Jay Robb Pops:
Make your Jay Robb Shake in the blender as normal, skipping the ice. Ideas: Vanilla with Blackberries, Blueberries or Raspberries (the are lowest sugar fruits) or anything else you can make from a Jay Robb shake.
Use low sugar Greek yogurt, like Fage, and a small amount of fruit (again Blackberries, Blueberries or Raspberries are the best BFC choices especially yogurt has sugar of its own). Place in a blender until smooth and pout into molds. Adding a whole berry to each pop would make it look pretty too. Remember the Greek Yogurt is really tart, and not sweet at all. If you want it sweeter you will need to add some Stevia to the blender.
Sobe or Zevia Pops:
Simply fill up the mold with the Sobe or Zevia. You can layer it by filling partially with one flavor/color, let it freeze to a slush, add another flavor/color and freeze again. You can drop in a few berries or squeeze in a bit of lemon or lime to give it a kick. This works with any of Low Sugar sodas out there, consider Blue Sky Free or Virgils Diet for sweeter tastes. My kids liked these.
I used green iced tea to make some pops and had them pool side. They a were nice and refreshing, but nothing fancy. But maybe the Chocolate Teas would be even better, I will have to try that!
I moved from Colorado to California a little while ago, and lots of things got sold/given away/lost in the move. I had a whole collection of barely used popsicle molds before the move. Now I have none. Its frustrating. You can use dixie cups, ice cube trays, simple plastic molds or really fancy ones. I used the dixie cups with chop sticks cut in half for my experiments, but I think I might "splurge" for some of the neat molds (see below).
I thought these would be fun to try this summer and not a bad alternative for the kids too. I'm moving my kids to Low Sugar diets slowly, but surely. Have any of you tried this too? Leave your popsicle recipes in the comments!
I found some really neat molds at good prices at Amazon here: