Recipe Roundup: Low-Carb Popsicle Party!

It’s the dog days of summer. Plan yourself a chilly treat! We’ve gathered some favorite low-carb popsicle recipes so you can indulge in these vital snacks without spiking your blood sugar:

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Keto Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream Bars – Low Carb Yum

“These keto sea salt caramel ice cream bars are super-easy to make and have such a rich flavor. You won’t believe they are low-carb!”

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Sugar-Free Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles – Diabetes Strong

“Sweet, tart, and full of strawberry goodness, these sugar-free popsicles are a refreshing, delightful treat sweetened only with a few drops of stevia extract. With only 70 calories and 8 grams of sugar (from the strawberries) in each popsicle, it’s a treat that anyone can feel good about eating.”

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Sugar-Free Caramel Macchiato Popsicles – Sugar-Free Mom

“If you’re a coffee lover, these will be your new favorite summer treat! A frozen caramel macchiato on a stick! sugar-free, gluten-free, low carb, keto! Super easy to make, the hardest part is waiting for them to freeze!”

Pucker-Up Zesty “Key Lime Pie” Popsicles – Taking Control of Your Diabetes

“Made with Greek yogurt and sweetened naturally with honey, these popsicles are a creative way to enjoy the flavors of key lime pie in a lip-smacking lightened up version.”

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream Popsicles – Sugar-Free Mom

“Chocolate and peanut butter is surely the most classic combo. I can’t think of a better combination for an ice cream popsicle on a hot day than pairing these two flavors … It’s like frozen fudge on a stick!”

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Blueberry Lemonade Popsicles (In Freezer Pop Bags) – Low Carb Yum

“Freezer pops are one of the most refreshing treats when it is hot outside – I just love sipping on them! As the frozen juice melts, it becomes a slushie and eventually a sweet drink. It’s one of the best ways to cool off when the heat closes in on you like an oven.

I am so thankful that I found these freezer pop bags because they make homemade freezer pops a cinch! I was already a huge fan of theirs, so creating this recipe with their bags was a no-brainer.”



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