Clean Eating Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles Recipe
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These yogurt popsicles are the perfect dessert to stock your freezer with this summer!
It’s summer. We’ve forgotten all about winter, cold, and rain (or snow), and have moved on to shorts, tanks, and flip-flops.
When the hot weather really hits, most people head for the nearest freezer aisle of their local grocery store.
But not me! Nope, nope, nope! I head straight for my own freezer. These delicious, clean eating blueberry yogurt popsicles are the perfect end to a blistering hot day. Cool and refreshing, you may never look for that freezer aisle again!
These are perfect for barbecues and gatherings and even make a great snack. It’s basically a frozen smoothie, so you don’t have to feel too guilty about indulging!
So whip up a batch, stock your freezer for these super hot days and enjoy summer in all its blistery splendor!
More Clean Eating Ice Cream Recipes
- Watermelon Popsicles
- Pineapple Whip – Just like Disneyland!
- Homemade Dippin’ Dots
Clean Eating Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles Recipe Card
Clean Eating Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles
- 1 popsicle mold set
- 2 cups plain yogurt
- 1 cup frozen blueberries
- ¼ cup honey
- 1 tsp. pure vanilla extract (optional but tasty)
- Place all ingredients in a blending container (I use a tall, plastic pitcher).
- Blend until smooth.
- Pour into popsicle mold.
- Freeze overnight.
I love blueberries so I’m definitely going to try this recipe. I’m following Weightwatchers, so I really appreciate that you post the nutritional info for your recipes!
Marjorie – Let me know how you like them!
I have pops like these in my freezer right now as well, but I just used plain yogurt and frozen berries. Do you have a recipe for fudgesicles? All the ones I’ve found online seem to use either cornstarch or a chocolate pudding mix, which I don’t really want to use.
Emma – That’s a fantastic suggestion! I know just how to do it too. I’ll work on the recipe over the next few days.
Emma – Is there a particular reason you avoid cornstarch?
I have a question about the yogurt – what kind did you use?
Carrie – I used non-fat greek yogurt. But you can use any kind of plain yogurt you have on hand. Regular yogurt works just as well and can even have a smoother texture.
That looks really good. Only one problem, blueberries have been on sale here $2.99 for 18 ounces, that’s a fantastic price. The problem is that they only last about 30 minutes after I get them home. We eat them up right away! I’d have to sneak a package into the freezer 🙂
Aaron – You can use fresh blueberries too. It all goes into the freezer anyway.
I’d rather not use corn starch, because the only thing I would really use it for would be to make the fudgesicles, so I would basically just have a big box of corn starch sitting mostly unused in the pantry. I can’t wait to see the recipe 🙂
Emma – I see. I wasn’t sure if there was some reason for the cornstarch to be considered “un-clean”. I’ve always assumed it is. That’s why I asked.
Stumbled on your blog today! Love it and passed the link on to my friends. Already made this recipe and looking forward to trying it tomorrow when they’re ready!
Thanks Shefali! I’m so glad you enjoyed my blog. Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoy the yogurt pops!
I have made this same recipe using fresh or frozen strawberries….so good.
I think fudgesicles could be made using the “chocolate banana icecream recipe” Use fresh bananas, milk, cocoa & agave or honey blend together then freeze.
Bridget – You would have to add some dairy. The banana ice cream does not freeze well at all. It turns into a rather icky substance actually. But I bet if you added some dairy, like yogurt, it would be wonderful!
How can 22grms of sugar be clean eating?
Simple. The sugars themselves are clean and natural. It’s easy enough to balance out your sugars for the rest of the day if you want to indulge in something like this. It sure beats regular ice cream with refined sugar!
I am not sure non-fat yogurt counts as clean eating. It is very processed and uses pasturized milk. Clean eating is all about eating non processed foods, straight from nature. If you used real yogurt then that would be more clean eating that non-fat.
Kendall – You are correct. My blog is a work in progress and as my knowledge grows, my recipes change. If I were to make them now, I would use full fat yogurt.
Good to know you are still growing in your knowledge, as we all are in this “new” old way of eating! I sure wish we had learned this from day 1 but glad the knowledge is starting to change lives for the better! Do you go back and edit your old blogs so people can continue to grow in their knowledge too?
Kendall – Not unless I find a huge issue with something. The truth is, many clean eaters do use low fat or non-fat products. They may be more processed, but many clean eaters won’t make the switch. It’s hard for some to wrap their minds around eating more fat. Even if it’s healthy fat. And I do try to have something for everyone here. So this recipe will stay as is. But you can certainly switch to full fat if that’s your preference. My recipes are not written in stone. Feel free to play around with it and change it to your liking. That’s the best part about cooking with whole food ingredients.
Any ideas to make clean coconut popsicles
Michelle – You can sub with coconut milk on any of my popsicle or ice cream recipes.
I made these and they came out so great!!!! I used plain, full-fat, greek yogurt. My husband is eating one right now. YIPPPPEEEEE!!!!!
Denise – That’s so wonderful!! 😀