Key Lime Pie Popsicles

Key Lime Pie Popsicle - it's like frozen key lime pie on a stick!

I know that some of you are still digging out of the snow, but it doesn’t have to be summer to enjoy a popsicle. Ever since I purchased my new popsicle molds, I’ve been wanting to try these pops. Like ice cream, popsicles are relatively easy to make. Just mix up a creamy filling, freeze and you are ready to enjoy. These key lime pie popsicles are creamy, slightly tart and taste just like key lime pie. In addition to sharing these fun popsicles with you, I’ve also joined together with other bloggers to celebrate a special event.

Surprise! Today we are inviting you ALL to a virtual baby shower honoring Kelly from Life Made Sweeter and Hilary from My Own Blog Review. To celebrate, we are sharing 12 recipes and crafts that are ready to “pop”. Make sure to “pop” over and check out everyone’s posts. Congratulations Kelly and Hilary!

Scroll down to the end of this post for links to the other blogger’s recipes.

Key Lime Pie Popsicle - it's like frozen key lime pie on a stick!

I found this recipe on Smitten Kitchen last summer and have been wanting to make them ever since. To be honest, I’m not sure why it took so long to make these because they are SO GOOD! They taste just like key lime pie in popsicle form, so creamy and flavorful.

Key Lime Pie Popsicle - it's like frozen key lime pie on a stick!

Key Lime Pie Popsicle - it's like frozen key lime pie on a stick!

Key Lime Pie Popsicles

Yield: approx. 10 3-ounce popsicles

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup freshly squeezed key lime juice*
  • 2 teaspoons key lime zest*
  • 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • pinch of salt
  • 3 cups graham cracker crumbs

Instructions

  1. In a large bowl, combine juice, zest, condensed milk, heavy cream, milk and salt. Stir well until combined. Pour mixture into popsicle molds. Freeze for at least 6 hours, or until completely frozen.
  2. To remove popsicles from molds, dip in warm water for 10 to 30 seconds. Remove from mold and press each side into the graham cracker crumbs. Enjoy!

Notes

*You can use regular limes instead of key limes.

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Source: Smitten Kitchen, as originally printed from Fany Gerson’s Paletas

Make sure to stop by and check out all of the other fun recipes that are “Ready to Pop”!

12 Recipes that are ready to pop!

  1. Key Lime Pie Popsicles – Spoonful of Flavor
  2. Cheddar Bacon Crescent Poppers – A Little Claireification
  3. Sweet Indulgence Popcorn mix – It Bakes Me Happy
  4. “Pop”ular Tiramisu Blondies – Frugal Foodie Mama
  5. Lollipop Centerpiece – The Mandatory Mooch
  6. Buttered Popcorn Creme Brulee – Baking a Moment
  7. Orange Poppy Seed Scones – Cookie Monster Cooking
  8. Lemon Poppyseed Baked Donuts – Blahnik Baker
  9. Candy Popcorn Pops – Little Miss Celebration
  10. Lemon Drizzle Iced Poppyseed Cakes – What Jessica Baked Next
  11. Lemon Cheesecake Pops – What’s Cooking Love?
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92 Responses to Key Lime Pie Popsicles

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  2. What a totally adorable idea and popsicles! I love the flavour combination – so summery!!

  3. Oh man Ashley these look amazing, I can’t resist Key Lime anything!

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  5. Ashley, I love these pops and they are just perfect for the baby shower! Thanks so much for being such a great hostess and celebrating Kelly and Hilary – I’m so happy to be joining in the fun! Have a happy Monday!

  6. Lovely popsicles! Graham crumbs…a fantastic idea! :) ela

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  8. I feel like running out to the store right now just to get some limes so I can make this ASAP. These popsicles are perfect— Loving how you rolled them in graham cracker crumbs! pinned.

  9. These are such an awesome idea!! And what a great way to celebrate a new little baby!!!

  10. Oh these just scream SUMMER! I love-love-love key limes, so I know these will be made.

  11. Love key lime! It was 85 degrees last week where I am, so these will happen for me way sooner than some others!

  12. Alyssa says:

    These look fantastic and so refreshing. They would be perfect to have on a hot day.

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  15. These popsicles look amazing, Ashley! I love the key lime flavour as well- so good! Thanks again, for organising everything with the party, was great fun to take part in! :)

  16. These will be perfect for the warmer weather we are supposed to be having this week! Looks delicious, Ashley! Pinned :)

  17. These will be so lovely to have when it finally warms up around here! I adore key lime!

  18. Yay! The first popsicles of the season (at least for me). I am so excited to see these and key lime pie is such a great flavor!

  19. These is such a great idea! Sounds delicious.

  20. Ashley says:

    I’ve had these popsicles bookmarked since I saw them too! And you’re totally right – I’ll eat popsicles / ice cream any time of the year! Thanks for organizing the shower Ashley!

    • Ashley says:

      Thanks so much for joining us, Ashley! I hope you get a chance to try the popsicles soon because they are so good. I can’t believe I waited this long to make them.

  21. marcie says:

    It’s never too cold for ice cream or frozen treats in my book! I love key pie and it has to taste just as great frozen — looks delicious. :)

  22. These just look AMAZING, Ashley! My Hubs would die so I have to try making them. Such a fun shower and thanks for including me! Pinned!

