Creamy Key Lime Popsicles

|Creamy Key Lime Popsicles

I'm a big fan of avocados and eat them almost every day. Avocados are superfoods and great for a low-carb diet. One average avocado gives you 50% of your daily potassium, contains heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and is high in fibre.

They work great in both savoury and sweet meals because of their neutral taste. I already used avocados to make this dairy-free Mint Chocolate Chip Ice-Cream and it was a big success in my house! They add creamy texture and beautiful green colour without affecting the taste.

|Creamy Key Lime Popsicles

|Creamy Key Lime PopsiclesPreparation time


Nutritional values (per serving):

Total Carbs10.4grams
Net Carbs5.3grams
of which Saturated15.7grams
Magnesium55.4mg (14% RDA)
Potassium509mg (26% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (7.9%), protein (4.4%), fat (87.7%)

|Creamy Key Lime PopsiclesIngredients (makes 6 servings):

Note: You can use almond milk instead of coconut milk but the result won't be as creamy and will contain less fat. Most coconut milk cans contain toxic BPAs - avoid them if you can. Keep in mind that a product has to be labeled "BPA-free", as manufacturers are not required to display if otherwise. I really like Aroy-D coconut milk - in my opinion, it is the best tasting and also BPA-free.

|Creamy Key Lime PopsiclesInstructions:

  1. Halve the avocados and remove the seeds. Scoop the soft pulp into a bowl.
    |Creamy Key Lime Popsicles
  2. Add the coconut milk, fresh lime peel and juice, powdered Erythritol and stevia. |Creamy Key Lime Popsicles
  3. Using a hand blender, pulse until smooth. |Creamy Key Lime Popsicles
  4. Using a spoon, fill in the popsicle molds. |Creamy Key Lime Popsicles
  5. Insert a wooden stick into each of them and place in the freezer for at least 3-4 hours or until frozen. Enjoy! |Creamy Key Lime Popsicles

Comments (20) -

Becky 5/9/2014 12:16:15 PM #

So glad I tried avocado in this recipe. I thought it would give it a weird taste but I was wrong, it's just creamy and delicious! I don't have popsicle molds so I used my ice-cream maker and keep it in small containers, just for portion control :-D


Martina @ KetoDiet 5/10/2014 11:53:49 PM #

Thank you Becky! Avocados are great in desserts, have completely neutral taste and make everything creamy. I do the same - keeping everything in small containers is better for portion control Smile


Maria 5/10/2014 12:17:01 AM #

I've tried avocados in desserts before and couldn't tell there was any! Thanks for sharing Smile


Martina @ KetoDiet 5/10/2014 11:55:02 PM #

You're welcome Maria! Smile


Janet 5/12/2014 10:22:35 AM #

Yummy! Made these yesterday with lemon stevia and my kids loved them!


Martina @ KetoDiet 5/12/2014 10:02:53 PM #

That's great! Thanks for trying my recipe Smile


Beth A. 5/14/2014 12:33:49 PM #

Love the colors, I really have to get some popsicle forms!


Martina @ KetoDiet 5/19/2014 12:18:32 PM #

Thank you Beth!


Judee@Gluten Free A-Z Blog 5/19/2014 10:28:59 AM #

This is such a great idea! I've used avocado to make chocolate pudding and lime pudding, but would never have thought to make Popsicles with it! I am visiting from Gluten Free A-Z Blog where I also use everything natural.I am now following you on Twitter.


Martina @ KetoDiet 5/19/2014 12:19:16 PM #

Thank you Judee, I'll definitely visit your blog!


Karen 6/20/2014 4:00:33 PM #

I just made mine now only took me 5 mins have them in the freezer now can't wait to try them later Smile


Martina @ KetoDiet 6/21/2014 2:17:38 PM #

Great! Thanks for trying my recipe Karen, hope you like it! Smile


Marick 7/19/2014 4:41:02 PM #

Hi there, wow, thanks for all the great recipes. I'd like to know why you add both Erythritol and Stevia to most of your ice-cream recipes? Are they not basically the same? I don't like Stevia, can I substitute the Erythoril and Stevia with Xylitol? Thank you.


Martina @ KetoDiet 7/19/2014 5:39:31 PM #

Hi Marick, thank you! I do that with other ingredients too (nut and seed flours, sweeteners, etc.). I mix ingredients to "hide" the aftertaste some of them have or to reduce the carbs in them.

For example, pure stevia may give the ice-cream a slightly bitter aftertaste, especially if I use too much of it and that's why I add Erythritol too. I only use just stevia (stevia drops are the best IMHO) if the recipe doesn't require too many added sweeteners and there is no risk of bitter aftertaste. If, on the other hand, I use just Erythritol, it may be higher in carbs (Erythritol is not completely carbs-free although it's pretty low). You can use Xylitol too. The reason I don't use Xylitol is that I experienced digestive issues even with small amounts and it also affects blood sugar. I have more about sweeteners here:


Shelly 4/1/2015 12:37:22 AM #

These are FANTASTIC!
Tonight will be my 3rd time making them since discovering your recipe a couple of weeks ago!
Beacuse of all of your wonderful recipes I haven't cheated in almost 2 months... This is pretty big for me.
I have no need too, you are so creative with food I feel like every meal is a 'cheat'

Down 15lbs and in ketosis for 6 weeks.
Thanks for all you do!


Martina @ KetoDiet 4/1/2015 10:24:11 PM #

Thank you so much, glad you like them! That's amazing Shelly, keep on going! Smile


Ren 6/3/2015 3:14:29 PM #

Would this work with berries such as raspberries or strawberries instead of lime?


Martina @ KetoDiet 6/3/2015 8:31:22 PM #

Hi Ren, I guess you can try these instead? Smile


Jayne Lein 10/18/2015 4:36:16 PM #

Just wondering if when you refer to limes are you talking about key limes or regular limes? A bit of a size difference there Smile


Martina @ KetoDiet 10/26/2015 6:47:39 PM #

Good point - I guess this depends on your palate. Too much lime zest would make it bitter - I used "regular" limes Smile


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