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4 Ingredient Popsicles

Summer is coming!

Warm weather. Sunny days spent outside in the sprinkler or by the pool. There's nothing like cooling off with a popsicle.

Make these as a rainy day activity with your littles.


16 oz strawberries

½ cup coconut milk

5-6 oz vanilla or strawberry yogurt

¼ cup honey


  1. Wash and remove the stems on the strawberries. Finely dice ½ cup of the strawberries and leave the rest whole.

  2. Place the whole strawberries in the blender with coconut milk, yogurt, and honey. Blend until smooth. Stir in the diced strawberries.

  3. Pour into a popsicle mold and add the sticks. Freeze for at least 6 hours, until solid.

  4. To get the popsicles out of the mold you may need to run warm water on the bottom. You can then remove the popsicles and store them in a Ziploc bag for longer storage. They will keep for 1-2 weeks.

In her notes, she does state you can use any type of milk and yogurt, but the texture may differ. I used 2% milk with milk-based vanilla yogurt. Next time I am going to try almond milk with almond milk-based yogurt. Instead of only using strawberries, I used a frozen fruit mix and left everything whole. I worked with what I had in my home already.

I only made a half batch and used these cute molds bought off Amazon. Because I only made a half batch, I was able to use my individual shake mixer instead of my large blender.

My daughter LOVED helping me measure everything out. She even drank the remainder of the popsicle mix that didn’t fit into our popsicle molds. She is such a helper like that.



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