We’ve been eating lots of frozen treats around here lately—and have been since the weather started to warm up a few months ago—and these bright pink raspberry freezer pops are a favorite.
Homemade Freezer Pops
They are made with just a few ingredients, taste bright and fresh, and store well in the freezer. In short, they are a favorite afternoon snack or dessert on almost any day of the week. We love to eat them outside, though my kids are equal opportunity popsicle eaters and enjoy them anywhere!
Easy Freezer Pops
We love to make homemade freezer pops in reusable molds or in little cups. Either method works well and the cups are a great option if you want to scale up the recipe to make for a crowd. All you need to do to get the mixture ready is to blend the ingredients, then pour into the cups and pop it into the freezer. It’s easiest to get the sticks to stay upright if you place them into the cups after the mixture has set a bit, so just be sure to set a timer.
Raspberry Freezer Pops
We like the bright flavor of raspberries in this freezer pop recipe, but you can also do strawberries or blueberries. Blend the mixture really well if your kids are at all sensitive to textures—just to be sure that the fruit is totally smooth—and then let them enjoy their treat!Print
With fresh fruit and protein-packed Greek yogurt, these creamy freezer pops are a perfect afternoon snack or dessert.
- 2 cups fresh or frozen raspberries
- 2 cups whole or low-fat plain Greek yogurt
- 3-4 tbsp honey
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- juice of 1 small lemon
- additional chopped or crushed raspberries, optional
- Place all ingredients into a blender. Blend until very smooth, stopping to scrape down the sides of the container as needed.
- Add a few chopped or crushed raspberries to the bottom of small disposable cups or your favorite freezer pop molds.
- Add the yogurt-raspberry mixture on top. Place cups onto a freezer-safe dish and freeze for 30 minutes, add popsicle sticks, and freeze for an additional 3-4 hours or until firm.
- To serve, snip one edge of a cup, peel it away, and serve cold. After the initial freeze, store any remaining pops in a zip top freezer bag with as much air removed as possible for up to one month. Makes about 7 small freezer pops.
Try this with strawberries or blueberries instead of raspberries.
Use your favorite reusable freezer pop molds.