You will have a fairly soft mixture. Pour into a freezer container, cover and chill for at least 30 minutes.
When ready to serve, microwave on low for 30 seconds, or place in bowl of warm water for a minute to soften.
The ice milk will have a lovely, crumbly, snow-like texture.
You can actually make these Keto Cantaloupe Ice Pops recipe one of two ways depending on whether you have an electric ice cream machine. This is the ice cream machine I have and I absolutely adore it.
If you do have one you can make an ice milk, which has a delightfully soft, snow-like texture. If you don't have an ice cream machine, you can simply pour the mixture into these popsicle molds and freeze the mixture for 6-8 hours. Either way, you end up with a delightfully cool summertime treat that you're sure to love.
I love these popsicle molds, although they do make very large bars. They are very easy to get a neat and clean popsicle to pop out of them without any issues.