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Layered Yogurt Ice Pops

Yogurt popsicles are easy to make and fairly healthy too! All you need is several flavors of yogurt to layer inside a ice pop mold and freeze. We made popsicles with 3 flavors each, although you could make them single-flavored or any combination you choose! For an ultra-healthy version, use plain Greek yogurt sweetened with honey.

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Yummy layered yogurt ice pops - Mommy Scene
To make these yummy layered yogurt pops, select a combination of yogurt flavors. You’ll also need a stick mold or push-up ice pop mold.

Yogurt Popsicles with different flavors - Mommy Scene

Carefully layer each yogurt flavor inside the popsicle molds, alternating the flavors as often as you’d like. We put three flavors into each popsicle for tri-layered yogurt pops.

Healthy Yogurt Popsicles - Mommy Scene

Place the tops on the molds and freeze them in the freezer for several hours. Freezing them overnight works well because it’s not as hard to wait until they are ready! Kids will love these yummy yogurt pops, and the best thing is they don’t contain any more sugar than regular yogurt does. I’ve always loved the flavor of frozen fruit yogurt; it’s so smooth and creamy. Layered yogurt pops are perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day!

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Easy Yogurt Ice Pops - Mommy Scene

Another benefit of yogurt pops is that they don’t really drip. Kids can enjoy them without making a huge mess. Yogurt ice pops are healthy, creamy and delicious! Mix berries into your yogurt pops for for an added treat! Enjoy!

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Yummy Layered Yogurt Ice Pops - Mommy Scene

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