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Yogurt Popsicles

Easy fruit & yogurt popsicles are my toddlers' favorites. They like vanilla & strawberry Greek yogurt, but this creamy popsicle recipe works with them all! :: DontWastetheCrumbs.com

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5 from 2 reviews

These 3-ingredient yogurt popsicles are super fun and easy to make! Mix and match any combination of fruit, yogurt, and sweetener for a healthy, simple, and perfect summertime treat.


  • 2 cups yogurt (any flavor)
  • 12 cups fresh fruit (any variety that compliments your flavor of yogurt), chopped into ¼” pieces if necessary
  • 2 Tbsp local raw honey (or any sweetener of your choice), optional


  1. Put fresh fruit in a large bowl. Cut large pieces down to roughly ¼” in size so that they fit in the popsicle molds. If you want a swirl effect, lightly mash the fruit against the side of the bowl.
  2. Add yogurt and raw honey (if using) and fold together. Take care not to over-stir if you want visible swirls in your popsicles. Taste and adjust sweetener, if needed.
  3. Carefully pour into the popsicle mold and freeze until solid, a minimum of 2-3 hours.
  4. Rinse popsicle molds under hot tap water to loosen the popsicle and enjoy!


  • If you need to make a big batch, you can store the popsicles (once they’re frozen) in a container with a lid or in a freezer bag instead of in the mold itself. Make sure to remove as much air as possible from the freezer bag to avoid freezer burn.
  • Our popsicles were frozen for 2-3 hours on the top shelf of a standard side-by-side fridge/freezer.
  • You can use popsicle sticks instead of the holders that come with the pop molds. This is a great option if your family is prone to losing things, or if you’re taking them on a walk to the pool or park.
  • Boost the nutrition of these yogurt popsicles even more by adding grass-fed collagen. (Here’s why collagen is healthy for you.)