Greek Yogurt and Fruit Puree Popsicles

Today was the first day I’ve worked out in way longer than I’ll ever admit. I vowed to lose 7 pounds by the time I turn 27. Shhhuddder. So I went to this new place right by my apartment. The class is centered around a ballet bar, and it’s kind of the hype right now.

I’d say it’s definitely different than any class I’ve tried in the past. I think I got a good workout because my legs and arms felt like jello afterward, but the place itself kind of gave me the heebie-jeebies. But then again I have issues. I prefer yoga and regular walks.

When I got back to my apartment I really wanted one of these Greek Yogurt and Fruit Puree Popsicles. It is disgustingly hot in Chicago right now and these pops are so refreshing and healthy! And what’s better to snack on after a workout than Greek yogurt? Nada!!!

We didn’t add any sugar whatsoever to these popsicles because the fruit is sweet enough by itself. They’re completely guilt free! I can’t wait to mix it up a little and make the next batch with other pureed fruits: mango, raspberry, blueberry, peach!

They’re cool snacks all summer long!

How to Make Greek Yogurt and Fruit Puree Popsicles

1. Remove the stems from the strawberries and peel the kiwi

2. Using the food processor, make 2 purees

3. Mix together 2 cups Greek yogurt with 2 tbsps each of pureed kiwi and strawberry

4. Layer the yogurt and the fruit purees

Like so!

Great after workout snack.


Greek Yogurt and Fruit Puree Popsicles

Prep Time 10 minutes
Course Dessert


  • 2 cup fat free Greek yogurt
  • 2 kiwis, peeled
  • 2 cup strawberries, washed and stems removed


  • Use a food processor to pulse the fruits separately. Make purees out of the strawberries and kiwi and transfer to 2 bowls.
  • In a separate bowl, add Greek yogurt. Add 2 tablespoons of each fruit puree and mix to combine. This will sweeten the yogurt without over-sweetening it.
  • Layer the yogurt, and fruit purees in the Popsicle molds. Secure the tops on the Popsicle molds and freeze for several hours, until firm.
Keyword fruit, Greek Yogurt, Popsicles