Keto Tiramisu Popsicles

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Summer is here and so are all the sweet temptations. Although most popsicles are full of sugar and additives, these are sugar-free and made with natural ingredients. Additionally, you can make them dairy-free and caffeine-free if you like. They won't spike your insulin and will keep your teeth healthy.

Great minds think alike and I'd like to mention that my fellow bloggers, Carolyn and Maria, have posted similar recipes so you may want to check them out too: here and here. I love anything with coffee but if you prefer other flavours, you can try these:


Nutritional values (per serving)

3.2 grams 1.5 grams 4.6 grams 34.7 grams 26.4 grams 338 calories
Total Carbs4.7grams
Net Carbs3.2grams
of which Saturated26.4grams
Magnesium25mg (6% RDA)
Potassium93mg (5% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (3.7%), protein (5.3%), fat (91%)

Ingredients (makes 8 servings)


Note: This recipe makes 8 popsicles - one popsicle is about 1/2 cup of the mixture. 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.


  1. Place the mascarpone, coconut milk and Erythritol into a mixing bowl. Add the chilled coffee.
    Keto Tiramisu Popsicles Instead of regular coffee, you can use this natural caffeine-free instant coffee made from roasted chicory - it's the best coffee alternative I've tried. Keto Tiramisu Popsicles
  2. Add the rum extract and stevia. Keto Tiramisu Popsicles
  3. Using a hand blender, pulse until smooth. Scoop the mixture into popsicle molds and add popsicle sticks. Place in the freezer for 3-4 hours.
    Each popsicle I made is about 1/2 cup. I used both large popsicle molds (1/2 cup) and small popsicle molds (1/4 cup) and made 12 servings. Nutrition facts are calculated based on 8 large popsicle molds. Keto Tiramisu Popsicles
  4. Prepare the chocolate coating. Add the cacao powder and powdered Erythritol to the bowl with melted coconut oil. Mix until well combined. Make sure the coating is at room temperature before you use it on the popsicles. Keto Tiramisu Popsicles
  5. After 3-4 hours, remove from the freezer and pop the popsicles out of the molds. To prevent the popsicles from melting, I prefer to place them back in the freezer and cover them in chocolate in batches. Keto Tiramisu Popsicles
  6. Using a spoon, cover with the melted coconut chocolate mixture. Place back in the freezer or... Keto Tiramisu Popsicles ... enjoy immediately! Keto Tiramisu Popsicles
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I changed the way I ate in 2011, when I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid. I had no energy, and I found it more and more difficult to maintain a healthy weight.

That’s when I decided to quit sugar, grains, and processed foods, and to start following a whole-foods-based ketogenic approach to food.

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Comments (10)

What would you suggest to replace the coconut oil?  I just found out I'm allergic (and tree nuts and peanuts).


Have you tried cocoa butter? It works well instead of coconut oil when making chocolate coating.


Any chance you could make a non frozen tiramisu recipe that is both vegan & keto ? I figured out a keto vegan cheesecake, but couldnt come up with anything for tiramisu this time around. Cheers!


Hi Mo, I can try! I have a Tiramisu Parfait in my upcoming cookbook but it contains eggs. Dairy can be easily substituted but I'll have to see if/how I substitute the eggs 😊


These look amazing! I've made them with cream cheese because I couldn't find mascarpone - just waiting for them to freeze and can't wait! 😊


Hope you liked them Allison! 😊


Oh my these look so yummy! I LOVE tiramisu so I'm definitely making these! Thank you 😊


Thanks Kim, hope you like it!


We just got a new set of popsicle molds (which by the way, have a little straw attached and gather the melted ice cream inside them for sipping afterwards) and we've been having so much fun with them!
We've dipped them in chocolate, of course, but never thought to make mascarpone based ice cream! These look so yummy!


Thank you Vicky! I've seen these on Amazon and now I'm thinking of getting them too 😊