  23. I love key lime pie! And I bet it’s even more refreshing in popsicle form! Such a cute idea and I love the crumbs on the outside. Thanks so much for organizing this event, Ashley! I had a blast with it! :D PS- I’m pinning your pops!

  24. These do look amazing! Thanks for sharing! :)

  25. Meseidy says:

    I LOVE key lime pie! Going to save this one for a hot day!

  26. These are the cutest popsicles! And I think it’s so cute that you all are doing a virtual baby shower! These popsicles look fantastic and I love that you added graham cracker crumbs to some of them. Love it! :)

    • Ashley says:

      Thanks so much for the sweet comment, Beth! Baby showers, whether virtual or not are always fun when food is involved :)

  27. These are so fun!!! My family is going to love them.

    ~Cheryl
    http://snaps-of-ginger.blogspot.com/

  28. These look amazing, Ashley!! A total must make this summer :)

  29. This is such a great idea! These pops look amazing!

  30. Kelly says:

    Oh my goodness, what an amazing and sweet surprise Ashley! Thank you so much to you and the other sweet and fabulous ladies for throwing this virtual shower for Hilary and I. My eyes are tearing up – so super thoughtful and sweet of you to organize this!
    I absolutely love the “pop” theme and these key lime pie popsicles – they look incredible! I love love love citrus treats and am totally drooling over these – they are perfect for this occasion and spring – pinning these gorgeous beauties and wish I had a few to celebrate with all of you amazing ladies :)
    Congratulations to Hilary and can’t wait for the arrival of her sweet baby boy too. Thank you again for organizing this shower sweet dear friend *big big hugs*

    • Ashley says:

      Yay! I’m so happy that you were surprised. I can’t think of a more sweet and gracious person to celebrate than you, Kelly. And while I wish that we could really get together and enjoy all of these delicious treats, I’m glad that we were able to celebrate together on our blogs. I hope you are enjoying your new baby girl. Congratulations! Hugs!

  31. ouhhh man does this sound awesome! I love anything i’ve tried from Smitten Kitchen, so this is bound to be good. Have you tried her peach shortbread?! To die for. I made it sooooo much last summer. Cute idea for the virtual shower. Love it. Thanks for sharing, Ashley :)

    • Ashley says:

      I haven’t tried her peach shortbread, but now I am definitely adding it to my list of things to try. Sounds perfect for summer! Thanks so much for stopping by, Kelly!

  32. I LOVE key lime, so these popsicles are right up my alley! Yum! Love the graham cracker crumbs too! Perfect. :)

  33. I love key lime pie!! This is going to be my new favorite popsicles. My molds have been sitting for too long. Thank you so much for organizing and planning the shower. It was fun to work with you!

  34. I love these virtual baby showers. They are so much fun!

    You picked the perfect treat, Ashley :) I haven’t had a chance to make any popsicles, but these will be at the top of my to-make list!

  35. Yummy popscicles!! I love key lime and these are putting me in a summer mood!!

  36. What a great excuse to make these delicious popsicles! Love Kelly. :)

  37. Love Smitten Kitchen!! These pops look amazing. The graham cracker crumbs really take them to the next level. Gotta make these.

  38. Awwhhh what a lovely idea for the girl’s babyshower!! These popsicles look so delicious and fresh! How I’d love to be eating one of them right now!!

  39. Ahhh I love key lime!!! What a great idea!! Pinning!

  40. Ooo these look lovely! I really like how you’ve added the graham cracker crumbs around the popsicles, that’s pretty cool. And you guys are so sweet throwing a virtual baby shower. Adorbs!

  41. These popsicles look so pretty. I love how the graham cracker crumbs give all the key lime pie flavors!

  42. LOVE these popsicles, Ashley! Key lime pie rocks!

  43. Joanne says:

    This theme just makes me so happy! It’s adorable in a major way. Also, if there’s one thing I love – it’s key lime pie! I’m so excited to see it in popsicle form!

  44. Those are so cute Ashley, and they look delicious!! Such a fun idea for a baby shower. :)

  45. These are adorable Ashley. I love key lime pie!!!

  46. Linda Warren says:

    Love these and what better way to use my key limes from my backyard tree than a frozen treat. After all, living in Florida, we can use the cool down. Thanks for sharing on Buns In My Oven.

  47. These look delicious! I love key lime pie so I am positive I need to try these ASAP! Thanks for sharing!

  48. Brooke says:

    Oh wow, so many delicious looking recipes!! Can you believe that I have never had key lime pie?? I know…I can’t believe it either!! I might just have to try it in popsicle form first. These look delicious! I eat mostly vegan these days so hopefully I’ll have some luck with my substitutions, otherwise this might have to be a cheat treat for me! Beautiful pictures.

    • Ashley says:

      I can’t believe you’ve never had key lime pie, Brooke! Maybe it’s the Floridian in me, but key lime pie reminds me of summer at the beach :) You know, I bet you could make them vegan. I haven’t tried it yet, but I might have to try next time.

  49. Key lime pie in popsicle form sounds PERFECT!

  50. Ahhh!! This makes me SO excited for summer! What an awesome idea and beautiful photos. Love the graham cracker “crust” on these popsicles!

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  53. The Key Lime Pops are incredible, I can not wait to make these for my boys. Thank you so much for sharing these with us!

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