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32 Keto Popsicle Recipes for Sunny Summer Days

Louise Hendon | May 29
32 Keto Popsicle Recipes for Sunny Summer Days https://ketosummit.com/keto-popsicle-recipes

Enjoying a refreshing, delicious popsicle on a hot and sunny day may be something you’ve really missed on a Keto diet.

Not anymore, because these 32 yummy popsicle recipes are all Keto-friendly – and they’ll make you love this summer even more!

Why you shouldn’t eat most store-bought popsicle on a Keto diet

First of all, they tend to contain so much sugar it’s crazy! And if you’re lucky enough to find a sugar-free popsicle, it’ll most likely contain other non-keto ingredients (like artificial sweeteners).

And if you’re trying to be dairy-free, your search will get even harder.

What makes homemade popsicles so much better?

My favorite part is that I can add all the ingredients I love – and there’s nothing artificial in them. It’s super easy to make these even for a larger crowd (or if you just want to fill up your freezer with healthy treats…)

Homemade keto popsicles are also pretty inexpensive compared to the few keto-friendly options out there. You won’t have to destroy your budget to enjoy these summer desserts!

Be warned – this list is going to create a whole new problem. Which one of these am I going to make, first? Do I stick with just one recipe, or should I make three of them..?

Sorry, I can’t help you with that! But I can tell you that these are all pretty amazing!

Check out this video to see how easy it is to make keto strawberry coconut popsicles.

Here are just a few of the Keto popsicle recipes we’ve included:

If you click or tap any of the links above, it will instantly take you to the recipe below. Or download the entire list by clicking on the green button below.

Keto Fruit Popsicles

Keto Lemon Popsicles

– Keto Summit

Keto Lemon Popsicles

Ingredients: zest of one lemon, fresh lemon juice, erythritol, water.

Just imagine how refreshing these wonderful lemon popsicles would be on a hot summer day! Just enough sweetness to satisfy, but a zesty, zingy lemon keto treat that anyone can enjoy. These are ideal for weight loss plans as they liven up your day but without any added fats, sugars or calories. There are all kinds of olds available online, or you can use clean yogurt pots instead.

Blueberry Lemonade Popsicles

– Low Carb Yum

Blueberry Lemonade Popsicles

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: lemon juice, water, blueberries, Pyure All Purpose or Swerve, water.

Have you ever looked at the ingredients on store bought popsicles? Horrifying just how much added sugar is in them. So, I like to make batches of popsicles for the summer time and for kid’s parties, as it is good to know you are feeding them healthy snacks. These are so easy to make and you can use any moulds you have to shape these low carb treats.

Cherry Limeade Pops

– Cavegirl Cuisine

Cherry Limeade Pops

Photo Credit: Michelle from Cavegirl Cuisine

Ingredients: cherries, lime juice, preferred sweetener, water.

One of the best things about making your own popsicles is that you can keep them fresh and fruity, but without adding sugar. If you can find black cherries, they go so well with the lime juice and can often be sweet enough that you won’t have to add much sweetener. There is also no reason why we adults can’t enjoy these too! If you don’t want the texture of the fruit you can blend it first before freezing.

Strawberry Cream Popsicles

– A Girl Worth Saving

Strawberry Cream Popsicles

Photo Credit: Kelly from A Girl Worth Saving

Ingredients: coconut shreds, boiling water, ground cinnamon powder, pure vanilla extract, cardamon, sea salt, strawberries.

Can you imagine handing these out at your next barbecue or family gathering and impressing everyone! They look amazing with the swirled effect of the strawberries and the coconut. If you are looking for different color combinations, you could try adding blueberries or blackberries as well. Just have fun making your own keto friendly popsicles to enjoy.

4th Of July Fat Bomb Popsicles

– The Nourished Caveman

4th Of July Fat Bomb Popsicles

Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman

Ingredients: organic blueberries, coconut cream, vanilla extract, Lakanto Sugar Substitute, organic raspberries.

