Fresh Fruit Frozen Yogurt Pops


Whew, it’s hot outside! For the longest while I didn’t think I would ever see summer, but now I’m in the midst of a heat and humidity spell. If you’re looking for a great healthy treat to help your kids (and you too!) cool off, then this is the recipe for you. I’ve recently been appointed as a Life Made Delicious Ambassador (yay!!!), and will regularly be sharing recipes with you guys that are delicious and family-friendly. These pops are filled with healthy ingredients, easy to make, and a kid-pleaser. You can also make them with practically any kind of fruit to please even the pickiest kid out there! Here’s what you’ll need:

Ingredients (per flavor you make):

1 1/2 cups of Yoplait Source fat-free vanilla yogurt
2 cups of fresh, cut-up fruit – I used blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, pineapple, orange and kiwi
1 tbsp. honey


1. In a blender add your yogurt, fresh fruit and honey. I used only one variety of fruit per batch. Blend until smooth.



2. Pour mixture into small paper cups, or popsicle molds. If using paper cups, place tinfoil over the top of the cups and stick a popsicle stick through the centre. The tinfoil will help keep the popsicle stick upright.



3. Place your pops in the freezer and freeze about 6 hours, or until frozen.

4. Take fruit and yogurt yogurt pops out of the freezer and enjoy! If having trouble releasing the pop from the mold, run under hot water for a few seconds and it will slide right out!




Say goodbye to those sugar-filled popsicles at the store, and give these fresh fruit frozen yogurt pops a try! You’re going to love them!

Recipe from Life Made Delicious

Disclosure: I am part of the Life Made Delicious. Blogger program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions in this blog are my own.

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18 thoughts on “Fresh Fruit Frozen Yogurt Pops

  1. Momma Jo

    It’s winter here, my 4 year old daughter saw these and begged me to make them :) Guess what we making for our Cooking with Kids post on Friday? :) Thanks for sharing


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