These 0-Point yogurt and fruit ice pops are a must-have summer treat! Made with your favorite fruit and low-fat Greek yogurt, these naturally sweetened homemade popsicles are a simple yet refreshing recipe to help keep you cool through the hotter months. 

This 2-ingredient recipe for yogurt fruit pops is a versatile template for frozen treats, so get creative! We used mango, kiwi, strawberry, and grapes for a variety of flavors and colors that make these frozen fruit treats really pop. 

Creamy and delicious Yogurt and Fruit Ice Pops
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Why should you try Yogurt and Fruit Ice Pops?

  • They’re gorgeous! The white yogurt with colorful fruit is appealing to kids, providing a refreshing treat that also sneaks in some fruit and yogurt.
  • They’re nostalgic! Feel like a kid again with this playful recipe that will remind you of running to the ice cream truck in the summer. 
  • A ZeroPoint food! Lastly, it’s a perfect summer dessert with zero Weight Watchers points. It’s light, healthy, and satisfying.

Preparation Time: 15 minutes

Freezing Time: 8 hours

Servings: 6 ice pops

Serving Size: 1 ice pop

0 WW Points Per Serving. You can view the recipe on the WW App here. (WW login required.)

Ingredients:

Fruit and yogurt ice pop ingredients of chopped fruit and Greek yogurt in separate dishes next to popsicle molds and popsicle sticks.
  • 2 cups (480 ml) low-fat liquid yogurt, Greek, sweetened with Splenda
  • 1 cup (165 g) mango, diced
  • ½ cup (90 g) kiwi, diced
  • 1 cup (150 g) strawberries, diced
  • 1 cup (150 g) grapes, halved

Instructions:

  1. Prepare the Ingredients: Start by washing and drying all the fruits. Dice the mango, kiwi, and strawberries into small, bite-sized pieces. Halve the grapes. Set aside each fruit in separate bowls.
  2. Fill the Popsicle Molds: Take your popsicle molds and evenly distribute the diced mango, kiwi, strawberries, and halved grapes among the molds. Aim to layer the fruits or mix them as you prefer, ensuring a colorful combination in each mold.
  3. Add the Yogurt: Pour the low-fat liquid yogurt, sweetened with Splenda, over the fruits in each mold. Fill the molds up to the top, leaving a small gap to allow for expansion during freezing.
  4. Set the Popsicle Sticks: Insert the popsicle sticks into the molds. If your molds come with a cover to hold the sticks in place, use it to ensure the sticks stay centered.
  5. Settle the Mixture: Gently tap the molds on the counter a few times to help the yogurt settle around the fruit and eliminate any air bubbles. This step is crucial to ensure the popsicles hold together well.
  6. Freeze: Place the molds in the freezer and let them freeze for at least 8 hours, or overnight, until fully set.
  7. Unmold and Serve: When ready to serve, remove the molds from the freezer. To easily release the ice pops, you can run the outside of the molds under warm water for a few seconds or gently twist the molds if they are flexible. Serve immediately and enjoy!
Chopped strawberries added to the bottom of popsicle molds.
Kiwis and mangos added to the chopped strawberry in popsicle molds.
Popsicle molds filled with chopped fruit and Greek yogurt.

Variations and Substitutions

  1. Yogurt Choices: If you prefer, use flavored yogurt like strawberry, peach, or pineapple, as long as it’s sugar-free and low-fat. I used plain yogurt, but the choice is yours.
  2. Fruit Options: Any fruit works well in this recipe. Berries, grapes, kiwi, peach, and tropical fruits like mango or pineapple are all excellent choices.
  3. Additional Flavors: Feel free to add a bit of vanilla extract or extra Splenda to the yogurt for added flavor.

Tips and Tricks for Making Yogurt and Fruit Ice Pops

  1. Avoid Oxidizing Fruits: Fruits like bananas, pears, or apples tend to oxidize quickly. If you use them, drizzle them with a few drops of lime juice to prevent browning.
  2. Mold Alternatives: If you don’t have silicone molds, small cups work well too. Semi-conical shapes are particularly effective.
  3. Settling the Yogurt: Yogurt is thick and creamy. When you pour it into the mold, give it a few taps on the counter to settle and eliminate air pockets.

Freezing Time: Ensure you freeze the pops for at least eight hours to prevent them from falling apart.

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Yogurt and Fruit Ice Pops

Servings: 6
Prep: 15 minutes
Freeze Time: 8 hours
Total: 8 hours 15 minutes
Creamy and delicious Yogurt and Fruit Ice Pops
A simple and delicious 1-Point summertime treat.

Ingredients 

  • 2 cups 480 ml low-fat liquid yogurt, Greek, sweetened with Splenda
  • 1 cup 165 g mango, diced
  • ½ cup 90 g kiwi, diced
  • 1 cup 150 g strawberries, diced
  • 1 cup 150 g grapes, halved

Instructions 

  • Prepare the Ingredients: Start by washing and drying all the fruits. Dice the mango, kiwi, and strawberries into small, bite-sized pieces. Halve the grapes. Set aside each fruit in separate bowls.
  • Fill the Popsicle Molds: Take your popsicle molds and evenly distribute the diced mango, kiwi, strawberries, and halved grapes among the molds. Aim to layer the fruits or mix them as you prefer, ensuring a colorful combination in each mold.
  • Add the Yogurt: Pour the low-fat liquid yogurt, sweetened with Splenda, over the fruits in each mold. Fill the molds up to the top, leaving a small gap to allow for expansion during freezing.
  • Set the Popsicle Sticks: Insert the popsicle sticks into the molds. If your molds come with a cover to hold the sticks in place, use it to ensure the sticks stay centered.
  • Settle the Mixture: Gently tap the molds on the counter a few times to help the yogurt settle around the fruit and eliminate any air bubbles. This step is crucial to ensure the popsicles hold together well.
  • Freeze: Place the molds in the freezer and let them freeze for at least 8 hours, or overnight, until fully set.
  • Unmold and Serve: When ready to serve, remove the molds from the freezer. To easily release the ice pops, you can run the outside of the molds under warm water for a few seconds or gently twist the molds if they are flexible. Serve immediately and enjoy!

Notes

This is a ZeroPoint treat!

Nutrition

Serving: 133gCalories: 82kcalCarbohydrates: 17gProtein: 4gFat: 0.4gSaturated Fat: 0.1gSodium: 14mgPotassium: 229mgFiber: 2.6gSugar: 11gCalcium: 57mgIron: 0.3mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Additional Info

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
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