Fat bomb treats can be a great way to get healthy fats into your family and the colors in these popsicles make them look so pretty and patriotic that everyone will want one! Although these low carb treats take a bit of preparation to get the layered effect, the end result is absolutely amazing and would be perfect for your 4th of July celebrations, so it’s really worth the effort.

Strawberry Low Carb Popsicles Freezer Pops

– Low Carb Yum

Strawberry Low Carb Popsicles Freezer Pops

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: low carb sweetener or other sugar substitute, strawberries, lemon juice, water.

If you have young children, it can be a bit of a challenge to find snacks that they will eat, but that won’t cause any issues with added sugars. So, in the summer when there is a great choice of soft fruit available, why not rustle up a big batch of fresh strawberry popsicles, either using popsicle moulds, or freezer pop bags, which can help with little ones as the drips run back into the bag!

Fresh Strawberry Sage Popsicles

– Wicked Stuffed

Fresh Strawberry Sage Popsicles

Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed

Ingredients: strawberries (hulled), sage leaves, water.

Never thought of herbs and fruit together? Well, now is your chance to try it! Strawberry goes really well with sage, basil and mint, giving the fruit a real flavor boost, and giving you the chance to experiment with tastes. These delicious popsicles are really low in carbs and calories and perfect for anyone who is watching their weight – you really feel you’ve had a proper treat!

Fresh Strawberry-Lime Popsicles

– Wicked Stuffed

Fresh Strawberry-Lime Popsicles

Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed

Ingredients: strawberries, lime zest, water.

Homemade popsicles can be your savior if your family suffer from food allergies, as you are in charge of the ingredients, and using a safe recipe like this one means you can rest assured that they can enjoy them without any problems. If you have health issues in the house, it is important to find a ‘treat’ that is safe, but delicious, so that no-one feels left out.

Strawberry Keto Popsicles

– Keto Diet App

Ingredients: strawberries, creamed coconut milk, coconut milk, powdered Erythritol or Swerve, sugar-free vanilla extract or vanilla powder.

If you are following the keto diet but want to stay away from too much dairy, this recipe can help, as it gives you non-dairy alternatives that will still give you a creamy strawberry popsicle. These ones are so low in carbs and have all the goodness of the fruit because you are using the pulp, not just the juice. These would be perfect for the summer, but they can be stored for months in the freezer.

Paleo Mixed Berry Coconut Creamsicles – Low Carb Popsicles

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Paleo Mixed Berry Coconut Creamsicles – Low Carb Popsicles

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: water, frozen mixed berries, lemon juice, coconut milk, vanilla extract, vanilla bean paste, erythritol.

This is another great adaptable recipe where you can use either your favorite fruit or a mixture of berries to give different flavors. These ones cost a little bit more than others because of the vanilla paste, but you can use extract instead if you need to keep the price down. These pops are low in carbs and sugars and perfect for all the family.

Roasted Strawberry Popsicles

– Clean Eating with A Dirty Mind

Roasted Strawberry Popsicles

Photo Credit: Vanessa from Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind

Ingredients: fresh strawberries, extra-virgin olive oil, fresh lemon juice, sea salt, water.

If you have kids you probably have experience of making homemade popsicles, and nowadays we have access to all the molds and sticks you could ever need. So I would like you to consider making these again, but not just for the youngsters! Using fresh fruit in a popsicle gives a much more natural taste and sweetness and they are so easy to make that this could be your go-to dairy free snack right through the summer!

Sugar-Free Berry Popsicles (Contains Dairy)

– Ditch the Carbs

Sugar-Free Berry Popsicles (Contains Dairy)

Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs

Ingredients: coconut cream full fat, natural yogurt unsweetened, granulated sweetener of choice, frozen berries, berry essence.

