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Creamsicle Push Pops

By June 10, 2015December 3rd, 2020Cooking Tips and Videos, Dairy Free, Desserts, Egg Free

Creamsicle Push Pops


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 Creamsicle Push Pops

Did you know the vanilla bean comes from a flower? Yep, the stem of the orchid.

People often think that you need to eat tons of fruits and veggies to get the nutrients you need. But what is really interesting is that with a ketogenic diet, you produce less free-radicals compared to the typical American diet.

What I like to emphasize even more is that using herbs and spices, such as the vanilla bean, you load your cells up with more vitamins and minerals than an orange!

Read more about how to properly fuel your body in Keto Adapted, or take the Keto Life educational class video to learn more.

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Here is a video of making this recipe (I make a double batch in the video).

Find this recipe in my new Quick & Easy Ketogenic Cooking Cookbook!

Creamsicle Push Pops

Thank you for your love and support!

 Creamsicle Push Pops


Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • Sarah G says:

    You and the boys should always make recipe videos! Loved the demonstration! Thanks.

  • Barb says:

    Thanks…yummy for summer.

  • Appletree says:

    Would a dairy free cream cheese such as coconut cream and lemon juice work here do you think?

  • janet says:

    maria, thanks for all you do. you are an inspiration. hugs

  • Beth.H says:

    Love creamsicles and the weather warming up this will be a nice treat. I am allergic to almonds if not cooked, not a big fan of coconut cream, do you have a suggestion on what else can I use? Thanks again for the recipe!

  • Nicky says:

    Maria you and the kids are awesome I love to see these vedios very often

  • Susana jones says:

    Love the video! They are so helpful, and The kids are adorable!

  • angi says:

    Super cute video (especially the outtakes!) Lol. Could this recipe be frozen into icecube trays then processed in my vitamix for “icecream” ya think? Any reason why not?

  • angi says:

    Ugh just posting again so I get notified for your reply.

  • Angi says:

    Just realized the recipe in your kids’ cookbook calls for 1 juiced orange. This video/recipe uses extracts & oils…thank you! I can’t think of the last time I had an orange in the house. Lol

  • Zlatka says:

    The very last part of the video is hilarious!! I have one 6-year old and patience really is a virtue 🙂
    Enjoy them and have fun, they are adorable!

  • Cyndi says:

    You used to have push pop molds in your store, but now I can’t find them!

    • angi says:

      WwooowWheee.. this is some SWEET stuff! I will be cutting the sweetners waaay back next time. Now I’m just trying to figure out how to salvage it for eating/cut the sweetness. Hmmmm. However, I can report that this recipe held up nicely to my vitamix and flaked the icecubes well. Adding an extra 2-4 TB of almond milk in the vitamix brings all the ice flakes into softserve icecream form with a good rubber spatula.

      • Linda says:

        Check out the Stevia you used. There is Stevia glycerite. And then there is liquid Stevia, which is a whole different animal. The Stevia glycerite is used by the teaspoonfuls, and liquid Stevia is used by the “drop”. It makes a big difference.

  • shelley says:

    Can we use erythritol in place of Swerve? It says something about **to keep it soft** next to the Swerve, so I wasn’t sure if there’s something in Swerve needed to keep it soft. Thank you!

  • Alycia says:

    Maria, I’ve been searching but can’t seem to find what you eat yourself daily as your 2 meals, that would be an AWSOME video (or blog post) to show what your personal meals are in a day

  • angela says:

    Beth H.- what about the new Cashew milk? I just made these and forgot both the stevia glycerine and salt, oops! The flavor was great, I might use 1/2 to 1 T. Less sweet er next time myself tho, will that change it too much do u think Maria?

  • Wendy says:

    Maria, what do you think about Hemp milk? I am thinking of switching from almond milk to hemp milk and wondered if there are any benefits or drawbacks we should know about? Thanks!

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      It is an ok option as long as it doesn’t have added sugar. 🙂

      • Wendy says:

        Thank you for your response. Yes, I mean unsweetened of course. But is it any better or worse than almond milk, with regard to omega 3 to 6 ratio, and fat & protein content? Also I usullay make my own almond and hemp milk with raw almonds and raw organic hemp seeds. Both are so much fresher and tastier than buying cartons at the grocery store. It’s just that almonds are becoming so expensive and hemp milk is so incredibly economical when homemade. If Hemp milk is only any OK option, then why are you saying almond and cashew are better options? Does hemp milk have detrimental properties I should be aware of?

        • Maria Emmerich says:

          Nutritionally they are very similar and both great options. Hemp doesn’t have any issues that I know of. 😉

  • Lisa says:

    Can you comment on your liquid ratios, please? In the video you have 8 oz cream cheese to 2 cups almond milk, but on this printed page if you double the recipe, the almond milk would be 2 1/2 cups.

  • tamid says:

    Hwy Maria, i am celebrain today, Amazon sent me a notification your cookbook is finally being shopped to me 🙂 Question. …. What kind of orange oil do you use

  • tamid says:

    Hah, meant celebrating and shipped to me 🙂

  • cheryl says:

    Where do you by push pop molds? Love to try this!

  • karen says:

    I just made these and I drank what didn’t fit in the molds. So so good! I doubled the recipe, used 2 tsp of the orange flavoring from Frontier brand and 50-60 drops of orange essential oil. A-mazing! Thank you so much.

  • Annie says:

    Thanks Maria. I’m making these for my GD when she comes next week. We will make them together!

    PS, oh my goodness your hair is beautiful and the boys are such cuties!

  • Dawn M says:

    how do you keep them from running through the molds??? They have holes

  • Grace says:

    Those boys are adorable!

  • JE says:

    Made these today for National Creamsicle Day…they were really good! Cute video too!! Thanks

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