Greek Yogurt Popsicles

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Make healthy Greek yogurt popsicles with just 3 simple ingredients: Greek yogurt, honey and fresh fruit. They’re refreshing, easy to make and the perfect summertime treat that both kids and adults will love!

Knowing that my Greek yogurt bark is a fan fave during the summer, I figured you guys would love these Greek yogurt popsicles!

They’re creamy, delicious and the perfect recipe to involve your kids in. Plus, they’re so easy to make and totally customizable. The hardest part is waiting for them to harden up in the freezer. Trust me when I say that you’ll want to keep a batch or two or these yogurt pops stocked in the freezer all summer long!

A tray of ice with greek yogurt popsicles laying on top.

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • You only need 3 simple ingredients and 10 minutes of prep time!
  • These popsicles are smooth, creamy and so refreshing.
  • It’s the perfect summertime treat that both adults and kids will love!
  • It’s totally customizable – feel free to use your favorite yogurt and whatever fruit you have on hand.
Ingredients measured out to make Greek Yogurt Popsicles: full fat Greek yogurt, fruit/berries and honey.

Ingredients Needed

  • plain Greek yogurt – I prefer to use full-fat Greek yogurt for these popsicles because it’s thicker and a bit richer, but you can use regular plain yogurt if that’s all you have and low fat or nonfat yogurt if you’re wanting to cut back on the fat content.
  • honey – the honey in this recipe sweetens up the Greek yogurt just enough. If you want to keep the recipe super low in sugar you can use plain yogurt without sweetening it, but I think it tastes really good with a little honey. Maple syrup or agave will work as good alternatives.
  • fresh fruit – I did a mix of fresh berries (blueberries, raspberries and blackberries), but feel free to use your favorite fresh fruit! Frozen fruit should also work just fine for these pops, it might just take a little longer to blend up.
Collage of four photos showing the process to make Greek yogurt popsicles: blending Greek yogurt, honey and berries in a blender until smooth and then pouring into popsicle molds.

How to Make

These Greek yogurt popsicles are so easy to make. Here’s all you need to do:

In a high-powered blender, add Greek yogurt, honey and berries until combined. Blend until the berries are totally pureed or keep them a bit chunky if you want texture in the popsicles. Pour yogurt mixture evenly into 8 ice pop molds, add your popsicle sticks and freeze until solid (about 5-6 hours).

When ready to eat, dip the bottoms of the molds in hot water for a few seconds so the popsicles slide out easily. Enjoy!

A popsicle held up by a hand with a bite taken out of it.

Substitutions & Notes

  • Swap out the yogurt: Feel free to use your favorite type of yogurt. Low fat or nonfat Greek yogurt or any flavored yogurt (like honey, vanilla or blueberry) will all work! If you’re using flavored yogurt I’d omit the sweetener or use less. Note: Depending on the type of yogurt you use the consistency might be different. Low fat or nonfat might result in icier popsicles versus creamy.
  • Make them vegan: Use your favorite dairy-free yogurt and maple syrup to make these popsicles vegan!
  • Swap out the fruit: I chose a mixture of fresh berries for this recipe, but any fresh (or frozen) fruit would work. I bet cherries, peaches or bananas would be amazing, but the options are endless!
Head on view of an 10-popsicle mold with sticks sticking out of the top.

What Popsicle Molds Are Best?

There are a ton of great popsicle molds out there on the market. They all have various features and come in different shapes and sizes. I personally prefer popsicle molds made from silicone rather than plastic or stainless steel. Silicone is BPA-free, phthalate-free, dishwasher safe and the molds are easier to release. 

Close up of popsicles laying over ice.

How to Store

Once frozen, remove them from the mold and transfer to a freezer-safe bag like these Stasher bags. You can also wrap them in parchment or wax paper. Homemade popsicles should last for about 2-4 weeks in the freezer.

Overhead view of popsicles and berries scattered overtop of ice.

FAQ’s

Are Greek yogurt popsicles healthy?

Yes! These popsicles are naturally sweetened and are loaded with protein and probiotics thanks to Greek yogurt. They’re definitely a healthier dessert compared to many other frozen treats.

Are these suitable for toddlers to eat?

Totally! Kiddos will love eating these popsicles. You can even omit the sweetener if you’re limiting sugar intake.

