Strawberry Yogurt Pops & Mango Pops, Easy Frozen Fruit Pops

It’s a hot and humid Florida summer here, and a refreshing and healthy cold fruit popsicle is a treat.  I like simple recipes which include healthy ingredients and lower sugar. You can increase the honey if desired for a sweeter treat.  Today I’m sharing Strawberry Yogurt Frozen Pops and Mango Frozen Pops (vegan).




Fresh strawberries and plain Greek yogurt with a little honey or agave nectar makes a healthy treat you don’t mind giving to the kids. You can use a blender or food processor, wooden sticks, and popsicle molds or paper cups.  These pops are great for breakfast, lunch, an afternoon snack, or even dessert in the evening.

I buy organic whenever possible.


Strawberry Yogurt Pops

Use organic when available. Makes 8 pops


Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Pops

A frozen summer treat with wholesome ingredients of fresh strawberries, Greek yogurt, and honey.
Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword frozen pops, frozen yogurt pops, popsicles, strawberry frozen yogurt pops
Servings 8 servings


  • 1 pint fresh strawberries hulled & chopped
  • 2 cups Greek yogurt
  • 2 tbsp honey or agave nectar
  • 1 tsp real vanilla extract


  • Blend strawberries, yogurt, honey, & vanilla until smooth - or pulse & leave strawberry chunks
  • Pour into popsicle molds or paper cups with pop sticks
  • Freeze until firm





For a vegan, dairy-free pop, we’re using fresh (or slightly thawed frozen) mango cut into chunks with coconut milk.  Mangos are not only a tasty tropical treat, they are healthy for us too.  They are an excellent source of dietary fiber and vitamin B6, as well as a good source of vitamin A and vitamin C. They are rich in minerals like potassium, magnesium and copper, and they are one of the best sources of quercetin, beta carotene, and astragalin.

Here in Central Florida,  mango season is July and August.  They were available the first week in July at my local farmer’s market. Yeah!  If you’ve never bought a fresh mango, here’s some tips. Don’t focus on the color as it’s not really the best indicator of ripeness. A good mango will have a slight give when squeezed. If it’s rock solid give it a few days until it softens. (Always ripen at room temperature or in a paper bag to speed the process up.) Also, a ripe mango will have a “fruity” smell at its stem ends. A ripe medium mango will provide about 2 cups of fruit.





Mango Pops

Use organic when available. Makes 6 pops.

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    Mango Frozen Pops

    A healthy and delicious frozen treat using mangos, coconut water, lime juice, and honey for a great summer treat.
    Course Dessert, Snack
    Cuisine American
    Keyword dessert, mango, mango frozen pops, snack
    Servings 6 pops


    • 2 cups mango chunks (fresh or slightly thawed frozen)
    • 2 tbsp coconut water
    • 1-2 tbsp tablespoons honey (to taste)
    • 1/2 tsp real vanilla extract


    • Blend or process mango, coconut water, honey, lime juice, and vanilla until smooth
    • Fill ice pop molds or paper cuts with pop sticks
    • Freeze 5 hours until firm



















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I was raised in Tennessee but have lived in Florida for many years. Love my small home in the Tampa Bay area and its developing garden. My decorating style is eclectic - some vintage, some cottage, all with a modern flair. Pursuing a healthier lifestyle. Spent many years in social services but am happily retired.

36 thoughts to “Strawberry Yogurt Pops & Mango Pops, Easy Frozen Fruit Pops”

  1. I pinned this one. I should make more ice pops of some kind. I went through so many after my sinus surgery on the 23rd. My throat hurt so bad.

  2. Tempting food photos, Carol! I have been trying to find a good popsicle recipe this week because the humidity is nuts. It’s funny, but none of my local grocery stores have any good popsicles lately. What I really want is to learn how to make a good rootbeer popsicle which nobody seems to have.

  3. These are just delightful! I love yogurt, grew up with it and spend two days a week eating pretty much just yogurt to maintain my gut flora:). It is how I can afford to indulge in beer. I will make your pops pronto!

  4. They look super yummy and very pretty all stacked up! Thanks for sharing the recipe with SYC.

  5. These looks so yummy Carol, I would love to try one of each right now 🙂 Thanks for sharing with us at Creative Mondays blog hop. You are one of my featured blogs this week :):)

  6. What a lovely, fresh and healthy summer treat, Carol. Your yogurt pops would be so refreshing on a hot summer day. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Hearth and Soul. Hope to see you at the party again this week!

  7. I can’t wait to try these! Thanks for sharing with us at the To Grandma’s house we go link party – I’ll be featuring this tomorrow morning when the next party starts!

  8. Oh my, those fruit pops look perfect for summer, Carol! I will have to make a vegan version with coconut yoghurt!! Thanks for linking up to the Friday Favorites linky party! 🙂


  9. oooh I haven’t made lollies in a very long time and now I feel really inspired, I’ve never even tried them with coconut or yoghurt. I’m going to get myself a lolly mould right now.

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