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With only six ingredients, these Strawberry Whipped Keto Pops are the perfect frozen dessert treat for sticking to your keto diet plan, and for indulging in something deliciously sweet, but without all of those pesky carbs!

A horizontal photo of a colorful bowl of  strawberry keto popsicles with strawberries and lime wedges.

Here at my house, we’re trying hard to lose weight by sticking to our new keto lifestyle eating plan.

If you’re unfamiliar with the keto diet plan, it’s basically avoiding unhealthy carbohydrates and incorporating healthy fats into your daily eating, which is why I developed this keto frozen dessert recipe.


**Please Note – The printable recipe card with detailed instructions and complete ingredient measurements for making Frozen Strawberry Whipped Cream Keto Pops is available near the end of this post. OR click on the “jump to recipe” button (found above) to be taken directly to the recipe.


A closeup vertical title text image of frozen whipped cream strawberry keto popsicles on a colorful polka dot napkin with limes and strawberries.

The ingredient list:

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Kitchen tools and equipment needed:

Closeup picture of a plate of whipped cream strawberry popsicles with lime wedges and strawberries on a pink checked tablecloth.

More about following a keto diet plan:

While it may seem counterintuitive to indulge in dishes made with heavy whipping cream, bacon, cheese, avocados, and eggs, after researching the keto eating plan you’ll find that these are the foods that feed the brain and encourage fat loss in the human body.

Contrary to what we were taught in the past, fat (good fats) doesn’t cause body fat. Sugar does.

If you’re interested in learning more about the keto eating plan, there is a wealth of information on the internet.

Naturally, you’ll read good things, and not so good things about the keto eating plan, but that’s basically true about anything and everything under the sun.

You can learn much more about the keto diet lifestyle by checking out articles at Keto Watt.

Overhead picture of a tray of strawberry cream popsicles with strawberries and lime wedges.

My experience with eating a keto diet plan:

What I do know is that we’ve been having success with the plan after the first month, and hardly ever feel hungry.

In addition, I’ve basically never once craved high starch foods like potatoes or bread since starting. I call that success right there!

**I’ll make sure to leave a few informative links about the keto eating plan at the end of this post if you’re interested in finding out more.

Want more Keto and low-carb recipes:

“This original Kudos Kitchen recipe for Speedy Keto Chicken Parmesan Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms is my fast and speedy riff on a traditional chicken Parmesan…with a twist!”

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“This Keto Creamed Spinach Casserole is a super easy low-carb side dish that is a perfect accompaniment to any main course entree. Or, it can be the main course itself if you’re living a vegetarian lifestyle.”

Overhead picture of creamed spinach casserole with a multi-colored napkin on the side.

Golden Almond Cake with Fresh Blueberry Orange Compote is keto-friendly, gluten-free, sugar-free and low carb. It’s simply delicious! Just ask my husband!” 🙂

Slice of almond cake on a china plate with fresh blueberries and an orange slice.

How to make strawberry keto popsicles using heavy cream;

  • Roughly chop approximately ½ pint of fresh strawberries.
  • In a large bowl, whip the heavy cream until soft peaks form and then add the protein powder (optional) and swerve sweetener.
How to make frozen strawberry whipped keto pops photo tutorial.
  • Fold the almond extract, chopped strawberries and a drop or two of red gel food color (optional) into the whipped cream mixture.
How to make frozen strawberry whipped keto pops photo tutorial.
  • Add fresh lime juice to the strawberry whip and spoon the mixture into the pop maker.
How to make frozen strawberry whipped keto pops photo tutorial.
  • Freeze the pops for 60 minutes then add the sticks to the pops.
  • Freeze until fully frozen.
  • To remove the pops from the form, run the individual plastic pop under running hot water or dip into a bowl of hot water.
  • Gently pull the stick to release the strawberry cream popsicle from the form, and enjoy!!
How to make frozen strawberry whipped keto pops photo tutorial.
A vertical title text photo collage of frozen strawberry popsicles with fresh strawberries and lime wedges.

Why add lime to the recipe? Can I leave it out?

  • You can leave it out, but I wouldn’t suggest it!
  • Because of the high-fat content of these strawberry whipped cream pops, the added lime juice cuts through that heaviness and gives brightness and lightness to these pop that really makes them, well, POP with flavor!

