Healthy Frozen Yogurt Pops

 

Have you seen my post about Super Simple Healthy Popsicles? Those popsicles were our starting point for getting more creative and using yogurt to make frozen yogurt pops.

 

Find out how to make healthy frozen yogurt pops with your toddler!

(E was 2 years and 9 months old.)

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Materials for Frozen Yogurt Pops:

  • Popsicle mold or popsicle sticks and small containers.
  • Strawberries {we used fresh but frozen work as well}.
  • Plain yogurt.
  • Orange juice. 

 

We put the strawberries into the blender and pureed them. E got to push the button, of course.

 

Find out how to make healthy frozen yogurt pops with your toddler!

 

She added several tablespoons of yogurt and mixed well, then poured the mixture into five popsicle molds.

 

Find out how to make healthy frozen yogurt pops with your toddler!

 

We didn’t have enough for the sixth mold, so I improvised and gave E some orange juice to mix with the yogurt. {Pouring with a wide spout wasn’t easy but it all cleaned up so easily.}

 

Find out how to make healthy frozen yogurt pops with your toddler!

 

Finally, E put the lids on the molds, and they were ready to go into the freezer.

 

Find out how to make healthy frozen yogurt pops with your toddler!

 

The finished strawberry frozen yogurt pops looked like almost pure strawberry, and E LOVED them.

 

Find out how to make healthy frozen yogurt pops with your toddler!

 

She was quite enthusiastic about the orange juice one at first but figured out it wasn’t her cup of tea after a few bites. I volunteered to finish it for her, and I thought it was really good!

 

Find out how to make healthy frozen yogurt pops with your toddler!

 

You can sweeten your frozen yogurt pops with sugar or syrup, or make it even easier and faster and use store bought fruit yogurt.

 

Have you made frozen yogurt pops? What’s your favorite homemade summer treat that young kids can help make? Let me know in the comments!

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Tina, This is really a Healthy Frozen Yogurt Pops. Like all the pictures shared. Love to eat.
    Many thanks for sharing.