These sugar free creamsicles will cool you off without all of the processed junk! You can feel good about serving these 3-ingredient popsicles to your family.
This post was originally posted on June 4, 2016 and has since been updated for user experience.
Although summer won’t be here for two more months, I cannot wait for it to arrive in NJ! I’m craving a sweet, icy treat and a suntan like nobody’s business.
I love sugary ice cream and popsicles like anyone else, but all of that sugar makes me not so bikini ready.
That’s how these delicious 3-ingredient sugar free orange creamsicles came about!
Better for you homemade creamsicles
Did you ever eat creamsicles as a kid? I used to love eating them in layers – I was a weird kid.
I’m a little too lazy to make it all super fancy by layering the vanilla component inside of the orange component. But these simple sugar free creamsicles are just as delicious and a million times easier.
Oh, and with a kick of healthy fats and vitamin c they’re much better for you!
To make these sugar free creamsicles you may need..
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You can use whatever popsicle molds you have on hand, but in this post, I used these. They have a little bit of a base to catch drips.
I also LOVE these super fun popsicle molds that are 3-D dinosaurs. They’re so cute and the “stick” is a fossil!
Sugar Free Creamsicles
Sugar Free Creamsicles
- 1 cup orange juice
- 1 can of full-fat coconut milk
- 1/2 tsp vanilla
Refrigerate the coconut milk until the white creamy part is solid enough to remove from the liquid. Overnight is best.
Melt or allow to come to room temperature and soften before mixing in the orange juice and vanilla.
Whisk until fully incorporated and pour into molds. Freeze until fully frozen through. Enjoy!
If you think you’d like your pops a little sweeter, I suggest using vanilla stevia to taste in place of the vanilla. Save the water for some other recipe (it goes great in smoothies) We like Simply Orange orange juice. Whatever you use, make sure the ingredients are simple and no sugar added.
So tell me – what was your favorite frozen treat as a kid? Did you ever eat anything in an odd way Let me know in the comments!
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