Healthy Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles

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Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
3 hrs
Total Time
3 hrs 5 mins

These healthy sugar-free and dairy-free Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles are made with only 5 ingredients. They’re the perfect dessert to cool you down this summer!

Top view of several Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles over ice

Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles

After getting back from Michigan last night, I am convinced more than ever that Houston is hopelessly, dreadfully, unequivocally, uncomparably hot and humid! I got a little glimpse of the Midwest life for 4 days (the life I use to know and love for 22 years) and then got snapped back into reality as soon as that airplane door opened!

Sweat. Humid. Hot. Sticky.

Ahh… Home Sweet Home.

I will say though, when ya’ll are shoveling snow, I am grilling in my backyard, sipping wine, and sitting in 70 degree gorgeous weather. So there are tradeoffs. 🙂

Healthy sugar free and dairy free Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles made with only 5 ingredients! A perfect dessert treat to cool you down this summer! | #glutenfree #cleaneating #sugarfree

A stack of Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles with a bite out of the top one

As a way to cool down in the dreadful heat … frozen treats are our weapon of choice.

Have ya’ll seen the absurd amount of popsicle recipes on the web lately?

I mean seriously! Some gorgeous colored ones filled with fresh fruit and fun adult ones with a hint of alcohol. I was feeling a little left out of the popsicle world and that it was time to join in on all the fun! Let me tell you I’m so glad I did.

Its a great way to get that sweet tooth fix without all the calories or sugar! And believe me, lately I have had a serious sweet tooth!

These Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles took me less than five minutes to make and are swoon worthy! You literally just throw all the ingredients into a blender. Blend until smooth, pour into the popsicles molds and viola! Healthy sweet treats that your family will love.

This recipe has honey and bananas as the sweetener, cocoa powder for a slight chocolate hint, and creamy almond milk. However, if you wanted to use coconut milk or cashew milk in place of the almond milk you totally could.

Collage of Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles over ice and a little boy eating a popsicle

Tese bad boys are sugar free, dairy free, and filled with creamy fresh fruit chocolaty flavor! Woot Woot! A great option for the kiddos as a “cool down” treat after a long day of playing in the summer sun.

Now, lets talk about popsicle molds. Shall we? I have seen alot of the “Zoku ” brand out there. I haven’t used them yet so I cannot attest to their quality but I do know that they come in a four pack and can be quite pricey. I purchased the William Sonoma brand and love it! It has 8 popsicle molds, came with the popsicle sticks, and was only $14.97. So if you looking for more bang for your buck William Sonoma is the brand I recommend. 🙂

Top view of a stack of Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles over ice

As far as popsicle removal I have found that the best way to get the popsicles out is to get a large bowl, one that you can fit the entire popsicle mold container in. Fill the bowl up with warm (not hot water) and hold the popsicle mold in the water so that just a little bit of the top is showing.  Hold it there for thirty to forty five seconds and pull the popsicles straight up using the stick. If they aren’t coming out soak the mold a little more and try again.

I hope you and your family love these Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles as much as we do! Cheers!

Several Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles on ice cubes

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Healthy Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles

  • Author: Krista
  • prep_time Prep Time: 5 mins
  • cook_time Cook Time: 3 hours
  • total_time Total Time: 3 hours 5 mins
  • yield Yield: 8 popsicles 1x
  • category Category: Dessert
  • method Method: Freezer
  • cuisine Cuisine: American


These healthy sugar-free and dairy-free Chocolate Banana Split Popsicles are made with only 5 ingredients. They’re the perfect dessert to cool you down this summer!



  • 1 cup of almond milk
  • 2 bananas
  • 1/2 cup of frozen strawberries (could use fresh as well)
  • 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder
  • 2 teaspoons of honey


  1. Place almond milk, bananas, strawberries, cocoa powder, and honey into blender. Mix until smooth.
  2. Using a cup with a pour spout, pour mixture into popsicle molds.
  3. Place top on mold. Insert popsicle sticks. Place popsicle mold in freezer and freeze for at least 3 hours.
  4. To remove fill a large bowl with warm water.
  5. Place popsicle mold in warm water for 30-45 seconds. Remove from water and pull popsicles straight up of mold using stick.


  • Serving Size: 1 popsicle
  • Calories: 42
  • Sugar: 5 g
  • Sodium: 23 mg
  • Fat: 1 g
  • Carbohydrates: 10 g
  • Fiber: 2 g
  • Protein: 1 g
  • Cholesterol: 0 g

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40 Responses
  1. kim

    Hi,I just copied your healthy chocolate banana split Popsicle recipe and your recipe looks so good and tasty.I have a magic bullet blender and I will have to somehow cut back on your recipe for it to fit your recipe in my blender unless I go to the gnc store buy a better and stronger blender to make your recipe.
    I can only fit half of your recipe in my blender and I only have a six mould Popsicle .how can I make your recipe to fit a would that has six Popsicles?

