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Our Low-Carb Strawberry Cream Popsicles are loaded with fruity flavor. These creamy popsicles are low-carb, so they can be part of a low-carb, keto, Atkins, diabetic, gluten-free, or Banting diet.
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These popsicles boast a creamy texture like an ice cream bar. This recipe uses real whipped cream infused with a touch of vanilla and real puréed strawberries. These popsicles are quick to make and a dream to eat.
It has been one hot summer here in the Carolinas! It’s the kind of heat that makes me dream of swimming in the North Sea and fantasize about lying in the snow making snow angels. Since neither of those options are available to me, I have to settle for the next best thing-frozen treats from the freezer!
Ice cream is often at the top of my list of favorite frozen concoctions. This summer, in particular, I’ve had a thing for strawberry ice cream. While I’ve been craving strawberry ice cream, I really wanted to make a recipe that doesn’t require a lot of waiting around for the ice cream to turn.
My solution was to create this popsicle recipe. I based this recipe loosely on Harper’s Low-Carb Root Beer Float Popsicle recipe. This recipe is made in the blender, however, so it’s super fast and easy to make-Just blend everything and pour into the mold. The hardest part of the recipe is waiting for them to freeze.
Tips and Tricks
There are different types of popsicle molds and the ones I use make 10 3-ounce treats. This recipe fills this mold perfectly. Other molds will work just as well, but you may need to adjust the amounts to fill the molds perfectly. Instead of adjusting the recipe, I recommend just pouring any extra in a freezer-safe container for some no-churn ice cream!
In fact, if you don’t have any popsicle molds at all, you can simply pour the popsicle mixture into freezer-safe single serving cups, cover and freeze. You’ll need to allow these to warm up a bit, about 10 -15 minutes before eating, as their texture harder when completely frozen than churned ice cream.
One thing I love about popsicles and freezing ice cream in single serve containers is that there is built in portion control. With regular ice cream, it’s tempting to take “just one more little scoop”. Popsicles and single-serve containers predetermined the serving size for you.
One last tip I have is about removing the popsicles from the mold. To easily remove the popsicles from the mold, simply run hot tap water over the mold to help them release. Be sure to get both sides.
These Low-Carb Strawberry Cream Popsicles make a delicious treat to have any time of day. They make a tasty reprieve from the summer heat, but I love popsicles anytime of the year. Enjoy!