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4 ingredients are enough to make these berry popsicles! A homemade recipe for creamy popsicles with a mix of berries, cream and sweetener to sweeten them. A creamy popsicle recipe perfect for a hot summer day.

This popsicle recipe is keto and a great idea for Trim Healthy Mamas too, with THM-S, THM-E, and THM-FP options!

Skip the store-bought popsicles and discover how super easy it is to make frozen popsicle sticks with homemade berries.

Also, check out these Strawberry Yogurt Protein Pops too. They are a recipe for sugar-free strawberry ice pops.

If you have popsicle molds at home, you’ll find that making homemade popsicles is a great way to save money and see the ingredients used in your treat.

Frozen treats you can serve any night of the week – you’ll want popsicles often!

berry popsicles on a parchment lined tray with fruit and ice

This popsicle recipe is…

  • 4 ingredients
  • Made with a popsicle mold (or without, the choice is yours!)
  • Easy
  • Prepared with Fresh Fruit or Frozen Fruit
  • A refreshing frozen treat
  • Only 4 net carbs per popsicle

How to make berry popsicles

Put part of the berries and the sweetener in a saucepan over the heat. Heat and cook for 10 minutes, creating a jam-like consistency.

Remove from heat, then add the heavy cream, stirring constantly to incorporate the ingredients.

Spoon remaining berries into popsicle molds, then pour over berry mixture.

Attach popsicle sticks and freeze until completely frozen.

red berry popsicle mold


red berry popsicle mold
mixed berries cooked in a casserole
creamy casserole popsicle mix
creamy popsicles in red mold

Variations to the recipe and tips for success

  • You can cook the fruit as much as you want. Make it have a smooth texture by breaking up the fruit. Or leave larger pieces if you want to eat the fruit bites.
  • Switch to whatever fruit you have. Summer fruits are great, take what you want, or make a single fruit or fruit mix.
  • If you don’t have a popsicle mold, you can use small paper cups and stick a popsicle stick in the center. Then place aluminum foil on top to hold the stick in the center.
  • Run the popsicle mold under warm water for a minute and then it will help release the popsicle from the mold.
  • You can use any sugar substitute you like, even sugar free maple syrup!
  • Add more sweetener if you want a sweeter popsicle flavor.

Cut Mom’s Healthy Popsicles

As written, these fruit popsicles (popsicles) are THM-S fuel due to the heavy cream.

But if you want these healthy popsicles to be a THM-FP, you can substitute equal parts 0% Greek yogurt and unsweetened almond milk to replace the cream. This will also drastically reduce the calories in your popsicle!

If you want to make a THM-E recipe, use the Greek yogurt and almond milk option, but use a high-carb fruit like bananas, pitted cherries, pineapple, peaches, mangoes, or papaya.

If you’re following the Trim Healthy Mama plan, these homemade sugar-free popsicles can easily be converted to fuel or S or E fuel, depending on the ingredients you use.

Whichever option you choose, you’ll have a delicious frozen popsicle to enjoy on a hot day!

Frequent questions

How to store homemade popsicles?

You can store your No Sugar Added Popsicles in the freezer for up to two months. Just keep them in the molds provided.

I also recommend keeping them pushed back on the shelf so that when the freezer door is opened it doesn’t change the temperature too much.

Mixed Berry Ice Pops

Can I use Greek yogurt instead of cream?

Of course, you can use Greek yogurt instead of cream. I haven’t tried it myself, but I think it would work!

I recommend using plain Greek yogurt or triple zero vanilla yogurt. You don’t want the flavors to clash with the fruit to get a flavorful yogurt.

Can I use coconut cream instead of heavy cream?

If you want to make a lactose-free popsicle, I recommend using full-fat coconut milk instead of cream.

Coconut cream would also work well in this recipe! Just know that your popsicles will have a slight coconut flavor and may be a bit icier.

How long do popsicles take to freeze?

Popsicles take 4-6 hours to freeze. I recommend freezing them overnight so they are completely frozen by the time you are ready to eat them.

What is the best fruit for popsicles?

The best fruit for popsicles is the one you have on hand!

You can use anything from strawberries and blueberries to peaches and kiwis.

This particular recipe uses a mix of frozen berries (blackberries, blueberries, and strawberries), but you can definitely use any fruit you like!

mixed berry popsicles

What sweetener should I use?

This recipe calls for Gentle Sweet, but you can use whatever you like!

You can use sugar-free maple syrup, stevia, xylitol, or erythritol. And you can adjust the sweetness to your personal taste.

What is the best popsicle mold to use?

There are so many different popsicle molds on the market these days!

I personally like to use silicone popsicle molds because they are easy to use and easy to clean. However, you can definitely use any popsicle mold you have on hand.

Can I use frozen mixed berries?

Yes, you can use frozen mixed berries. In fact, I used a mix of frozen blackberries, blueberries, and strawberries for this recipe.

If you want to use fresh fruit, that’s fine too! It doesn’t matter if you use it fresh or frozen.

mixed palettes

If you want a completely smooth popsicle, you can put fresh fruit, sweetener, vanilla, and cream directly into blender until smooth, then pour directly into popsicle molds.

If you are using frozen fruit, we recommend that you thaw it before blending, as it will make your mixture very thick.

Should I cook the fruit mix?

No, you do not need to cook the fruit mixture. You can follow the instructions in the previous paragraph if you don’t want to cook the mixture on the stove.

If you choose to cook the fruit, place it in a small saucepan over medium heat and cook until the fruit is soft. Once smooth, mash with a fork or potato masher, then add the sweetener, vanilla, and cream.

Cooking the fruit mixture just gives it a little more flavor, but it’s not necessary.

More Low Carb Frozen Treats

If you love keto popsicles, you’ll love these other delicious recipes too!

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Mixed Berry Ice Pops

Sugar Free Creamy Berry Popsicles

A creamy homemade sugar free popsicle recipe made with a blend of berries, cream and sweetener!

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Course: Dessert

American kitchen

Preparation time: 3 minutes

Cooking time: 7 minutes

Total time: 6 hours

Servings: 6 popsicles

Calories: 185kcal

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  • Place 1 cup (set ½ cup aside) mixed berries with sweetener and vanilla extract in saucepan over heat. Cook for 7-10 minutes or until you get a jam consistency. Mash up any larger pieces of berries left in the saucepan.

  • Remove the saucepan from the heat and add the cream. Mix to match.

  • Place remaining berries in popsicle molds. Then pour the berries with the cream into the molds.

  • Freeze for at least 4 hours or until completely hardened.

  • Store them in the freezer for up to 2 months.

THM-S
As written, these fruit popsicles (popsicles) are THM-S fuel due to the heavy cream.

THM-FP
If you want to make these healthy popsicles with a THM-FP, you can substitute equal parts 0% Greek yogurt and unsweetened almond milk to replace the cream. This will also drastically reduce the calories in your popsicle!
THM-E

If you want to make a THM-E recipe, use the Greek yogurt and almond milk option, but use a high-carb fruit like bananas, pitted cherries, pineapple, peaches, mangoes, or papaya.

Serving Size: 1 Icicle | Calories: 185kcal | Carbs: 5g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 18g | Fiber: 1g

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