Do you need a fresh and cold treat? Then you’ll want to try making this Easy Strawberry Yogurt Popsicle Recipe!
Today I’m going to share this delicious and easy strawberry yogurt popsicle recipe. Right now, strawberries are in season, so try making this refreshing homemade treat.
I have fond memories of when our kids were little, and we lived in Seattle, and we would take a trip out to the small town of Carnation. There was a lovely farm that had u-pick berries. Often in the summer, we visited Remlinger Farms to pick, strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. It was fertile farmland with an abundance of excellent fruit.
Our kiddos were small at the time, and I’m pretty sure they ate most of what they picked. We half-joked that we should’ve weighed them before berry picking so we could get an accurate reading of harvesting/foraging efforts.
I remember them with red strawberry juice smeared all over their cheeks and lips. I have fond memories of my parents happily tagging along. And with our many trays of fruit, we always ended up in a jam making session with my mom. She would jam any fruit she could harvest.
Although these strawberries aren’t from a berry picking adventure, the spirit and smell still bring back memories of all our trips to the u-pick farm. I sure wish my mom and dad were still here and could enjoy our kids and this yummy strawberry yogurt popsicle recipe.
And yes, since we are not getting out to the stores, I had to use these ancient Sponge Bob Dixie cups. I finally gave up on the popsicle molds that I own. I never could get the popsicles out in one piece, as shown in this Chocolate Banana Popsicle Recipe. The good old Dixie cups work great. I just tore the paper and out they popped.
Strawberry Yogurt Popsicle Recipe
- 1 cup Plain Yogurt
- 1½ cup Whole Strawberries
- ½ cup Cream Cheese
- 2 tbsp Agave Syrup
- ¼ cup Almond Milk or Almond Creamer
- 4-5 Dixie Cups
- 4-5 Wooden Popsicle Sticks
- Place all ingredients in a blender and mix.
- Pour yogurt mixture into paper cups.
- Add a popsicle stick in each cup.
- Freeze for 3 hours or more until solid ice.
Surprisingly, I do have quite a few ice cream/popsicle recipes.
Hey, thanks so much for dropping by to my strawberry yogurt popsicle recipe. It was sure nice to reminisce about our family’s berry picking adventures. I hope you have a chance to try my popsicle recipe and also some of my friend’s recipes too!
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