Homemade 3-Ingredient Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles
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Need a simply sweet frozen dessert idea?
Take advantage of fresh summer strawberries and make some refreshing frozen treats. These simple homemade Strawberry Yogurt Pops require a blender, popsicle molds, and just three ingredients!
What could be more simple than blending together some fresh strawberries, creamy Greek yogurt, and cool almond milk? You may already have some of these ingredients on hand so you could make this cool and creamy treat at a moment’s notice!
When one of my Hip sidekicks tried this recipe, she used this 10-count silicone popsicle mold that she absolutely loves. It’s easy to fill, easy to clean, and the popsicles wiggle right out once they’re frozen!
Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles
yield: 10 SERVINGS
prep time: 3 HOURS
total time: 3 HOURS
Creamy and refreshing homemade strawberry yogurt pops are a great way to keep cool during the hot summer days!
- 1 pint fresh strawberries
- 3/4 cup Greek style yogurt
- 1/2 cup almond milk (or any milk or juice you want)
Add all ingredients to a blender. Blend ingredients on medium-high speed for 20-30 seconds, or until smooth. You may need to stop blending and scrape down the sides partway through.
Pour the strawberry blended mixture evenly into popsicle molds and add sticks if needed.
Allow the popsicles to freeze for at least a few hours, or until ready to enjoy. Easy peasy!
What a cool treat!
I love the idea of serving homemade popsicles as a dessert during the summer as no-fuss way to finish off a backyard barbecue. Better yet, these strawberry yogurt popsicles are made with only 3 ingredients so you know exactly what’s in them — no fillers or hard-to-pronounce foods! 🙌
These are always a hit so I hope you try them out, too!
Hip Tip: The first time I made this recipe, I halved the ingredients and it yielded just enough to make four of the large, cone-shaped popsicles (shown above) from a mold like this one. Aren’t these cone pops so cute?!
Popsicle molds come in all shapes and sizes, so you may want to try doubling this recipe if you want to fill large molds or make more popsicles.
Want more frozen treats? Check out these Homemade Otter Pops! ☝
Do you use plain or sweetened greek yogurt?
I use vanilla, but you can use plain if desired it’s all up to you 😀
if you want to keep calories low (or smartpoints low) you can “sweeten” the plain greek yogurt with 1 -2 teaspoons of Jello sugar free cheesecake (or vanilla) pudding mix. it won’t add any WW points (for anyone on Weight watchers or counting calories) , but it will make the yogurt so much richer. 🙂
Thanks for the suggestion!
Could you link the red ice pop mold you used? Looks adorable! 😃
Hey Belle! We used this 10-count silicone popsicle mold.
Do you think it would work with blueberries?