Strawberry Monk Fruit Popsicles

Jul 27, 2020 06:00:00AM

If you have a harvest of strawberries that need to become something better, these easy to make strawberry popsicles come together with just a few ingredients. Or buy a bunch of the un-pretty organic strawberries that you'll find on sale throughout the season (pro tip to save money, especially when looks don't matter)'re going to mush them up anyway! 

Strawberry Monk Fruit Popsicles


Nothing tastes as much like summer as strawberries. With a hefty portion of strawberries needed to make these popsicles, you're sure to get your fix—not to mention lots of memorable snapshots of family with stained lips and giant smiles. These sweet and tangy popsicles are sure to please every crowd.

Ingredients for Strawberry monk fruit popsicles


  • 4 cups fresh ripe strawberries

  • 1/4 cup Lakanto Maple Syrup

  • 1 Tbsp lemon juice

  • pinch of salt 

Simple instructions to make strawberry popsicles

    • Bend all ingredients in high-speed blender until smooth.
    • Taste to adjust sweetness. 
    • Pour into popsicle mold. 
    • Freeze for 8 hrs or until solid.
    • Recipe makes 8 popsicles


Pro Tip: Add a creamy swirl by layering with a bit of yogurt sweetened with Liquid Monkfruit Extract drops.

Nutritional Information

Strawberry Monk Fruit Popsicles Nutritional Information - Lakanto Recipes

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Dear Ellen- the classic monkfruit will become “crunchy” and unless you prefer a candy crunch added to the recipe I suggest you try Lakanto’s Baking Monkfruit powder instead. It should turn out amazing ;)


I recently made a lemon birthday cake with homemade lemon curd filling and buttercream icing I used Classic monkfruit in all of them. The next day the lemon curd especially tasted grainy, like the sweetener had not dissolved. I followed the recipes precisely. Any ideas on what went wrong?

Ellen Pulley

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