keto orange creamsicle

Keto Orange creamsicles



Summer is around the corner so it’s time to break out the popsicle molds and make some sugar-free keto Popsicles.


keto orange creamsicle
creamy dreamy popsicles


These are some of the few sugar-free foods that are loved by children and adults alike. My children will just about eat anything on a stick. LOL. And they are absolutely known to run down the street after the ice cream truck waving their dollar bills.


So many of us have memories of tiny and sweet creamsicles melting onto our hands on hot summer afternoons as children. Bright orange on the outside, and filled with a creamy vanilla filling…


keto orange creamsicle
bursting with bright orange flavor


Commercially made creamsicles are loaded with sugar and additives. They are definitely tasty, but I thought it should be possible to make a healthy an equally delicious ketogenic version of the real thing… I think this easy recipe beautifully captures the spirit of the classic Creamsicle.




Homemade Popsicles are also a great budget friendly way to enjoy summer and still keep to your low-carb lifestyle. They are quick and easy to make other than popsicle molds and a few hours of waiting you simply need two ingredients.


keto orange creamsicle
loved by adults and children alike!



And although our Popsicles don’t have the distinctive two layers, they still pack a lot of flavor and turn out a beautiful peachy orange color… For a bolder flavor, you could always mix in a bit of orange oil to amp up that citrus power.


You will love to share and enjoy this fun family treat



silicone popsicle molds
silicone popsicle molds

You’ll find freeze pop molds in a variety of materials, from BPA-free plastic and silicone to aluminum and stainless steel, with plastic being the most common.
Plastic is an affordable option, but it’s often the type with the shortest life. Plastic can become scratched, cracked, and brittle, clear molds can stain or cloud after multiple uses and washes, and many models are not dishwasher safe.

Silicone is my favorite! Often thicker than plastic and more durable. Popsicles can usually be removed from this type more easily, and these molds won’t crack. They tend to last longer than plastic too, meaning less money spent buying replacements

The actual size of the popsicles that you’ll be able to create varies. Some run small, with the molds holding about one or two ounces of liquid. These bite-sized pops are perfect for small children.
Others are oversized with a larger capacity, making them a good option for bigger kids or adults.

I personally enjoy the smaller size, I can eat two without feeling guilty. Lol!  Here is a link to the silicone popsicle molds we use. 



keto orange creamsicle
keto orange creamsicle



Sarah did a great job with these!  Our family absolutely loved them and we hope your does as well.  My only tip with these is to let them set out for a bit to soften before you eat them.  This is a very versatile recipe and you of course could make other flavors.  They are cool and refreshing. 


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keto orange creamsicle
keto orange creamsicle


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Keto Orange Creamsicles

Course Dessert, keto desserts, keto recipes, low carb dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword easy keto desserts, easy low carb desserts, easy low carb snacks, easy no bake keto desserts, easy no bake keto treats
Prep Time 5 minutes
chilling/freezing 6 hours
Total Time 6 hours 5 minutes
Servings 8
Calories 105kcal
Cost 5.00


  • popsicle mold


  • .3 oz sugar-free orange gelatin
  • 1/2 cup boiling water
  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1 tsp orange oil optional


  • In a small bowl, dissolve gelatin powder in boiling water, whisking well to combine any thick chunks.
  • Add to a blender along with the heavy cream and optional orange oil, and blend until smooth.
  • Pour liquid into popsicle molds, and freeze until firm, about 6 hours. Let soften slightly before serving.



Total carbs: 1g
Fiber: 1g
Net carbs: 0g
serving size: 1 popsicle
serves 8
keto orange creamsicle
keto orange creamsicle


Serving: 1g | Calories: 105kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 11g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Cholesterol: 41mg | Sodium: 21mg | Potassium: 22mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 437IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 20mg | Iron: 1mg



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