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Homemade Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles

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Strawberry Yogurt Popcycles

Take advantage of fresh summer strawberries and make some homemade and refreshing frozen treats. These simple Strawberry Yogurt Pops require a blender, popsicle molds, and just three ingredients!

Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles

Ingredients:

1/2 pint fresh strawberries
1/3 cup Greek style yogurt
1/4 cup almond milk (or any milk or juice you want)

How to nake easy strawberry yogurt frozen treats Hip2Save
Directions: Blend ingredients, pour into popsicle molds and freeze for a few hours. I personally love these Tovolo Ice Cream Pop Molds! This recipe made 4 popsicles from these molds.

Otter PopsWant more frozen treat recipes? Check out these Homemade Otter Pops!

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Comments 21

  1. CW

    I don’t have Popsicle molds. Any other suggestions? Thanks!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Dixie paper cups and Popsicle sticks?

    • Rachel

      They would be smaller but you could use ice cube trays and toothpicks.

    • Jennine

      You can find molds at any dollar store. Or Ice cube trays and plastic straws from Sippy cups.

    • CW

      Thank you – all great ideas!

    • Stacy

      Silicon cupcake molds work well, too. Or just freeze the whole thing on a plastic container, periodically scraping it to make a nifty shaved ice thing.

    • Lynne

      I make ‘Popsicles’ that my husband takes to work. I freeze them in individual sized glad containers. By the time lunch comes at work they turn into a slushee of sorts. If I eat it at home I sit it on the counter for 30 min and scrap it away for a cool treat.

      • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

        Smart!

  2. Lisa

    YUM! This would be “Trim Healthy Mama” approved with plain greek yogurt and stevia!

    • Charmel

      Doesn’t even need stevia. The fruit will sweeten it. I am thinking vanilla almond milk. Yummy THM dessert.

  3. Nilo

    Where to buy Popsicle sticks.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Party supply stores, Walmart, Grocery stores…look by the candy making supplies/sticks.

      • Nilo

        Okay, Thanks.

    • B

      Dollar stores tend to carry them too in their party section

  4. Lindsay

    Looks so yummy. Do you think this could be made using other fruit as well? Like fresh peaches or mangos?

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Sure! We love mangos and pineapple 🙂

  5. Tiffany

    Trying this with just Noosa yogurt (blueberry & strawberry rhubarb) and Almond Coconut Blend milk. Can’t wait for them to set!! If they turn out well, we’ll be having these all summer long! Thanks for the idea! 🙂

  6. Rebe

    What a healthy and yummy idea, I will secretly add some kale and baby spinach! 😉

  7. Colleen

    We just take a cookie sheet, a regular container of yogurt, and put small bite size dabs of it all over. Put in the freezer for an hour. We call them yogurt melts.

  8. Gina

    Fyi for the vegan peeps! You can sub soy yogurt or coconut yogurt (for Greek like consistency strain in cheesecloth or paper towel for a few hours or overnight) Happy eating!

    • K

      Cool idea. I’ll give it a try!

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