When the thought of popsicles pops into your mind do you think of frozen sugary goodness dripping all over your hands on a hot summer day? I do.
That’s why the term “Keto Popsicles Recipes ” may seem like an oxymoron.
It doesn’t have to be. My Keto Popsicles Recipes are sugar-free, low-carb, and healthy.
While these Easy Keto Popsicle Recipes will cool you off in the heat of summer, they’re so good we eat them all year round.
Whether you’re a fan of chocolate popsicles like Fudgsicles or popsicles with real fruit like Lime Popsicles, I’ve got you covered.
If you’re wondering how to make Keto Popsicles it’s a piece of Keto Cake. Do you like your popsicles homemade? I do too. There’s nothing better!
There are only a couple of tools you’ll need to make popsicles and then you’ll be able to make them again and again.
Your biggest problem will be keeping your supply of low carb popsicles up with family demand.
Here are my favorite tools for making popsicles.
As with every recipe you make, the first step is to set out your ingredients, and then measure them. After that, you’ll want to pop them in a blender.
I have my favorite blender that I’ve used since Baby Pantry was born and that was in the year 2000. It’s a keeper.
Although I haven’t tried it, I’d bet that a regular blender would work for pulverizing your popsicle batter until it’s very smooth and creamy.
After you make your mixture, you’ll pour it into the popsicle mold.
My favorite popsicle mold works super well and creates popsicles that look absolutely perfect, like the ones we used to get at the pool each summer.
If you want to make popsicles without a popsicle mold an ice cube tray is a good fallback.
I’ve also heard that you can use mini-muffin tins with paper liners and popsicle sticks but I haven’t tried that myself. Apparently, paper cups work well too.
After you pour the popsicle mixture into the mold, let it chill and firm up for a bit and then add the popsicle sticks.
They work for all of my incredible Keto Popsicle Recipes. After that, all you have to do is wait a couple of hours, and violá homemade Keto Popsicles at the ready.
So, now onto the assortment of Keto Popsicles Recipes I have for you. If you’re in search of keto fruit popsicles recipes, look no further.
In fact, I just took a break from writing to throw a batch of our beloved Creamsicles in the freezer.
But there’s so much more than fruit popsicle recipes here. Our other favorite is my Keto Fudgsicles recipe.
My 3-ingredient Keto Mojito Popsicles are a great treat for a hot summer day.
This is a fantastic sugar-free popsicle recipe. All you need to make it is lime juice, mint, and stevia. Yup, this easy popsicle recipe has only three ingredients.
If you’re looking for a refreshing drink to make instead of popsicles, try my fan favorite Keto Margarita recipe.
My low-carb Popsicles in Red White and Blue are the perfect keto July 4th dessert.
These patriotic pops have three delicious layers of healthy goodness.
The first is blueberry, the second is your classic low-carb, high-fat coconut, and the third is strawberry.
They look stunning but are pretty easy to make. My boys LOVED them growing up and now that they’re in their 20s, still devour them just as enthusiastically.
Is it ok that I call these Keto Creamsicles dreamsicles?
I feel compelled to do so because they’re so creamy, dreamy, and easy to make.
This low-carb orange creamsicles recipe has a secret ingredient that adds to the delightfully creamy flavor, and also boosts brain-health to make you smarter, so check it out!
If you love the flavor of Creamsicles you’re going to fall in love with my Creamsicle Ice Cream.
Creamsicles with Lime are one of my favorite coconut keto popsicle recipes. Made with a coconut milk-avocado base and fresh lime juice, they are simple and incredibly delicious.
These no sugar added Fudgsicles are an amazingly healthy chocolate popsicle recipe. My boys LOVE them.
You’ll also want to take a look at my 2-Ingredient Chocolate Sorbet which is my Mother-In-Law’s favorite.
As an aside, my MIL is the reason I’m the cook that I am today.
She’s incredible in the kitchen and raised Mr. Pantry on healthy, tasty food.
So when he and I got together, I had to meet the high standards that he brought to our literal table.
If you’re in love with my Keto Fudgsicles recipe you’re going to want more dark chocolate keto recipes like:
Finally, if you’re not in the mood to bake, check out the Best Low-Carb Chocolate Bars.
I keep a bar of Theo 85% organic dark chocolate on hand for a quick fix.
So, moving right along from chocolate, back to popsicles, if you’re wondering, are popsicles gluten free? I can tell you that all of my popsicle recipes are gluten free.
I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 1998 and tried a gluten-free diet.
What’s your favorite Keto Popsicle recipe? Is there one that you make again and again? That you always have on repeat?
Or is there something you’re craving that you didn’t find here? Leave a comment and let me know what you’re looking for.
This post is an oldie but goodie from the archives. I first shared these Easy Keto Popsicles Recipes in 2020.