I am 100% enjoying summer this time around and that means being prepared with an icy treat to cool me down.
Cheers to a cool dessert without the guilt!
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- We’re working with just 3 easy-to-find, affordable ingredients.
- These are sugar-free, but we’re using liquid stevia to sweeten up these ice pops.
- This recipe yields 6 popsicles. This means that you don’t have to have just one!
Popsicle Molds Used In This Recipe
I purchased these silicone popsicle molds from the Bell Dream Store through Amazon. It’s an affordable option and because they are made from silicone, they are environmentally friendly and can be used many times over.
How To Make Sugar-Free Strawberry Mint Popsicles
Blend the frozen strawberries, mint, stevia, and water.
Pour the blended ingredients into the popsicle silicone molds.
Place the molds into the freezer and freeze for at least 4-6 hours, or overnight.
Remove the strawberry mint popsicles from their molds. For an easy release, place the popsicle molds into a pot or bowl of warm water for about 20 seconds.
How To Store
To store, transfer the sugar-free strawberry mint popsicles into a freezer bag, reusable silicone bag, or airtight container. Or, keep the popsicles in their silicone molds until you’re ready to enjoy them!
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Sugar-Free Strawberry Mint Popsicles
- 1 1/4 cup water cold
- 1 cup frozen strawberries 140 grams
- 1/4 cup mint leaves about 7 grams, remove rough stems
- 24 stevia drops
- If you don’t have a food scale, 140 grams of frozen strawberries works out to be a little over a cup.
- I recommend using a good-quality blender for this recipe for a smooth and even popsicle texture.
- Note, this recipe yields about 2 cups of liquid. Measurements may vary, depending on the size of your popsicle molds and how many you have. For the molds, I have 6 slots, which can handle about 2 cups of liquid.
- I use liquid stevia drops in this recipe.