Are you looking for a simple and refreshing treat? The kids (and you!) will go crazy for these Greek Yogurt Popsicles!
With just two ingredients needed, everyone is going to be pumped and ready to enjoy. There’s a reason that this is our go-to summertime treat – and I think that you’re going to agree.
Don’t waste your money on high-priced popsicles at the store when you can easily create your own. While you’ll have to be patient for a few hours so that they firm up, I promise you that they’re 100% worth the wait. SO GOOD.
Easy Fruit & Yogurt Popsicles
Making fruit & yogurt popsicles is as easy as dumping the ingredients in the blender and freezing the mixture. The hardest part is waiting, of course!
It’s also a great recipe to show the kids how simple it can be to create truly delicious treats that are nutritious and fun to eat.
You can use fresh or frozen fruit for this recipe, anything goes!
Can You Freeze Greek Yogurt for Popsicles?
Absolutely. The Greek yogurt will freeze without issue when mixed with the fruit. Just know that the texture of these popsicles is more of a creamy texture rather than icy, which is another thing that makes them delicious.
Be sure that when you’re mixing the ingredients, you let them mix together well. You want to have the perfect creamy balance of the yogurt and the fruit without having too big fruit chunks in the popsicles.
Craving mango? See how to make Mango Freezer Pops here.
How to Make Greek Yogurt Popsicles
Making fruit popsicles with Greek yogurt is really a breeze. All you need is your yogurt and strawberries – and you’re set! Just follow the simple instructions below so that you can pop them in the freezer.
Follow the directions below to make these incredibly addictive popsicles!
- Add the ingredients to the blender
In a blender, blend yogurt and strawberries until smooth.
- Pour into the molds
Pour yogurt mixture into popsicle molds and freeze for 4 to 6 hours, until firm.
Run under warm water to separate popsicle from mold and enjoy.
Want more refreshing treats and sweets? Check out my Fresh Fruit and Yogurt Breakfast Popsicles or this Easy Pineapple Dole Whip Recipe!
More Mix-Ins for Greek Yogurt Popsicles
We also love the versatility of these popsicles as well. You can easily change up the taste and flavor using some of the simple mix-ins and varieties below.
- 1 ½ cup diced raspberries
- 1 ½ cup blueberries
- 1 ½ cup diced peaches
- 1 ½ cup of any of your favorite frozen or fresh fruit
- ½ cup of chocolate chips
You can also mix in some hot fudge or even caramel sauce as well and let that freeze right into the popsicles.Print
Greek Yogurt Popsicles
This Greek Yogurt Popsicle recipe is so fast to make and loaded with flavor!
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Freezer: 4 hours
- Total Time: 4 hours 5 minutes
- Yield: 6
- Category: Desserts
- Method: Freezer
- 1 ½ cups vanilla Greek yogurt
- 1 ½ cups diced strawberries, fresh or frozen
- In a blender, blend yogurt and strawberries until smooth.
- Pour yogurt mixture into popsicle molds and freeze for 4 to 6 hours, until firm.
- Run under warm water to separate popsicle from mold and enjoy.
- Serving Size: 1
- Calories: 46
- Sugar: 3.7 g
- Sodium: 20.8 mg
- Fat: 0.3 g
- Saturated Fat: 0.1 g
- Trans Fat: 0 g
- Carbohydrates: 5 g
- Fiber: 0.8 g
- Protein: 6 g
- Cholesterol: 2.8 mg
really love your creativity on this but I am curious how the popsicles will taste without the honey or the syrup or even sweeten yogurt? Because all 3 contain lots of sugar (even though in case of honey is natural). I know kids love sugar but since we have more developed taste buds as adults, I think I try this without any of the sugar. Do you have more recipes for healthy popsicles?
Yum! Definitely giving these a go with my daughter!
This looks YUMMY! We have been experimenting with popsicle recipes and hope that the greek yogurt will make them softer than just the fruit and chia seed recipes we have done so far.
This is a SUPAH awesome idea! So creative, Laura!
thank YOU Tiffany!
Where can I buy Popsicle molds?
The ones I own are here or in the link provided in the post.
Kelly @ The Nourishing Home
Yum! This is one of our favorites in the summer! We call them yogurt smoothie pops. Oh I can’t wait for summer!! Hoping to see you, sweet friend!! xoxo
These are a bit thicker than the smoothie since the yogurt to fruit ratio is 1:1; however, the concept is the same 🙂
Kelly @ The Nourishing Home
totally! it would be hard to drink a smoothie at that ratio. 🙂 love to you!
This is what we do with left over smoothie.
I do that with smoothies too… but these are thicker and creamier… SO GOOD!
I LOVE this idea. My kids are never in the “mood” for breakfast but I bet that I could totally get them to eat these!
I bet a popsicle would do it Stephanie 🙂