Keto Mojito Popsicles

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

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Servings 8 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
  • Serve
Prep Time 10 mins
Freeze Time 3 hours
Cook Time 30 mins
Total Time 3 hrs 40 mins
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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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46 responses to “Keto Mojito Popsicles”

  1. Hello Elena
    Your recipes is really good and I really like it. Please can you make gluten free mint and chocolate chips ice cream popsicles.

  2. I made your Mojito popscicles and I used 2 Tbs of maple syrup instead of the stevia (my stomach does not like stevia) well they were’nt sweet enough for my husband but I thought they were tangy and tasty!
    I was really hot and thirsty and I thought, “what if I put that lovely Mojito popscicle into my carbonated water?!”
    WOW!! I love it and the popscicles look so cute floating around in my glass!!! :)

  3. Made these a couple of times…they are delicious! But the lime juice seems to concentrate on the bottom instead of dispersing evenly throughout. Tried freezing to a slush then stirring but nothing seems to work. Any thoughts?

    • Hi Christina, we love these popsciles and haven’t encountered this issue. If you find a solution though, we’d love to know about it :-)

  4. I am so glad I found this site…I have PCOS, and my doctor has put me on a grain and (mostly) dairy free diet. It feels like somewhere between Paleo and Low carb…you have such wonderful recipes here that I can choose from without deviating from this diet. I am so glad because I love bread and have such a sweet tooth :).

    Bless you!

  5. I’m really looking forward to trying these Mojito Popscicles, we loved the Fudgescicles recipe, too!!!
    Thank you, Elana :D

  6. I just wanted to tell you how much I love your recipes. You have helped me tremendously in dealing with CFS, Fibromyalgia and Candida. You are amazing!!! Thank you for all you do!

    • Hi Wren, if you click on the green words in the ingredients portion of the recipe you will get all of that info :-)

  7. For the sugar fans, I use simple syrup in my liquid mojitos, and I’m sure it would work well for this recipe. Equal parts sugar and water, heated til dissolved or farther to a syrup consistency, and cooled. I’m not a personal fan of using anything that isn’t clear in a mojito – it visually tarnishes the look and I’m sure it’s all in my mind that it also affects the taste! I even prefer white cane sugar over raw or other alternative preparations of sugar.

    Sad,. but true for me!

    I will be trying these popsicles this weekend!!

  8. You could use a natural rum extract so that it would freeze. I think I would start with a half-teaspoon because you are only dealing with 2 1/2 cups of fluid.

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