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The whole family will love these easy keto popsicles with raspberries and white chocolate – I tested them on my kids and several of their friends to be sure! Obviously, these low carb, keto friendly popsicles are going to go over well… how could they not? We’ve got white chocolate base, dotted with raspberries and frozen into a creamy, dreamy dessert. And, even better, these low carb popsicles take just 10 minutes to make, plus some freezing time. Grab the 5 ingredients you need and I’ll show you how to make keto popsicles.
“Can I have popsicles on keto?” This is a common question that we’ll cover below. (Hint: there’s a recipe for the best low carb popsicles below!) along with how to make them, and what sweetener options will work.
I’ve made fruity sugar-free popsicles with coconut cream before, but this time I wanted a more creamy white chocolate flavor. (My other ones were blueberry lemon flavored, and the cream was mixed with the fruit, making for a fruity popsicle instead of a creamy one.)
And what’s the easiest way to make white chocolate popsicles low carb? Use keto white chocolate!
And while there is a way to make homemade keto white chocolate, let’s be honest – it’s a hassle. And while it’s good, I actually like the ChocZero Sugar-Free White Chocolate Chips used in this keto popsicle recipe so much better. It’s hard to beat professionally made chocolate. 😉
ChocZero Sugar-Free White Chocolate Chips are the perfect keto white chocolate – they are low carb, sweetened with monk fruit, non-gmo, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free (read why soy is bad here), and use only natural ingredients.
And most importantly, they taste awesome! I’ll be creating more recipes with them in the coming months.
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How To Make Keto Popsicles
These low carb chocolate popsicles take just 10 minutes to make, plus freezing time. Here’s how:
- Melt white chocolate. Place the ChocZero Sugar-Free White Chocolate Chips into a double boiler on the stove. Heat occasionally, until melted.
TIP: To make a double boiler, fill a small saucepan with water and place a glass bowl on top, then bring the water to a simmer over medium-low heat. I love the small saucepan from this set and these glass bowls, because the bowls nest perfectly inside the pan. If you have different pans, I still recommend the set of bowls, because they have virtually every size to nest into almost any pan you have.
- Make keto friendly popsicles base. Whisk in the coconut cream, Besti Powdered Allulose, and sea salt until dissolved. You can heat in the double boiler if it’s not dissolving. Remove from heat, then stir in the vanilla.
- Fill popsicle molds. Place 3 raspberries in 6 large popsicle molds, filling them halfway.
TIP: I love these reusable popsicle molds – pictured below.
Add more raspberries, then fill the rest of the way with white chocolate mixture.
- Freeze. Place popsicle sticks into the molds, or the covers with sticks if your molds have those. Freeze until solid.
- Release. To release popsicles from the molds, run the mold under warm water for about 20 seconds.
Keto Friendly Popsicles FAQs
Are popsicles keto friendly?
Most popsicles are not going to be keto-friendly, most versions are loaded with sugar and carbs. Which is precisely why we needed these easy keto popsicles!
Each one of these low carb white chocolate popsicles has just 4.9 grams net carbs.
Can I use a different sweetener?
Yes, you can. You’ll need to use a powdered sweetener, so that it dissolves into the low carb chocolate popsicles smoothly and you don’t end up with a grainy texture.
Or check out my keto sweetener guide to use whatever you have – as long as it’s powdered.
Is there an alternative to coconut cream?
Yes. If you can have dairy, heavy cream is a fine replacement.
Low Carb Popsicles Storage Instructions
Can you make keto friendly popsicles ahead?
Yes! And you need to make it ahead so that the keto frozen popsicles have time to properly chill and solidly freeze.
How to store homemade low carb popsicles
Store these low carb chocolate popsicles in the freezer for 1-2 months… if they’ll last that long!
More Keto Recipes Using Sugar-Free Chocolate Chips
- Keto Chocolate Mousse – This creamy mousse is rich and decadent, but sugar-free.
- Flourless Chocolate Cookies – That’s right, you need no flour at all for these cookies… not even low carb flours.
- Keto Almond Milk Ice Cream – Tastes just like regular cookie dough ice cream, but it’s dairy-free and sugar-free!
- Keto Lava Cake – The fastest way to quell any chocolate craving! Tastes like a cross between nutella and a keto molten lava cake.
- Keto Chocolate Chip Cookies – Find out why people say this is the best chocolate chip cookie recipe! 😉
Raspberry White Chocolate Keto Popsicles Recipe
Raspberry white chocolate keto popsicles need just 5 ingredients + 10 minutes prep! These low carb keto friendly popsicles are sweet, creamy and only 3.7g net carbs each.
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Place chocolate chips into a double boiler on the stove. Heat, stirring occasionally, until melted.
Whisk in the coconut cream, powdered allulose, and sea salt, until dissolved. You can heat in the double boiler at low heat if it’s not dissolving. Remove from heat, then stir in the vanilla.
Place 3 raspberries in 6 large popsicle molds. Pour the white chocolate cream mixture into the molds, filling them halfway. Add 3 more raspberries, then fill the rest of the way with white chocolate mixture. Place a popsicle stick into each mold.
Freeze for at least 4 hours, until solid.
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Serving size: 1 popsicle
Nutrition Information Per Serving
Where does nutrition info come from? Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy, sourced from the USDA Food Database. You can find individual ingredient carb counts we use in the Low Carb & Keto Food List. Net carb count excludes fiber, erythritol, and allulose, because these do not affect blood sugar in most people. (Learn about net carbs here.) We try to be accurate, but feel free to make your own calculations.
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