Homemade Yogurt Popsicles

Betty Crocker


Summer is fast approaching, bringing warm days and those sweet endless evenings. But you don't need to wait until the first official day of summer to enjoy frozen treats. Just make a batch of frozen yogurt popsicles today to get your kids smiling like it is the first day of summer vacation already. And while you are whipping up these icy delights, why not try this recipe for drinkable yogurt as well?

Yogurt Popsicles


To make about six popsicles, you will need 2 containers of vanilla yogurt (6 ounces each).

Add in your family's favorite fruit like blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, kiwi, melon, bananas, peaches and oranges. Make sure to cut the fruit you use into small pieces that will blend easily.

Combine the fruit and yogurt in your blender. Cover and blend until you get a smooth creamy consistency. Pour the yogurt into six small paper cups, cover with foil and insert a craft stick into the center.

Freeze the yogurt popsicles about overnight or at least six hours, and then watch the smiles as your kids slurp away!