These Easy Key Lime Popsicles are refreshing, sweet, and slightly tangy, and have a perfect balance of flavors. Made with only three ingredients, these frosty treats will keep you cool and your kids happy all summer long.
3-INGREDIENT KEY LIME POPSICLES RECIPE
Finally, It’s the time of the year when eating popsicles every day is acceptable!
My kids LOVE frosty treats, so I’m a big fan of keeping homemade popsicles around the house to help beat the heat when the temps outside are boiling. You just can’t beat the homemade flavor. Plus, making my own popsicles means I personally know what is into them. I can control the ingredients and the amount of sugar. The hardest part is waiting for them to get frozen. Are they frozen yet?
These Easy 3-Ingredient Key Lime Popsicles are delicious and sooo easy to make!!
If you’re a fan of citrusy flavors, then you have to try these. They’re refreshing, sweet, and slightly tangy and have a perfect balance of flavors. Either you consider these a dessert or a little snack, these Easy Key Lime Popsicles will put an end to your sweet tooth’s rebellion.
They are so damn good.
HEALTHY POPSICLES FOR KIDS
I figured if we are going to enjoy LOTS of popsicles all summer long, I wanted to make them healthy for my kiddos, so I substituted the traditional heavy cream for non-fat Greek yogurt, which also adds some protein. I was afraid that they would turn icier than creamy, but not at all.
They were PERFECT!
INGREDIENTS YOU’LL NEED
And they come together with only three ingredients. These have to be the easiest popsicles I’ve made yet.
It all starts with Simply Lemonade®, which means that you do not have to squeeze any lemons. We always buy Simply beverages because they are not made with concentrated juices. YAY. Plus, don’t have added preservatives, colors, or artificial flavors. Double YAY. You’ll need:
- Store-bought limeade – I like to use Simply Limeade®
- Sweetened condensed milk
- Vanilla Greek yogurt
- Lime zest (optional)
Amounts are included in the printable recipe below (scroll down).
REMOVING POPSICLES FROM MOLDS
To unmold, turn the popsicle molds sideways and run them under warm water for 5 -15 seconds. Then, slowly and carefully remove each popsicle. If the popsicles are stick in the mold, run them under the warm water for a few more seconds; make sure you don’t melt the pops.
CAN I MAKE POPSICLES WITHOUT A MOLD?
Yes, you can! You can use a muffin tin. If you decide to use a muffin tin, tightly wrap the top of the mold with aluminum foil (trying to prevent the foil from touching the popsicle mixture). Then poke your popsicle sticks through the foil, and they will stand upright!
STORING EASY 3-INGREDIENT KEY LIME POPSICLES
To store popsicles, remove them from molds. Place on a large baking sheet or plate and freeze for a few minutes, about 15 – 20 min, until completely frozen again. Then place them in a freezer-friendly container or plastic bag. Freeze for up to 3 months.
Easy 3-Ingredient Key Lime Popsicles
- 2 cups (480 ml) Simply Limeade® (see notes)
- ½ cup (145 g) Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 12 oz ( 340 g) vanilla Greek yogurt ( I used whole milk)
- 2 teaspoons lime zest (optional)
- Combine all ingredients together in a large measuring or a mixing bowl, preferably one with a pour spout. Whisk until well combined and smooth.
- Pour the mixture into your popsicle molds and insert the popsicle sticks.
- Freeze for about 5 – 6 hours or overnight (best).
- To unmold, turn the popsicle molds sideways and run them under warm water for 5 -15 seconds.
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Originally posted in 2017, post content edited to add more helpful information, no change to the recipe in June 2021.