Sweet and creamy blueberry popsicles made with greek yogurt! The perfect Summer treat!
I always hated yogurt – until I tried greek yogurt. Seems like you either love it or you hate it but as soon as I took a bite it was obvious, I am a lover of greek yogurt. I eat it every. single. day. Blueberry greek yogurt makes a regular appearance in my kitchen. Cause um, blueberries? Delish.
One of the great things about greek yogurt is that you can use it sooooo many ways, like pound cakes, oatmeal, cookies, brownies, pies, salad dressings, and of course popsicles. Nothing like a popsicle to cut through the heat of a summer day and cool you off. Or winter. I don’t judge. I’ve been known to eat ice cream whether it’s hot outside or freezing cold. I just like frozen treats, don’t care much which season I’m in.
And throwing some greek yogurt in the mix makes me feel a little better about eating popsicles for breakfast.
These blueberry popsicles are refreshing, tasty, and take about five seconds of prep. Seriously. You just mix the stuff together and pour it into your popsicle molds. Of course you have to wait until they are frozen, which can be painful since you’re dying to gobble them up. But if you distract yourself with a pile of laundry or pop them in the freezer right before you go to bed, the wait will be slightly more bearable and before you know it, creamy frozen blueberry popsicle goodness. Mmmm.
What people are saying about these Blueberry Greek Yogurt Popsicles
“Just wanted you to know that my kids loved these, we took your popsicles out to the park and they were a hit! We are going to make another patch for our dieting group on Saturday, blueberries cause fat loss.” – Cooking Mommy
If you like these blueberry Greek yogurt popsicles, you’ll love my Golden Oreo Frozen Greek Yogurt and Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream.
Blueberry Greek Yogurt Popsicles
- 1 cup vanilla or plain greek yogurt - (I used fat free)
- ½ cup milk - (half and half or heavy cream will result in a creamier popsicle, but you can use fat free or almond milk as well)
- 1 cup frozen blueberries
- sweetener to taste - (I recommend honey or white sugar)
- Whisk together greek yogurt, milk, and sweetener to taste until smooth. Gently stir in blueberries. Pour mixture into molds. Freeze 4 hours or over night. Thaw for a few minutes before serving so they will be easier to remove from the molds.
Just wanted you to know that my kids loved these, we took your popsicles out to the park and they were a hit! We are going to make another patch for our dieting group on Saturday, blueberries cause fat loss.
Thank you so much for letting me know you liked these! Ah, I just love summertime togetherness and POPSICLES make trips to the park ten times better 🙂 Thanks!!
How much sweetener did you use?
Hi Marci, I used about 3-5 tablespoons of granulated sugar – that was just right for me 🙂
shared on my facebook fan page! Fabulous
Thanks Alison!! 🙂
Great idea, Tiffany! As a professional pastry chef, I am always looking for ways to keep the weight off. This is a fabulous, frozen treat that I do not have to feel guilty about. The shot glasses are pretty genius! Looking forward to more of your ideas.
Where did you get those adorable square “shot glasses”? Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Hi Tami – I actually got them from Walmart!!