Sugar-Free Red, White and Blue Berry Popsicles

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I will still be active and sharing my own recipes (I'm aiming for 1-2 per week, including video recipes). This week I'm sharing a recipe I created for all my American readers! These patriotic popsicles are the perfect keto dessert for the upcoming Fourth of July celebrations. They are ideal for those watching their calorie intake - there's less than 100 calories per popsicle!

This treat contains dairy but you can make it dairy-free by substituting the cream cheese and heavy whipping cream with coconut cream and coconut milk.

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Nutritional values (per serving)

4.8 grams 1 grams 1.4 grams 8.1 grams 5.1 grams 94 calories
Total Carbs5.8grams
Net Carbs4.8grams
of which Saturated5.1grams
Magnesium6mg (2% RDA)
Potassium79mg (4% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (20%), protein (6%), fat (74%)

Ingredients (makes 10 popsicles)

Red layer:
  • 1 ¾ cups strawberries, fresh or frozen and thawed (252 g/ 8.9 oz)
  • ¼ cup water (60 ml/ 2 fl oz)
  • Optional: 15-20 drops liquid stevia
White layer:
Blue layer:
  • 1 ½ cup blueberries, fresh or frozen (188 g/ 6.6 oz) - wild blueberries contain fewer carbs
  • 2 tbsp fresh lemon juice (30 ml/ 1 fl oz)
  • 15-20 drops liquid stevia


  1. Start by preparing the red layer. Place the strawberries with ¼ cup (60 ml) water into a blender or a food processor and pulse until smooth.
  2. Pour the blended strawberries into 10 popsicle molds (about 30 grams/ 1 oz each) - I used these popsicle molds. Place in the freezer for 1-2 hours. The longer you freeze it, the neater the layers will be. Sugar-Free Red, White and Blue Berry Popsicles
  3. Prepare the blue layer by placing the blueberries, lemon juice and stevia into a blender or a food processor and pulse until smooth. Set aside. Sugar-Free Red, White and Blue Berry Popsicles
  4. Prepare the white cheesecake layer. Spoon the cream cheese into a bowl. Add heavy whipping cream, powdered Erythritol, lemon juice, and vanilla. Using an electric mixer or a hand whisk, process until smooth.
  5. Spoon the white cheesecake layer (about 25 g/ 0.9 oz each) on top of the strawberry layer (use a spoon or a piping bag). Finally, top with the blueberry layer, add popsicle sticks, and place in the freezer for at least 4 hours, or until set. Sugar-Free Red, White and Blue Berry Popsicles Dairy-free tip: Use coconut cream and coconut milk instead of cream cheese and heavy whipping cream. Sugar-Free Red, White and Blue Berry Popsicles
  6. To easily remove the popsicles from the molds, I fill a pot, as tall as the popsicles, with warm (not hot) water and dip the popsicle molds in, for 15-20 seconds. Sugar-Free Red, White and Blue Berry Popsicles
  7. Place the unmolded popsicles in ziploc bags and keep in the freezer for up to 6 months. Sugar-Free Red, White and Blue Berry Popsicles

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By Martina Slajerova
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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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