“Should we buy strawberry or cherry?” my mom asked as we neared the yogurt section of the grocery store. Summer was the only time she bought yogurt, and when she did, I knew we’d be making frozen yogurt pie. That cold, creamy dessert is something my siblings and I still remember about summertime as kids. This yogurt popsicle recipe gives a new twist to that refreshing treat.
With only 2 ingredients, and no need for exact measuring, these yogurt ice pops are super simple to make. They are a perfect recipe for kids to make on their own.
- 1 — 8 oz. container of Cool Whip, thawed (We used the fat free version.)
- 2 — 6 oz. containers of yogurt
- Popsicle/Ice Pop molds
- Large mixing bowl
Creamy Yogurt Popsicle Recipe
Use your spoon to scoop 1/2 of the Cool Whip into the bowl.
Next, add both containers of yogurt. Any flavor of yogurt will work for this recipe. We like using a fruit variety, like cherry, strawberry, or blueberry.
Mix the yogurt and whipped topping together until well blended. Use your spoon to fill the ice pop molds. Be sure to leave 1/4 inch space at the top to allow for the mixture to expand as it freezes.
Freeze overnight. To remove your ice pops, just run warm water over the outside of the mold for a few seconds.
Growing up, buying yogurt meant one thing. I love sharing those memories and this delicious summer treat with my own kids. And they love that this yogurt popsicle recipe is a recipe kids can make.
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