Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt Ice Pops

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Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt Ice Pops are the perfect summer treat! They are refreshing and packed with vitamin c, antioxidants and power boosting protein. Just 5 ingredients and a few minutes to pop these in the freezer.

Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt Ice Pops on a plate

If you are looking for a tasty way to beat the summer heat, the Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt Ice Pop is just the perfect treat.  Chad and I have a deep love and appreciation for all things lemon.

Whether its sweet treats, savory eats, household remedies or beauty treatments we are always happy to use lemon.  We always have a fruit basket full of lemons and a good portion of the year we are fortunate enough to have a tree full of lemons.

As I was preparing these fabulously flavorful frozen treats, all I could think about was biting into one.  Savoring the layers of tart lemon juice and lemon zest and contrasting sweet raspberries perfectly combined with smooth and creamy protein packed yogurt.

Hot to Make Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt Ice Pops

I very carefully constructed each popsicle.  Took my time, I mean look at those raspberries, all with the end game in mind.  These were mine!  Chad doesn’t care for popsicles that much and Munchkins palette isn’t quite developed enough to really enjoy lemon yet.  This creation was all for me. 

That was until Chad came back from the photo shoot, I don’t know what came over him.  Shortly after the photo shoot was over I didn’t have any more ice pops.  I had 10, now I have 1.  He had commandeered the entire tray, except the one in my mouth.  So nice of him to save me one.

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All kidding aside, Chad loved these ice pops so much that he declared these “his popsicles”.  We have a freezer full of ice pops for the munchkin and I.  But these ones, these are for Chad.  So, being the ever resourceful woman that I am…  I made another batch.  Thankfully raspberries are on sale so I can really stock up on these ice pops.  Low calorie, healthy treat.  The perfect dessert for us to eat!

You might want to hide these though.  Seriously, behind the vegetables or something.

Helpful Tips:

  • Use fresh lemon juice. This is not the recipe for bottled lemon juice. Trust me it will make a difference.
  • You can use frozen raspberries in this recipe.

Enjoy!

With love from our simple kitchen to yours. 


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raspberry lemonade yogurt ice pops

Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt Ice Pops

Donna Elick
Raspberry Lemonade Yogurt Ice Pops are the perfect summer treat! They are refreshing and packed with vitamin c, antioxidants and power boosting protein. Just 5 ingredients and a few minutes to pop these in the freezer.
Tried this recipe?Please comment and review!
Prep Time 5 mins
Freeze 4 hrs
Total Time 4 hrs 5 mins
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Method Freezer
Servings 10 ice pops

Equipment

Ingredients
 

  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoons lemon zest, zest of one lemon
  • 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice, about 2 lemons juiced
  • 1 1/2 cups plain yogurt
  • 6 ounces fresh raspberries, cleaned (large ones cut in half)

Instructions
 

  • Evenly distribute raspberries between ice pop molds. Set aside.
  • In a medium bowl, combine lemon zest and sugar. Smash lemon zest with a fork until all sugar is coated in lemon. Add lemon juice and yogurt. Stir until well combined.
  • Pour into molds. Cover with aluminum foil and add sticks. Freeze for 4-24 hours.
  • Enjoy!

Nutrition

Serving: 1 | Calories: 53cal | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 5mg | Sodium: 17mg | Sugar: 8g | Fiber: 1g | Calcium: 50mg | 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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33 Comments

  1. So pretty and love the flavor combination. I bet the yogurt is terrific frozen. Have a great weekend!

        1. Hi Trish,
          There is no need to coat the mold with anything, once they are frozen they will pop right out. Hope this helps.
          TSRI Team Member,
          Holli

  2. i am drooling. how refreshing are these? Seriously, they look gorgeous, look delicious, look fresh and scream summer

    1. Seriously amazing. I was a little unsure how they would turn out, but I am soooo happy I worked out the recipe. Definitely worth making.

    1. No, it is not. That is why I use sugar in the recipe. I buy the Dannon all natural plain yogurt (sometimes I use non-fat). Just milk and pectin are the ingredients. Hope that helps!

  3. I made this today using vanilla yogurt and blackberries — it was delicious! thank you for the recipe ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I followed the principles and proportions of this recipe substituting greek yogurt, limes, and strawberries (what I had on hand). Spectacular! Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. You could probably use Splenda baking blend and non fat greek yogurt. I would certainly cut the calorie count, the fat count and add protein from the greek yogurt.

  6. Where did you find your Popsicle mold? I just love the look of traditional Popsicles! Also, what about substituting honey for the sugar? I'm trying to do away with refined sugars, but these just look too yummy to pass up! ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. I place each one in a plastic baggie and store all of those baggies in a freezer gallon bag. Hope that helps.

  7. They're beautiful! Mine turned out very sour. I think I'll use less lemon next time. I also used plain Greek yogurt, does that make a difference?

  8. They're beautiful! Mine turned out very sour, I think I'll use less lemon next time. Also I used plain Greek yogurt. Does that make a difference?

    1. Greek yogurt would make them thicker, but do what works for you. We do like sour, but the lemon size and quality makes a big difference. Large lemons tend to be more juicy, but less flavorful. Where as small lemons really pack a punch.

      Hope that helps! Enjoy. XOXO Donna

    2. Thanks Donna!! I'll check the mix next time for lemon taste before freezing! Also I'm wondering if Greek yogurt made ut more tart? I'll try with plain yogurt next time.

    3. Thanks Donna!! I'll check the mix next time for lemon taste before freezing! Also I'm wondering if Greek yogurt made ut more tart? I'll try with plain yogurt next time.

  9. My husband and I tried to make these today, but we used agave instead of sugar and blended the mixture before pouring it into the molds. When we tasted it it was extremely bitter! Would this be from blending it? Any thoughts? The same thing happened with key lime pops we tried to make earlier this week :-/

  10. Many many….thanks for your kindness I would like to ask you if it is possible to make it with diet sweet and diet yoghourt

  11. I'm eyeing all these delicious popsicle recipes today. Raspberries and lemonade is a must try!

  12. Love flavor combo! mouthwatering idea for hot summer days! thanks for sharing with us…

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