If you’re looking for healthy frozen treat, try this recipe for creamy kiwi key lime popsicles.
I go back and forth between spring and summer but I think summer is really my favorite time of year. Once the weather starts warming up, travel picks up too and you already know I just can’t get enough. Something about July and being in the hot summer sun also sparks my creativity in the kitchen. So if you liked my watermelon lime granita recipe you’re going to love these creamy kiwi key lime popsicles.
These babies are made from real ingredients. Not all that junk that you can’t sometimes pronounce when you buy popsicles from the grocery store.
Want to know what else? These kiwi key lime popsicles are dairy and sugar-free. Say what now?
Yes! So you can leave that guilt at the door honey.
I’ve always wanted to try my hand at making homemade popsicles so I scooped up these ice pop molds from Amazon. They were less than $10.00 for six plus you get free shipping if you’re with Amazon Prime.
Use whatever blender you have at home but I find that this one, to get this mix nice and frothy- creamy.
Place the green goodness in the freezer overnight and the party will be “on” and popping the next day.
If you’re a watermelon fan, you may also want to try my waterlemon lime granita recipe. It’s another five ingredient recipe that’s cool and refreshing.
Substitutions in Kiwi Key Lime Popsicles
If you can’t get your hand on key lime, feel free to swap it out for regular limes in this recipe.
Tools to Use
The right popsicle molds are key to getting well formed popsicles. Make sure to run your popsicles under warm water for a few seconds to gentle release from the mold once ready to enjoy.
Creamy Kiwi Key Lime Popsicles
A simply delicious recipe for kiwi key lime popsicles that is also dairy, gluten and sugar free.
- 4 kiwis peeled (reserve one for slicing)
- 1 key lime
- 1 (13.5oz) can coconut milk
- 1/4-1/2 cup wild honey (I used 1/4 cup)
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- Blend 3 kiwis, juice of one key lime, coconut milk, honey and vanilla until frothy (about 30 seconds).
- Use reserved kiwi and slice thinly to place on either side of ice pop molds
- Carefully pour the mixture into the molds and cover making sure to leave at least 1/2 inch space.
- Freeze overnight and then enjoy.
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Amount Per Serving Calories 350Total Fat 12gSaturated Fat 11gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 0mgSodium 12mgCarbohydrates 65gFiber 2gSugar 59gProtein 2g
Originally 7/6/18. Updated: 5/10/22
Other healthy frozen recipes you may like:
red, white and blue non-dairy ice cream
Comments ( 21 )
I love the flavors here, and what pretty popsicles they are!
They do come together nicely in this recipe Courtney. I hope you get to experience those flavors for yourself.
Yum! I’ll have to give this a try!
That’s what I like to hear. Let me know how it turns out.
Loving this recipe. Thanks for sharing. These are great for the hot summer days!
And it us burning up today. I have some leftover key limes and I’m tempted to make another batch. Enjoy the pops!
These pops look amazing! Thanks for linkin’ up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!
These are beautiful! Love the flavors too.
Lovely to have you join us at TOHOT!
If it’s pretty, you’re one step closer to having the kids try something new. 😉
i MUST make these.. I love key lime pie and these look much healthier
Then consider them your key lime on a stick with much less sugar and no dairy for the win. Let me know how it goes.
Laura | Food Fun Family
Looks so refreshing! Thanks for sharing with the Delicious Dishes Recipe party this week.
These popcicles sound luscious! Thanks for sharing #HomeMattersparty