • With the browned grassfed butter softened or melted, mix it with the coconut paste
  • Add in salt and swerve/sweetener and mix.
  • Fill into muffin tins and top with any toppings you’d like.
  • Refrigerate for 1 hour

Tadaaaaa!

Frozen Coconut "Mochi!"

Yes, yes, I know it’s not a “fall” recipe but who cares?! WHEN IT’S THIS DELICIOUS.

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Frozen Coconut Mochi

Frozen Coconut Mochi

The browned grassfed butter will give it a slight “caramel”/burnt taste that’s so delicious. If you don’t have that, you can use ghee instead or regular unsalted butter.

Frozen Coconut Mochi

So simple. I love it.

Traditional mochi is a Japanese dessert that is chewy on the outside with a sweet paste on the inside; usually made from mashed red bean, green bean, or taro. Needless to say, they’re a sugar and gluten bomb! And so cute. I wanted to make a healthified version that’s paleo and keto friendly.


Have you ever tried mochi before? What’s your favourite dessert?