Collagen Pumpkin Spice Freezer Bites

Posted on 16 April 2023

Collagen Pumpkin Spice Freezer Bite being held with more in a container to the right.

That sweet tooth can strike at any moment, so it's nice to have healthful treats ready and waiting!  This seasonal creation is a variation on ‘freezer fudge’. The idea is that the bites are almost solid when frozen and quickly become softer at room temperature, so you can experiment to find your desired consistency.  They also last 6-8 weeks in the freezer, so there's no rush to get them eaten before they spoil.


Silicone ice cube tray


¾ cup ground almonds (or coconut flour)

¼ cup pumpkin puree

¼ cup oatbran

2 scoops Puraz Raw Collagen powder

2 Tbsp liquid sweetener (e.g. maple syrup or rice bran syrup)

2 Tbsp coconut oil (melted)

1 heaped tbsp nut butter

½ tsp cinnamon powder

Pinch of nutmeg and cardamom

For the chocolate layer

40g dark chocolate

½ Tbsp coconut oil 


  1. Mix the dry ingredients in a bowl
  2. Add the pumpkin, nut butter and sweetener. Mix well.
  3. Once everything is combined add the 2 Tbsp melted coconut oil and mix again
  4. Using a teaspoon, place dollops of the mix into the cups of the ice tray, filling them about half way, and press so the the corners are filled
  5. Melt the chocolate and coconut oil on a low heat and pour into the top half of the partly-filled cups
  6. Place in the freezer until solid. This may take an hour.
  7. Once solid, pop the bites out of the cups and store in a sealed container in the freezer. When you are feeling snacky, take one or two out and let defrost for a few minutes, or until they are at the consistency you prefer.


We haven't stated a serving size number because this really depends on the size of your tray. In our tray, this recipe made 8 bites, so that's 2 grams of collagen per bite, not too shabby!

if your tray doesn't have a detachable solid base to keep it level in the freezer, put it on a chopping board or bread board before filling. You don't want the chocolate splashing all over the other things in your freezer. 

The type of ‘flour’ you use will greatly impact how firm these are when defrosted. Using coconut flour they will be far more solid than in the almond flour version. 

If you make these bites, pop over to Facebook or Instagram and tell us how they went!



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