Creamy Homemade Yogurt Popsicles

Ermanuella Ben
Ermanuella Ben
Hi, I’m Erma. A food lover and food blogger. I try to make regularly dishes look less boring.
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Yogurt Popsicle is perfect for a summertime treat. And just before winter arrived, I wanted to enjoy some cold desserts so I made this. They’re customizable, you can make whatever fruit-flavored popsicle you want, and they are quite pretty!

Tips to Make the Best Popsicles

Please note: – Blend all your fruits if you want a smoother consistency – If your fruit has seeds (such as blackberries) strain the mixture.

Flavors are optional, I just didn’t have fresh lemon zest.

Click here for a detailed, simple steps video to make the best Yougurt Popsicles.

Yougurt Popsicles

How to Easily Get Yougurt Popsicles Out of the Mold

Stick the popsicle mold in a big bowl of hot water. Try not to get any of the water inside of the popsicles. Leave it in there for about 30 seconds and remove it.

If you have individual molds then you can stick each popsicle in a tall glass of hot water. You can also run the molds under hot water from the tap if you can’t fit them in a bowl. After they are frozen, remove them from the mold, and wrap them in parchment or wax paper. Store them in a bag or another container in the freezer and enjoy!

Yougurt Popsicles

Yougurt Popsicles

Avatar photoDeborah Olayiwola
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 10 minutes
Course Dessert
Servings 4 people

Ingredients
  

  • 2 small bananas
  • 16 small grapes (white & red)
  • 1 cup Low fat yogurt
  • chocolate chips
  • cup  condensed milk
  • cup caramel treat
  • A drop of Flavor (optional)

Instructions
 

  • Prep all your ingredients beforehand.
  • Start by blending/mashing up my fruits to form a smooth consistency
  • Add some condensed milk.
  • Follow up with some caramel.
  • I used low fat yoghurt but you can use any kind.
  • Add a little bit of artificial flavoring. This is super optional.
  • Set this aside and get your popsicle mold.
  • Add some chocolate chip to the popsicle milk then top it up with the yoghurt mixture.
  • Let it sit in the freezer overnight and you have the best summertime treat.
Keyword Yougurt popsicle
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Ermanuella Ben
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