When I mentioned my obsession with making dairy-free frozen treats last week I wasn’t exaggerating. Remember the Mango Lime Ice Pops! I’ve been making every flavor of ice pop and frozen treat I can imagine. I’m only limited by my selection of fresh fruit but I’ve also tried a few other options like these Frozen Yogurt Pops.
I love making frozen treats with just fruit but I decided I wanted something a little creamier! I bought Silk dairy-free yogurt alternative and fresh berries to make these treats come to life.
I wanted to buy vanilla yogurt but my store was out so I went with plain. If you use vanilla yogurt it is already sweetened and you can skip the sweetener. If you use the plain flavor you’ll probably want to add a sweetener like maple syrup or stevia. I recommend you blend everything up first to make sure. If you find sweet berries you may not need much, but sometimes berries are a little sour.
I really wanted to take advantage of the beautiful berry colors (although my white tile floor wasn’t as excited). It’s really hard to measure berries for a recipe so I just estimated amounts and used my Blendtec to blend it all together. You’ll get a vibrant blend of fruity yogurt that is hard to resist. I do recommend a taste test at this point to see if you need to add sweetener. If so start with 1 tablespoon of maple syrup or a packet of stevia and move up from there.
Do your best to get it into your freezer pop molds. After I filled them to 3/4 of the way to the top I carefully dropped blueberries, diced strawberries and halved blackberries into the mold and used a wooden ice-pop stick to push them where I wanted them. This wouldn’t have worked in a juice but since the yogurt and fruit blend was thick and creamy the fruit stayed just where I put it. I also inserted the sticks here too.
The serving size will vary based on your freezer mold size. This recipe should make 4-6 frozen treats.
Triple Berry Frozen Yogurt Pops
- ½ cup non-dairy yogurt
- 1 cup of fresh berries
- sweetener (optional)
- Pour ½ cup of non-dairy yogurt into a blender.
- Pour in half of the berries.
- Blend in blender until smooth.
- Taste and add sweetener if needed. I recommend maple syrup or stevia then blend again.
- Once appropriately sweet, spoon into freezer molds until ¾ of the way full.
- Carefully drop berries into the molds using whole blueberries, diced strawberries and halved blackberries.
- Place sticks into the molds and freeze over night.
- To loosen freezer pops, dip the molds into warm water then gently pull out the freezer pops.
- Store in the freezer until ready to eat.
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