S’mores Freeze Pops are Easy to Make & Created with Yogurt

S'mores Freeze Pops for Summer Fun

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If you’re searching for a delicious cool down kind of treat, check out how to make this S’mores inspired freeze pop out of yogurt. Not only is it a quick recipe that the kids can make, there’s no oven’s involved ~ woot! woot!

I’m just so happy that it finally feels like freeze pop weather has made its debut in the northeast!  July’s weather was rainy. In fact, we’ve rarely had to turn on the air conditioning, which saves on the electric bill but limits the outdoor plans (everything has an upside & a downside  ~ lol).  But, July is behind us & now it’s on to August with a little hopefulness that summer will s-l-o-w down just a bit.

Cheers to cool down treats and soaking up the last month of summer where we are…

S’more Freeze Pops by Jodie Fitz

Additional Supplies needed:

3 – 7 oz. paper coated cups
Wooden Craft Sticks *

Layer 1:

6 oz. vanilla Greek yogurt

Scoop 2 oz. of the yogurt into each cup.

Layer 2:

Mini marshmallows
2 honey graham crackers

Place 8 mini marshmallows into the vanilla yogurt. Place the graham crackers into a mini chopper, food processor or blender & crush. Equally distribute the crumbs on top of the marshmallows & slightly press down into the vanilla yogurt.

Layer 3:

6 oz. vanilla Greek yogurt
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1 tablespoon cocoa powder
½ teaspoon vanilla extract

Stir the yogurt, cocoa powder, honey, peanut butter & vanilla extract together. Evenly distribute the mixture into the cups. Add a wooden craft stick to the center.

Place the cups in the freezer for several hours before serving.

Note: The best way to remove the freeze pops from the cups is to clip the edge of the open top with scissors & peel the cup away from the pop.

* Wooden craft sticks can be located in the school supply aisle at your local Price Chopper & Market 32 Stores.


17 Comments on “S’mores Freeze Pops are Easy to Make & Created with Yogurt”

  1. The S’mores Freeze Pops sounds marvelous. I could use one right now! We have not had the same July that you had. We broke records for the highest temperatures ever. We had so many 100 degree days that it was crazy. Thank you for sharing on Tasty Tuesdays link party. Shared and pinned.

    1. WOW over 100 degrees!! We did not get that hot this summer & now we are on a huge cool down…It’s good & bad. I’m not ready for summer to end, but it makes me focus more (lol). Have a GREAT day – hope it’s cooling where you are.

  2. My son will love this! Ok, I probably will love it more than him, I’m a S’more addict! Thanks for sharing!
    Visiting from the Fire Station Link-Up Party =)

    1. I hear you on the S’more Addict (lol)! August/September is my favorite s’more season. I think it’s because we start end of summer fires on the back patio so my s’more supplies make their debut!! Thanks for swinging by. Hope you had a GREAT summer…xo

  3. Love this Jodie! It looks so delicious, healthy, and convenient. I wanted to let you know we are featuring you tommorrow over at our party #iDIYedthat. I hope to see you there again. Have a great day.

    1. Hi there! Due to my travel schedule I am late at responding to notes, but wanted to THANK YOU so much for the feature. I totally appreciate it. I added a link back on this post. I hope you have an awesome week & look forward to visiting the party again soon. xo

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