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3-Ingredient Triple Berry Yogurt Pops

This post is sponsored by The Dannon Company and The J.M. Smucker Company. All opinions are mine alone.

These 3-Ingredient Triple Berry Yogurt Pops are the perfect snacks to cool down with on a hot summer afternoon. They’re also healthy enough to eat for breakfast!

These 3-Ingredient Triple Berry Yogurt Pops are the perfect snacks to cool down with on a hot summer afternoon. They're also healthy enough to eat for breakfast!

Popsicles for breakfast. For an afternoon snack. For dessert. Yes, yes, and yes!!

These little gems are perfect for all times of the day! Especially as the days get hotter and we need to cool down pronto! These yogurt pops are sweet, refreshing, and most importantly, healthy.

The best part: you only need 3 ingredients(!!) and about 5 minutes of your time. I’m serious, you guys.

I actually grew up eating these popsicles all through my childhood. Dairy is a huge part of a Mongolian diet, and yogurt is a staple in every family. We used to mix yogurt with wild berries, or mom’s homemade jam, to add flavor and freeze them overnight. Now, we didn’t have fancy popsicle molds, so we used to freeze the yogurt in a small bowl with a spoon in it. Haha, can you picture that? Little dome shaped popsicle with a spoon as a stick? Genius, right?

These 3-Ingredient Triple Berry Yogurt Pops are the perfect snacks to cool down with on a hot summer afternoon. They're also healthy enough to eat for breakfast!

Well, I’m bringing back those little treats from my childhood, as I enjoy my time here in my childhood home in Mongolia.

These triple berry yogurt popsicles are just as simple and flavorful with wholesome healthy ingredients. And speaking of ingredients, I’ve partnered up with Dannon and Smucker’s to bring this recipe to you today.

I’m a long-time consumer of Dannon yogurts. And Smucker’s Fruit and Honey Spreads are my new favorites! These fruit spreads are made with only 4 ingredients: ripened fruits, citric acid, pectin and sweetened with honey. It was love from first taste! Little berries in the spread are just an icing.

These 3-Ingredient Triple Berry Yogurt Pops are the perfect snacks to cool down with on a hot summer afternoon. They're also healthy enough to eat for breakfast!

As for yogurt, you can use any type of yogurt, non-fat, flavored, Greek, your choice. I like to use Oikos plain Greek yogurt made with whole milk. More protein, vitamin D and no added sugar. Greek yogurt gives such a nice creamy flavor too!

And the last ingredient in our simple yogurt pops is milk. Again any kind works fine, whole, 2%, almond, soy, whatever rocks your boat. Milk helps to thin out the mixture. I mostly use almond milk, but if I’m planning on sharing with Grant, I use whole milk. Because my son isn’t into drinking milk, and I try to sneak it in any way I can.

Now you just need to mix everything together and pour it into the popsicle molds. It takes less than 5 minutes! Oh, even though I spelled out how much of each ingredient you need, I’ll be honest, I rarely use measuring cups for this. I pretty much eyeball the ingredients and go by taste. I suggest the same to you. Consider my measurements as guidelines, as a starting point, and adjust to your taste.

These 3-Ingredient Triple Berry Yogurt Pops are the perfect snacks to cool down with on a hot summer afternoon. They're also healthy enough to eat for breakfast!

I hope I inspired you to make these simple and refreshing summer treats.

Here’s Cartwheel offer for you to use when purchasing Dannon and Smucker’s products.

3-Ingredient Triple Berry Yogurt Pops

These 3-Ingredient Triple Berry Yogurt Pops are the perfect snacks to cool down with on a hot summer afternoon. They're also healthy enough to eat for breakfast!

Yield: 6 (3oz) popsicles

Ingredients:

  • 1 ½ cups Dannon Oikos Greek yogurt (plain, non-fat, or flavored)
  • ¾ cup milk (whole, 2%, almond, or soy)
  • 4-6 tablespoons Smucker's Triple Berry Fruit Spread

Directions:

  1. In a medium bowl, combine all 3 ingredients and mix until smooth.
  2. Pour into molds and freeze completely, preferably overnight.
  3. To easily remove yogurt pops from the mold, run it under hot water, or set it on the counter for a few minutes.

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2 comments

  1. These look absolutely delicious! They’re so healthy I think I might make them for breakfast:) Thanks for the recipe!

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