The best sugar free popsicle recipes! You want them and I’ve got them. Beat the heat with these easy cool treats. The best sugar-free and low carb ice pop recipes the internet has to offer.
I don’t know about you but I am craving something icy cold and delicious. It’s seriously hot out there and it’s only going to get hotter over the next few months. So the time is right for all the best low carb and keto popsicle recipes.
I seem to come up with several new and delicious keto ice pops every year. So I have updated this post to include some of my newer popsicle recipes, because as far as I am concerned, you can never have too many.
When we moved to the Pacific Northwest, people assured us that summer didn’t really start until July, that it stayed cool throughout the spring. They advised us not to bother with air-conditioning because it rarely hit the 90’s in Portland.
Thank goodness we didn’t listen! It’s been hot and sunny since the middle of May and it’s often well into the 90’s. Rain has been scarce and so far we are going on almost 2 weeks without a drop. And no rain in the forecast either. It’s actually a little concerning, to say the least.
We need all the cool, delicious low carb treats we can get right now and I’ve been in a bit of a popsicle frenzy. Anything I can blend up and pour into my molds has been victim to my desire for cold sweetness. The kids are loving it, of course!
If you don’t have a popsicle mold, I urge you to go get one ASAP. It’s an easy treat to make low carb and keto, and you really can’t beat them during a heat wave. This is my favorite popsicle mold – I love the old-fashioned look of it (affiliate link).
Why you should make your own sugar free popsicles
Oh so many reasons!
It’s easy! It’s honestly ridiculously easy. Far easier than most keto dessert recipes. Just whip up your mixture, pour it into the molds and a few hours later, they are ready to enjoy.
They’re inexpensive. A good popsicle mold, like the one I linked above, will cost only about $15. The wooden popsicle sticks, which I always recommend as they stick in the pops better, will cost about $5 for several hundred.
You control the ingredients. This way, you know exactly what is going into your ice pops. The only sugar free popsicles that you can buy in a store are full of junk with no redeeming nutritional value. Artificial sweeteners, maltodextrin, and other scary additives.
Making your own at home means you know exactly what’s going into it. Healthy popsicles recipes make a great keto snack for kids and adults.
Dairy-Free options: They are also easy to make dairy-free, so if you’re lactose intolerant or just trying to cut back on dairy, it’s an easy substitution.
Keto ice cream bars! If you don’t have an ice cream maker, you can pour any ice cream mixture into a popsicle mold instead.
Have I convinced you yet? Well maybe these wonderful recipes will!
Low Carb Popsicle Recipes
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