This recipe for Orange Creamsicle Jello Whips is a creamy, fruity, sugar-free treat with only 35 calories. It's fun to make and wonderful to eat.
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Man oh man. I watched the live-action Aladdin movie last night, so I've had those songs in my head this morning as I made these Orange Creamsicle Jello Whips. And now I shall pass this earworm onto you. (here's the video)
Catchy, am I right?
But let's focus. 😐
I'm here to share a recipe for Orange Creamsicle Jello Whips, a most delicious treat. It's this very easy-to-make dessert with zero sugar and 35 calories. I predict that this creamy fruity whip will become a favorite in your household. It's certainly on the Top 10 Desserts list in mine.
So let me show you how to make them.
- Orange Sugar-Free Jello
- boiling water
- ice water
- plain Greek yogurt
🌈 Other Sugar-Free Jello Flavors
You can use any flavor of Jello that you like in these Keto Jello Whips. The four brands that make sugar-free Jello are Jello-O, Royal, GramZero, and (somewhat surprisingly) Starburst. Usually, the only brands that you can buy in the supermarket are Jell-O and Royal, but you can find the other two on Amazon.
- Jell-O Brand Flavors: Cherry, Black Cherry, Lime, Lemon, Strawberry, Peach, Raspberry, and Orange
- Royal Brand Flavors: Strawberry, Lime, Orange, Cherry, Raspberry
- Starburst Brand Flavors: All Pink Strawberry, Blue Raspberry, Cherry
- GramZero Brand Flavors: Raspberry, Strawberry, Cherry, Lemon, Lime, Orange
🍚 Naturally sweetened Jello
I often hear from people who are concerned about the artificial sweeteners used in Jello. Well, I am happy to report that I've found a brand of gelatin that is naturally sweetened. It's the GramZero Jello that I mentioned. It is sweetened with Stevia, so it's a healthier way to go if you are worried about artificial ingredients.
- Add ¾ cup boiling water to a medium-sized bowl. Pour in Jello powder and stir until fully dissolved.
- Make 1 cup of ice water by measuring out 1 cup of ice, and pouring water in until it fills the cup.
- Add ice water to the dissolved Jello and mix until ice melts and Jello thickens.
- Add Jello mixture and 1 cup yogurt to a blender and blend on high for 30 seconds.
- Pour the Jello into serving glasses or a medium-sized bowl and chill for 2 hours.
This is hands down, the easiest recipe on this site. It's a low-calorie dessert that you can "whip up" in no time. And it's just perfect for snacking on as you belt out Aladdin songs.
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Orange Creamsicle Jello Whips
This recipe for Orange Creamsicle Jello Whips is a quick, 3 ingredient dessert, that could not be any easier to make.
- Prep Time: 5
- Cook Time: 5
- Total Time: 10 minutes
- Yield: 4 cups 1x
- Category: Dessert
- Method: Stovetop
- Cuisine: American
- Diet: Low Calorie
- 1 (.3oz) box of Orange Sugar-Free Jello
- ¾ cup boiling water
- 1 cup ice water
- 1 cup (8oz) plain non-fat Greek yogurt
Step 1. Add ¾ cup boiling water to a medium-sized bowl. Pour in Jello powder and stir until fully dissolved.
Step 2. Make 1 cup of ice water by measuring out 1 cup of ice, and pouring water in until it fills the cup.
Step 3. Add ice water to the dissolved Jello and mix until ice melts and Jello thickens.
Step 4. Add Jello mixture and 1 cup yogurt to a blender and blend on high for 30 seconds.
Step 5. Pour the Jello into serving glasses or a medium-sized bowl and chill for 2 hours.
- Serving Size: 1 cup
- Calories: 35
- Fat: 0
- Carbohydrates: 2
- Fiber: 0
- Protein: 6
Keywords: Orange Jello Whips, Sugar-FreeOrange Jello Whips
I used Oikos Pro, which is a high protein yogurt (I think it only comes in plain) and got over 8 gm of protein per serving. Yay!
Try freezing them as popsicles. Game changer
I tried with the sugar free lemon Jello and used lemon juice but it was so tart they were really sour if you like that taste. I also made them with the sugar free orange and it is wonderful. Will try the lemon again with plain water.
Was wondering if I could use the full sugar Jello because I don't like using sugar free? I just cut down on the serving to keep the calories low. I saved my small plastic fruit cups for my servings and glad I saved a bunch of lids when small yogurt cups had lids, (instead of just foil). The lids fit the plastic fruit cups perfectly and make a 1/2 cup size.
It should work with regular Jello.
I also let jello refrigerate until slightly set and then fold, or swirl, in the yogurt only slightly. This will result in some jello swirls and some yogurt swirls thru the dessert instead of fully blended.
UUGGH!!! Someone please help!! I used half non-fat Greek yogurt and half cream cheese. I am trying to make a THM fuel pull low calorie scrumptious dessert. 😬. How can I figure out the nutritional value for that??? I love to experiment but when it comes to the nutritional value I am no good:(😕
There are plenty of free apps to track nutritional values. I use the Lose It app to figure out the values on my recipes.
Nicole Normand says
Jennifer, like EmilyKrill says just use an app. All you have to do is input all the ingredients of your recipe. I thought it would be difficult too until I tried it and it's super easy. The app will give you the macros for fat, carbs, and protein; sometimes the calories too.
Nicole Normand says
When the children were young, I would make this with lime and shape it like an egg (huge egg) which is why I would say we're having dinosaur egg for dessert. The kids loved it. The teacher had no idea what I was making at home because I always came up with these "titles" for my meals and desserts.
I saw someone say pineapple and coconut; I'll have to search for coconut yogurt - never seen that before but probably just because I never looked for it either.
I've never seen coconut yogurt either, but I just looked it up and Noosa makes it. Another idea is to use plain yogurt, pineapple Jello and sprinkle coconut flakes on top. Stick to unsweetened coconut flakes though, because sweetened is a sugary sticky mess.
Re: coconut yogurt, you can add a few drops of McCormick’s coconut flavoring to your plain yogurt to get that coconut taste. .
Great idea. Thanks.
Nicole Normand says
Oh. Great. I actually have toasted coconut. Thanks for the tip.
I make this quite often. You can mix and match any flavor jello and any flavor yogurt. They are all wonderful. Coconut yogurt and pineapple jello, strawberry jello and strawberry yogurt or vanilla yogurt. Of course you may change the nutritional values if you start adding yogurt with fruit
Coconut pineapple sounds delicious.
This was a really yummy treat for someone who loves the taste of oranges! I substituted the water with Diet Orange Soda to see if it would work and it tasted even more fantastic.
Nice substitution. Thanks for sharing that tip.
Rebecca Armstrong says
This looks awesome! I'm a fan of whipped yogurts! A couple questions.... Where do you get your sugar free jello? And could I use nonfat plain yogurt? Thanks!
Nonfat yogurt is fine. My local grocery store sells Sugar Free Jello, but you can also order it from Amazon.
I made the orange per the recipe. Just wondering though why mine separated a little? Did I do something wrong? It still tasted good though.
No, nothing wrong. Sometimes the yogurt rises to the top and this causes there to be two layers.