The worst part of a hangover is the way you feel, and a keto hangover is a struggle. Make these popsicles now + eat later when you party a little too hard.

Sometimes, you have a little too much to drink. We've all been there. When you wake up with that headache, the first thing you need to do is pull yourself together and do some damage control. These keto-friendly popsicles are amazing (and my little secret) for feeling better when you just feel like crap.

Why Electrolytes are so important

If you don't already have an electrolyte powder, I highly recommend you get some. If you're on a keto diet, it's almost 100% necessary to have this on hand. Electrolyte powders contain essential vitamins and minerals (Vitamin C, Potassium, Magnesium, etc) that help you recover from keto flu. I take a serving of electrolytes every single day and I don't deal with any keto flu symptoms. My personal favorite electrolyte mix is Ultima Replenisher, though I've tried some other flavors and they all pretty much do the job. Here's a review of Ultima Replenisher if you want a great comparison of the different flavors (and a rank from most to least favorite). The other big helpers in this recipe are the salt, which aids in water retention (read: hydration) and lemon juice (a little extra burst of vitamin C).

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You don't have to be hungover to have these, even though it's in the name. I also keep these on-hand for post workout refreshers and throat soothers when I'm not feeling too great. It can be tricky to find clean, sugar-free cold and flu helpers; keep these in your freezer so you're prepared just in case you catch a seasonal cold and need a pick-me-up.

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I hope you enjoy these keto hangover helpers, and if you try them, let me know in the comments!

Yields4 Servings
Prep Time5 minsCook Time6 hrsTotal Time6 hrs 5 mins

Ingredients Needed
 1 Packet unflavored gelatin
 2 Scoops Ultima electrolyte powder
 ½ cup Frozen berries
 2 cups Hot water
 1 tbsp Lemon juice
 ½ tsp salt
Tools Needed
 Popsicle mold

1

Evenly distribute your frozen berries between the popsicle mold. I prefer to use raspberries or blackberries since they're low carb and break up easily. Some other keto-friendly options are strawberries and blueberries. The nutrition facts here are provided with raspberries.

2

Boil your water, pour into a bowl, and sprinkle gelatin mix on top. Don't pour the whole packet in at once. We want to allow it to "bloom," so that it doesn't have any clumps. This will take 3-5 minutes.

3

Stir in gelatin until dissolved. Add the rest of your ingredients to the gelatin liquid and stir until completely mixed. I used watermelon flavored Ultima for these photos, but you can use any flavor you prefer.

4

Pour gelatin mixture into popsicle molds and place into freezer for 6-8 hours or until frozen.

Ingredients

Ingredients Needed
 1 Packet unflavored gelatin
 2 Scoops Ultima electrolyte powder
 ½ cup Frozen berries
 2 cups Hot water
 1 tbsp Lemon juice
 ½ tsp salt
Tools Needed
 Popsicle mold

Directions

1

Evenly distribute your frozen berries between the popsicle mold. I prefer to use raspberries or blackberries since they're low carb and break up easily. Some other keto-friendly options are strawberries and blueberries. The nutrition facts here are provided with raspberries.

2

Boil your water, pour into a bowl, and sprinkle gelatin mix on top. Don't pour the whole packet in at once. We want to allow it to "bloom," so that it doesn't have any clumps. This will take 3-5 minutes.

3

Stir in gelatin until dissolved. Add the rest of your ingredients to the gelatin liquid and stir until completely mixed. I used watermelon flavored Ultima for these photos, but you can use any flavor you prefer.

4

Pour gelatin mixture into popsicle molds and place into freezer for 6-8 hours or until frozen.

Keto “Hangover Helper” Popsicles