Keto Arnold Palmer Iced Tea Popsicles (3 ingredients, stevia-sweetened, dairy-free)
Make these 3-ingredient, stevia-sweetened, dairy-free Keto Arnold Palmer Iced Tea Popsicles stat! They’re also low-carb and THM: S, E, or FP!
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Popsicles are so stinkin’ fun.
I mean, pretty much anything can be turned into a popsicle!
Got leftover smoothie? Pour that into a popsicle mold so it doesn’t go to waste.
Have some leftover cocktail mix from a party? Freeze it for boozy popsicles for another day!
Leftover hot tea? Make a popsicle out of it.
See? If it’s a liquid, it can be made into popsicles.
I’ve even heard of moms making bone broth popsicles for teething babies to suck on. Now, that’s genius!
I have a beloved drink that lives on this website: a stevia-sweetened, keto Arnold Palmer Iced Tea.
It’s so refreshing — the perfect mix of bitter but sweet tea with sour lemon. And, it’s non-alcoholic — even though it sounds like it would have booze in it. 😉
Last summer, I decided it would be super clever of me to make a popsicle version of my Keto Arnold Palmer. But that was at the end of the summer — and lemme tell ya, end of summer isn’t the greatest time of year to be posting popsicle recipes.
By then, folks are thinking about soups and back-to-school and how they’re going to get back into the routine of waking up at the butt crack of dawn to get kids off to school after a summer of blissfully sleeping in.
No? Is that just me?
So, I tucked my idea for Keto Arnold Palmer Iced Tea Popsicles away — knowing that I’d be on top of things this year and post it at the beginning of summer instead of the end!
Just 3 Ingredients for these Keto Arnold Palmer Iced Tea Popsicles
#1 — brewed black tea. We’re making this tea a tad stronger than a normal brew. Trust me on this.
#2 — lemon juice. Fresh is best, but if you go for bottled, use this kind.
#3 — stevia. It adds sweet without carbs and sugar, making this a perfect keto/low-carb/THM: FP, S, or E snack or treat.
All you have to do is brew the black tea — steeping it for 10 minutes so it’s strong. I like popsicles with lots of flavor, and sometimes flavor is lost after freezing, in my experience.
After the tea is steeped, add lemon juice and whisk in some stevia.
Pour the mix into your popsicle molds, add sticks, and freeze until solid. Though it will take around 3 to 4 hours for the popsicles to freeze, the actual making of these Keto Arnold Palmer Iced Tea Popsicles takes about 12 minutes. 🙂
Best Popsicle Mold?
I made this recipe specifically for my popsicle mold.
After trying 4 different popsicle molds over the years, this is the one I’ve decided is my favorite.
I think it makes the most *professional* looking popsicles… if professional popsicles is a thing. 😉
It holds about 3-1/3 cups of liquid total, so that’s how much stevia-sweetened Arnold Palmer Iced Tea I made for this recipe.
I also like this popsicle mold because it makes big popsicles — big like the kind you buy from the ice cream truck guy.
Other popsicle molds I tried made much smaller popsicles, which I guess isn’t bad, but when you want a popsicle, you want a POPSICLE, ya know?
I just really love this mold — and when you love your popsicle mold, you’re more likely to make popsicles with it.
Considering I get about 3.38 months of Minnesota summer, we make as many popsicles as we can realistically fit into our summer. 😉
Here’s the full recipe for these light and refreshing, stevia-sweetened Keto Arnold Palmer Iced Tea Popsicles!
Keto Arnold Palmer Popsicles
Make these 3-ingredient, stevia-sweetened, dairy-free Keto Arnold Palmer Iced Tea Popsicles stat! They're also low-carb and THM: S, E, or FP!
Brew the tea bags in the just-boiled water for 10 minutes. Squeeze the tea bags and discard.
Add the lemon juice to the brewed tea.
Then, add stevia and whisk to combine.
Divide evenly among 10 popsicle molds, insert popsicle sticks, and freeze until solid.
More Keto Popsicle & Ice Cream Recipes You’ll Love…
- Keto Raspberry Lemon Popsicles (stevia-sweetened)
- Probiotic Keto Berry Cheesecake Popsicles (with dairy-free option)
- Keto Avocado Lemon Ice Cream with MCT Oil
- Dairy-Free Black Tea & Mandarin Keto Ice Cream with Shortbread Chunks
- Stevia-Sweetened Watermelon Mint Sorbet
- Frozen Berry Kebabs
Do you make lots of popsicles during the summer? What do you think about Arnold Palmer Iced Tea Popsicles?
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