Two Easy Sugar Free Vegan Popsicle Recipes

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What is better on a hot summer day than a popsicle? My personal favorite is a creamy fudgesicle but finding a popsicle, fruit or chocolate, at the grocery store that isn’t full of sugar or added fillers is almost impossible. These two dairy free popsicle recipes will allow both you and your children to enjoy a sweet treat without worrying about getting a sugar rush.

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Franca Romano says:

Hi, I made this last night and my sister and I are enjoying this right now! It is soooo good. I made the chocolate one. Thank you for posting.

HeftyLefty24 says:

But wouldn’t it brand of peanut butter have sugar in it?

Samantha Poulter says:

Can oat milk be used rather than almond milk?

Knifty Knit Boutique says:

I've also found that using Vegetable Glycerin helps keep things from crystallizing and stay smooth

Knifty Knit Boutique says:

Another way to get a creamy popsicle is to use Sunflower Lecithin powder! 🙂

Kimberlee Hicks says:

My son is allergic to peanuts and cashews. What substitutes would be good? Almond butter?

CJErbentraut says:

Great recipes Jill. I enjoy your show so much. Thank you for sharing all your wonderful recipes. By the way I have the same popsicle mold from Target and the little stems actually do snap into the mold cup.

PlantPure Chef says:

Fudgesicles are my favorite!! Great video for easy summer treat ideas:)

Jennifer Martin says:

Perfect timing, I just bought a popsicle mold. Thank you so much, I cannot wait to make the chocolate ones!

Stef Valentina says:

Thanks so much! this video was super timely. I just made the chocolate ones today (I don't have your molds, I have the multi-colored ones that look like sword sheaths with a cap and are free-standing), the whole recipe was perfect to fill all the molds. The flavor is good although I myself might want to experiment with adding dates for more sweetness and the caramel-y taste.

nevadaxtube says:

No sugar is not the same as no added sugar. This is a significant point to some people.

Jay Hamilton says:

Ready good video, I love the intro in the middle of the video directing people to subscribe. Its so much better than ruining the first portion of the video. Thanks

Elizabeth Santiago says:

Hi Jill, Love your show. I look forward to all your videos. My son is allergic to peanut butter. Is it OK to leave that ingredient out? Thanks!

metamud says:

There's sugar in bananas (about 14 grams per medium sized banana). There's sugar in strawberries (about 1 gram per medium sized strawberry). So it may be low on sugar, but it is definitely not "sugar free". Great recipe, though! 🙂

E G says:

Thank for great popicle❤❤❤ recipe. I bough a popsicle container last month. Can't wait to use it.

Laurie Anne says:

Super yum! Great idea to do with the grandkids–thanks!

edie ann V says:

I have been vegan for almost 29 years now but I definitely have to eat cleaner. I mean, i eat a lot of nutritious foods BUT I do eat vegan junk as well. Thank you so much for this!

teenage spaceland says:

Curious if you have thoughts on Erythritol or stevia?

Ron M says:

Lol, thanks. You did look like you were enjoying. 🙂 They look good.

Carol Dinius says:

Hi Jill, I love your shows. Just wanted to say, I too have those popscicle forms, and yes, they do "snap" shut. Just my FYI 🙂

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