During the warmer weather when we can get a ton of fresh berries, it is often tempting to buy a load and freeze them, but what to do with them after? Here is a really helpful sugar free recipe that will make use of that fruit very easily. It doesn’t matter what fruit you have, because this recipe works with them all! I sometimes find you don’t need the fruit essence, but it does give the flavor a big boost.

Keto Popsicles with Coconut Milk

– Ketogasm

Keto Popsicles with Coconut Milk

Photo Credit: Tasha from Ketogasm

Ingredients: coconut milk, blueberries, lime juice, mint leaves.

The first thing you will notice about these amazing popsicles is the beautiful marbling of the cream and fruit mixture! These definitely do not look like homemade treats! These dessert treats are low in carbs, but look and taste so luxurious that they would be a lovely idea for a party, for adults or children. Raspberries also work well in this recipe, and for added freshness I like to toss in some cranberries too.

Cherry Bomb Zipzicles

– Cavegirl Cuisine

Cherry Bomb Zipzicles

Photo Credit: Michelle from Cavegirl Cuisine

Ingredients: sweet cherries, mint leaves, banana (omit), lime juice, sunflower seeds, unsweetened almond milk, water.

This lovely recipe is totally sugar free and doesn’t involve any artificial sweeteners either, as it takes the natural sweetness from the fruit. This is another adaptable recipe which lets you change the ingredients – don’t want to use seeds? Miss them out or add your favorites. Don’t like cherry? Try using blueberries or blackberries instead. The choice is yours for these low carb delights.

Keto Popsicles| Blueberry Lemon Cheesecake! (Contains Dairy)

– Keto Connect

Ingredients: cream cheese, heavy whipping cream, sour cream, swerve confectioner, blueberries, vanilla extract, liquid stevia, lemon zest, lemon juice.

When you have to follow an eating plan for a reason, it’s really easy to be put off because you feel like you’re missing out. So that’s where clever recipes like this come in handy – cheesecake popsicles! These are creamy, sweet and tangy and will leave you feeling you actually ate cheesecake! The popsicles are low in carbs and would make a lovely dessert, but they do use a lot of dairy, so maybe best to use them as a special treat!

Creamy Strawberry-Mint Pops

– Rubies & Radishes

Ingredients: fresh strawberries, coconut milk, fresh lime juice, sea salt, fresh mint.

Here is another great recipe for a fresh and zingy popsicle that will really refresh you! The mint gives a summer friendly coolness and the lime gives a citrus kick to make these super tasty. If you can find the sweetest strawberries, you might not need to add the honey, and if you are like me and don’t much like mint, just leave it out or add a little fresh basil for a new slant on a paleo treat.

Coconut Strawberry Popsicle

– Maria Mind Body Health

Ingredients: coconut milk or unsweetened almond milk, strawberries, swerve (or a few drops of stevia).

With only three ingredients, these are not only healthy but cheap to make and super simple! The coconut milk adds just the right amount of creaminess to the texture to make them indulgent, but if you or your family has an issue with coconut, you can substitute any other dairy free milk like almond or oat milk and get much the same result. These lovely popsicles are dairy and gluten free and suitable for vegetarians.

Low-Carb Frozen Strawberry Whipped Cream Popsicles (Contains Dairy)

– Kudos Kitchen by Renee

Ingredients: heavy cream, fresh strawberries, pure almond extract, Swerve sweetener, fresh lime juice.

This has got to be my favorite popsicle recipe ever since I started eating keto! It is easy to make and a great way to use up berries that are starting to go a bit soft, but the creamy texture punctuated with actual fruit pieces is something really special. Of course, if you prefer a smooth texture, you can blend the ingredients first. Either way, these make a fantastic cooling treat for a warm day.

Other Keto Popsicles

Keto Coffee Popsicles

– Keto Summit

Keto Coffee Popsicles

Ingredients: black coffee, coconut milk (from cans), erythritol.

