Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles

Popsicles are always fun to make– not to mention pretty simple, too. Look no further than these 3-ingredient blueberry yogurt swirl popsicles for a refreshing and satisfying summer treat.

blueberry yogurt swirl popsicles

Spoiler alert: I love making sweets. But I also love finding ways to make them a little healthier for my family. Add a little summertime heat wave and enter my homemade yogurt popsicles. You can make them all sorts of ways. Change up the yogurt (although in my opinion you can’t beat the creamy tartness of Greek yogurt) or try different types of fruit for the puree. Add a little agave or honey, and then pop them in the freezer.

Tell Me About these Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles

  • Texture: Smooth and creamy like a yogurt pop should be.
  • Flavor: Bright and fresh with a bit of tartness. 
  • Ease: Can’t get much easier than 3 ingredients. The only “involved” step is blending the blueberries. 
  • Time: 10 minutes of prep, 6-8 hours to freeze. 

Video Tutorial

Choosing the Right Ingredients & Popsicle Mold

  1. Popsicle Mold: Here’s the popsicle mold I own and love– great quality for the price.
  2. Agave or honey? I’ve tried these with agave and honey and both work well. You don’t need much– just a little something to sweeten up the tart berries AND tart yogurt. If you’re using a sweeter fruit like dark sweet cherries, you can reduce the amount of liquid sweetener. Just go by your preferred taste.
  3. Flavored yogurt. I suggest using a flavored yogurt like vanilla, blueberry, or honey. I like using nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt, but a low fat or full fat variety works too. And it doesn’t necessarily have to be Greek yogurt– any yogurt you love works.

Overview: How to Make Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles

The full printable recipe is below, but let’s walk through it so you understand each step before you get started.

  1. Blend the blueberries. The first ingredient is, you guessed it, blueberries. You’re going to blend the blueberries up into a consistency that resembles a juicy smoothie. Can I use other fruits? Yes, absolutely. Instead of blueberries, try strawberries, raspberries, cherries, blackberries, or peaches.
  2. Sweeten and add yogurt. Add a little liquid sweetener and the yogurt.
  3. Pour this mixture into your popsicle molds. Freeze them. Your work here is DONE.

2 images of blueberries in a food processor and blended blueberries

vanilla Chobani Greek yogurt

To Make Tie-Dye Pops

To achieve the tie-dye swirly look, mix the yogurt and blended blueberries together very lightly. Don’t fully combine them. You want patches of white yogurt and patches of violet blueberry specks.

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blueberry yogurt swirl popsicles

3 Ingredient Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles

  • Author: Sally
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 6-8 hours
  • Yield: 6 popsicles
  • Category: Frozen Dessert
  • Method: No Bake
  • Cuisine: American


These super simple, protein-packed 3 Ingredient Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles hit the spot when the weather heats up! A gluten free treat.


  • 2 cups blueberries*
  • 2 Tablespoons agave or honey*
  • 2 cups vanilla Greek yogurt (or any flavor)


  1. Blend the blueberries in a food processor or blender on high speed until nearly liquified into a smoothie-like consistency. See above for a photo.
  2. Pour the thick blueberry liquid into a large bowl. Stir in the agave/honey. Add the yogurt and very gently mix everything together. If you want a tie-dye, swirly look to your popsicles– do not fully blend the yogurt and blueberries. You want those patches of white and blue. The mixture will be thick. Taste it. If you want it sweeter, you can add a little more agave/honey.
  3. Pour mixture evenly into each popsicle mold. If your popsicle mold has slots for sticks, you can insert them before freezing – if not, freeze for 2 hours, then put a wooden popsicle stick in the middle (that is what I did). Continue to freeze for an additional 4-6 hours or overnight.
  4. Run popsicle molds under warm water to easily remove. Eat on a hot day. Enjoy!


  1. Blueberries: You can be a little generous with the 2 cups of fruit (maybe closer to 2 and 1/4 cups). And try using another fruit! You can use around 2 cups of halved cherries, sliced strawberries, chopped peaches, blackberries, or raspberries.
  2. Sweetener: The agave or honey really makes the flavors of the tart fruit and tart yogurt pop. I much preferred the batch made with a little liquid sweetener over the test batch without. If you’re using a sweeter fruit mentioned above like dark sweet cherries, reduce down to 1 Tablespoon. Taste the mixture, then add a little more if you’d like.
  3. Here’s the popsicle mold I own and love!

Keywords: healthy popsicles, blueberry yogurt popsicle

Simple healthy popsicles!!!

And here’s my strawberry banana version. 🙂

strawberry banana popsicles on a white serving tray

See more gluten free recipes.

See more frozen treats.


  1. Hi Sally- I’m using your photos and sharing this recipe on my blog. Thanks for the delicious popsicles!!

  2. I didn’t stumble across these until fall, but I had some blueberries frozen from summer that worked perfectly. My toddler needed a cold treat for his sore throat, and he loves all of these ingredients so I decided to make mini pops for him.  I halved the recipe, because my ikea mini popsicle molds are about half the size of the tovolo molds (which I also own). He ate several bites of the mix pre-freezing, so hopefully he’ll like them!

  3. Would I be able to use any frozen fruit??? 

    1. This is a very good popsicle try it

  4. I’m wanting to make these but was wondering if I can use either Truvia or Splenda for the sweetner, or I have liquid sugar free Torani syrups (hazelnut, carmel, peppermint) what would u suggest.

