Froyo Berry Swirl Popsicles

Froyo Berry Swirl Popsicles

This is no ordinary popsicle!  Homemade Frozen Berry & Yogurt Swirl Popsicles are simply a perfect blend of yogurt & fresh berries and a delicious way to start your morning or cool off during a hot summer’s day.  

Homemade frozen yogurt pops with fresh berri swirl

So, it’s getting warmer out, and you (or your kids) are craving something cold. Mine are constantly asking for ice cream which isn’t exactly a mid-day snack. It’s definitely not breakfast approved either!  You know what is, though? Yogurt! Here’s a simple & easy way to make allergy-friendly, frozen yogurt pops with almost no work whatsoever. May I present you with my Homemade Froyo Berry Swirl Popsicles!

This is no ordinary popsicle! Homemade Frozen Berry & Yogurt Swirl Popsicles are simply a perfect blend of yogurt & fresh berries *Yogurt

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*Frozen Berries & lemon zest

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*Light Agave

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“Best Mom of the Year” award!

In less than 1o minutes, I was able to whip up a batch and my kids thought I was nothing short of a magician. “Do it again MOM!”  Of course, we had to wait for the freezing to happen, but I just kept them occupied long enough and the reward in the end was frozen bliss.

Want a little secret on how to make this magic, especially when you are dairy-free?  So Delicious Vanilla yogurt!  So Delicious has been my go-to for DF yogurt, ice cream, frozen treats, cocowhip and milk.  It’s just that good!

Homemade frozen yogurt pops with fresh berri swirl

Experiment with different fruits and add-in’s. Think about what you like to add into your yogurt bowls because the ingredient combinations and flavors are endless. If you have kids like I do, involve them too! Kids love to help come up with of combinations to try.  But if you want some other ideas, how about:

*Strawberry & Banana

*SunButter & Mashed Berries

*Pineapple & Coconut

*Peaches & Raspberry

This is no ordinary popsicle! Homemade Frozen Berry & Yogurt Swirl Popsicles are simply a perfect blend of yogurt & fresh berries

These Froyo Berry Swirl Popsicles, are packed with protein-rich So Delicious dairy-free yogurt, agave & fresh fruit. These are probably ingredients that you have on hand but maybe your picky eaters wouldn’t consume if they were served in a bowl.  Once all of these ingredients are mixed together and frozen, it becomes a sweet, creamy, decadent treat that even the pickiest of eaters is sure to enjoy. Or it becomes a grab-n-go breakfast for you as you head out to the gym.

Print the recipe below

Froyo Berry Swirl Popsicles

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Yield 10 popsicles

This is no ordinary popsicle!  Homemade Frozen Berry & Yogurt Swirl Popsicles are simply a perfect blend of yogurt & fresh berries and a delicious way to start your morning or cool off during a hot summer's day.

Ingredients

1 cup frozen or fresh mixed berries

1 teaspoon finely grate lemon zest

1/2 cup light agave nectar

2 1/4 cups So Delicious Vanilla yogurt

Instructions

In a small saucepan, mix together berries, lemon zest and 1/4 cup agave.  Simmer until berries have softened and can mash easily (although don't make it into tiny bits, leave some larger bites).  Let chill in the fridge until cooled.

In a medium bowl, whisk together remaining agave and yogurt.  Lightly swirl cooled berries into yogurt, making a marble look then scoop into popsicle molds.

Freeze until solid.

Notes

Reduce or increase agave according to sweet tooth :).  

Before removing popsicle from mold, you may need to run it under water just to release it from its container. 

Courses Breakfast, snack

Cuisine dairy free, top 8 free, nut free, vegan, gluten free

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This is no ordinary popsicle! Homemade Frozen Berry & Yogurt Swirl Popsicles are simply a perfect blend of yogurt & fresh berries

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19 Comments
  • Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine
    Posted at 15:33h, 22 February Reply

    Wishing it was summer now!

  • Sarah
    Posted at 19:26h, 22 February Reply

    I adore these! It reminds me of parfait pops the girls and I use to make for breakfast! We would add in granola or dip them in granola. Of course using my favorite So Delicious yogurt this has me wanting to make these asap (even with snow on the ground).

  • Alisa Fleming
    Posted at 20:44h, 22 February Reply

    So much healthier of a treat than most of the store bought pops, and probiotics to boot! I need to get some cute molds like that, too.

  • Kortney
    Posted at 06:37h, 23 February Reply

    I would love to have this as a snack! And what a great way to get kids to eat yoghurt.

  • Chandice Probst
    Posted at 08:45h, 23 February Reply

    What a great way to enjoy fruit this summer!

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 13:19h, 24 February Reply

      Thanks Chandice. It’s just fun to change it up, especially for the kiddos.

  • Megan
    Posted at 10:09h, 23 February Reply

    Such pretty colors. I love that you put lemon zest in it for an extra perk. Pinned to my summer board.

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 10:10h, 27 February Reply

      Awesome Megan! The zest does just add that little zing to make the berry flavor pop. Hope the weather warms up soon so you and the boys can enjoy these.

  • Amanda
    Posted at 20:15h, 23 February Reply

    My daughter wakes up asking for ice cream, these are the perfect alternative!

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 10:13h, 27 February Reply

      Does she really? Then these would be perfect for her! My kids are always wanting popsicles so this gives us the healthier version without the cost of the “healthy” store bought options.

  • Mary Ellen @ VNutrition
    Posted at 06:40h, 24 February Reply

    These looks so cool! A perfect treat for the little ones (or big ones like myself)! I’m going to have to find some molds to try this. 🙂

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 10:16h, 27 February Reply

      I love them just as much as the kids do, even when they are in cute popsicle molds.

  • Linda @ Veganosity
    Posted at 15:12h, 24 February Reply

    Those pieces of berries! This is a great idea, I’d have a hard time sharing. 🙂

  • Uma Srinivas
    Posted at 12:27h, 25 February Reply

    Good recipe to welcome summer!! But my daughter likes to eat even in the winter time 😉

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 09:57h, 27 February Reply

      Smart girl! If you can eat yogurt in the winter, than you can absolutely eat a Froyo Pop 🙂

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