Blueberry Greek Yogurt Popsicles

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Blueberry Greek Yogurt Popsicles are a healthy frozen treat recipe, with delicious vanilla yogurt and juicy fresh blueberries. Packed with vitamin C, antioxidants, and power-boosting protein, you’re going to want a stash of these Greek yogurt pops in your freezer all summer!!

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These frozen yogurt popsicles are the consummate summer treat – creamy, fruity, and ice cold!

I have been creating plenty of recipes for fruit popsicles to stay cool. Have you had a chance to try these Pineapple Orange Popsicles yet? They have no refined sugar and are a perfect cool treat for a hot day. Or, these Strawberry Kiwi Vitamin C Ice Pops are an easy 4 ingredient popsicle recipe for a healthy summer treat.

And, if you like yogurt popsicles, be sure to try these Red White and Blue Popsicles. They’re made with yogurt and fresh berries, and are SO delicious!

Blueberry Greek Yogurt Popsicles

Are fruit popsicles healthy?

Whether or not your popsicle recipes are healthy really depends on what you put in them. If they contain yogurt and fresh fruit, or they’re made without a lot of added sugar, chances are they are a healthy frozen treat!

That’s why yogurt popsicles are such a favorite of mine. They contain only one tablespoon of added sweetness from the honey. LOADS of fresh blueberries and vanilla yogurt – you can’t go wrong!

How to make popsicles at home

These fruit popsicles are so easy to make at home that you’ll never want to buy them at the store again. All you will need is a popsicle mold of some sort.

You can make popsicle fruit pops in any type of mold from a Dixie cup and a popsicle stick to a popsicle mold. If you want them to look like the ones you buy at a store, you will want to use a mold. 

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Ingredients in Vanilla Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles

All of the ingredients in these Greek yogurt popsicles are blended until they are smooth and creamy. But, if you want a popsicle recipe that has chunks of fruit, you can make whole fruit popsicles as well!

Just add whole blueberries to the popsicle mold before you freeze them. They will need to be small enough to fit into the mold. So, you may need to slice them in half if they are too large.

For larger fruits, you may want to slice them into thin slices rather than thicker chunks.

What other fruits can I use?

You can puree almost any type of fruit for these fruit popsicles. Why not try another type of fresh berry. Or, try mango, pineapple, kiwi, or even peach.

Pureed bananas make a great choice if you are looking for fruit popsicles with no added sugar. They are sweet enough on their own. The important thing to remember is to blend the fruit so the texture is creamy and smooth.

Dairy Free Yogurt Pops

If you want coconut milk popsicles, you can add coconut yogurt rather than traditional Greek yogurt, for a lactose-free popsicle recipe. Or, you could try another plant-based yogurt like soy or almond.

Pro Tips for Making Greek Yogurt Popsicles

  • For a creamier consistency.
    If you’re wondering how to make popsicles creamy, not icy, it’s the addition of the yogurt that adds creaminess these blueberry popsicles.
  • Let them freeze completely.
    The hardest part about making these yogurt popsicles is waiting for them to freeze. When making fruit popsicles, you will need to let them freeze for at least 4 hours.

    I like to freeze mine for 24 hours, just to make sure everything is solid. So, make sure you plan ahead and make them the day before you want to enjoy them.

Serving Suggestions

If you’re planning on serving the blueberry yogurt popsicles at a party, I find it’s best to set them in a large tray of ice cubes so that they stay frozen and don’t melt.

And, if you are serving them to kids, slip a cupcake liner through the stick on the bottom to catch any of the messy drips. You’ll appreciate it when it’s time to clean up.

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Blueberry Greek Yogurt Popsicles

Donna Elick
Blueberry Greek Yogurt Popsicles are a healthy frozen treat recipe with delicious vanilla yogurt and juicy fresh blueberries. Kids love 'em!
5 stars from 1 review
Tried this recipe?Please comment and review!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Freeze 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 5 minutes
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Method Freezer
Servings 10 popsicles


  • 2 cups blueberries, fresh or frozen (defrosted)
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 3 1/2 cups vanilla yogurt, divided


  • In a small bowl, stir honey and blueberries together. Set aside.
  • In a blender combine blueberry mixture and 2 cups yogurt, blend until a smooth consistency is achieved.
  • Fill ice pop molds with 1½ cups vanilla yogurt. Layer blueberry mixture on top. Freeze 4-24 hours, until ice pops are frozen through. I like to freeze mine for 24 hours.
  • Serve and enjoy!


Serving: 1 | Calories: 96cal | Carbohydrates: 18g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 4mg | Sodium: 57mg | Sugar: 17g | Fiber: 1g | Calcium: 149mg | Iron: 1mg

All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe’s nutritional value will vary depending on the ingredients used, measuring methods, and portion sizes.

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Originally published June 2012, updated and republished July 2020.

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  1. Are you supposed to use vanilla Greek yogurt or regular vanilla yogurt? The title implies using Greek but the ingredient list says regular.

  2. I’ve made these for the last two months. It was a delicious & healthy treat. I used stevia instead of honey or sugar. Also used blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, and bananas.

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