Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pops

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These easy, healthy Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pops, made with just three ingredients, are a wonderful treat on a hot summer day.

Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pops
Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pops

These 3-ingredient Raspberry Yogurt Popsicles are such a cool and refreshing summer dessert. I macerate the fresh raspberries with a little organic cane sugar to release their juices. Then I mix in the yogurt and pour them into molds. Easy and delicious! If you’re looking for more berry popsicles, try my Raspberry Coconut Chia Pudding Pops and Berry Yogurt Popsicles.

Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pops stacked on a white background.Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pops on ice.

I teamed up with Stonyfield Organic to create this popsicle recipe. Their yogurt is my absolute favorite. The fat in their whole milk probiotic organic yogurt makes the popsicles extra creamy. Plus, it’s full of “billions of probiotics, which help support immunity and digestive health.” Great for kids and adults!

Stonyfield’s yogurt is made with high-quality organic ingredients and none of the bad stuff – no toxic persistent pesticides, artificial hormones, antibiotics, or GMOs. It’s Good on Purpose – good for you, good for the planet, and good for your taste buds. For more of my recipes with Stonyfield Organic Yogurt, check out the Skinnytaste Hub on their website.

These creamy raspberry popsicles are such a healthy indulgence. Raspberries are full of antioxidants and fiber, while the yogurt is an excellent source of protein. You could even eat these raspberry yogurt bars for breakfast! You could also try these with a different berry or a mix of berries.

How to Make Homemade Popsicles

These easy yogurt popsicles come together in just a few steps.

  1. Slightly mash the raspberries with a fork, add the sugar, and let macerate for 10 minutes.
  2. Mix the yogurt into the berries.
  3. Pour the yogurt mixture into popsicle molds (affil link), insert the sticks, and freeze for 5 to 6 hours.

Raspberry Popsicle Variations:

  • Use a different berry. Make blueberry or strawberry yogurt popsicles instead of raspberry ones.
  • Use vanilla yogurt instead of plain.
  • If you don’t have a popsicle mold, use small disposable plastic cups instead.

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Raspberry Yogurt Popsicles

71 Cals 2.5 Protein 11 Carbs 2.5 Fats
Prep Time: 15 mins
Cook Time: 0 mins
Freeze Time: 6 hrs
Total Time: 6 hrs 15 mins
Yield: 10 servings
COURSE: Dessert, Snack
CUISINE: American
These easy, healthy Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pops, made with just three ingredients, are a wonderful treat on a hot summer day.


  • 2 1/2 cups raspberries
  • 3 1/2 tablespoons raw sugar
  • 2 1/2 cups Stonyfield full fat plain yogurt


  • Place the raspberries in a bowl and slightly mash with a fork.
    raspberries mashed in a bowl
  • Top with sugar and set aside about 10 minutes to let the juices release from the berries.
    raspberries with sugar in a bowl.
  • Add the yogurt and stir together.
    mashed raspberries with yogurt in a bowl
  • Divide the mixture evenly into the popsicle molds, or disposable small plastic cups. Insert the sticks and freeze until solid, at least 5 to 6 hours.
    Raspberry Yogurt Ice Pops stacked with yogurt tub in background



Serving: 1popsicle, Calories: 71kcal, Carbohydrates: 11g, Protein: 2.5g, Fat: 2.5g, Saturated Fat: 1.5g, Cholesterol: 7.5mg, Sodium: 29mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 8.5g
Keywords: fruit popsicles, ice pops

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Stonyfield. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Skinnytaste possible. All thoughts are my own. Photo credit: Erin Alvarez

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  1. I normally love all skinny taste recipes but was not a big fan of this one. The plain yogurt gives it a bit of a chalky taste (and I normally like plain yogurt). Maybe adding a bit of extra sugar would have helped but are use the amount specified in the recipe.

  2. The tray that you used. Where do you find it????

  3.   I love this site !!!! I’ve made so many of your recipes and shared with others !! They’re hooked on ya too!
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  4. These are delicious. My dog loves them too

  5. Made the Raspberry Yogurt Popsicles today and they are as delicious as they are easy to make. Unlike the commercial brands, they are not too sweet   Make sure to use the Stonyfield Yogurt that is recommended. It makes the popsicles extra creamy. Definitely a winner!!

  6. Would a dairy free yogurt work okay with these??

  7. If you did these with blackberries would you recommend straining the seeds?

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  9. Will Greek yogurt work the same?

  10. These pops are fantastic. Our three year old is always wanting an ice cream treat and I was looking for something natural and healthy. I made these with fresh strawberries and we all love them. Thank you for this simple, healthy, delicious treat.

  11. Can I use 0% fat Greek yogurt , thank you fir all your great recipes 

  12. Thanks for sharing! Would you use the same amount of sugar with vanilla yogurt?

  13. Can these be made Sugar free? What would be a good substitution?

  14. Why must we use raw sugar in this recipe?

  15. Would lower fat yogurt work?  I’d like to try but only have 2% fat yogurt.

  16. This looks so good! I”m actually really interested in making this with peaches! They’re my favorite. I know they’re not a berry, but I hope the concept is the same.