Creamy Fruit Popsicles

The best of both worlds. Fresh and fruity. Creamy and comforting. No need to choose.

On a hot summer’s day, there’s nothing quite like an ice cold treat to cool down. Instead of reaching for store-bought options, why not make your own creamy fruit popsicles.

These healthy, deliciously fruit popsicles are made with just 5 ingredients! It’s about as easy as it gets, but you’ll have a treat without the artificial flavors, colors, and high fructose corn syrup. And no complicated shopping list needed, as they’re made with simple ingredients that you probably have in your kitchen.

Creamy Fruit Popsicles Ingredients

Whether you choose yogurt, milk, or coconut milk as your dairy base, you’ll get a smooth and satisfying texture that complements the natural sweetness of the fruit.

Customize your ice pops with any fruit you like, then add some honey, lemon juice, vanilla extract, and little salt to enhance the flavor. And if you like, add a few chunks of fresh fruit to the mix.

Packed with fresh fruit and sweetened with honey, these popsicles are healthier and lower in calories. Plus, they are fun to make and even more fun to eat.

This is a base recipe for creamy fruit popsicles. Change up the ingredients every time and never get bored, or use your favorite ingredients to make the only popsicle you’ll ever want! So grab your blender and popsicle molds, and get ready to pop some happiness into your day.

Homemade creamy fruit ice pops
The best of both worlds. Fresh and fruity. Creamy and comforting. No need to choose.
MAKES 8 ice pops
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  • 1 cup dairy (e.g. yogurt, milk, coconut milk)
  • 2 cup fruit
  • 2-4 tbsp honey (or preferred sweetener)
  • ½ – 1 tsp lemon juice
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract (optional)
  • Pinch salt


  • Place ingredients in a blender, and process until smooth.
  • Pour into mold. Insert ice pop sticks and freeze for at least 5 hours. Add chunks of fresh fruit, if desired.


To intensify the fruit flavors, briefly cook fruit first with the lemon juice and honey (or preferred sweetener) for about 5 minutes to make a fruit compote.



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