Red, White & Blue Yogurt Pops


These little yogurt pops are the perfect size for a nice cool summer treat. Plus they are so much healthier than the look-alike bomb pops because they’re made with yogurt! You could play around with flavors and colors if you wanted to, but this time I just kept it really simple.

All you need is some yogurt, food coloring and popsicle molds. I used a basic vanilla yogurt because that is what I had in my fridge. Divide the yogurt into however many bowls of colors you want. Add a couple drops of food coloring and mix, until you get the shades you like. I did red, white and blue for Independence Day, but you could do any colors you could mix!


You could also go more natural and blend in strawberries to make red or blueberries to make blue. I think I might do that next time.  Then, just layer the colorful yogurt into your popsicle molds. They don’t have to be perfect so don’t worry if the lines of layers aren’t straight. Once your molds are filled, place in the freezer for several hours.


Whenever you’re ready to eat, just run the molds under warm water until the popsicle slides out. If you’re not eating them all at once, only pop out the ones you are and then put the rest back in the freezer for next time. Enjoy! My kids loved these and wanted more. And I loved that they were getting a healthy snack disguised as a special treat.



7 Comments Add yours

  1. These turned out awesome! I love that they are simply made using yogurt!


  2. jbstrauss says:

    These are adorable! What a great idea!


  3. erikat08 says:

    Wow! What a fun (and easy!) way to give the kids a healthy treat. I can’t wait to try this with my littles. Great idea!


  4. Omg these pops look so yummy! And cute! So need to make some of these 🙂


  5. Wow, these look amazing and so simple to make.


  6. Girl Stuff says:

    these look delicious, and so easy to make!

    Can I use Greek Yogurt to make them?


    1. breetalks says:

      Yes, greek yogurt will work great for these frozen yogurt pops too!


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