Sugar Free Ice Pops

Sugar Free Ice Pops

I woke up early this morning to share this amazing recipe with you! I always make a variety of sugar free popsicles, sugar free push-pops and sugar free ice pops for my boys for when we go on long bike rides.

This idea came to me because I often make my boys a strawberry lemonade to drink which is just lemon juice concentrate, Strawberry-Watermelon stur (click HERE to find Stur) and water (or strawberry-kiwi LaCroix water). I though I should put these in those Ice Pop molds I have in the cupboard! I added a little citric acid which is a natural sour taste enhancer (which I use for my sugar-free Sour Patch candies).

This was Micah’s favorite sugar free ice pop yet!

Sugar Free Ice Pops

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Sugar Free Ice Pops
 
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Dairy free Nut free Egg free
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Serves: 8
Ingredients
  • 2 cups water (or strawberry-kiwi Lacroix sparkling water)
  • 4 tablespoons lemon juice concentrate
  • 3 tablespoons Stur (any flavor)
  • Few drops stevia (or sweetener to desired taste)
  • ½ teaspoon citric acid (for sour taste)
Instructions
  1. Place all the ingredients in a large pitcher. Stir well to combine. Pour into ice pop molds or Popsicle molds. Freeze until set.

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10 Comments

  • Is the citric acid absolutely necessary? Can I leave it out?

  • Kelly says:

    Great recipe!, I was thinking if you could make a jello ribbon salad recipe with the stur and grass fed gelatin?, my Mom made one that had I think 5 layers of different jello flavors with like a cream cheese or sour cream layer in between all the different jello layers, it was awesome!, it would be great if you could make a low carb sugar free version of it.

  • nicole says:

    what is the brand of lemon juice concentrate that you use?

  • Cassie says:

    I wonder if you could comment on giving stevia to children? I always give my toddler stevia, but I just read an article that said the body prepares for the sugar by raising cortisol, insulin levels, etc. with no actual glucose ever arriving. Apparently, this, over time, is damaging? I have also read articles that say it’s harmless. Just wondering on your take. I would love to continue giving it to her without worrying it will damage her long term.

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