These Strawberry Banana Yogurt pops are so easy to make and good for you with yogurt, bananas and strawberries! Post may contain affiliate links.
I tend to go through phases when it comes to desserts. It's pretty much feast or famine around here. When it's feast time, it's usually focused on one dessert. For awhile I was making panna cottas every week. My new focus is apparently popsicles. I love them for so many reasons. It's a bazillion degrees outside and they are cool and refreshing. They also are great for portion control for those of us who could eat sweets until they burst. I don't have a sweet tooth, I have a sweet body. I love sweets with every cell of my body. I marvel at people who say they aren't much of a sweet person, almost as much as I marvel at people who don't like chocolate. Sorry, back to popsicles. I also love that you can make them pretty healthy and they still taste amazing - like these Strawberry Yogurt Pops.
When I made Banana Berry pops a few weeks ago, I made a note that that they would probably be good with all sorts of other fruit subbing for the blueberries. How about another berry - like strawberries. Strawberries and bananas are a match made in heaven.
These were perfect. A little tart sweetness from the strawberries and the yogurt, creaminess from the banana and earthy sweetness from the honey. These are also so crazy easy to make, I just whirled it all together in my Vitamix. I like to use wooden sticks instead of plastic so I pour the mixture into these popsicle molds without using the sticks that come with it, and after freezing for about 2 hours, I insert the wooden sticks.
Strawberry Banana Yogurt Pops
- 1 cup vanilla yogurt reduced or full fat
- ½ cup milk
- 1 banana
- 1 cup strawberries fresh or frozen, quartered
- ¼ cup honey
- Place all the ingredients in the blender and blend until smooth.
- Pour into popsicle molds and freeze until solid.
Amy Liu Dong says
Such a delicious summer treat to make for the kids.
I am sure they will enjoy eating this!
These sound like a great summer treat! My kids love making and eating popsicles. Love that these are a healthier option.
Cory Varga says
Made these with soy yoghurt and I can tell you they were fantastic! Really great for the summer.
Paula Montenegro says
I make a cream-based strawberry ice cream so this is just the recipe I needed! So delicious yet light and easy to make! Great recipe, thanks for sharing.
So fun, easy and healthy! I love these yogurt pops, they are one of the easiest recipes and we all enjoy them.
These yogurt pops are the perfect summer treat. Cool and full of fruit and good for ou yogurt.
Oh these look so pretty and sound so refreshing! A perfect treat to cool down with and guilt free to!
Oh, I need these yogurt pops right now! It's so hot in our area this week, they would be perfectly refreshing!
Lori | The Kitchen Whisperer says
Oh these just scream summer deliciousness! I LOVE the fact that they are so simple and only require a few ingredients! My family will love these!!!
Chef Dennis says
I made these yesterday and they were a big hit with my family! Thanks for such a delicious recipe!!
I LOVE making home made popsicles, I'm currently on a kick trying new flavors. I can't wait to try this recipe.
These pops were such a hit! The yogurt gave them the perfect creamy texture, and they had just the right level of sweetness. Plus, they were super simple to prepare.
Miz Helen says
Your Yogurt Pops look awesome, thanks so much for sharing it with us at Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you are having a great day and we sure look forward to more of your recipes!
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These are beautiful as well as healthy. Can't wait to try your tip for using popsicle sticks, mine always fall over.
Ali @ Home & Plate says
I love simple Popsicle recipes and this one is great. Love that my boys can grab one of these on their way out the door and there is no guilt in what they are eating. Love it!
Any chance I could pop around to try one?