Frozen Berry Yogurt Ice Pops
Drown out the ice cream man’s jingle with the sounds of delight coming from your own kitchen, when you make these Frozen Berry Yogurt Ice Pops. When it comes to whipping up homemade, frozen treats, the new dessert cookbook Simply Sweet Colorcakes has you covered with a number of ice-pops that are refreshing, colorful and best of all, incredibly easy to make. Most have 5 ingredients or less and are great to stock in your freezer for the warm summer months — just pull a few out when you need them. Whether you have a backyard full of playing children or find yourself hosting a spontaneous get-together, it’s great to be able to hand out healthy ice pops made with ingredients like fresh fruit and yogurt, including:
- Frozen Berry Yogurt Ice Pops made with vanilla yogurt and frozen blueberries
- Red, White and Blueberry Pops full of fresh strawberries and blueberries
- Pineapple-Mango-Kiwi Pops dotted with colorful slices of kiwi and chunks of pineapple
*Simply Smart Tip*
If you want to make several batches of these pops but only have one set of molds, just freeze pops, remove from molds, and place in zip-top plastic freezer bags before returning to freezer. Wash molds before starting a second or third batch of pops.
Don’t miss my other Frozen Ice Pop Recipes:
As I mention in my other Frozen Ice Pops (Popsicles) Posts, these are the Reusable Popsicle Molds that I use in my own home. They are affordable, BPA free, FDA Approved, and Dishwasher Safe.
- 2 cups vanilla yogurt
- 1⁄2 cup frozen blueberries
- 1 Tbsp. blueberry preserves
- 8 (4-oz.) ice pop molds
- 1⁄4 cup blackberry jam
- 8 (4-inch) wooden craft sticks
- Process 1 cup vanilla yogurt, blueberries, and blueberry preserves in a blender until smooth. Pour mixture into ice pop molds. Top with blackberry jam and remaining 1 cup vanilla yogurt, and swirl. Cover each mold with foil; insert a wooden stick into each pop. Freeze 4 hours or until pops are frozen.
- Dip bottom of molds in warm water for a few seconds to release pops.