Can I make this recipe if I don’t have a stand mixer?

  • A stand mixer will make it easier to whip the heavy cream, but it’s not necessary.
  • A good hand mixer or some good old-fashioned hand-whipping will also work. It will only take a little longer.
  • For any of these methods, start with a bowl and beaters that have been well chilled for optimal whipping.

Frozen strawberry cream pops in a bowl with one having bites taken out.

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For additional fresh strawberry recipes (not necessarily of the keto variety), please click on the following titles for;

“A delicious combination of Mother Nature’s finest summer berries are pureed and then frozen, into this luscious and healthy low sugar Mixed Berry Sorbet.”

Petty bowl with scoops of strawberry sorbet on the left and an glass ice cream dish with a scoop of sorbet on the right with berries in the background.

Below is the printable recipe card along with the exact ingredient measurements and nutritional information for making today’s strawberry keto popsicles.

Creamy Dreamy Frozen Strawberry Whipped Keto Pops -

Frozen Strawberry Whipped Keto Pops

Renee – Kudos Kitchen
With only six ingredients, these Creamy Dreamy Frozen Strawberry Whipped Keto Pops are the perfect summertime frozen treat for sticking to your keto diet plan and for indulging in something deliciously sweet.
4.88 from 33 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
freeze time 4 hrs
Total Time 4 hrs 10 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 8
Calories 127 kcal


  • cups chopped strawberries , frozen and thawed works also
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 2 teaspoons fresh lime juice
  • 2 tablespoons protein powder , optional
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract
  • 2 tablespoons swerve sweetener
  • 3 drops red gel food color , optional


  • Whip the cream in a large bowl until soft peaks form.
  • Gently fold in the chopped strawberries, lime juice, protein powder, almond extract, and swerve sweetener. Add the gel food color (optional) and stir to combine.
  • Spoon the strawberry whip into pop molds. Freeze for 1 hour. Insert a popsicle stick, return to freezer and freeze until firm.



Tools and equipment:
large bowl, hand mixer, or stand mixer, spatula, cutting board, paring knife, measuring spoons, measuring cup, Popsicle mold.
Once frozen, to release the pops from the mold, run the plastic under running water, or dip the plastic pop molds into warm water for 5-10 seconds. Gently pull to release.


Serving: 1gramsCalories: 127kcalCarbohydrates: 7gProtein: 2gFat: 11gSaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 41mgSodium: 23mgSugar: 1g
Keyword Frozen keto popsicles, frozen strawberry whipped cream pops, strawberry whipped keto pops
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

As promised earlier, below are a few keto diet information links. I am in no way advocating this diet plan for you, or your family. It’s something that my husband and I feel confident in, and are seeing results.

Please do your own research and make up your own mind as to whether this eating plan is right for you.

Thank you so much for visiting me here today in my Kudos Kitchen! 

I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s frozen keto dessert recipe using heavy cream as much as I’ve enjoyed bringing it to you!!

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Recipe Rating


Wednesday 1st of July 2020

My kids love frozen popsicles, and especially strawberry. I will surely try these except for putting in protein powder and the coloring as I want everything to be as organic as possible. I also will be replacing the sweetener with honey thats what we are using now


Thursday 2nd of July 2020

I love how you're going to adapt the recipe for what your family likes. Enjoy the pops!! Take good care, Renee


Tuesday 30th of June 2020

These are delicious, easy and perfect for my keto plan!


Tuesday 30th of June 2020

Yay! Thanks, Beth!!


Tuesday 30th of June 2020

These are so delicious. My daughter and I are obsessed.


Tuesday 30th of June 2020

That's awesome! Glad to hear it, Ashley!


Monday 11th of May 2020

I just made this. I use 1 cup of strawberries and 1/2 cup blueberries and xylitol for the sugar. I mixed everything in the blender. So easy. Now I have to wait until is frozen. I didn't put any food color or protein powder.


Monday 11th of May 2020

I'm glad you made the recipe your own, Rosin! I gave you the inspiration, and you took it from there. WTG! Enjoy. I'm sure they will be yummy! Renee

Ashley F

Thursday 9th of January 2020

One of our favorite summertime snacks to eat with the kids! I like the touch of almond in these pops!


Friday 10th of January 2020

Thanks, Ashley. So glad the kids liked them as well. Enjoy!