Berry Yogurt Popsicles

These Berry Yogurt Popsicles are low in calorie and sugar, high in protein and so easy to make! At 40 calories per popsicle, they’re perfect as a snack, post-workout and even for breakfast!

3 berry yogurt popsicles placed on ice and two purple flowers around them

The beauty of these Berry Yogurt Popsicles is that you can use any kind of berry you have handy: blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, or blackberries

For these pops I decided to use blueberries & raspberries since that’s what I had in my fridge.

Since I was looking to keep the calories low for this treat, I decided to make them sugar free popsicles by using non-calorie sweeteners but you can use honey to sweeten the yogurt if that’s your cup of tea.

Just be aware that each tablespoon of honey contains 64 calories, 17 grams sugar, and 17 grams carbohydrates. 

Ingredients

  • The main ingredient is plain non-fat Greek yogurt. I love using this type of yogurt since it has no fat, it’s low in carbs and has high protein content. My favorite brand is Trader Joe’s 😀

I’m lactose intolerant but for some reason I can handle Greek yogurt which makes me very happy!

  • To sweeten the popsicles we’ll use 2 no-calorie sweetener packets like Truvia. You can also use honey instead if you prefer to use this. Just note that by using honey, the calorie content will change.
  • Vanilla extract or if you prefer to make it sweeter, use 1 tbsp of sugar free coffee syrup like french vanilla flavor
  • Blueberries & raspberries
  • Granola (optional)
Four berry yogurt popsicles formed in a line

How to make Berry Popsicles

We’ll start by mixing the Greek yogurt, sweetener, vanilla syrup or vanilla extract in a medium bowl. Mix well with a spoon.

Add half of the yogurt mixture to the ice pop molds. Add a few whole berries in each mold and push to the bottom of the mold with a toothpick.

Freeze the pops for about 15 minutes just to harden them up a bit.

Meanwhile, in a blender puree the remaining of the Greek yogurt and the berries. If the mixture is too dense and it’s “stuck” in the blender, add one tablespoon of water at the time and move the mixture around with a spoon until the blender can mix well.

Add the mix to the ice pop molds and freeze at least 3 – 4 hours. That’s it! Following these steps you’ll have a delicious and healthy treat!

Berry yogurt mix in popsicle molds. One photo with yogurt mixed with berries in a  blender


1 yogurt popsicle placed on ice with granola sprinkled around it

Berry Yogurt Popsicles

Servings 10 Popsicles
Ana Frias
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 9 hrs 27 mins
Total Time 3 hrs 15 mins
These Berry Yogurt Popsicles are low in calorie and sugar, high in protein and so easy to make! At 40 calories per popsicle, they're perfect as a snack, post-workout and even for breakfast!
10 Popsicles

Ingredients
  

  • 16 oz Plain non-fat Greek yogurt
  • 2 packets no-calorie sweetener like Truvia substitute with 3 tablespoons of honey if preferred. see note below
  • 1 Tablespoon sugar free coffee syrup - french vanilla substitute with 1 Teaspoon of vanilla extract if preferred.
  • 4 oz Blueberries
  • 4 oz Raspberries
  • Granola optional

Instructions
 

  • In a medium bowl, add the Greek yogurt, sweetener, vanilla syrup or vanilla extract if using any. Mix well with a spoon.
  • Add half of the yogurt mixture to the ice pop molds. Add a few whole berries in each mold and push to the bottom of the mold with a toothpick.
  • Freeze the pops for about 15 minutes just to harden them up a bit.
  • Meanwhile, in a blender puree the remaining of the Greek yogurt and the berries. Add the mix to the ice pop molds and top with granola if using any.
  • Freeze at least 3 – 4 hours.

*Ana's Notes:

If using honey, please note that this will change the calorie and macro nutrient content. Each tablespoon of honey contains 64 calories, 17 grams sugar, and 17 grams carbohydrates. 

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NUTRITION

Serving: 1Popsicle | Calories: 36kcal | Carbohydrates: 5g | Protein: 5g | Sodium: 15mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 3g

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This recipe was originally published in August 2012 and was updated in May 2019 to include newer photos and more instructions.  

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  1. 5 stars
    These berry popsicles are amazing, Ana. So easy to make and perfect for spring and summer as the temperatures are heating up. Your photography is gorgeous and so inspiring!

  2. They look so fun and delicious! I am 8 years old and was looking for a easy snack because I don’t know how to use an oven. I appreciate all the easy recipes!

    1. Hi Elena! I’m impressed that you’re 8 years old and you’re making your own snacks! Huge props to you 🙂 Thank you so much for making these and don’t stopo cooking! I can tell you’ll be a great Chef one day 🙂

  3. Wow. It’s just unbelievably hard to read this font on your website. Either make it bolder or bigger 🙁