Coconut Greek Yogurt Popsicles

This is a new, decadent twist on the classic yogurt popsicle. It has an unmistakable creamy consistency you might expect from any good greek yogurt. However, these popsicles are loaded with coconut that adds not only flavor and texture but extra healthy benefits – antioxidants! They’re simple to make and require just 10 ingredients total!.

“How to make yogurt popsicles creamy?” is a question that I have seen asked on many forums. This article will provide you with instructions on how to make your yogurt popsicle creamy. Read more in detail here: how to make yogurt popsicles creamy.

On a hot day when I was 6 or 7, I recall running about in my friend’s yard. It wasn’t hot, but it was sweltering. We were four of us, and we were playing tag, moving in circles around the house in an infinite loop.

We were sweating and panting after what seemed like hours but was really just 20 minutes. My friend’s mother sent ice cold green juice cartons to us. You know, the ones with Arthur and his pals on the cover of the box. 


I recall sitting on their hot brick stairs, the sun beating down on my little body, and downing this cool juice box.

It was, and continues to be, the most refreshing drink I’ve ever had. The delicious tartness of the apples, the chilly box in my fingers, and the little straw that required aggressive squeezing of the box to extract as much liquid as possible.


Some aspects of life are just energizing. Ice pops are another example (preferably the bright blue ones). Frozen yogurt popsicles are another example.

As the weather begins to warm up, I wanted to come up with a dish that would stand up to the heat. These popsicles are ready to eat right out of the freezer.

I used Chobani’s Coconut Blended Greek Yogurt, which is now my fave yogurt. Every month, we collaborate on Instagram photos, but these popsicles were so delicious that I had to share them with you all on the blog.


I eat the coconut yogurt with fresh berries, chia seeds, and almonds nearly every morning now, and I enjoy how it’s not too sweet. It formed an excellent popsicle foundation that didn’t need any more sugar.

So, I’m off to finish up some work before departing on Thursday with my mother and sister for Europe! It’s just the three of us on this vacation.

We’ve earned the moniker “The Three Golden Ladies” following a birthday card my mother sent me a few years ago featuring three aristocratic lady chickens. Heheh.



  1. Scoop yogurt and berries alternately into a 10-popsicle popsicle mold until almost filled.
  2. Freeze for at least 6 hours, ideally overnight, after topping with a tablespoon or two of granola and fitting with sticks.


These Greek yogurt frozen dessert popsicles are a perfect summertime treat. They’re made with coconut milk, sweetened with honey, and topped with fresh fruit. Reference: greek yogurt frozen dessert.

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