Keto Lime Creamsicles

Made with 5 ingredients, Keto Lime Popsicles hit the spot when the heat is on! It’s been pretty toasty here in Boulder, Colorado, so cool, quick, and easy is at the top of the menu. All you need to make these Keto popsicles is coconut milk, avocado, lime juice, stevia, and vanilla powder. This sugar-free popsicle recipe has a rich creamy flavor that will knock your socks off!

This is the rare Keto-Vegan recipe, which is perfect for people on a high-fat low-carb (HFLC) diet, as well as those that don’t eat food made of, or by animals.

Making Keto Popsicles

Because Keto Lime Popsicles are made almost entirely of fat, the batter may be very thick. Don’t worry, this is completely normal and to be expected. If needed, use a spoon to help while you’re pouring the batter into the popsicle mold.

Keto Lime Creamsicles

I use stevia in this recipe so these sugar-free popsicles are not super sweet. If you’re not on a Keto Diet, or if you are and have a couple of carbs to spare, blend one tablespoon of maple syrup into the popsicle batter. You’ll be adding about 2 grams of carbohydrates per popsicle if you do. I serve the sweetened version to my family and save the popsicles that are purely stevia sweetened for myself.

Keto Lime Creamsicles

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Servings 6 popsicles



  • In a vitamix combine coconut milk, avocado, lime juice, stevia, and vanilla
  • Blend until smooth
  • Transfer mixture to a popsicle mold
  • Insert popsicle sticks
  • Freeze 4 hours
  • Serve
Prep Time 10 mins
Freeze Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hrs 10 mins
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Keto Diet Resources

The Ketogenic Diet is a diet that is high in fat and low in carbohydrates. It is commonly used in a clinical setting to treat neurological diseases such as drug-refractory epilepsy. For more information on the Keto Diet see my Keto Diet Recipes page.

You can eat quite a bit of junk food and artificial sweetener on the Keto Diet, but that’s not the way I follow it. In this recipe I use some of the healthiest fats around. Coconut milk contains medium chain triglycerides (MCT’s), and avocados are full of lecithin, a fantastic source of phosphatidylcholine. Lecithin is rich in phospholipids, a type of fat that helps other fats cross the barrier of the cell membrane in order to get into the cell. Phospholipids are essential to the body in the breakdown and assimilation of fat, and a key component in following a healthy Keto Diet.

Vegan Keto Recipes

Here are some of my other Vegan Keto Recipes for you!

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28 responses to “Keto Lime Creamsicles”

  1. I love your site and your recipes! I like to organize my recipes in a recipe organizer program on my computer. It would really be useful if you could also state the prep and cook time for your recipes! Thanks for all the delicious healthiness you give to people!

  2. If i dont have popsicle molds, would this be okay in a large container as an almost ice cream substitute?? Thanks!

  3. So, wait what’s the macro nutrients ratio for these delicious things? They sound amazing, I can’t wait to make them for myself and family back at home. Thank you so much!

  4. Wonderful flavor and such a nice break from chocolate popcicles on keto diet. I love them! And yes, you can use vanilla extract instead of vanilla powder without problems. Thanks again Elana for making another fabulous healthy treat!

  5. Elana, these look great! Are vanilla powder and extract interchangeable? I don’t have the powder and would love to try making these before the powder would get to me :-) Thanks for all the wonderful recipes!

    • Laura, thanks for your comment! I haven’t tried making these with vanilla extract so not sure if that would work :-)

  6. E.
    You may have outdone yourself on this one. Looks amazing and just what I’ve been looking for…thank you for posting. Your contributions to living healthy are incredible.
    Thank you for all that you do!

  7. Hello! Is vanilla powder a variation of vanilla extract? Could vanilla extract be subbed if I don’t have the powder?? These look luscious and we just bought popsicle molds so I will be making these soon:) Thanks for the recipe Elana!!

    • Sarah, thanks for your comment! If you click the green text that says “vanilla powder” in the ingredients portion of the recipe you will be taken to a page that describes exactly what it is :-)

  8. OMG! These sound delish!!!!!
    If I wasn’t going out of town, I’d hava batch in the freezer….lol
    Thank you. N

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