Refreshingly cool Raspberry Yogurt Popsicles are good for you and kid approved!
During the summer, my family loves popsicles. I don’t like the idea of all that sugar and dyes, though, so I make a lot of popsicles to help keep the kiddos cool.
My favorite thing is to put tons of fruit into the homemade popsicles. I’ve made pure fruit popsicles that are 100% fruit. I’ve also made ones with raspberries and lemonade. We switch it up, so I’m always coming up with new ideas for homemade popsicles, and these raspberry yogurt popsicles are my latest.
(Speaking of ideas– if you have any amazing ideas for me for more popsicle recipes, let me know in the comments! I would love more ideas!)
These raspberry yogurt popsicles are super easy! So easy!
I use this popsicle mold (these are affiliate links), and I love it. It’s made hundreds of popsicles and it’s still going strong. I like that it uses wooden popsicle sticks, since I had problems with the plastic sticks. The popsicles had a tendency to just fall right off the stick in the midst of being eaten, and that wasn’t cool with me.
When using wooden popsicle sticks, they will work best if you soak the sticks first. If you forget to do that, and you’re already pouring the mixture into the popsicle mold when you remember (not that I would EVER do that!), just boil some water and put them in that for a couple of minutes, and they’ll work okay.
- 1/2 cup raspberries,, fresh or frozen
- 2 cups vanilla yogurt , **
- If using wooden popsicle sticks, soak the sticks in water for an hour.
- Put a spoonful of yogurt into each popsicle mold. Use the spoon to push the yogurt down into the end well to make sure there aren't any air pockets.
- Add 2-3 raspberries per mold.
- Spoon in more yogurt.
- Continue layering until each popsicle mold is full.
- Insert stick according to the direction that came with your popsicle mold.
- Freeze until solid.
My family loves making these using Zoi Honey yogurt.
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