Kids and adults love these healthy sugar-free berry popsicles on a stick.

It’s summer, you’re hot. The good news is you can cool down with guilt-free, sugar-free layered berry cheesecake ice cream.

Scroll down and watch the quick little cooking video to see how to make these sweet treats without getting messy hands using my secret trick.

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Layered berry cheesecake popsicles

If you love delicious keto desserts these are the 34 best keto desserts made with cream cheese (you have to try).

How to make a layered cheesecake

There are two simple layers. One berry layer and a simple cheesecake layer.

Sugar-free berry cheesecake ice blocks are a wonderfully smooth and creamy healthy frozen dessert that has no added sugar. The only sugar (3g) in the nutrition panel, comes from the low sugar berries.

It’s often ice cream that can ruin your macro goals for the day. But as soon as you learn how to make healthy frozen desserts such as these layered popsicles, keto chocolate lasagna or peanut butter popsicles, the easier it is to stay on track with your goals.

Having a few single-serve keto desserts in your fridge or freezer can become a lifeline when a sugar craving strikes. Individual mini keto raspberry swirl cheesecakes or mini lemon meringue pies are two popular keto recipes to make for beginners.

Serving suggestions

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Sugar free layered berry cheesecake ice cream

You may want to dip the frozen ice cream in dark chocolate or sugar-free chocolate once they are completely frozen.

You could also sprinkle with dried raspberries, chopped nuts or dip in a sugar-free caramel sauce.

This is a great recipe for your children to get involved in the kitchen. They’ll have a fun time creating the coloured layers. You could even swirl them with a skewer before popping them into the freezer to set instead of layers.

How to cut the carbs further

If you want them to be even lower in sugar, you could omit the berry layer and use lemons or limes. This is perfect if you are on a low-carb diet, keto diet or simply wanting to reduce the impact food has on your blood sugars.

To make this quick substitution, simply add some lemon or lime zest and some juice to the cream cheese layer, and you would have a citrus cheesecake ice block.

cheesecake popsicles on a baking sheet
Berry layered cheesecake popsicles

More easy sugar-free ice creams

As you can probably tell, my kids love ice cream and popsicles, but when you see how much sugar and other nasties go onto a regular ice block, you’ll want to start making your own.

I have plenty of sugar-free ice cream recipes on the website, yogo berry sugar-free ice blocks, frozen berry popsicles (covered in chocolate), and sugar-free chocolate mixed berry popsicles (with hidden spinach).

And now, there’s even a mocha popsicle, brandy popsicle and a vegan peanut butter ice cream.

frozen sugar-free popsicles on a plate with fresh berries and drizzled with chocolate
Delicious sugar-free ice cream on a stick (popsicles).
cheesecake popsicles on a baking sheet

Sugar Free Berry Cheesecake Popsicles Recipe

Sugar free berry cheesecake ice blocks (pops) are a cute way to freshen up on a summers day. They’re filling, they’re colourful, they’re healthy and they taste amazing. Children and adults alike love these.
3.65 from 17 votes
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Cuisine: Gluten Free, Grain free, LCHF, Low Carb, No Sugars, Wheat Free
Keyword: Sugar-free ice cream
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 4
Calories: 229kcal
Author: Thinlicious.com
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  • Popsicle mold


Berry Layer

  • 100 g berries fresh or frozen
  • 2 tbsp granulated sweetener of choice or more to your taste
  • 1 tbsp water

Cheesecake Layer

  • 225 g cream cheese block
  • 2 tbsp granulated sweetener of choice or more to your taste
  • 2 tbsp heavy whipping cream
  • 1 tsp lemon juice


Berry Layer

  • Place all the ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth. Adjust sweetener to your taste.
  • Pour into a zip lock bag and zip to close.

Cheesecake layer

  • Place all the ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth. Adjust sweetener to your taste.
  • Spoon into a zip lock bag and zip to close.

Sugar Free Berry Cheesecake Ice Block Layers

  • Cut a small corner from each zip lock bag. Gently squeeze as shown, a small layer of the berry mixture into each ice block/ice pop mold.
  • No begin to add a layer of the cheesecake mixture on top.
  • Repeat until all the berry and cheesecake mixtures are used.
  • Place the ice block/ice pop stick in each hold and place in the freezer until completely frozen.



Serving: 1ice blockCalories: 229kcalCarbohydrates: 4gProtein: 3gFat: 22gFiber: 1gSugar: 3g

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  1. I really love the way these ice blocks look visually. That has to be my favorite part and makes them so appealing to try.

  2. I decided to make this with some fresh strawberries I picked this morning (love berry picking season!) but was feeling especially lazy tonight, so instead of making your beautiful layers I just chucked all the ingredients together in the food processor. HOLY YUM the strawberry cheesecake mousse that came out might be my new favourite dessert! Thanks for the lovely recipe!

  3. I’m sorry, but can you please explain to me how these are sugar-free? Am I missing something? Was super excited when I saw the recipe on your blog but there’s sugar in both the berry and the cheesecake! Scratching my head here…

  4. Hi, what granulated sweetener did you use for the recipe? Thanks, Sarah

  5. Carole Cardwell says:

    I was wondering the same thing… Could all ingredients be thrown in at once. Looks like too much work to do the layers. Too hard for me to stand in one place.