3-Ingredient Keto Raspberry Lemon Popsicles (stevia sweetened!)
These 3-Ingredient Keto Lemon Raspberry Popsicles are so easy and yummy your kids can make them! They’re so refreshing, with no sugar and no artificial colors or flavors. Yep, that bright pink is Real Food color in action! Stevia-sweetened popsicles mean no sugar crash later! Perfect for healthy summer snacking!
Did you know… I REALLY look forward to spending the entire summer break with my kids?
I can’t wait to spend my days with my kiddos… swimming in the rivers and lakes, picking wild berries, working in our garden, and making all manner of delicious and healthy summer treats and snacks!
Like these 3-Ingredient Keto Raspberry Lemon Popsicles!
Ok, I mean, technically there are 4 ingredients, but I don’t think water counts. 😉
So, with some lemon juice, frozen raspberries, and a bit of stevia, you can create a low-carb/keto summer snack that’s not going to have your kids hyped up on sugar and artificial flavors and colors.
These beautiful pink keto popsicles are so easy, so yummy, and SO slurp-able! You’ll love the bright raspberry with sour lemon!
I especially enjoyed using my new popsicle mold, which I ordered just for this recipe! It makes larger popsicles, similar to the size you buy at the store. We’ll be making lots and lots of flavors of popsicles this summer!
How to Make 3-Ingredient Keto Raspberry Lemon Popsicles
First, roughly chop the frozen raspberries and divide them evenly in the popsicle mold. (I use this mold.)
Next, whisk together the lemon juice, water, and stevia. Divide this evenly among the wells of the popsicle mold.
Secure the lid, add popsicle sticks (if using my popsicle mold), and freeze.
These keto popsicles are best frozen at least 4 hours or overnight before enjoying!
Recipe FAQs & Ingredient Subs
Can I use other fruit besides raspberries?
The nutrition information listed at the bottom of the recipe was calculated using frozen raspberries and lemon juice. However, you could sub frozen blueberries or strawberries for the raspberries and still have low-carb popsicles.
Can I use fresh berries?
Absolutely! If you have fresh berries, use them! On the day I created this recipe, I happened to have frozen raspberries and not fresh.
I don’t like/can’t use stevia. What can I sub?
Unfortunately, I don’t have a stevia sub for this keto popsicle recipe. Stevia is 300x sweeter than sugar, meaning you use a tiny amount to achieve the same amount of sweetness as, say, a cup of sugar or honey. The entire recipe would have to be re-worked to use another sweetener. This is my favorite stevia.
How To Use Stevia In These 3-Ingredient Keto Raspberry Lemon Popsicles
I use a powdered stevia extract in these 3-ingredient keto popsicles. My favorite brand is Mood & Mind. It’s organic, doesn’t have a bitter aftertaste, and dissolves so well in hot and cold stuff.
To measure powdered stevia, I use a “doonk” spoon. The word “doonk” was coined by the Trim Healthy Mama sisters, and it’s 1/32 teaspoon. Having one of these sure takes the guesswork out of using stevia!
Because stevia is up to 300 times sweeter than sugar, a little bit goes a LOOOOOOONG way! Definitely start with LESS, not more! You can always add more, but you can’t take away too much stevia (which will make your popsicles sadly overly sweet and inedible). 🙁
If you already have a favorite brand of stevia or prefer to use a liquid extract, add and taste until you get the perfect raspberry-lemon flavor and sweetness. Liquid stevia and powdered stevia do not measure the same way, so you’ll have to experiment if you are using liquid.
3-Ingredient Keto Raspberry Lemon Popsicles
These 3-Ingredient Keto Lemon Raspberry Popsicles are so easy and yummy your kids can make them! They're so refreshing, with no sugar and no artificial colors or flavors. Yep, that bright pink is Real Food color in action! Stevia-sweetened popsicles mean no sugar crash later! Perfect for healthy summer snacking!
Roughly chop the raspberries and divide them evenly between popsicle molds.
- Whisk together the lemon juice, water, and stevia.
- Pour into the popsicle mold.
- Secure the lid, and add the popsicle sticks.
- Freeze for 4 hours or overnight.
- Serve and enjoy!
Speaking Of Sugar-Free/Keto Desserts…
My eBook Sweet Without Sugar is full of ’em! 🙂
Have you had to break up with sugar (and whole sweeteners) due to blood sugar imbalance, gut issues like candida, weight problems, or food allergies? Or, you know it’s time to end your love affair with sugar but the thought of going without sweets is killing you?
You love dessert…
But unfortunately, dessert doesn’t love you back. 🙁
- eating dessert no longer has to feel like a guilty pleasure?
- dessert isn’t just grain-free or gluten-free but totally sugar-free as well?
- dessert was a healthy part of a nourishing diet?
- you ate cheesecake, cookies, cobbler, pie, and more without upsetting your tummy?
- dessert didn’t spike your blood sugar or cause you to gain 5 pounds overnight?
- the sweets you eat didn’t contribute to gut dysbiosis?
Now, it IS possible!
I wanted to make every bite count for nutrition, too. That’s why ingredients like pastured eggs, butter, cultured cream cheese, coconut oil, and Fair Trade cacao abound in recipes such as…
- Memaw’s Chocolate Pie
- Orange & Dark Chocolate Milano Tart
- Thin Mint Tart
- Chocolate Curd
- Orange-Vanilla Cake
- Cherry Ripple Cheesecake
- Chocolate-Peanut Butter Cheesecake
- Strawberry-Lemon Swiss Roll
- No-Peanut Butter Cookies
- Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting
- Strawberry Swirl Ice Cream
- …and SO many more!
More Cold Keto Desserts You’ll Love…
- Keto Arnold Palmer Iced Tea Popsicles (stevia-sweeted!)
- Keto Chai Ice Cream (dairy-free, vegan)
- Stevia-Sweetened Watermelon Mint Sorbet
- Keto Swedish Cream
- Keto Probiotic Berry Cheesecake Popsicles
- 2-Ingredient THM Keto Lemon Popsicles
- Keto Strawberry Lemon Bars
- Old-Fashioned Keto Root Beer Float
- Herbal Dalgona Whipped Coffee
- Keto Chocolate Collagen Milkshake
- Keto MCT Oil Thai Iced Tea
What healthy popsicles are you making this summer?
Originally published on May 9, 2018. Updated photos and text on May 27, 2020. Republished on June 4, 2020.