Colorful and pretty, these popsicles make the perfect dessert for any celebration. Greek yogurt, honey and fruit. Simple enough and delicious!
Red, white and blueberry popsicles! Bring these to your 4th of July party or just have them in the freezer all summer long. Made with Greek yogurt, honey and fruit. That’s it! For the patriotic look of an All American dessert, layer the yogurt and fruit separately. I personally like them all blended together just because the Greek yogurt is so creamy I want to taste it in every bite!
I made these with cool Norpro Popsicle Molds but of course, any mold or cup works great!
Healthy Red, White and Blueberry Popsicles
- 2 cups plain Greek yogurt, or honey flavored Greek yogurt
- 2 Tablespoons honey, only if using plain and NOT honey flavored
- 2 cups fresh blueberries, or thawed frozen blueberries
- 2 cups fresh strawberries, hulled
- If using plain yogurt, mix with honey until blended.
- Scoop out two measures of 1 Tablespoon each from the yogurt. Set these aside. (You will add one tablespoon to blueberries and one tablespoon to strawberries before adding to molds.)
- Spoon the remaining yogurt into the popsicle molds, dividing between the number of cups you are using. Fill approximately ⅓ way. Lift mold and shake to help yogurt fall to ends of cups.
- Puree' blueberries in food processor or blender until nearly smooth.
- Add 1 Tablespoon yogurt to blueberries and mix well.
- Now, spoon blueberries into molds, dividing equally between the number of molds you have. Leave 2 inches at top for strawberries.
- Blend or process strawberries in same manner and add remaining 1 tablespoon yogurt to strawberries and stir well. Fill strawberries to the top of the molds.
- Give one last good shake to help all air pockets rise to the top.
- Using one of the popsicle sticks, stir ingredients in molds just a bit to swirl.
- Add your popsicle sticks and freeze for at least 4 hours.
- My preferred method is to not layer the ingredients, but after the blueberries and strawberries have been blended (separately), stir together with yogurt and then fill molds.
Recipe adapted from Food.com
haylie corry says
WOW! Beautiful and delicious! Thanks for sharing we love these!
tracy e says
Awesome and healthy! Love the use of honey. A BIG keeper in our house!
beth anne says
Fairly simple to make. Didn’t have any “formed” popsicle holders, so I used small dixie cups and wooden popsicle sticks. Kids LOVED them! I made strawberry and raspberry. Thank you for sharing.
Excellent! My 3 children love this recipe. What a great way to get fruit and yogurt into picky eaters! We make it with whatever fruit/berries we have on hand and my favorite part is no added sugar! Thanks Sally, these are wonderful 🙂
What a great healthy fun holiday treat that kids won’t even know they are eating healthy,