I’ve been whipping up my sugar-free Keto Mojito Popsicles for the boys all summer. This 4-ingredient popsicle recipe is a breeze to make. All you need is lime juice, mint leaves, stevia, and water. If you’re not a fan of stevia this Mojito Popsicle recipe will likely work with a tablespoon or two of maple syrup or honey.
Sugar-Free Popsicle Recipe
I haven’t tried making this sugar-free popsicle recipe with those types of unrefined sweeteners because I’ve been following a Keto Diet since 2014. Have you seen my Keto Diet Recipes page? It’s full of keto dinners, snacks, drinks, and best of all, keto desserts!
Keto Popsicle Recipe Sweetened with Stevia
I use stevia to sweeten my keto dessert recipes. Sometimes though stevia doesn’t taste quite right in a recipe. That’s not the case here. My testers, the boys and their friends, ate batch after batch of these sugar-free popsicles and had no idea they were eating a keto snack. In fact, when I took the photo above, they kept asking if I was done yet so that they could have more Mojito Popsicles.
Keto Mojito Popsicles
- 2 cups water
- ½ cup lime juice
- ¼ teaspoon stevia
- 20 mint leaves, cut into ribbons
- In a one quart mason jar stir together water, lime juice, and stevia
- Pour mixture into popsicle molds
- Add mint ribbons to each popsicle
- Set timer for 30 minutes
- Place popsicle sticks into semi-frozen popsicles
- Freeze for 3 hours
Keto Mojito Popsicles Recipe Spiked with Rum
Some of you may be wondering about adding rum to this sugar-free Mojito Popsicle recipe. That sounds mighty good to me. However, I haven’t had a drink for more than a decade, since part of my treatment for multiple sclerosis is focusing on nutrient-dense foods. Because of this, I’m not sure how much to add to the recipe, and also unsure if it would freeze well. If you do spike your Keto Mojito Popsicles with rum, please leave a comment to let us know how they turn out!
More Keto Recipes
Here are some of my other keto dessert recipes for you! If it’s hot outside and you don’t want to turn on your oven, try my Chocolate Chia Pudding and Keto Mint Chip Fat Bombs!
This post is an oldie but goodie from the archives. I first published this recipe in 2016.
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Joanna S. says
Mojitos sound like a great, cold treat but I can’t have lime or any citrus- would pineapple or cranberry juice be good substitutes?
Joanna, I haven’t tried that so not sure :-)
Has anyone tried this with a very clean and authentic tequila (which is keto, according to Robb Wolf) instead of rum?
Susan, that would be fun to know!
I think that they would be fun to try, top tip dipped in salt, of course!
Susan, that sounds perfect for Mr. Pantry!!!
That’s good news! Thanks
I added 3/4 cup of Rum and used 1/4 peppermint extract to replace the mint leaves since I didn’t have any on hand. I also just added two packets of stevia extract. It is yummy in a glass, I can’t wait to try them frozen! Thank you!
Sarah, holy yum! That sounds amazing :-)
These are delicious. Thank you for sharing. I made them with honey as we don’t like stevia. Perfect treat for summer.
Sandi, thanks for letting me know these are the perfect treat for summer!
Love this! Makes keto so much fun! Summer needs recipes like this.
Never heard of this ketogenic & sugar free popsicles. A great option for taste & happy.
noa lev says
the mint ribbons stay in the mold? it didnt bother the children? not sure mine will eat it noa
Noa, my boys love the mint ribbons :-)
Keto is usually rather high fat. I don’t see any here.
Susan, thanks for your feedback! This is in fact a perfect treat for a Keto Diet :-)
I sooooooo enjoy all you do!! I too am health challenged, so many of your recipes are perfect for me. I am on a limited budget as a almost 78 year old, and would appreciate a heads up as to which of your recipe books would be a variety of dishes, including these wonderful pops!!!!
Sharron, thanks for your sweet comment and so nice to meet you here! I would recommend this book:
But the popsicles aren’t in it, right now they are exclusively on the website :-)
How do you store these popsicles? Just made my first batch. And how do you get the mint to disperse through the mixture? Mine all floated to the top, now the bottom. But they are delicious! Thanks for all your great recipes!
Gail, thanks for your comment! I pop them out of the molds, wrap them in parchment paper and place them in a Pyrex dish in the freezer :-)