Now every one of us has tried a fruity popsicle, right? But have you tried a chilled coffee drink? If you like iced coffee, you are going to fall in love with these keto coffee popsicles! You can use coconut milk or other dairy free versions, and you can make them as strong as you like, depending on your taste. These popsicles are low in sugar and carbs and make a lovely light dessert after dinner.

Creamy Keto Turmeric Popsicles [Dairy-Free]

– Keto Summit

Creamy Keto Turmeric Popsicles

Ingredients: coconut milk (from a can of coconut milk), turmeric powder, ground ginger, black pepper, stevia or erythritol.

Turmeric is a special ingredient in these popsicles as it has antioxidants, anti inflammatory properties and is good for lowering blood sugar, so these popsicles are diabetic friendly too! They have a wonderfully gentle spiced flavor and are really creamy, despite being dairy free. If you don’t have molds, simply use paper cups! Just cover them with foil once they are filled and push the stick through, and that will keep the stick straight.

Coconut Popsicle

– The Coconut Mama

Coconut Popsicle

Photo Credit: Tiffany from The Coconut Mama

Ingredients: full fat coconut milk, liquid stevia, vanilla extract, unsweetened shredded coconut.

If you love ice cream but can’t tolerate dairy any more (like so many of us), then let these creamy, dairy free popsicles come to the rescue! They are smooth and delicious as they are, but you can also add shredded coconut for added texture, or toss in some mixed fruit to give a variation on flavor. If you don’t have molds, you can use ice cube trays and cocktail sticks for mini versions.

Golden Milk Popsicles

– My Heart Beets

Golden Milk Popsicles

Photo Credit: Ashley from My Heart Beets

Ingredients: almond milk, ground turmeric, ground cardamom, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, black pepper, almond flour, sweetener of choice.

If you are a bit doubtful about trying turmeric, then these golden milk keto popsicles are a great introduction. They are easy to eat and you can start off with less turmeric until you get used to the flavor. These are great for sore throats and colds, but please remember that turmeric stains! If you are giving these to a child, make sure their clothes are well-protected.

Dairy Free Fudgy Popsicles

– Ditch the Wheat

Dairy Free Fudgy Popsicles

Photo Credit: Carol from Ditch The Wheat

Ingredients: avocado, unsweetened cocoa, preferred sweetener.

With only three ingredients, these lovely snacks are easy to make, yet are full of goodness. You can adjust the cocoa to suit your own taste and you can also reduce the sweetener if you don’t like these too sweet. Avocado-based popsicles are a great way to encourage kids to eat healthier snacks, and these are perfect for anyone with dairy intolerances.

Sugar Free Mocha Popsicles (Contains Dairy)

– Ditch the Carbs

Sugar Free Mocha Popsicles (Contains Dairy)

Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs

Ingredients: coconut cream full fat, natural yogurt unsweetened, granulated sweetener of choice, strong coffee, cocoa powder unsweetened, vanilla.

If you like popsicles but are getting too used to the regular fruity ones, here is your chance to try the combination of coffee and chocolate in a popsicle to liven up your taste buds and give you a chilly treat for a warm day! These sugar free treats do contain dairy, but it really helps with the rich and creamy texture. The chocolate topping is optional, but for special days, why not?

Paleo Almond Joy Fudgesicles

– Beauty and the Foodie

Paleo Almond Joy Fudgesicles

Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie

Ingredients: coconut milk, almond milk, coconut butter, cocoa or cacao powder, coconut flakes, chocolate chips (omit), almond extract or coconut extract, erythritol.

With all the flavors of chocolate, coconut and almond, these paleo treats have a fudgy taste and texture and can be adapted to suit different eating plans by using the options on the sweetening agents. These are low in carbs and calories but full of flavor, and can be served as a delicious treat or a light and refreshing dessert after dinner.

Avocado Popsicle with Coconut Milk & Lime

– Ketogasm

Avocado Popsicle with Coconut Milk & Lime

Photo Credit: Tasha from Ketogasm

Ingredients: avocados, coconut milk, erythritol Granular Swerve sweetener, lime juice.

