Peach Ice Cream Bars

Creamy and delicious keto Popsicle! With just 5 minutes of prep and a couple of hours in the freezer, you will have tasty low carb ice cream bars! These Peach Ice Cream Bars are so easy to make.

Fresh and juicy peaches with creamy dairy mixed in a delicious ice cream bar. This Peach Ice Cream Bars recipe is super easy to make and only takes a couple of minutes to make.

Keto peach ice cream bars on a metal tray with ice and fresh peaches and a bottle of ChocZero Peach Syrup.
Keto peach ice cream bars on a metal tray with ice and fresh peaches.

How To Make Keto Ice Cream Bars?

It is super easy to make keto ice cream bars. Follow the few simple steps below! You, your kids, your family, your friends are going to love this recipe! The full list of ingredients and instructions are in the recipe card at the bottom of this post.

  • Cut a peach in half and remove the core. Slice the halves and then dice them.
  • Take your Popsicle molds and put the diced peach evenly in each mold but set aside some for the ice cream mixture.
  • Add the cream cheese, heavy cream, ChocZero syrup, the rest of the diced peaches and erythritol into your blender.
  • Mix on high until the cream gets thick, but not too thick so it is still easy to pour.
  • Pour evenly into each mold over the diced peaches until it is full. Place a Popsicle sticks into each one until about half way in. Place in the freezer for a couple of hours until solid.
  • When removing the ice cream bars, run the outer mold under hot water for 30 seconds to loosen up before removing. Keep in the freezer and enjoy!

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Keto peach ice cream bars on a white surface and fresh peaches.

Sugar Free Ice Cream Bars!

It can be difficult to find delicious and low carb ice cream bars in the store. There are some really good ones out there recently but they can be pricey! Why spend the money when you can take a few minutes in the kitchen and make your own delicious keto ice cream bars!?

There are so many ways you can make them homemade. Another delicious way of making these are when they are done freezing. You can remove them and dip them in melted chocolate then freeze them. Now you have chocolate coated peach ice cream bars! Yum! Another delicious dairy free option is our Blueberry Coconut Popsicles. A delicious keto ice cream recipe is our Strawberry Ice Cream.

Keto peach ice cream bars on a metal tray with ice and fresh peaches.

More keto dessert recipes!

We have tons of easy and delicious keto desserts on the blog. Here are some of our favorite low carb desserts we have on the blog! You can also see all of our recipes here.

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Creamy & delicious keto Peach Ice Cream Bars recipe. 5 minute prep low carb ice cream with fresh and juicy peaches! A tasty sugar free treat. #ketoicecream #lowcarbicecream #sugarfreepopsicle
Peach Ice Cream Bars

Peach Ice Cream Bars

Yield: 8
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 5 minutes

Creamy & delicious keto Peach Ice Cream Bars recipe. 5 minute prep low carb ice cream with fresh and juicy peaches! A tasty sugar free treat.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Cut a peach in half and remove the core. Slice the halves and then dice them.
  2. Take your Popsicle molds and put the diced peach evenly in each mold but set aside some for the ice cream mixture.
  3. Add the cream cheese, heavy cream, ChocZero syrup, the rest of the diced peaches and erythritol into your blender.
  4. Mix on high until the cream gets thick, but not too thick so it is still easy to pour.
  5. Pour evenly into each mold over the diced peaches until it is full. Place a Popsicle sticks into each one until about half way in. Place in the freezer for a couple of hours until solid.
  6. When removing the ice cream bars, run the outer mold under hot water for 30 seconds to loosen up before removing. Keep in the freezer and enjoy!
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1 bar
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 166Net Carbohydrates: 3.8g

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