Mom confession time: I’ve never made DIY Yogurt Popsicles before but I am so glad I finally found out about this simple recipe! It wasn’t until my daughter begged me to buy a popsicle mold set that I even made popsicles no less.
As she was eating yogurt for a snack, I had the idea to make these easy yogurt popsicles. She loves to eat yogurt so it’s only natural to blend her two favorites into one healthy snack.
Frozen DIY Yogurt Popsicles are incredibly easy to make
Once we finished making the popsicles and my daughter ate hers, I looked over at baby brother. He was smacking his lips in anticipation ready to taste one for the first time.
Frozen yogurt popsicles are great for teething babies too!
I had to get in on all the fun and before you know it all three of us were enjoying our blueberry and strawberry vanilla yogurt treats.
If you are looking to make a healthy snack for the kids and are limited on time this DIY Yogurt Popsicle recipe is for you.
How to make DIY Yogurt Popsicles
DIY Yogurt Popsicles: Ingredients and supplies
- Yogurt cups, pouches or smoothies (Any variety will work. We used the cups for this round)
Yogurt Popsicle directions
First, scoop the yogurt out of the cups and pour it evenly into each popsicle mold. One cup fills one popsicle. Place the top on to secure the yogurt in the mold.
Place in the freezer for 4-6 hours or overnight.
Run popsicle mold under warm water until it slips out of the case. Then, enjoy your new addiction! Kids love to make different flavors.
No matter the day, these easy DIY Yogurt popsicles make a healthy snack option for any busy family. What flavor are you most excited to try?
More Easy Popsicle Recipes for Kids
Looking for more flavors? Simply pick a different yogurt flavor or try any of these homemade popsicle recipes:
Don’t forget to pin!
- Strawberry Pre Made Yogurt
- Blueberry Pre Made Yogurt
- Banana Pre Made Yogurt
- First, scoop the yogurt out of the cups and pour evenly into each popsicle mold. One cup fills one popsicle. Place the top on to secure the yogurt in the mold.
- Place in the freezer for 4-6 hours or overnight.
- Run popsicle mold under warm water until it slips out of the case. Then, enjoy it! It’s truly that easy!