Greek yogurt fruit pops

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Greek yogurt fruit pops laying on top of a bowl of ice and fruit.

Hey everyone! Chelsea back from Chelsea’s Messy Apron! With all the delicious cold treats that we enjoy during the summer (ICE CREAM!), I’m always looking for some way to get something a little healthier in that is still a cool refreshing treat.

These pops are just the thing! They are made with Greek yogurt, lots of fresh fruit, and a healthy sweetener of your choice. I used trivia, but you could use honey or an alternate sweetener. Depending on how sweet your fruit is, you could even leave it out!

Fruity Greek Yogurt Frozen Pops on top of a bowl of ice and fruit.These pops are made SUPER easy. Just blend up the ingredients, put them in a popsicle maker, and freeze.

They are a huge hit with my little boy — he’s been asking for one pretty much every single day! Enjoy 🙂

Frozen Greek Yogurt and Fruit Pops - healthy and delicious!

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Greek Yogurt Fruit Pops

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These pops are made SUPER easy. Just blend up the ingredients, put them in a popsicle maker, and freeze.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Author Chelsea Lords
Servings: 8 Popsicles


  • 2 cups fresh or frozen fruit I used 1 banana, strawberries, and blueberries
  • 2 cups Greek yogurt low-fat or fat-free vanilla flavored
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 teaspoons truvia or sub another sweetener


  • In a blender or large food processor, combine all of the ingredients.
  • If you have truvia, that's what I used, but any other sweetener will work as long as you make sure to "scale it." Truvia is more concentrated, so you will need more of plain sugar or honey - about 2-3 tablespoons.
  • Add any sweeteners to taste, because depending on the fruit you used it may be sweet enough without sweetener.
  • Pour the completely smooth mixture into a prepared popsicle mold or paper cups (and use a popsicle stick if going the paper cup route).
  • Place into the freezer until completely set up. Return any leftovers to the freezer.


Serves: 8

Calories65kcal (3%)Carbohydrates11g (4%)Protein5g (10%)Fat1g (2%)Saturated Fat1g (5%)Cholesterol3mg (1%)Sodium21mg (1%)Potassium123mg (4%)Fiber1g (4%)Sugar8g (9%)Vitamin A179IU (4%)Vitamin C1mg (1%)Calcium58mg (6%)Iron1mg (6%)

All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword Greek Yogurt Fruit Pops, Popsicle, Popsicle Recipe
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Chelsea Lords

Chelsea is the blogger behind Chelsea’s Messy Apron. She is always experimenting in the kitchen and making new things to eat. “Or I am in the kitchen eating. Both are good.” She tries to eat a balanced diet of healthful foods, but she loves desserts. You will find most of her recipes are healthy and easy, but still taste great! She has found that eating is all about balance and she hopes that that is the case on her site!

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