Sugar Free Healthy Popsicle Recipe

This is an exciting, bright, colorful no sugar popsicles recipe with tasty results that will keep everyone happy

how to make sugar free popsicles

These sugar free popsicles (or lollipops/lollies in the UK) make a great simple healthy treat!
They are keto friendly, safe for diabetics and made without aspartame or other artificial sweeteners. They are also a great homemade sugar free recipe to make with kids.

how to make sugar free popsicles

These are entirely refined sugar free popsicles as so many popsicles in the supermarket are packed full of sugar and corn syrup.

sugar free popsicle recipe

This sugarless popsicles recipe is endlessly adaptable. Do you or your kids want to make these sugar free popsicles tropical flavoured? Simply blend pineapple pieces and mango juice and pour into the moulds! Perhaps your kid absolutely loves orange juice, or apple juice? These will work great for popsicles! There really is no need for all the sugar that goes into store-bought popsicles when fruit juice on its own has so much sweetness and flavour!

sugar free popsicle recipe

Juice is definitely a fantastic quick and healthy option, but because those sugar free popsicles are very straightforward to make, what we wanted to show here was our choice for a few different fruit popsicles with no sugar that are a little more interesting but just as delicious. This is where you can choose for yourself again – if you don’t fancy the fruits we’ve chosen, you can blend all sorts of fruits to make beautiful flavours – blended mango, raspberries, apple, or a mix of almost anything you like. There are so many options for simple sugar free popsicles:

Tropical Popsicles: Pineapple, Mango and Coconut Water
Dairy Free Popsicles: Bananas and Oat Milk
Afternoon Treat: Strawberries and Cream
Apple Pie: Apples, Apple Juice and a pinch of Cinnamon
Lemonade Popsicles: Honeydew Melon, Lemon Juice and Honey

One of our fruit flavoured sugar free popsicle recipes is for watermelon popsicles with no sugar added. Watermelon is high in vitamin C which helps to maintain healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage. It is also high in vitamin A which helps to keep your body’s immune system strong. Make sure to remove all the seeds before blending!

sugar free popsicle recipe

Blend the watermelon until it’s lovely and smooth and pour into the moulds. 350g blended fresh watermelon filled 4 moulds in our popsicle tray, you might want to fill yours with water first to see how much fruit you'll need. The watermelon popsicle was definitely a favourite!

On a hot summer’s day, many people turn to strawberries! It’s easy to see why. These succulent, wonderfully sweet berries are so brightly coloured, tasty and fresh that it just feels like taking a bite of summer. There is absolutely no need to sweeten these berries with sugar, they already have such a balanced sweetness and tartness, especially when they are blended, and all the parts of the strawberries mix together. All these reasons make strawberries a perfect choice for a juicy, refreshing sugarless popsicle recipe.

When choosing strawberries, make sure to find some ripe, good quality ones. Find some organic ones if you can, that way you know you’re getting the best available. When you’ve bought them, test one to see if they are sweet enough.

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Don’t worry about the strawberry seeds, some of them will get cut up in the blender, but the others add a tasty bit of texture to the popsicles. These sugar free strawberry popsicles are so tasty! One of the reasons is that the blended strawberry end up more like a sticky syrup than a juice, and so as the popsicle is melting when you lick it, the texture is lovely and satisfying, and different to the others on this list.

We love blueberries! So when it came to low sugar popsicles recipes, we wanted to make a blueberry popsicle. The blueberries make a great texture when they are blended, and the taste works wonderfully when they are frozen. We blended them with Greek yogurt, you can also use natural yogurt. If you like, you can optionally add a teaspoon of honey to this one, as the honey and yogurt combination is delicious. Many find they can tolerate honey on a refined sugar free diet.

sugar free popsicle recipe

Any of these healthy low sugar popsicles should be frozen and ready to eat within about 3 hours depending on your freezer. These popsicles are great to keep as a simple sugar free treat in the freezer ready for when a sweet craving hits!

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Sugar Free Healthy Popsicle Recipe

Recipe Category: Snacks, Desserts

Recipe Cuisine: American

Prep Time: 5 mins

Cook Time: 0 mins

Servings: 4

Calories: 48

Rating: 5 from 9 votes


  • 200g Pineapple and 150ml Orange Juice
  • 350g Watermelon
  • 150g Blueberries and 200g Greek Yogurt (1 tsp Honey optional)
  • 350g Strawberries


  • Add your peeled, cored and chopped fruit and juice or yogurt to your blender
  • Blend until smooth, pour into popsicle moulds and freeze for about 3 hours
  • To remove the popsicle, run the tray under a tap for few moments and it should be able to easily slide them out - enjoy!

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