Avocado is the best ingredient to use for popsicles as it gives them a real ice cream texture and of course they give that great color! The flavors of coconut and lime give these keto popsicles a tropical twist which would go down well in the warm weather, so it is a good idea to invest in some popsicle molds so you can make homemade popsicles for the family. You can even freeze this mix in a container to serve as ice cream instead!

Pumpkin Pie Push Pops

– Maria Mind Body Health

Ingredients: coconut milk, Swerve, pumpkin pie spice, pure vanilla extract, unsweetened cashew milk.

We all know the benefits you get from fat bombs on the keto diet; a healthy burst of energy when you need a bit of a boost in the afternoon. So here is a clever popsicle version that does the same thing, but is also a great way to get the kids to eat healthy snacks. These have all the flavor of pumpkin pie, but with a bit of added luxury from the vanilla.

3-Ingredient Keto Raspberry Lemon Popsicles

– All The Nourishing Things

Ingredients: lemon juice, water, stevia, raspberries.

The trick to getting these keto raspberry popsicles to turn out perfect is to keep tasting the liquid until you are happy. Everyone’s idea of sweetness is different, so just experiment till you get it the way you want it. With only three ingredients, these are really cheap treats to make – great for larger families or those of us on a tighter budget, who still want to eat healthier food!

Keto Lime Popsicles

– Fit Mom Journey

Ingredients: full-fat coconut milk, macadamia nut milk (unsweetened), lime juice, vanilla extract, sea salt, Lakanto Confectioners Sweetener.

I absolutely love lime at any time of year, but when it comes to summer, the flavor of these zingy popsicles is so refreshing, I am sure they will be your go-to favorites too! This is a clever recipe as it lists all kinds of alternatives for different eating plans and issues, but just try it and I am sure you will love the indulgent creamy texture with that fresh lime hit!

Low Carb Popsicles With Lemon & Buttermilk (Contains Dairy)

– Low Carb Maven

Ingredients: buttermilk, heavy cream, almond milk, erythritol, stevia glycerite, lemon juice, lemon zest, salt.

During the holidays it can be hard to keep the kids going with healthy snacks, especially in the warmer summer weather, so that’s where great popsicle recipes come in! These ones are low in both carbs and calories, but pack a real hit of flavor from the lemon. Popsicle molds don’t have to be expensive – keep your eyes on cheap stores and online for really good bargains! Great if you’ve got kids!

Keto Tiramisu Popsicles

– Keto Diet App

Ingredients: creamed coconut milk, coconut milk, strong brewed coffee, Erythritol or Swerve, liquid Stevia extract (clear or chocolate), rum extract (omit).

Now I’ve heard everything! Tiramisu in a popsicle! Whoever said that we can’t indulge on the keto diet? These have the taste of traditional tiramisu, but with a keto twist so we can all enjoy them. If you don’t like the flavor of the rum, then just miss out the extract, but it will affect the overall result. These make a delicious dessert to serve to friends after your next dinner party.

Low Carb Coconut Ice Cream Popsicles

– Low Carb Alpha

Ingredients: coconut cream, coconut oil, organic Ceylon cinnamon, vanilla bean paste, liquid stevia.

Push up popsicles are a fantastic idea for any family with kids as they are so easy to eat and cut down on the mess. The molds are available online quite cheaply, so it might be worth investing in the silicone ones which can be used over again. This recipe gives you a lovely creamy ice cream popsicle with the traditional flavor of vanilla that the whole family can enjoy!

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Louise Hendon

Louise holds a Bachelors and Masters in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University (UK). She attended Columbia University for her JD and practiced law at Debevoise & Plimpton before co-founding Louise's Foods, Paleo Living Magazine, Nourishing Brands, & CoBionic. Louise has considerable research experience but enjoys creating products and articles that help move people just a little bit closer toward a healthy life they love. You can find her on Facebook or LinkedIn.