Keto Coconut Lime Sorbet

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  • prep time

    prep time

    5 min

  • cook time

    cook time

    5 min

  • ready time

    ready time

    10 min

Keto Coconut Lime Sorbet

8 ratings

This sorbet is dairy free! A little coconut milk adds flavor and keeps the sorbet a little rich. Each bite is tart from the lime flavor and smooth from the coconut. Use as a palate cleanser or enjoy as a dessert on a hot day.

The original recipe here makes approx. 1 ½ cups sorbet.

Jessica L.

  • Net Carbs

    1.2 g

  • Fiber

    0.2 g

  • Total Carbs

    1.5 g

  • Protein

    0.8 g

  • Fats

    5.5 g

57 cals

Keto Coconut Lime Sorbet

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Ingredients

  • Boiling Water

    Boiling Water

    ⅓ cup

  • Jell-o Jell-o Gelatin Dessert Sugar Free Lime Low Calorie by Kraft

    Jell-o Jell-o Gelatin Dessert Sugar Free Lime Low Calorie by Kraft

    1 serving

  • Coconut Milk

    Coconut Milk

    ⅓ cup

  • Ice Or Ice Cubes

    Ice Or Ice Cubes

    6 ice cube

Recipe Steps

steps 3

10 min

  • Step 1

    Bring the water to a boil quickly over your stove. Once to a boil, transfer the water to a heat-safe bowl and stir in 1, .3-oz package of lime jello. Continually stir until all the gelatin is dissolved.
    Step 1
  • Step 2

    Pour the lime gelatin base into a blender. Add in the coconut milk and 2 ice cubes.
    Step 2
  • Step 3

    Blend the sorbet together. Then, keep blending in 2 ice cubes at a time until all are blended in. The sorbet will become thick and a little frothy. At your discretion, you can add even more ice cubes to make a sorbet firmer. Serve immediately.
    Step 3

Comments 13

  • Mamagshouse

    Mamagshouse 2 years ago

    OMG such a refreshing dessert that is Keto friendly. Cures the ice cream craving.

    • RemarkableKale834166

      RemarkableKale834166 3 years ago

      Is it possible to add some real lime juice to this recipe?

      • GorgeousKale958806

        GorgeousKale958806 3 years ago

        Probably just use some Knox gelatin and fresh lime juice. You can probably find a recipe for fresh lime gelatin online.

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous 4 years ago

      So good and refreshing. Fulfilled my sweet cravings would never know it is keto friendly. Will definitely make again !!

      • Determined

        Determined 5 years ago

        Just tried this. It blew my expectations away it definitely cured my sweet tooth for the night

        • Misty

          Misty 5 years ago

          I made this with the sugar-free black cherry and it was absolutely delicious. I wanted to eat the whole thing but I didn’t

          • Poptart2000

            Poptart2000 2 years ago

            You go girl!!!

        • n0rthernlitegurl

          n0rthernlitegurl 5 years ago

          I hate to burst your bubble, but that jello is not sugar free. Maltodextrin has a higher glycemic index than sugar!!! Bad bad bad.

          • Iduna

            Iduna 3 years ago

            I eat a serving (1/4 box) of "sugar-free" jello fairly regularly and it has never knocked me out of ketosis. Health goals for keto diets vary and maltodextrin may not be right for yours but sugar-free jello isn't an an absolute no-go. I make a creamy version using one cup of boiling water half a cup sour cream and half a cup of whipping cream then divided into four servings and it is the perfect sweet tooth satisfier that helps keep me on keto.

          • Heidi

            Heidi 5 years ago

            I hate how the industry can market this as sugar free, but have hidden sugars which most are not aware of the nanes, so glad you pointed this out!

        • JudiM

          JudiM 5 years ago

          Really yummy!

          • Darcie

            Darcie 5 years ago

            Sounds Great!... can you freeze this?

            • recipewriter

              recipewriter 5 years ago

              Yes! You may wish to reblend it when you remove it from your freezer.