Creamy Blueberry Freeze Pops

Creamy blueberry freeze pops made with Greek yogurt, fresh blueberries and natural ingredients that create three beautiful layers of creamy white, deep purple and lavender colors.

Creamy Blueberry Freeze Pops are easy to make.  They are a great recipe to make with the kids in the summer.  These freeze pops are packed with fresh blueberries.

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Creamy Blueberry Freeze Pops

I love homemade freeze pops!  They are easy, creative and delicious to make.  July is one of my favorite times to pull out my Creamy Blueberry Freeze Pops, whip them up and keep a fresh batch in the freezer to snack on in the hot weather.

These freeze pops have a triple layer of flavor to savor while enjoying them for a summer cool down.  They are packed with fresh blueberries and made with a base of Greek yogurt.

Making freeze pops is a great way to spend time with the kiddos in the kitchen and make memories as you complete a recipe together.  It’s a also a great recipe to make without turning on the oven.

 

Here is a printable version of my Creamy Blueberry Freeze Pops for your convenience;

Creamy Blueberry Freeze Pops

Creamy blueberry freeze pops made with Greek yogurt, fresh blueberries and natural ingredients that create three beautiful layers of creamy white, deep purple and lavender colors.

Ingredients

  • 12 oz. Greek vanilla yogurt
  • 1 1/2 cups of fresh blueberries
  • 1/2 of a lime
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  •  4 – 5 oz. paper cups
  •  4 wooden craft sticks
  •  Makes 4 pops

Instructions

Rinse the blueberries.  Divide the blueberries by measuring and placing 3/4 cup of blueberries into a bowl and the remaining 3/4 cup of blueberries into a mini chopper, food processor or blender. Chop the 3/4 cup of blueberries until they are finely chopped.

Divid the yogurt into two bowls, 6 oz. in each.

Extract the juice from the lime using either citrus squeezer or your hands.  It will yield approximately 1 tablespoon of lime juice.  Divide the lime juice, approximately 1 1/2 teaspoons, into each bowl of yogurt.  

Add 1 tablespoon of honey into each bowl.

Add the chopped blueberries into one of the bowls of yogurt.  Fold the ingredients together in each bowl using separate spatulas or spoons.  Keep the two yogurt mixtures separate.

Line up your paper coated cups. 

Layer One:  Evenly distribute the vanilla mixture into the cups. 

Layer Two:  Evenly distribute the whole blueberries into each of the cups.

Layer Three:  Evenly distribute the blueberry yogurt mixture into each of the cups.

Add a wooden craft stick into the center of each cup.  Place the cups into the freezer and freeze overnight.

Notes

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More on making Freeze Pops

Greek Yogurt:  Use your favorite.  Mine is currently the Cabot Vanilla Bean!

Removing the Cup:  Remove the cup from the freeze pop by simply snipping the edge of the cup and peeling it from the cup.  DO NOT wet the outside to remove it, the yogurt will melt quicker.

Wooden Craft Sticks:  These can be found at your local Price Chopper/Market 32 Supermarkets or a craft store.

Can you use freeze pop molds?  YES!  It may make more or less pops depending on the mold and size.

Saving the extras:  If you have extra pops, simply keep them in the freezer in a snap and seal style freezer storage bag.  Keep them in the cups until you are ready to use them.

Lessons with making Creamy Blueberry Freeze Pops for Kids:

  • Measuring
  • Folding
  • Chopping
  • Extracting lime juice
  • Following directions
  • Making freeze pops

Want to try more recipes like this?  Check out my Berries and Cream Freeze pop recipe.  This freeze pop recipe is equally delicious with a whole different pop of flavor.  And, they are also easy to make.  

Berries and Cream Popsicle Recipe is Delicious

Berries and Cream Freeze Pop Link

27 Comments on “Creamy Blueberry Freeze Pops”

    1. THANK you – my freezer is always filled with some kind of combo. Right now it has a mint chocolate freeze & choco monkey combos that we will be sharing soon :)!

  1. These look fantastic! My favorite food is the blueberry, and this seems like a perfect refreshing ice cream treat & is pretty healthy! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe at the mixer, Jodie!

    1. THANK you – we love blueberries here too! I had a HUGE container & they are almost gone. Such a great snack to nosh on :). Hope your summer is good … ~ Jodie

  2. Blueberries are wonderful this time of the year! This sounds so delicious and refreshing! I am so delighted that you shared with Home and Garden Thursday, Kathy

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