Back in my early days of blogging, I shared a simple recipe for Strawberry Yogurt Pops.
Strawberry Yogurt Pops & Mango Pops, Easy Frozen Fruit Pops
Today’s recipe is a variation of that pop using a mix of fruit – blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and sliced bananas. Mix the fruit with Greek yogurt and a little honey or agave nectar with a touch of vanilla. Blend until smooth or pulse to leave chunks of fruit.
Pour into popsicle molds or small paper cups and add your pop sticks. Freeze until solid and you have a wholesome, tasty snack or dessert for hot summer days. You can vary the fruit used based on what is season or what is on hand. I do think berries really make it special and like to include them whenever possible.
Fruit Frozen Yogurt Pops
Use organic when available. Makes 8 pops.
Fruit Frozen Yogurt Pops
- 2 cups Greek yogurt
- 2 cups mix of blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and sliced bananas
- 4 tbsp honey or agave nectar
- 1 tsp real vanilla extract
- Blend ingredients until smooth - or pulse & leave fruit chunks
- Pour into popsicle molds or paper cups with pop sticks
- Freeze for 5 hours
- Serve cold
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21 thoughts to “Fruit Frozen Yogurt Pops”
I love frozen pops of all kinds. Much needed in our warm weather. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
I am always looking for healthy frozen Popsicle recipes and we are going to be in the 90s today. This one looks delicious! Thanks Carol 😊
Love the colour so was already tempted but when I saw the ingredients you had me hooked and determined to make. #MMBC
I often make fruit pops but I’ve never thought of adding yoghurt – that would make it a really satisfying snack :o)
Delicious! This is basically how I make my daily smoothies, never thought of freezing in molds for popsicles. Thanks for sharing. 🙂
yes they really are frozen smoothies
Those look good — especially this week. We’re having a heat wave!
Great recipe and another one I am going to try! Thank you. #MMBC
… cool treat for a hot day.
This sounds and looks delicious! Must try soon! thanks for sharing!
I’m so happy you like it – Happy Monday!
Simple but stupendous. My grandkids would love those but i would get there first.
the Mango bliss seems to be something I´d like to try 🙂
I like the healthy twist you gave these by opting to use either honey or agave nectar. This really is the perfect no-guilt summer treat!
that’s my aim – to try and make something tasty yet healthier – thanks for the visit Heidi
My grandchildren really enjoy frozen yogurt with fruit added. I buy the large plain yogurt containers at Costco as we all love it. It’s healthy and refreshing. I add a bit of honey to it.
sounds like you have everything you need – happy summer!
These look amazing!! Thanks for sharing with us at Encouraging Hearts and Home. Pinned.
thanks for the pin!
These sound delicious and a good way to get some fruit into the kids! Pinning this one Carol.
Have a wonderful Sunday. 🙂
thanks for the pin Jayne – Happy Sunday!