Koochikoo Lollipops :: No Sugar Added, Organic, Vegan

We are in the middle of summer – and my girls want their summertime treats! The whole family is obsessed with Koochikoo Lollipops and I’m totally fine giving it to them. In fact, they’re the perfect healthy treats and hailed as the world’s first organic, no sugar candies!

I already feel so guilty by loosening the reigns on my girls’ healthy snacks over this quarantine. So this is the perfect way to get things back on track!

Koochikoo Lollipops


A very conscientious approach was taken by Koochikoo in addressing childhood and adult obesity, diabetes and Americans overall aiming to reduce their sugar intake.

These so super delish pops are low in calories. Made from organic ingredients, and also come in four delicious flavors.


  • No sugar added
  • USDA organic
  • Gluten-free
  • Great source of fiber
  • Kosher
  • No artificial ingredients
  • no GMOs
  • Free from FDA’s top 8 allergens
  • Keto-friendly
  • 18 months shelf life
  • 0 point WeightWatchers treat
  • Unique prebiotic sweetener
  • A portion of proceeds donated to the Smile Train Charity

    Koochikoo Lollipops review


They have lollipops and also candy drops! The candy drops come in peppermint and lemon. And are both super refreshing during the summer and perfect after a meal! And they’re so delish!


These come in blueberry lemon, pomegranate blueberry, pineapple orange and fuji apple. In fact, my all-time favorite is the fuji apple!

Koochikoo Lollipops


Tapioca fiber is a prebiotic fiber that supports a healthy digestive tract. Prebiotics go undigested through the small intestine also creating food for our good bacteria. So what does this mean? Healthy and happy tummies! (There is none of that maltitol, sorbitol, xylitol that makes you look 9 months pregnant!)

With 3-5 grams of fiber in each candy, how is this not the easiest win?

 It has been suggested that prebiotic intake may:

  • Reduce the prevalence and duration of infectious and antibiotic-associated diarrhea;

  • Reduce the inflammation and symptoms associated with inflammatory bowel disease;

  • Exert protective effects to prevent colon cancer;

  • Enhance the bioavailability and uptake of minerals, including calcium, magnesium, and possibly iron;

  • Lower some risk factors for cardiovascular disease; and

  • Promote satiety and weight loss and prevent obesity.– NIH

++ It’s a no brainer. Buy on AMAZON!




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