Sugar-Free Avocado Fudgesicles

I believe the best way to sabotage something like an elimination diet, especially one that you must be on for health reasons, is to forbid yourself the ability to enjoy a treat every now and then.

Especially when you are 9.

The process of eliminating Candida has not only brought my daughter and I to a new level of health, it has brought us closer in the kitchen.

We have learned to enjoy food on a new level.

She is beginning to find the sweetness in simple ingredients.

And we are learning a new love for the occasional bit of stevia.

Of all the no-calorie sweeteners on the market, natural or artificial, only green stevia is allowed on the Paleolithic Candida Protocol.

This natural sweetener is highly potent and even my youngest child has learned that just the tiniest bit will do.

Among the 100+ degree days here in West Texas, the thing my daughter and I have missed the most is ice cream.

Creamy, sweet, luscious ice cream.

While these fudgesicles are not quite ice cream, the way they coat your tongue with chocolaty goodness makes them every bit as delicious as the ice cream we desire without all of the work.

Filled with healthy fats and absolutely no sugar, we hope that you enjoy these popsicles as much as we do!



Sugar-Free Avocado Fudgesicles (ACD, Paleo, Vegan, Raw, Sugar-Free, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free)


  • 2 Ripe Avocados
  • ½ c Raw Cacao Powder
  • ½ c Water
  • ½ can Whole-Fat Coconut Milk
  • ¼ tsp Sea Salt
  • Stevia to taste


  1. Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth, pudding-like texture. Pour into popsicle molds, tapping to remove any air bubbles. Freeze for approximately 8 hours.
  2. On the off chance you have any fudgy goodness leftover, feel free to eat it up! This makes a good pudding as well.
  3. Makes 8 small popsicles or 4 large.

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  1. Ooo these look simple & delicious. I can sympathize with the hot weather – the humidity here is just sweltering! It must help that the two of you are doing the candida protocol together – always nice to have in-house support!

    • :) I wasn’t going to have her do the protocol alone…but then I was diagnosed with Candida, too and there was no doubting that we needed to do this together! She is truly the best protocol partner, ever. xoxo

  2. Love when avocado is used in sweets – great idea with the fudgesicle recipe. I have added it to key lime pie and no one ever knows it is in there.

  3. Wow, these look so great! A fun, simple treat, as well as a good way to keeping things allergen free.

  4. Looks very interesting and exotic. I have never had an avocado fudgesicles before. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I really REALLY miss ice cream also. I bought a Vitamix so I can try to make it sometimes and it does work well but I am getting so tired of coconut milk. I tried these with 12 drops of stevia. They taste a lot like frozen avocados to me, though. I’m sorry. I’m eating them anyway but they are missing that true fudgy flavor. I wonder how they would taste with blueberries added?

    • :-( I’m unsure where the gap in flavor may be, Judi. If you used all of the same ingredients, especially the raw cacao, it should be VERY chocolatey. That being said, blueberries would be a lovely addition to this recipe, please let me know if you try it and what your measurements are. xoxo


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