Creamy Weight Watchers Key Lime Popsicles Recipe
Creamy Weight Watchers Key Lime Popsicles Recipe. Can you think of anything more refreshing on a hot summer day than a cold, creamy popsicle?
These key lime popsicles are the perfect summer treat! They’re creamy, tart, and refreshing – and they only require a few simple ingredients.
This 3 ingredient dessert is so easy to make. You will only need low-fat buttermilk, sugar, and fresh key lime juice.
The key lime juice gives them a tart kick, and the low-fat buttermilk make them rich and creamy.
They are low fat, gluten free, vegetarian, and low calorie.
These popsicles are the perfect balance of sweet and tart, and they’re sure to become a summertime favorite dessert in your house.
Weight Watchers Points
MyWW Points: 3 Green Plan
3 WW Smart Points
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Key limes are a type of citrus fruit that is native to Southeast Asia. The fruit is small and round, with a thin green skin and a sour, acidic flesh.
The flavor of key lime is often used in dishes that require a tart or tangy component, such as pies, cocktails, and marinades.
In the United States, the key lime is most commonly associated with the state of Florida, where the fruit is used in a number of local specialties, such as Key lime pie and Key limeade.
However, key limes can also be found in other parts of the world, including Mexico, Brazil, and the West Indies.
Table sugar, also known as sucrose, is a type of sugar that is derived from sugar cane or sugar beets. It is typically used in baking and confectionary, as it dissolves easily and has a relatively neutral taste.
Table sugar is composed of two simple sugars – fructose and glucose – which are connected by a chemical bond.
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Key Lime Pie Pops
- 1½ cups low-fat buttermilk
- ¼ cup sugar
- ¼ cup fresh key lime juice
- In a large mixing bowl, add low-fat buttermilk, sugar, and fresh key lime juice.
- Using a whisk, whisk ingredients until the sugar has dissolved.
- Using a food grade funnel, pour the mixture evenly between 6 popsicle molds.
- Place mold in the freezer for approximately 4 hours, or until the popsicles are frozen solid.
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