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.
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 sun tan like nobody’s business.
I love sugary ice cream and popsicles like anyone else, but all of that sugar makes my skin go bananas and my kids even crazier. .
That’s how these delicious 3-ingredient sugar free orange creamsicles came about!
Homemade creamsicles without all the junk
Did you ever eat creamsicles as a kid? I really wanted a chance to recreate them but sans sugar and dye.
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!
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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
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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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Christine @ Run Plant Based says
Oh summer is definitely here with a high of 102 here today! And these look great, I love the simple ingredient list and want to get a popsicle mold now. Thanks!
Wow! That’s definitely hot! And I saw them for $.99 the other day at Walmart 😉
Kristy @ Southern In Law says
Tans are totally overrated! Especially when those people that always have a great tan when they’re younger end up looking like an old leather handbag when they hit like 40 😛 #whitegirlrepping
These look SO good!
Ha, I used to eat creamsicles the same exact way! Always ate the outside of sandwiches first, too.
I didn’t know you could separate coconut milk that way. Cool! Since I’m not allowed to have creamsicles anymore, I’m excited to try this. Thanks for the recipe!
Lisa @ Fun Money Mom says
I love creamsicles and this sounds so delicious! I also love that it’s a healthier version! Pinning!
Charlene Asay says
I love creamsicles. I will have to make these. I would love to have you join us at Family Joy Blog Link Up party this week. Check it out http://thinking-outside-the-pot.com/?p=2571
Mother of 3 says
Sounds Yummy! Do they taste like coconut at all? I have two boys that can not stand coconut… not that I won’t be making these for everyone else but i was just wondering. Pinned!
I didn’t notice too much of a coconut flavor. I think because it OJ and vanilla overpower it for the most part. 🙂 hopefully they don’t notice any taste!
Heather @ Polyglot Jot says
o0o0o this sounds grea! omg–i ate it in layers too!! I also used to eat the edges of ego waffles first before the middle parts…weirdos unite! haha!
Calli Knudsen says
This sounds so good! I’ve been dying of heat (it’s only in the 80) being almost 20 weeks pregnant trying to plant a garden.
Kristi Trimmer says
I think I just found my Go To Recipe for summer treats! Delicious, easy to make, and nutritious – YES!
Jasmine Hewitt says
I love orange creamsicles! I’m willing to give this a try, although I never do sugar free
Alfa Sengupta says
I have to make these!! I LOVE creamsicles and since I’m trying to stay off sugar, this is definitely something I need to attempt STAT!
Linda | Brunch-n-Bites says
Ugh sorry about your sugar drama, but sugar-free orange creamsicles totally win! It’s been 90-100F over here and this is a perfect excuse to enjoy this creamsicle.
Catherine | Embracing Kindness says
Ooh! These sound amazing, and I love how they are so simple to make, with very few ingredients. It’s not too warm here yet (aside from last week’s random heat wave), but I’ll definitely be pinning this for later!
Lori @Savedbythemommy says
These sound great! I will definitely make these with my children. Thanks for sharing!
Leslie Rossi | alifewellconsumedl says
creamsicles are my fav!
Great recipe!! I love this healthy and very easy version! I found you via Coffee and Conversation. Have a lovely week! 🙂
JES @ Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth
Chloe Crabtree says
My daughter tries to really limit the sugar my granddaughters consume, and of course they love frozen treats, so I will be sharing this with her. Thanks so much for sharing over at the Celebrate Your Story! link party! I am always happy to come and see what you have to share!
I love creamsicles and yours looks delicious! and healthier too!
Jolina - The Unlikely Baker says
This looks so refreshing! Perfect for the summer. I need to get started on my Big Popsicle Project of 2016 soon 🙂
Sandra Garth says
I ate my creamsicles the same way, orange part first. My hubby wanted creamsicles a few weeks ago and the ones I bought were a huge disappointment. More orange popsicle, very little cream. They don’t make them like they used to do they? Thank you for the recipe.
Such an easy, yet delicious recipe for a frozen treat! Thanks for sharing on Simply Natural Saturdays.
Those sound so delicious! And you just gave me an idea….thanks for sharing another healthy treat!
Wow, this is awesome! I love orange creamsicles, but I’m always looking for recipes that are sugar free. We are definitely going to be trying this soon! I’m sharing this on social media and featuring this for Tuesday Talk this week! I love it! -Jessica, Sweet Little Ones
Nikki Frank-Hamilton says
Morgan, you are coming up with some great recipes without the added sugar! I love the creamscicle flavor and so these will definitely be made this summer! I didn’t eat anything weird, I used to eat everything weird! LOL I wouldn’t let my food touch on my plate and always ate one thing in entirerty, then the next and the next. No mixing of anything. Now I would hate that! LOL
Theresa @DearCreatives says
How yummy! Orange creamsicles are one of my summer favs. Thanks for sharing at the #InspriationSpotlight party! Shared
Cream sickles were my delight as a kid. When the ice cream truck would roll around the neighborhood, it was always my treat to purchase. Homemade ones are twice as yummy.
Boy these popsicles sound so tasty, healthy and refreshing – great for the summertime heat. Being sugar free makes them extra special without all those chemicals in the store bought brands. Sharing.
Kathryn @ Family Food on the Table says
I love a healthier treat, especially when it’s not loaded with sugar! These look like a delicious way to cool off in the summer heat 🙂
Jessy @ The Life Jolie says
Now I’m seriously craving an orange creamsicle! I really love your use of coconut milk- what a brilliant and tasty addition 🙂
Sounds delicious – we JUST are starting summer now here in Seattle. Thanks for sharing with Simply Natural Saturdays.
Miz Helen says
Your recipe has been featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Enjoy your new Red Plate and have a great week!
April J Harris says
I used to eat Creamsicles in layers too! Love this tasty, healthier recipe. Scheduling pins to multiple boards and tweeted. Thank you for sharing with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop.