Relax, refresh, and cool down with these easy-to-make 3 Ingredient Fruit and Yogurt Popsicles. These icy treats are the best way to satisfy your sweet tooth and your hunger!
In the peak of the summer (or even in the spring, because let’s face it — some of these days can be hot), there’s nothing better than cooling down with your favorite flavor of popsicle.
Today, we’re trading in plain old fruit pops for popsicles filled with some oompf! These 3 ingredient fruit and yogurt popsicles are packed with not only tasty fresh fruit, but also protein-packed Greek yogurt. It’s the perfect way to cool down while also filling your belly with something nutritious and satisfying!
These popsicles come in 4 flavors, but the creativity doesn’t have to stop there. Check out all of the variations for more than 16 different popsicle ideas! Let’s pop.
Ingredients in fruit and yogurt popsicles
To make these summertime-approved pops, you’ll only need three ingredients! Simple, easy, and delicious? You can’t go wrong with these icy treats!
- Greek Yogurt: First, you will need 1 ½ cups of plain Greek yogurt. I recommend using something that’s full fat (versus nonfat), which will give these popsicles a creamier, more bitable texture.
- Fruit: Next, you will need 1 cup of your preferred fruit, with options including strawberry, pineapple, kiwi, or blueberry!
- Honey: Last but not least, ¼ cup of honey will add a subtle, naturally sweet flavor. Feel free to use maple syrup, sugar, or your favorite artificial sweetener here.
How to make 3 ingredient fruit and yogurt popsicles
Creating these pops couldn’t be simpler – just mix, pour into the molds, and wait for them to freeze.
- Mix the ingredients: First, stir together the yogurt, fruit, and honey until well combined.
- Add to the mold: Then spoon the mix into the popsicle molds, leaving a little space at the top for them to expand. Push the mixture down into the wells with a popsicle stick to remove any air pockets, and then firmly tap the tray on the counter to remove smaller bubbles. Insert sticks and freeze until hard (at least 4 hours).
- Serve: To serve, run the mold under warm water for a few seconds to loosen up the popsicles. They should easily slide out of the mold.
Get creative with the fruit
I put together four flavor options for these popsicles, but you can use virtually any fruit! Raspberries, blackberries, watermelon, limes (the tanginess is somewhat offset by the honey), orange, dragonfruit, or even grapes would all be delicious. Your options span to the entire world of fruit!
Strawberry yogurt popsicles
With the strawberry version, it’s really easy to add other ingredients! Here are some easy ways to switch things up.
- Basil: Create a yummy strawberry + basil flavor combo by adding a few fresh basil leaves to your mix. Tear the leaves into smaller pieces first.
- Vanilla: If you like strawberry vanilla flavored things, create that with a few drops of vanilla extract!
- Banana: Strawberry banana is a classic combo that can be easily recreated here! Just add chopped into your mix. Do ½ cup of each.
- Mixed Berry: Finally, create a mixed berry pop by using ⅓ cup of strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.
Pineapple Popsicle Variations
Pineapple makes creating delicious tropical-inspired flavors super easy.
- Mango: Go for a pineapple meets mango pairing for a yummy flavor that will have you craving some beach time!
- Passion Fruit: Get fancy by adding passion fruit (the juice or the pulp).
- Coconut: Or add coconut (either real shaved pieces or extract) for a piña colada popsicle flavor!
Kiwi yogurt popsicles
As for the kiwi flavor, this variation is great for sneaking in extra greens. After all, you gotta eat your veggies!
- Spinach: Add blended spinach to your mix for an undetectable serving of greens.
- Spirulina: Include spirulina powder to give your body a boost of protein, B vitamins, and iron!
- Tropical Flavors: Finally, if greens won’t cut it, add tropical flavors to your kiwi pops with pineapples, mangoes, or coconut!
Blueberry popsicle variations
Last but not least, give your blueberry popsicles a remix by adding a few new flavors.
- Vanilla: Like with strawberry, you can add vanilla to these pops to give a hint of extra flavor!
- Berries: Go halvsies by throwing in strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, (or any other type of berry!).
- Bananas: Treat yourself to a yummy blend of blueberries and bananas by replacing half of the blueberries with chopped banana!
Try these next!
The popsicle fun doesn’t stop there! Here are some more flavor combos that will help you relax and beat the heat this summer.
- Mint Chocolate Popsicles
- Mango Lassi Popsicles
- Chocolate Covered Cherry Yogurt Popsicles
- Green Smoothie Popsicles
- Or check out my cookbook, For the Love of Popsicles!
- 1 ½ cups plain Greek yogurt avoid nonfat yogurt
- 1 cup finely chopped fruit strawberry, pineapple, kiwi, and blueberry are all delicious!
- ¼ cup honey
- Stir: Stir together yogurt, your chosen fruit, and honey until well combined.
- Mold: Spoon into popsicle molds, leaving a little space at the top for them to expand. Push the mixture down into the wells with a popsicle stick to remove any air pockets, then firmly tap the tray on the counter to remove smaller bubbles. Insert sticks and freeze until hard (at least 4 hours).
- Serve: Run the mold under warm water for a few seconds to loosen them up, then remove from the mold.