FOOD: Strawberry Popsicles with Greek Yogurt

Hi there, Amanda here from A Life Well Lived bringing you an easy, refreshing, and healthy treat just in time for spring strawberry popsicles.  I know these aren't the hardest things to make but sometimes simple is just better.

If you can't tell from my previous posts here on Made By Girl, I like recipes that serve as a foundation for many recipes. Recipes that can be adapted and changed depending on the season, the event, or even my mood. Just like the creme brûlée and the palmiers that I posted here before, these popsicles can be adapted to whatever flavor you want.

As long as the method is the same, you can't go wrong. So, since Spring is upon us and that means the start of strawberry season here in California(not to mention warmer weather!), I thought I would make strawberry popsicles with greek yogurt. Only 4 ingredients to get you to the perfect healthy warm weather treat.

Also, I don't know about you but I love dessert. I mean love it so much that I need to have something sweet after every meal. These popsicles are not only easy but they are also healthy so I won't feel guilty if I eat one or three at a time. If you want to switch up the flavors, you can try watermelon in the summer or peaches or maybe even cantaloupe or mango. Whatever fruit you can blend can be made into popsicles.

Strawberry Popsicles with Greek Yogurt:
  • 1 8-oz containers of vanilla yogurt
  • 1 lb carton of strawberries, hulled
  • 1/4 cup honey
In a blender, blend together the yogurt, berries, and honey until smooth. Pour into the popsicle molds. Press on the lids and transfer to the freezer to freeze overnight. Makes 12 popsicles.

-post by amanda fredrickson



  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE this post! I was actually scouring the web this past weekend trying to find yummy and healthy snacks for my little one and wanted to make yogurt popsicles or smoothies for her. Gotta sneak in those veggies and protein and this would be perfect. Can't wait to make them :)

  2. Definately going to make this!

  3. where did you purchase your Popsicle molds? those look great. I have some plastic ones that are not so sturdy that I'm looking to replace! thanks!

  4. These will be fun to make with my little one. Those berries look so good!

  5. This looks so delicious. I can't wait to try it.

    Be sure to check out my blog.

    Maggie A

  6. This Looks Amazing doll!!
    I really want one now :P


  7. These look delish. My boyfriend would love em :)

    x Lily

  8. They look tasty :)!! You have a very nice blog!

  9. Gosh do they look good! I haven't eaten much strawberries this year yet... gotta go to the farmer's market more often, I know.

    agnes / iiiinspired / pieces-of-mine

  10. I swear im making some this weekend...i love that they have yogurt!


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