  5. Eden Passante says:

    I love making popsicles at home and these look great! Perfect for kids!

  6. These were delicious! I made with blueberries and while I absolutely NEVER tweak your recipes, I’m just not a big yogurt taste/texture person, so, adding 2 packets of Splenda to the mixture made them a little sweeter for me. My husband and toddler loved these. 🙂

  7. Went over to my friend’s for dinner and what did she have for dessert but your fabulous pops. The whole table devoured them!

  8. These sound like the perfect summer treat! Can I make these with regular low fat vanilla yogurt?

    1. Sure can!

  9. Tatiana P Touch says:

    This sounds amazing! im wondering, how would I do this with frozen fruit? It’s all I have :/

    1. I just thawed my frozen berries a bit then blended them!!

  10. Marilyn Beck says:

    Looks great, but can you share where you got your popsicle molds? Thank you.

    1. Hi Marilyn! Here is the popsicle mold I have. I love it!

    2. Hi. I purchased the Norpro Frozen Ice Pop Maker on Amazon. It has a removable top with slots to insert wooden sticks. The popsicles look like they are store bought but without all the chemicals.  I just love it. 

  11. I’ve read that adding honey/maple syrup/agave helps prevent ice crystals from forming in the popsicles. Which keeps them creamy and not icy. It has something to do with inverted sugars or something. Anyone else heard of this?

  12. I made these for my toddler with plain greek yogurt and overriped banana for sweetness and a touch of almond butter and they turned out amazing! Thanks for another delicious recipe Sally! 

    1. I love the idea of adding almond butter and bananas! Sounds like a yummy combo. How much almond butter did you use?

      1. I use a tablespoon or two 🙂

    2. Thank you!

  13. Jill Roberts says:

    I made this 3 Ingredient blueberry yogurt swirl popsicles for the super bowl party and it was a crowd favorite! Amazing photos btw. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi Jill, glad they were a hit!!

  14. Thanks you Sally! Trying this one for my husband so he can have a healthy snake/dessert.

  15. Thanks for sharing. This came at the right time. Wanna try making it for my vegetarian little boy. Am sure he will like it.

  16. Bella Hardy says:

    Wow! This blueberry yogurt swirl popsicles are incredible! I’m seriously so inspired right now. Love healthy desserts! Thx, Sally for sharing!

  17. This one might be better priced and makes more:

  18. Delicious!!! Thank you so much for the easy recipe! I can see how easy it would be to swap ingredients out depending on needs/tastes…great base recipe.

    1. Agreed! I love using strawberries or raspberries 🙂

  19. I love the Greek Strawberry Cheesecake Yogurt by Dannon Light & Fit. Can u just put only the yogurt in the Popsicle mold would it work without the other ingredients?

    1. Hi Kenya! So just freezing the yogurt into a popsicle mold? I can’t see why that wouldn’t work! I’ve never tried freezing that particular brand before though.

  20. Hi Sally the popsicles look amaaazinnggg.

    I’d like to make it myself. What do you suggest as sugar replacements?

  21. Christina Moore says:

    These popsicles are delicious! And they look great. Can’t believe they are so easy to make, and the ingredients are quite health. These are perfect cold treats for kids, and I can see them making regular appearances at my kid’s parties.

    1. I’m so happy you enjoy these, Christina! You can play with the flavors and always have a variety of fun healthy snacks on hand!

  22. YUM! I’ve made these with blueberries and now I’m making strawberry ones! My kids request them every day, a couple times a day lol! I had no honey so I used maple syrup.. amazing! Thanks again!

    1. Perfect! I forget how good these are. Perfect in the summer and great for kids!

  23. Paul @ Diet Blog Pro says:

    it looking so yummy thanks for sharing.

  24. Wonderful recipe and perfect for the summer!

  25. Bonnie Hancock says:

    I really enjoyed this recipe and since I had all things on hand I made black berry peach and strawberry.with yogurts to match some wanted sweeter I used honey on 2 flavors and Aguave on one so next time I will add a bit more sweetener but over all Yummy thank you

  26. Bonnie Hancock says:

    Black bean burgers OMG it is fantastic and not mushy great flavor I used MaePloy sweet chili sauce and it was a hit

  27. I made this recipe using an ice tray and toothpicks because I don’t have a popsicle mold . Needless to say I will be ordering one because this will now be a staple in my house. It was soooo good! Can’t wait to try other fruits.

  28. Hello what name brand food processor are you using please and thank you

    1. Hilari @ Sally's Baking Addiction says:

      Hi Antionette, we use the Ninja Blender/Food Processor to make these popsicles!

  29. nice recipe but i have one big question. how long can yogurt popsicles stay in freezer? i made way too many and there is no way i can eat them all in one day …

    1. I forgot about a batch and had them in the freezer for over a month and they tasted just fine. Enjoy!

  30. We made these a while back with both strawberries and blueberries, adding strawberry yogurt to the strawberries and vanilla coconut yogurt to the blueberries. Both were delicious. Last night we used this base recipe for a third combination of bananas, oranges, and fruit-on-the-bottom pineapple yogurt. That combo didn’t even require sweetener, the fruit in the yogurt added just enough to make it perfect. We love that this is a healthy recipe that we can make for our daughter that she can eat any time of day, and we get to put aside concerns regarding scheduling a dessert due to sugar content. Thank you!

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