DIY Frozen Yogurt Pops [Summer Fun with Stonyfield]

This post was created in partnership with Stonyfield. All opinions are my own.

Summer Fun Stonyfield Collage

Summer is in full swing – it’s hot and the girls are loving that they can cool down with cold treats.  The only problem with that is – they ask for cold treats all.the.time.  So, after seeing my blogger friend Ruth’s post about making her own Fruit Ice Pops, I was inspired to put a Stonyfield twist and make our own Frozen Yogurt Pops!  That way, the girls could enjoy as many frozen treats as they wanted because I would know exactly what was in them – and they’re healthy and delicious!

I decided to make these super simple, but there are so many variations you could choose.  A fellow Stonyfield Yo-Getter actually made Peanut Butter and Jelly Popsicles that I’m dying to try!  For our Frozen Yogurt Pops, I stuck with 2 different kinds of pureed fruit – Blueberries and Strawberries and went with good ‘ole Stonyfield Smooth and Creamy Lowfat Vanilla Yogurt.

Yogurt Pops Collage

Our blueberries were a bit on the tart side, so I threw in about a teaspoon of sugar, just to make sure the popsicles weren’t too tart and blended them into a beautiful puree in my Ninja Ultima Blender.  How about those lovely popsicle molds?!  While searching for molds on Amazon, I saw these from Zoku and I loved the shape and size of the Round Molds, so that’s what I purchased.  They ended up working great!

My Frozen Yogurt Pop Assistant was fantastic.  Sophia is happier helping me with tasks around the house and cooking than she is playing, so that’s how we’re keeping busy this Summer.

Making Frozen Yogurt Pops Collage

We layered the Frozen Yogurt Pops, alternating between Stonyfield Vanilla Yogurt and Pureed Strawberries and Blueberries.  I tried to swirl them inside the mold so they would come out looking extra cool and we left them to freeze overnight.

Frozen Yogurt Pops Puree

Speaking of cool – this was such a fun project from start to finish.  The amount of fruit and yogurt it took was minimal and the taste – well, it was truly delicious.  I think this is definitely going to become a weekly activity for our family to do – even in the Winter!

Eating Frozen Yogurt Pops

Moreaya couldn’t decide which flavor she liked the best – so she sampled them all!  And both girls thought that I was the “best Mom EVERRR” for letting them eat popsicles for Breakfast!

Popsicles for Breakfast

Little did they realize that it was the same breakfast they usually have – just in a different state.  It’s my little secret for now!

Frozen Yogurt and Fruit Pops

So that’s how we’re having some Stonyfield Fun this Summer.  I gotta know…

What fruit or yogurt flavor would you add if you were making Frozen Yogurt Pops?

  1. I love to make pops all year not just summer! I like to toss just about anything together I'd put in a smoothie and you never make the same thing twice!
  2. These look delicious! The fact that they're healthy is a bonus. I would love to try them with pomegranate yogurt. I love the molds too. They would be great for making Indian ice cream(kulfi), which is not exactly healthy but delicious. My daughter loves to help me in the kitchen too and she would really enjoy this project.
  3. This is amazing! I never thought of it, but it should be a fun project for my daughter and I. Awesome steps too. Thx much

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