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
- 1 can full fat coconut milk
- ½ cup mashed avocado
- ½ cup lime juice, freshly squeezed
- ¼ teaspoon vanilla stevia
- ⅛ teaspoon vanilla powder
- 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
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.
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Have a lovely day!
I have a bunch of Meyer lemons I need to use up. If I subbed lemon for lime would the avocado overpower the flavor? What does the avocado add to the mix? Do you have any keto lemon curd ideas? Thanks!
Barbara, I haven’t tried that so not sure :-)
I am so happy you use stevia in your recipes. Erythritol makes me vety sick with serious digestive issues. Companies apparently no longer are legally required to have a disclaimer on the label and now things I used to love are no longer available without erythritol added. I guess it must be less expensive for all the companies now and I wonder how many people think they have IBS as a result?
Kathleen, right there with you. We have a silent digestive epidemic of people who do not realize they are eating (and getting sick from) this sweetener.