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When the heat hits, all I want is cold and refreshing lemon popsicles! This sugar-free popsicles recipe is SO good and takes just 5 minutes and 4 ingredients. They satisfy those cold and fruity cravings in the best way – and they are healthy and low carb to boot! I’m pretty sure you’re going to love them.
I’m not usually one to buy pre-packaged and processed food and snacks. Most of the time, they are filled with additives, preservatives, and added sugar. (Cough, cough… those neon popsicles!) These are definitely things I try to avoid, and when sugar free fruit popsicle recipes are so easy to make, it’s an easy swap.
Keep my lemon blueberry popsicle recipe in your freezer at all times – then they are ready to go, whenever a dessert craving strikes. They’ll be waiting for you! I like to always have a stash in the freezer.
Many fruit popsicles recipes are sweetened with sugar or juice, but not these! My homemade sugar free popsicle recipe is made with fresh berries, lemon juice, and coconut cream, with some (natural!) erythritol to sweeten it up. The combination is both sweet and tart, and very refreshing.
Perfect for summer afternoons or evenings.
Up until this point, my favorite homemade ice cream recipe has been vanilla low carb keto ice cream. The only downside is, my dairy-free readers can’t enjoy it.
And even though my family is not dairy free, we probably consume more dairy than we could or should be. Finding dairy free alternatives for foods like ice cream – that actually taste good – is always a plus! I already use coconut milk and coconut cream in paleo recipes regularly, so a dairy-free dessert made with coconut cream fits right in.
Enter these dairy-free low carb popsicles. Not only are they low carb, sugar-free, and dairy-free, but they are also gluten-free and nut-free, as well. Meaning just about everyone can enjoy them. I can’t wait for you to try them out.
How To Make Sugar-free Popsicles
These lemon popsicles with blueberries are probably one of the easiest sugar-free desserts you can make. It takes just a few minutes, a blender and a freezer.
- Simply whirl some blueberries, lemon juice, coconut cream, and powdered erythritol together in a blender until smooth.
Try not to sample TOO much of this tasty mixture, ha! It’s pretty tempting, but it gets even better once it’s in popsicle form. 😉
TIP #1: Make sure to use powdered sweetener for the smoothest texture in your popsicles.
TIP #2: You an start with less sweetener and adjust to taste. The amount you need can vary depending on your taste buds and how sweet your blueberries are!
- Pour into popsicle molds, and freeze. That’s it, I told you it was easy.
They do take a little planning ahead, as they’ll need about four hours to freeze, but that’s the most intensive aspect of this sugar-free popsicles recipe. And that’s how it should be in the summer, don’t you think?
Do Sugar-Free Popsicles Have Carbs?
The carbs in popsicles will vary, depending on the recipe or brand. Store-bought sugar-free popsicles are usually pretty low carb, but they are artificially sweetened. Not to mention preservatives and artificial colors. No, thanks!
It’s one of the reasons why I love to make homemade popsicles. Then I know exactly what’s going into them.
My lemon popsicle recipe have just 6 grams of carbs – pretty good for a sweet treat that’s made with real fruit, don’t you think?
Sugar-Free Popsicles Calories
My sugar-free popsicles recipe is refreshing and light with just 56 calories per popsicle! Here’s the sugar-free popsicles nutrition info you may want to know:
- 56 calories
- 3 grams fat
- 1 gram fiber
- 6 grams net carbs
How To Store This Lemon Popsicles Recipe
These lemon popsicles need to be kept in the freezer or they’ll melt! But you probably knew that, didn’t you?
Most popsicle molds serve as a storage container, so I like to keep them in the molds until you’re ready to eat them.
When you’re ready for your sugar-free popsicles, simply run the molds over warm water to loosen them. They come right out effortlessly. Hooray for dessert in no time at all!
More Sugar-Free Dessert Recipes
When those dessert cravings strike, be prepared! If you like this recipe, you might also like these other keto low carb frozen desserts and cold treats:
- Best Keto Chocolate Pudding – This keto pudding is super rich and creamy.
- Vanilla Keto Milkshake – So refreshing in the summer! Another one of my favorite ways to use coconut cream.
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Nice Cream – Chocolate ice cream that’s totally dairy-free just like these sugar-free popsicles!
- Chocolate Coconut Milk Ice Cream – This one is both dairy-free and nut-free. Use a low carb sweetener to keep it low carb.
- Vegan Fudgesicles – She says you can use any sweetener you like, so check out my natural low carb sweeteners guide for recommendations and conversions to keep the sugar down.
Tools To Make Lemon Popsicles with Blueberries:
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- Popsicle Molds – They are affordable, non-stick, easy to clean, and come in fun colors. Plus, the built-in drip guard minimizes the mess when you’re eating. Once you have these molds, you can make all kinds of popsicle recipes!
- Dino Ice Pop Molds – If you want adorable little dinosaur popsicles, this mold is too cute!
- High-Power Blender – The best blender out there. I use it on a daily basis and in so many different ways.
Easy Sugar-free Popsicles Recipe: Lemon Popsicles with Blueberries:
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Easy Sugar-free Popsicles Recipe: Blueberry Lemon Popsicles
Learn how to make sugar-free popsicles (blueberry lemon popsicles!) in just 5 minutes + 4 ingredients! This easy sugar-free popsicles recipe is healthy and delicious.
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RECIPE TIPS + VIDEO in the post above, nutrition info + recipe notes below!
- Puree all ingredients in a blender. Taste and adjust sweetener as desired.
Pour the mixture into popsicle molds. Freeze for about 4 hours, until solid.
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. Carb count excludes sugar alcohols. Net carb count excludes both fiber and sugar alcohols, because these do not affect blood sugar in most people. We try to be accurate, but feel free to make your own calculations.
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