How can I easily get the popsicles out of the molds?

Dip the bottoms of the molds in hot water for a few seconds and the popsicles should slide out easily.

Can I still make these without a blender?

Definitely! I prefer to use my blender so the mixture is smooth and creamy, but you could totally mix everything by hand in a bowl. You’ll just have chunks of fruit in the pops, but they’ll still taste the same!

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Greek Yogurt Popsicles

5 from 5 votes
Make healthy Greek yogurt popsicles with just 3 simple ingredients: Greek yogurt, honey and fresh fruit. They're refreshing, easy to make and the perfect summertime treat that both kids and adults will love!
A tray of ice with greek yogurt popsicles laying on top.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Chill Time 6 hours
Total Time 6 hours 10 minutes
Servings 8

Ingredients

  • 2 cups full fat Greek yogurt
  • ¼ cup honey, omit if using sweetened yogurt
  • 3 cups fruit, I did a mix of fresh berries

Instructions
 

  • Add Greek yogurt, honey and fruit to a high-powered blender and blend until combined. You can blend until the berries are totally pureed or keep them a bit chunky if you want texture in the popsicles.
    Greek yogurt popsicle mixture in a high powered blender.
  • Pour into 8 ice pop molds, add popsicle sticks and freeze until solid (about 5-6 hours).
    Pouring the mixture into popsicle molds.
  • To serve, dip the bottoms of the molds in hot water for a few seconds so the popsicles slide out easily. Enjoy.
    Eight out of 10 molds filled with popsicle mixture.

Equipment

Nutrition

Serving: 1popsicle Calories: 113kcal Carbohydrates: 17g Protein: 5g Fat: 3g Saturated Fat: 2g Cholesterol: 8mg Sodium: 20mg Potassium: 69mg Fiber: 2g Sugar: 15g
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: greek yogurt popsicles

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    10 comments
    1. Tanya
      July 31, 2022 AT 2:43 pm

      I bought the same silicone popsicle molds you linked and can’t wait to try this recipe! This is a random question, but do you put that popsicle mold and its parts in the dishwasher? Amazon and the product itself didn’t specifically say if it was dishwasher safe.

      1. Brittany Mullins
        August 2, 2022 AT 11:53 am

        Hi Tanya – I typically just wash them by hand with warm soapy water so they last longer with less wear and tear from the dishwasher, but I am sure you can put them on the top rack of your dishwasher and they should be fine. I can’t wait to hear how you enjoy this recipe!

    2. Mary
      July 30, 2022 AT 8:59 pm

      5 stars
      These were delicious! So easy to make and I had all of the ingredients on hand. These will definitely be a regular summertime treat for us!

      1. Brittany Mullins
        August 1, 2022 AT 4:20 pm

        Yay! I am so glad that you enjoyed this recipe, Mary! Thank you SO much for your review + star rating, I so appreciate you being here!

    3. kathy
      July 28, 2022 AT 10:09 am

      This may be a silly question but how do you get the popsicle stick to stand up before the yogurt is froze enough around it?

      1. Brittany Mullins
        July 29, 2022 AT 11:55 am

        Hi Kathy – Most popsicle molds have a place to put the stick in before adding the mixture. Some of them also have lids with holes that the popsicle stick can go into and it will help it stand. You can also cover the mold with aluminum foil after adding in the mixture and poke the sticks through the aluminum foil to help them stand. Hope this helps!

    4. Taylor
      July 25, 2022 AT 9:47 am

      5 stars
      Can frozen fruit be used instead of fresh?

      1. Brittany Mullins
        July 25, 2022 AT 4:22 pm

        Yes, frozen fruit should work just fine! Let me know if you end up trying this recipe and what you think of it.

    5. Emily
      July 22, 2022 AT 11:00 am

      5 stars
      Absolutely amazing! I had some strawberries I needed to use up so I used those instead of mixed berries. It is so yummy and refreshing! I’ll definitely be making these all summer with a variety of fruit.

      1. Brittany Mullins
        July 25, 2022 AT 10:59 am

        AH! I am so happy that you enjoyed this recipe, Emily! I love that you used strawberries, sounds delicious! Thank you so much for your review + star rating, I so appreciate it.

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