3 Ingredient Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles.

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3 Ingredient Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles are definitely your new favorite summer treat! Recipe on sallysbakingaddiction.com

It’s the return of 3 ingredient popsicles!!

Ladies and gents, it’s been a year since I posted my beloved 3 ingredient strawberry banana popsicles. Since then, I’ve made them about 84,752 times. I know what you’re thinking: you’re exaggerating! that’s a lot of bananas!

And it’s taken me this long to conjure up yet another simple and completely healthy popsicle that is made with little ingredients and flaunts the same highly addictive appeal. May I present you with my swirly blueberry yogurt popsicles!

3 Ingredient Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles are definitely your new favorite summer treat! Recipe on sallysbakingaddiction.com

This recipe came to me one morning as I was eating my snooze-worthy weekday breakfast of Greek yogurt, fruit, granola, and a bucket of coffee. I have the same breakfast nearly everyday during the week because I’m the definition of routine. Are you like that too?!

And I’ve been brainstorming a new popsicle flavor since the weather began warming up. As I took the 5th or 6th bite of my Greek yogurt bowl, I began thinking…

Vanilla Greek Yogurt = good. Blueberries = good. A frozen yogurt popsicle of sorts = goooooooooood. That was pretty much my thought process. A creamy yogurt popsicle filled with sweet blueberries. MUST MAKE NOW.

The first ingredient is, you guessed it, blueberries. Yes, actual fresh fruit! None of that artificially flavored fruit stuff; the real deal. You’re going to blend the blueberries up into a juicy smoothie consistency. Just like this:

How to make 3 ingredient blueberry yogurt popsicles on sallysbakingaddiction.com

Guess what? You can use another fruit! I’ve made these popsicles with:

All in the past week. (Told ya. Highly addictive.)

To the blended blueberries, add a little liquid sweetener. I have tried these with agave and honey. Both fantastic. 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.

And the final ingredient…

How to make 3 ingredient blueberry yogurt popsicles on sallysbakingaddiction.com

I suggest using a flavored yogurt. Why flavored? Well, uhh… for flavor. And sweetness too. A flavored yogurt like vanilla, blueberry, or honey makes your 3 ingredient popsicles actually taste good. I like using 0% vanilla Greek yogurt, but a low fat or full fat variety works too! Oh, and it doesn’t necessarily have to be Greek; any yogurt you love works. But why not get in that extra protein?! In popsicles. Weird! Cool.

To create this 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. Because, ya know, pretty food tastes better.

Look at you with your alluring blue and white swirls! How patriotic of you.

3 Ingredient Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles are definitely your new favorite summer treat! Recipe on sallysbakingaddiction.com

Pour this mixture into your popsicle molds. Your work here is DONE.

Freeze, eat, obsess, repeat.

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3 Ingredient Blueberry Yogurt Swirl Popsicles

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

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups blueberries1
  • 2 Tablespoons agave or honey2
  • 2 cups vanilla Greek yogurt (or any flavor)

Special Equipment

Directions:

  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!

Recipe Notes:

  1. 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. 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.

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Simple healthy popsicles!!!

And here’s my strawberry banana version. 🙂

Strawberry Banana Popsicles

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You HAVE to try these 3 Ingredient Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles!

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  1. perfect! i’ve been looking for no-bake recipes to use the flat of strawberries in the fridge, and this sounds so cooling (both because i don’t need to use the oven and because i can already imagine how great they’ll be in the afternoon).

  2. I feel like blueberries are underutilized, so thanks for showing them off…they look great! I used to eat bags and bags of frozen blueberries when I was little. These look like a way to get that same taste and temperature without the forever-blue mouth 😉

    1. I totally agree! I’m always looking for ways to use blueberries, they are so good for you! I’ve read that the low bush ones in particular hold more nutrients. Anyhow Sally, I’m with you, I’m a total routine girl. Type A. Anyhow, I LOVE your popsicle recipes on this site, I remember you posted some last summer that were awesome. It’s marvelous that these only have 3 ingredients and when I think of the fake, phony ingredients in store bought versions, I shudder at the though! That’s it, I’m going to the basement right now to purge myself of the high fructose corn syrup popsicles! Purge baby. Purge! 

