Yogurt Fruit Popsicles
These Yogurt Fruit Popsicles are the perfect healthy treat for baby, toddler and kids this summer! They are easy to make with only 3-ingredients and with a prep time of less than 5 minutes. PLUS.. there are 8 easy fruit flavors you have to try!
Finally.. something both of my kids agree on – these popsicles are AMAZING!
When the bickering starts up, which nowadays seems to be happening almost hourly🙄, I simply suggest for us to all go to the front porch to have one of these yogurt popsicles. Every single time, my girls jump at this suggestion. And every single time, the bickering stops. Not sure this is going to win my any parenting awards.. but at least I didn’t lose my cool 😎.
Made with 3-simple ingredients – yogurt, fruit and honey, these popsicles couldn’t be simpler to make👊. Plus, they are filled with protein, probiotics, healthy fats, antioxidants and fiber. So you can guilt-free call these a meal if you want to.
Yogurt Popsicle Video
Watch this video to see step-by-step instructions on how to make these healthy popsicles!
Reasons to Love these Easy Yogurt Popsicles
- easiest popsicle recipe ever
- 3 pantry staple ingredients
- 8 fun flavors to try
- full of protein
- naturally sweetened
- great for a snack, dessert or even breakfast
- toddlers and kid-approved (I even love them!)
- kids can make this recipe
- 5 minute prep time
- full of healthy probiotics
- can make smooth or with chunks of fruit inside
- Yogurt – you can use any plain yogurt you prefer – regular, Greek, almond, soy, etc. I like to add in my own sweetener so I can control the sweetness. But if you decide to use flavored yogurt, then you can omit the honey.
- Frozen Fruit – literally any fruit works in this recipe! I usually use frozen fruit because I always have it on hand, but fresh fruit works as well.
- Honey – to give the popsicles a little sweetness. The amount in this recipe will give you a mildly sweet popsicle, but feel free to adjust once you blend to your own tastes. Also note, some brands of Greek yogurt are very tart and will need more honey than the recipe recommends. For babies under 1 year, omit the honey.
Fruit Flavors to Try
You can use this base recipe with any of the fruits listed below. I usually use frozen fruit, as that is what I always have on hand, but fresh fruit will also work.
How to Make these Popsicles
- Place the yogurt, fruit and honey into a blender.
- Blend the ingredients together until smooth.
- Pour into popsicle molds.
- Place in the freezer for at least 4 hours (preferably overnight).
- Serve and enjoy!
Cooking with Kids
This recipe is a great one to have your little ones help you with.
- If you have more than one frozen fruit on hand, toddlers can pick out the fruit they want to make into popsicles.
- Toddlers can help measure and pour the ingredients into the blender.
- They can help put the lid on the blender and push start. Note: make sure to talk about not touching the blender blade while making something in the blender, as it can be sharp.
- Once blended, toddlers can help pour the popsicle mixture into the popsicle molds. You may want to pour the popsicle mixture into a smaller measuring cup with pour lip to make it easier on them.
- With help, they can place the popsicle molds into the freezer. My kids always spill the tray at this point, so just give them an extra hand.
- You can pretty much let older kids make this recipe by themselves.
- They can pick out and measure all of the ingredients. Note: make sure to talk about not touching the blender blade while making something in the blender, as it can be sharp.
- Kids can pour the popsicle mixture into the molds and place the popsicles into the freezer.
Other Great frozen treats
- Yogurt Unicorn Bark
- Healthy Yogurt Parfait Popsicles for Toddler + Kids
- Healthy Funfetti Popsicles for Kids + Toddlers
- Hidden-Veggie Carrot & Orange Popsicles (Baby + Toddler)
- Strawberry Lemonade Slushies for Toddlers + Kids (refined sugar-free)
Tools Used to Make these Popsicles
- Popsicle Molds – I love this mini popsicle mold for toddler and younger kids and this bigger version or bigger kids. Now that I posted this recipe, both of my favorite Zoku molds seem to be out of stock, here are some similar ones (mini) (regular).
- Measuring Cups
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Get the recipe: Yogurt Fruit Popsicles (super easy!)
- 2 cups fruit (see list below)
- 1 1/2 cups plain yogurt (see notes below)
- 1/4 cup honey (optional)
- Place all ingredients into a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. If you want chunky fruit popsicles, then you can add in an additional 1/3 cup of finely chopped fruit into the mixture after it's been blended.
- Pour the popsicle mixture into popsicle molds, and place in freezer for at least 4-5 hours.
- Serve and enjoy.
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2 Comments on “Yogurt Fruit Popsicles”
Hello from France…I’ve actually been making this recipe for almost one year now, and I wanted to stop by and leave a review! When my daughter first started teething I found your recipe, and as she wasn’t yet a year old, I made simple yogurt and banana (no honey,) and then we started exploring other flavors. I bought the adorable pop molds (they’re perfect for little hands.) Now, my daughter is getting all her molars at once, so I whipped up a batch of your pops last night, and after a sleepless night, she’s sitting next to me smiling while munching on a pop. So, I have some recommendations:
If you’re not doing honey, then add a ripe banana into the mix! Otherwise, my daughter likes when I add 1-2 medjool dates.
Really the flavor combos are endless! Last night I did 1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries, 1/4 cup frozen blueberries, and 1/4 frozen raspberries. For a sweetener, I didn’t have honey or dates, so I did 1/4 cup agave.
For my daughter, when it’s hot out, or she’s teething, I add a couple of mint leaves into the mix. It’s also nice now that she’s older to leave the purée a little chunky, as she loves to chew on the frozen fruit bits.
A BIG thank you from my family to yours for this well loved recipe.
I love all your suggestions! So glad your daughter is such a big fan of them! I just made these again for my kiddos (ages 9 and 6) and they devoured them as well. So it’s really a recipe that works for all ages:)