Homemade Oreo Freeze Pop Recipe

Three vanilla based freeze pops with Oreo cooke and rainbow sprinkle center resting on a tray

Homemade Oreo freeze pop recipes are an easy no bake treat. These freeze pops are delicious, fun and made with Greek yogurt.  The kids will love making these popsicles.

Three vanilla based freeze pops with Oreo cooke and rainbow sprinkle center resting on a tray

Homemade Oreo Freeze Pop Recipe

Homemade Oreo Freeze Pop Recipe

Three vanilla based freeze pops with Oreo cooke and rainbow sprinkle center resting on a tray

Ingredients

  • 4 - 5 oz. paper coated cups
  • 4 wooden craft sticks
  • 16 oz. Greek vanilla yogurt
  • 4 Oreo cookies
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons rainbow sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Crush the Oreo cookies.
  2. Stir the Oreo cookies and rainbow sprinkles together.
  3. Place 2 oz. of yogurt into each of the paper coated cups.
  4. Distribute the crushed cookies and rainbow sprinkles into each of the cups.
  5. Add an additional 2 oz. of yogurt into each of the cups.
  6. Insert a wooden craft stick into the center of each cup.
  7. Freeze the pops overnight

Removing the Cup:  To remove the cup simply clip an edge of the paper cup and peel the paper cup away from the freeze pop.  Do not dip in warm water, the homemade pope will begin to melt quickly.

Dairy Free:  If you need a dairy free base, simply use a vanilla yogurt alternative that’s coconut milk, almond milk, oat milk or soy based instead of the Greek vanilla yogurt.

S’more Freeze Pops:  Want more freeze pop fun?  Check out my equally easy, but super delicious S’more Freeze Pop.  This combination is another winning flavor crowd pleaser!  (The link for S’more Freeze Pops is below the picture) 

S'mores Freeze Pops made with layers of vanilla bean Greek yogurt, mini marshmallows, graham cracker crumbs, and a Reese's flavored Greek yogurt mixture.

S’more Freeze Pop Recipe Link

 

 

2 Comments on “Homemade Oreo Freeze Pop Recipe”

  1. Jodie, have you ever made the yogurt pops with Greek Yogurt? Just curious how they do as a higher protein variation. I will be getting supplies to try these for Spring Break treats with the kids. I think they’ll love helping to make them and then sharing with friends. Pinned this as well 🙂

    1. Hi there! I have not used the Greek yogurt in this specific combination, but have in some other fruit combined pops; more to come soon :). Hope you enjoy making them – sometimes the simple fun yields the best results all around with kids!

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