Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles

strawberry yogurt popsicles

Hi There! It’s Karyn from Pint Sized Baker here to share a great summer treat that everyone is sure to love… strawberry yogurt popsicles!

Is it getting hot where you are? Here in the Mid-Atlantic, the weather has been very nice. Not too steamy yet, but I know those days are coming!

My Little Cup gets out of school the first week of June and she is ready for summer break! She was complaining the other night that Daddy put to to bed too early because the sun was still shining. It was 8:45 and yes, the sky was still glowing with the setting sun, but she’s not done with school yet.

Are your kids itchin’ to get out of school, too?

strawberry yogurt popsicle

These Simple Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles will be perfect for those summer afternoons (and after school) snacks! They are made with only Strawberries and Yogurt.

I took a cup of hulled strawberries and pureed them in the food processor. No sugar needed.

Then I simply layered the strawberry puree and vanilla yogurt into my popsicle molds and froze them overnight.

Any fruit puree will do. Any vanilla yogurt will do.

Make your favorite and enjoy!

My Little Cup wanted to sell these refreshing treats to the neighbor kids. She even made up this awesome For Sale sign.


I hope that you and your family enjoy these popsicles! Here’s to a great start to Summer!

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  1. Ok…give them up!! They look too delicious!
    You girls need to submit these for the next food fight! (Any any other fruit pops or ice cream) Karyn already submitted some as well :)
    Submit here:

  2. This looks great!
    I would love for you to share and link up at my TGIF Link Party. The party is open every Thursday night and closes Wednesday’s at midnight.
    Have a wonderful week!
    Hugs, Cathy

  3. Oh boy these look and sound so good!~ Nice that they are a healthy little treat too! Have a great day.

  4. Becky Howell says:

    Yum, I’m definitely going to use this recipe for my kids. Can you share a resource on where to acquire the beautiful green popsicle makers?

  5. These look so yummy and refreshing :)

  6. This look so refreshing! I must get myself some popsicle molds! Strawberries are their peek right now in our neck of the woods and since it is my favorite fruit I am loving it right now!


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