14 Yogurt Popsicle Recipes That Will Have Your Kids Running to the Freezer
You scream, I scream, we all scream for . . . yogurt popsicles! Hot Summer days are upon us, and what better way to celebrate the everyday than a cool and refreshing snack that's healthier than ice cream? Yogurt is full of nutrients like calcium, and best of all, it's so delicious that your kids won't even know that they're eating something healthy! Fill your freezer with a tray of each of these 14 easy-to-make and delicious-to-eat yogurt popsicles, and we guarantee your kids — and probably all of the neighborhood kids — will be running through the kitchen to grab them all Summer long.
Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops
In the heat of Summer, break out these simple and healthy popsicles for the kiddos to enjoy.
Berry Greek Yogurt Popsicles
These charming, little striped berry popsicles combine style and flavor for a sweet afternoon snack.
Mango-Orange Yogurt Popsicles
These mango-orange yogurt popsicles are yellow and bright, just like the sun — and sweet, too!
Striped Pink Lemonade Yogurt Popsicles
Layer up with these fun, striped ice pops, which contain pink lemonade, grape juice, raspberry puree, Greek yogurt, and apricot. Delish!
Yogurt, milk, fruit, honey, and vanilla join forces to make these delicious-looking popsicles possible. With the red cherries and blue blueberries, these would make for a perfect Fourth of July treat.
Smashed-Berry-Lime-Coconut Yogurt Ice Pops
Berries and lime juice mix with yogurt, a pinch of salt and sugar, and milk to make a glorious tie-dye berry yogurt pop.
Strawberry-Banana Yogurt Popsicles
Though they look like little watermelons, these strawberry-banana popsicles are layered up with a secret ingredient — spinach! Shhh, your kids won't know the difference.
These creamy popsicles contain only four ingredients — peaches, yogurt, milk, and agave — so making a ton of them for your family will be quick, easy, and worth the smiles.
Strawberry, Peaches, and Cream Popsicles With Amaretti
These strawberry popsicles with amaretti cookie crumbles on top are a frozen-treat-lover's dream, and the kiddos will love 'em too.
Banana Peanut Butter Yogurt Popsicles
Bananas and peanut butter (or any nut or nut-free butter, to be honest) are a perfect combo. Mix them together with yogurt, freeze 'em, and enjoy cold popsicles on a hot Summer day. Mmmmmm.
These "speculoosicles" contain speculoos spread, as well as cookie crumbles, to create the ultimate sweet and creamy yogurt treat.
Funfetti Yogurt Popsicles
Nothing says dessert like funfetti, so why not mix a family-favorite cake flavor with the joy of a cool popsicle on a Summer day? These funfetti yogurt popsicles are a great way to celebrate every day.
Fruity Pebbles Yogurt Popsicles
Cereal is taking on a new and exciting form with these Fruity Pebbles yogurt pops. Basically breakfast with their three-ingredient combo of cereal, milk, and yogurt, these puppies can be enjoyed any time of day. Please, Mom?
Salted Caramel Yogurt Popsicles
A sweet and salty treat, these popsicles combine yogurt, salted caramel sauce (or dulce de leche, if you pefer), and a little sprinkle of sea salt for a healthier twist on a classic ice cream treat.