  3. I love eating the same breakfast every day. It’s comforting and I look forward to it. And I like some predictability in life. It’s a good thing! Dinner can be for getting crazy.
    These would be perfect for breakfast in my kids’ opinions, though! Heck, I might be that mom and give them these one morning. Or I could be responsible and save it for snacktime!

  4. These are gorgeous, Sally! During the school year, I have a very similar breakfast to you. In the summer, my schedule is a little wonky so sometimes I don’t even have time for breakfast…I know. I know. It’s a shame. I love these popsicles. Blueberry season is right around the corner and I know what I’ll be making with the first pickings. 

  5. These look delicious! Ready made popsicles are so expensive and full of chemicals

    I really appreciate your recipe. I have the same popsicle molds from Amazon! I made pineapple
    popsicles recently, so once those are gone I will try this recipe.

  6. I sympathize on the whole “boring breakfast front.” In the winter, I make tons of muffins to spice things up. But in the summer, well it’s too hot to bake anything for one. And second, if I do decide to bake in the summer I want pie 🙂 any recipe I don’t have to turn an oven on for sounds good to me; I recently bought Popsicle molds for the the first time anyway. 

  7. A healthy frozen dessert? Yes, please! Frozen dessert, my biggest weakness. I do get bored of eating the same thing. Hence why my healthy eating never works. But the fact you can change out the fruit and have a new flavor every time makes me happy.

  8. I am SO routine. It’s pretty bad, actually. I bet if my mom or dad called me at a certain time they could GUESS what I would be doing. It gets kind of bad, though, because it raises my anxiety and I say, “No,” to plans far too often. My days are better, though, with variety so I have no idea why I stick to routine. Haha. All I know is my day must include: coffee + Elmo. These look SO refreshing.

  9. Raising my hand for the definition of routine over here.  I think I need to buy a Popsicle mold stat.  Where did you get yours ?

  10. :O *jaw drops* I’ve wanted to make ice cream for a while, but didn’t want to purchase that additional kitchenaid bowl! This is perfect for a summer treat with all the Texas heat we’re getting. Bonus, that it’s only 3 ingredients – all which I have! 

    PS. Tried the strawberry buttermilk pancakes. It was delicious, even without the homemade whipped cream or honey I drizzled on top. 

  11. I have just found your blog and i am in love, i just want to make everything right now! These popsicles look delicious and i cant wait to try them. 

  12. Thanks for this recipe! I made it and it was absolutely amazing! If you love making popsicles, and don’t have patience to wait for it to freeze, you should check out the zoku quick pop maker. I haveone of those. It’s perfection.

  13. I love these. All your recipes look scrumptious.
    I am getting some of those molds from Amazon to make them. Is this recipe for 6 popsicles or 12? Thank you for sharing all of your talent and hard work.

  14. Hi Sally,
    My 2 and 4 year olds had a blast making this together last weekend (my older one chopped and younger one mixed). We don’t get Greek yogurt where I am (India) so we had the additional step of making hung curd in a muslin cloth…what fun! We also used fresh mangoes celebrating the end of the season. Fun exercise all round. It also was apt because my daughter’s class has been discussing healthy foods all week and she told them with glee how she knew how to make yummy ice cream that isn’t bad for you!

  15. Another winner! Made these in: mini muffin pans, a cup, and a mickey mouse shaped silicone mold. It was a win all the way around! A little tip-I used frozen berries and the mixture was so thick that I could stand the sticks up immediately. I have a preschooler, so I used the short, thick sticks that are sometimes used for scooping individual ice cream cups. Thanks Sally!

  16. Another fabulous recipe! We picked 10 quarts of strawberries this week, and made these – also made a blueberry/strawberry mixed version. Told our twin nieces about this one – they made them on the spot and ate them all within a few days! And my yogurt-fiend toddler keeps asking for more! Thanks Sally, we just might try every combo imaginable of these this summer!

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