Berry Yogurt Popsicles

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Three striped berry popsicles surrounded by fresh berries
Frozen yogurt popsicles made with fresh berries don’t just taste great, they are good for you too! Fresh berries are some of the most powerful disease fighting foods, they are high in vitamin C and antioxidants.

I love freezing my smoothies in popsicle molds to make healthy summer snacks. I normally do just one flavor at a time but I thought it would be fun to make them into stripes. My original intention was to make these red, white and blue hoping the color of the fruit would achieve this naturally but the colors turned out more of a purple, white and pink. Still pretty and a great way to make colorful popsicles without adding food coloring.

Although the berries have a natural sweetness to them, I suggest you adjust the sugar or agave to your taste before freezing them. I bought my freezer pop maker from Progressive last year on Amazon, I am linking to it here for all of you who asked where I bought it.

Frozen yogurt popsicles made with fresh berries don't just taste great, they are good for you too! Fresh berries are some of the most powerful disease fighting foods, they are high in vitamin C and antioxidants.
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Berry Yogurt Popsicles

51 Cals 14 Protein 8.5 Carbs 0.5 Fats
Total Time: 3 hrs
Yield: 16 servings
COURSE: Snack
CUISINE: American
Frozen yogurt popsicles made with fresh berries don't just taste great, they are good for you too! Fresh berries are some of the most powerful disease fighting foods, they are high in vitamin C and antioxidants.

Ingredients

For the purple:

  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 1/2 cup blackberries
  • 6 oz fat free blueberry yogurt
  • 1 cup crushed ice

For the white:

  • 14 oz fat free vanilla yogurt
  • 2 tbsp agave or sugar
  • 1 cup crushed ice

For the pink:

  • 3/4 cup raspberries
  • 3/4 cup strawberries
  • 6 oz fat free strawberry yogurt
  • 1 cup crushed ice

Instructions

  • Blend each color smoothie separately in a blender and set aside.
  • Pour the first color into the popsicle mold 1/3rd of the way and freeze for 30 minutes.
  • Remove from the freezer and insert the sticks, then freeze one hour.
  • Add the white yogurt into each popsicle mold 1/3 of the way and freeze an additional hour.
  • Add the purple smoothie and fill it to the top of the mold and freeze until ready to eat.

Nutrition

Serving: 1popsicle (about 1/2 cup), Calories: 51kcal, Carbohydrates: 8.5g, Protein: 14g, Fat: 0.5g, Sodium: 14mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 7g
WW Points Plus: 1
Keywords: Freezer Meals, Gluten Free, Kid Friendly, Vegetarian Meals

 
Three bowls with different colors of liquid berry mixture and a set of popsicle molds with striped berry popsicles
 

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  4. Great simple and easy pop recipe.
    Now, buying popsicle mold is a must 🙂

  5. This looks fun to make. A very healthy and tasty recipe! Do you have suggestions for other fruits combination?

  6. I have the same mold as pictured and I made the Mango/Coconut pops, which were fabulous, but I had a terrible time getting the pops out of the mold one at a time when frozen. Any good tips?

  7. Another tip – don't push the stick all the way down to the bottom (like the one's in the pic)… only push them into the mold 3/4 the way down.

  8. I didn't have the molds so I used bathroom paper cups and popcycle sticks I had. Just run the paper cup under hot water for a few seconds and it slips right off. Great popsicles!!! thanks.

  9. I have never made this exact recipe, but it has inspired me so much.
    It never occurred to me to make popsicles from freezing smoothies but now I do it at least twice a week. It's a great cheap and healthy alternative to ice cream and my kids would have it for dessert every night if I had the time to make it.
    Thanks for the great idea. One day I may even make these pretty three-colored popsicles!

  10. My mom loves popsicles and she loves yogurt. This means that if I make her this she's going to be in heaven.

  11. These were awesome. I would highly suggest straining the blackberry/blueberry mixture to get the seeds out. Those weren't that fun. My favorite was the vanilla part, and I think I'm going to make some pops out of just that part of the recipe. But the kids and I really enjoyed this, and have patiently waited all day to get to slurp them up!