Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops

Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops are a healthy and satisfying treat for a hot day!

Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops are a healthy and satisfying treat for a hot day! Easy to make and super kid friendly! | | #recipe

Summer has definitely arrived early!  Bryce and I hit the park at about 10 this morning and you would have thought it was mid-afternoon in July the way I was sweating.  Bryce wasn’t phased except to tell me that his bike helmet was making his head “schwetty”.  We made it a good hour before heading back home but it made me super thankful for these smoothie pops that I had popped into the freezer right before we left.  They weren’t ready until after Reece got home but they were absolutely worth the wait!

Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops are a healthy and satisfying treat for a hot day! Easy to make and super kid friendly! | | #recipe

These smoothie pops are the bomb!  Seriously.  This is a treat that even I can enjoy and my nutritionist would approve of (right Stepanie??).  Three ingredients: Greek yogurt,  frozen berries, and milk.  They take just seconds to make and are heavenly on hot afternoons.  I love watching my boys enjoy these smoothie pops because I know they are inhaling calcium, protein, and antioxidants AND they think they are getting an amazing treat.  Which they totally are because the pops are delicious!  Want a lick?


Greek Yogurt Berry Smoothie Pops
  • ½ cup Greek yogurt (I use Chobani Vanilla)
  • ½ cup milk
  • 1 cup frozen berries
  1. Blend ingredients until smooth.
  2. Pour into 3 oz paper cups.
  3. Let pops set up until almost firm and insert popscicle stick.
  4. Continue freezing until solid.
  5. Gently tear off paper cup and enjoy immediately.
  6. Makes 5 pops.

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  1. Mmmm!!! Looks yummy :)

  2. What a tasty summer treat! I’m sure they were just as refreshing as they look :)
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  3. Wow, Trish! The colors are gorgeous on these! And man, the heat. In May. WHY?
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  4. These pops are not only gorgeous…but they look absolutely mouth watering! My boys would love these too…especially after the sweaty bike helmet comes off!
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  5. These looks so delicious. I bet my kids (and I) would LOVE them.

  6. These look amazing and super yummy.

  7. Those look so delicious, Trish and I love the color!!
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  8. How cute and easy! My kids would love these!
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  9. Your son looks like a superhero holding that pop. Lucky he’s not camera shy–now I can’t wait to make these pops for the young students! Thanks!
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  10. these are gorgeous Trish, and a great way to beat this heat!!
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  11. I do want a bite of that pretty purple popsicle!!!! I love how easy these are to put together for hot summer days!! I need to remember to do this!!!
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  12. Maria L. Webster says:

    What berries did you use for your popsicles to obtain such a beautiful color?

  13. Wow. You make the best stuff!! I want one of these right now! Yummy! Pinned!

  14. This looks so delicious!! I like Greek yogurt pops :) The color is gorgeous too!
    Come submit it to the food fight :)
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  15. These look fabulous and I love the color! Fun, fun!
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  16. These look delish! I love how bright they are and my kids would eat these up!

  17. These look great,bet they would be great with peanut butter and banana too. Wouldn’t know how to mix that though. Can’t wait to try them.

  18. These look delicious, and so pretty too. Thanks for sharing.
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  19. What a pretty, refreshing treat! Pinned!
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  20. These are absolutely gorgeous! Love all that fresh fruit flavor and creamy yogurt. Thanks for sharing!
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  21. These look so delicious!

  22. These look wonderful. Where did you get the colorful sticks?

  23. Love the vibrant color of these popsicles! The added yogurt is a big plus with me! Thanks for sharing!
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  24. Love that these are such a healthy summer treat! I made sure to include these in my post today, of course with a link back to the lovely recipe! Thanks!
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  25. These look super! I make smoothies all the time, but this would be a great snack to keep around for the mid-afternoon munchies! Love it!

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  26. It is weird that I want to make these just to eat them for myself, and I’m 20. They look amazing.

  27. I had a go at making those yummy greek yogurt pops tonight. I gotta say it again YUMMY! =) There already for tomorrows hot day here in Australia. I used soy milk in mines and i love them, easy, healthy and quick. Thank-you.

  28. These looks SO yummy! Can’t wait to try them out with the kids this summer! Thanks for the great idea!

  29. Thank you so much for the smoothie pop recipe! I needed a recipe to use up frozen berries.

  30. Tahoe Mama says:

    I just popped a batch of these in the freezer in my new rocket Popsicle molds. I only had European style plain yogurt in the frig, and used frozen blueberries with a little bit of milk (the European style yogurt is runnier then regular yogurt). I also added a teaspoon of coconut palm sugar to increase the sweetness. Next time I might cook the berries down to enhance their flavor and sweetness.

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