    1. Krista

      You should be able to fit it in your blender. I would actually blend the bananas by themselves first and then you’ll be able to fit the rest of the ingredients. Pour the mixture in your 6 molds and drink the rest.. it’s basically like a smoothie anyways 🙂

  2. Angela Dixon

    hi! Great recipe!
    Is it necessary to cook down the strawberries a little in a sauce pan? I’m wondering what the difference would be if I did that compared to leaving it fresh. What do you think? Thanks so much!

  3. Mariah @ Mariah's Pleasing Plates

    Ugh humidity is awful! I am sorry. But this is a GREAT way to cool down. Those popsicles look heavenly. And how adorable is your son?!? So cute!

  4. Meg @ With Salt and Wit

    Oh holy humid! Its been awful the past couple of weeks! I need one of these popsicles ASAP to keep me cool and the baby probably wouldn’t mind 😉

    1. Krista

      Ok, when I first saw “with salt and wit” I had to think again .. oh thats right she just rebranded.

      You and the baby so need one of these to cool down this summer!

  5. Ala

    Just made a mental note of all the ingredients so I could make them ASAP. Really looking forward to it–I could use the treat this week! Cheers for sharing, Krista!

  6. Heather - Butter&Burlap

    Seriously loving this recipe! And you’re so right, there are so many popsicle recipes right now!! It’s popsicle madness! Great recipe, Krista! Definitely gong to get the Williams Sonoma molds… can’t beat that price!

    1. Krista

      haha… serious popsicle madness! I thought last summer was insane but this summer definitely beats out last summers popsicle madness! 🙂

      Yes, go to WS and get these molds. Plus they have lots of other fun designs including a push pop. 🙂

  7. Deb @ Cooking on the Front Burner

    These do look great Krista so this winter I’ll be picturing you at 70 degrees while I’m shoveling – or perhaps watching the hubs do it instead!

    1. Krista

      haha.. yup… sorry for the imagery. 🙂 But to make you feel better, I lived with the snow for 21 years and then I got smart married and moved down south. 🙂 hehe

  8. Brittany

    This recipe looks great and is definitely a healthier version compared to others! However, as someone replied to the canned tweet I shared of your recipe, this is NOT sugar free as it contains strawberries, bananas and honey. It would be a refined sugar-free recipe, though. I calculated the nutrition info and found there are about 5 grams of sugar per popsicle, which is pretty good. Thanks for sharing this healthier alternative!

    1. Krista

      Yeah I saw the response on twitter Brittany, and appreciate your clarification. Refined sugar free is a better way of putting it. Hope you get a chance to make these this summer! Its a great healthy alternative, basically like a frozen smoothie on a stick! hehe 🙂

  9. Alex Caspero MA,RD (@delishknowledge)

    Your little one is so cute! These popsiclaes look amazing and so refreshing. Can’t wait to make these! I found some inexpensive popsicle molds at Cost Plus and I love the look of them.

    1. Krista

      Oh.. Cost Plus is a great place to find inexpensive items as well. Plus its just a cute place and makes me happy when I walk in> 🙂

      Hope you like the popsicles Alex!

  10. Liz @ The Lemon Bowl

    I had so much fun with you this weekend and am so grateful for our quality time together. Glad you got a taste of #PureMichigan! Can’t wait to see you in October!! xoxoxo

    1. Krista

      I had a blast with you as well. Its fun being silly together but also having regular heart to heart talks! You are such a blessing!

      Pretty sure I need to MOVE to #puremichigan in the summer! Ah-mazing! Can’t wait to see you in october too!

  11. Melissa @ Treats With a Twist

    Oh these sounds SO decadent and delicious!! And I love the ingredient list!
    I always have trouble unmolding my popsicles! So frustrating 🙂

  12. Danae @ Recipe Runner

    Haha! I think your little boy is loving those popsicles, so cute! That’s probably what I’d look like eating them too! 😉

    1. Krista

      Yes he is! The funny thing is I shot these photos at like 10am and I gave him a popsicle! hehe! But i figured they are basically like frozen smoothies so its okay. 🙂

  13. Kacey @ The Cookie Writer

    Woohoo! Time to use up all the bananas I have on hand (and my daughter will be none-the-wiser that these are healthy!)

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