Low-Carb, Tasty Ice Pop Recipes

August 20 is considered to be the last dog day of summer, supposedly the hottest days of the year. But, nothing seems to be cooling off. If you are as hot as we are, you’re yearning for a cold treat! Today, we have five delicious ice pop recipes with under 150 calories and no more than nine grams of carbs. Hopefully, these will help you enjoy the summer, even with the heat!

Raspberry Coconut Popsicles

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We love the flavors of coconut and raspberry. We also love that these pops have 80 calories and nine grams of carbs! This recipe is so simple and requires no heat at all. They are also dairy-free! It’s just five ingredients and seven steps — two of which are adding a popsicle stick and removing the pop from the mold! The method is simple, but the results are delicious! One thing to note, though the recipe calls for Swerve sweetener, ignore the brand — any no-cal sweetener will be just fine! Get the recipe. (https://swervesweet.com/recipes/raspberry-coconut-cream-popsicles)

Strawberries and Cream Popsicles

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This is another excellent nondairy option, but it’s not vegan as it uses pasteurized egg whites for a boost of protein, and fluffiness. Even more straightforward than the raspberry recipe, there are only four steps to this pop! Each ice pop is 90 calories with three grams of carbs! Get the recipe.

Blueberry Yogurt Pops

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This recipe has just three ingredients: yogurt, honey and blueberries! You just blend, freeze and enjoy! These super-simple pops have 120 calories and 8.6 grams of carbs. The carbs can be lowered if you substitute a calorie-free sweetener for the honey. Get the recipe.

Berry Popsicles

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Maybe, as you’ve been reading this, you’ve thought how much better the recipes would be if there were more berries. If so, here’s one for you to enjoy. It’s more complicated with 10 ingredients, but the pops contain strawberries, blueberries and blackberries, from the frozen aisle. You can also cut out the Medium-chain triglycerides (MTC) oil — unless you’re following the keto diet. We like the use of yogurt, coconut milk and cream cheese because of the creamy consistency it gives the pop. Per popsicle, it’s 122 calories and four grams of carbs. Get the recipe.

Jell-O Pops

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If that last recipe was a few too many steps, this might be just what you’re yearning after. Sugar-free Jell-O is mixed with boiling water and cold heavy cream before freezing. Not a fan of heavy cream? That’s okay: you can easily use coconut milk instead. When they are made with heavy cream, they have 145 calories and 1.1 grams of carbs each! Get the recipe.

While all these sites show popsicles from a mold, using a paper cup will work just as well. And, when using a cup, you have an easy time of halving the recipe if you don’t feel like making a full batch. We hope these recipes help you avoid the heat!
August 20, 2019
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