This keto cheesecake popsicle recipe reminds me of those frozen yogurt ice creams. Its soft, delicious and super easy to make, with only 3 ingredients.
Cheesecake Popsicle Recipe
These keto popsicle are made using a popsicle mold, which makes it super easy to make, but I also love the shape of these popsicles. It looks just like the ice creams we used to have as kids.
If you love my cheesecake fat bombs, then these popsicles are very similar.
Sugar free popsicles recipes
These keto popsicles are 100% sugar free, using the sweetness from the strawberries used in the recipe. Strawberries are one of the lowest carb fruits, but they still taste amazingly sweet naturally.
Sugar free popsicles with stevia can also be a helpful sweetener, but I find that stevia often isn’t nessesary, as cream cheese and strawberries already taste quite sweet to the keto adapted taste buds.
If you like, monk fruit could also be a wonderful sweetener to use, just make sure its liquid monk fruit.
Frozen ice pop maker
I bought a specific ice pop mould that has the divots on each side. I just love the look of the classic mould makers. You can find it on amazon if you click here.
Obviously, you don’t have to use the same ones I use, but it helps to understand what size they are for your reference.
Other Popsicle Flavors You Can Try
You can try many other flavours simply by substituting the strawberries with flavours such as coffee, peanut butter, or even mint (with a little stevia to sweeten the deal).
If you’re trying other berries, I would suggest using blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries. Those will work the best in this case, since most other fruits are too high in carbohydrate to benefit your ketogenic lifestyle.
Keto Cheesecake Popsicles
- 1 block Cream Cheese room temperature, 8 oz / 250g
- 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream room temperature
- 10 large strawberries 4 oz / 120g
- Using a blender, place the cream cheese, cream and strawberries into the blender, and blend until smooth
- Pour into the popsicle molds, place the sticks into the molds, and set in the freezer for 1-2 hours until set.
- To remove the popsicles from the molds, simply run them under hot water until the sides release from the molds.
- Keeps in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.
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