Strawberry Frozen Greek Yogurt Pops are made with a simple blend of Greek yogurt, a little honey, milk and strawberry preserves. That's it! Sweet flavors of strawberries with a creamy consistency like ice cream, only its not! Its a frozen yogurt popsicle with a twist! Your kids will think its ice cream!
They are amazingly creamy and delicious. A cool treat to serve the entire family.
I wanted to experiment making these pops because honestly I can't get my 2 year old grandson to eat anything these days. Trying to come up with something totally different to get this child to eat healthy, is a huge task. And yet if it tastes as good as a smoothie, I thought to myself: why not a popsicle? Surprisingly, they turned out better than I imagined.
You can make any flavor you want, just substitute the strawberry preserves for a different fruit, or even use chocolate. If you have fresh strawberries in the fridge, chop them up and throw them in! I didn't have any, so I did without. Have fun and make it your own creation!
If you are looking for more popsicle recipes check out our foodie friends blogs: joanne @ eatswellwithothers, and Tricia@ savingroomfordessert who have amazing recipes to share as well. Enjoy everyone!
Here's a tip: If you don't have any popsicle molds, you can use 3 ounce Dixie paper cups. They work very well. Just pour the mixture into each cup and freeze at least one hour before you place a wooden popsicle stick into the middle of each cup. Then continue to freeze for another 2 hours or more. When ready to serve, just snip the edge of the paper cups with scissors and gently pull the popsicle out.
Strawberry Frozen Greek Yogurts Pops
- 1 (5.3 ounce) Fage 2% Greek Yogurt with Strawberry
- 3/4 cup 2% reduced fat milk
- 2 Tbsp. honey
- 3 Tbsp. strawberry preserves ( I used Polaner All Fruit, seedless)
- 6 rocket popsicle molds
Empty the entire container of Greek Yogurt with Strawberry into a blender or food processor.
Add the honey, strawberry preserves, and milk.
Blend all the ingredients together for about 1 minute, or until smooth and creamy.
Pour creamy mixture into the popsicle molds. Fill to 1/4 inch below the top. Place tops on to close. Freeze for at least 3 hours. To release the molds, run the popsicle under warm water for a few seconds, or until they release easily.
Yields: 6 popsicles