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Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles

These Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles are great for the whole family on a hot day!

Nutritional Information

Not only are these popsicles delicious, but they are full of nutrients as well!

Strawberries: are full of important vitamins and minerals that benefit our health. They are high in vitamin C; in fact, one cup contains about 180% of the recommended Daily Value for kids, making it an excellent source of this vitamin. They’re also a good source of fiber and contain potassium, folate, and numerous antioxidants.  A majority of strawberries are made up of water, so they are a great food to keep your kid hydrated. 

Yogurt: is full of protein and calcium to help develop muscles and bones as well as probiotics, or good bacteria, that help your kid maintain a healthy gut.

Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Freeze Time:
5 hours
Servings: 6 medium popsicles
Age: 9+ months 


  •  2 cups strawberries
  • 2-4 tbsp maple syrup (optional for under 1 year of age)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cup yogurt


  1. In a medium saucepan, place the strawberries, maple syrup and vanilla and heat over medium-low heat for 10 minutes.
  2.  Using the back of a fork, break down the strawberries into small chunks. If you want a completely smooth strawberry popsicle, then use an immersion blender or blender to puree the strawberries.
  3.  Let this strawberry compote cool for 10-15 minutes.
  4.  Once cool the strawberry compote should have thickened up a little bit. Add the yogurt to the strawberries in dollops and gently stir. You can stir completely so the yogurt and strawberries are completely combined or marble the yogurt and strawberries so the popsicles have a more swirled effect.
  5.  Gently spoon the strawberry yogurt mixture into a popsicle mold of your choice.
  6.  Place the popsicle mold into the freezer and freeze for at least 5 hours, preferably overnight.
  7.  Gently take the popsicle out of the mold, serve and enjoy! 



Age: can be served to 6-9+ months, depending on when baby can hold the popsicle stick.  

Yield: this recipe makes roughly 3 cups of popsicle mixture. You may need to increase/decrease that amount based on your popsicle mold size. If you have any leftovers, feel free to serve it as a smoothie or smoothie bowl to your kiddos (or yourself). 

Notes on Strawberries: This recipe can use fresh or frozen strawberries. 

Notes on Yogurt: for babies under 1, we recommend using plain whole milk yogurt but for toddlers over 1 year of age, you can use plain, vanilla, honey, lemon, or whichever other flavor sounds good or you have on hand. We do recommend using whole milk yogurt to help boost the flavor and thickness. You can also use any plant-based yogurt you prefer as well – oat, cashew, almond, soy, etc. 

Sweetness: Depending on the sweetness of your fruit and your sweetness preference, I recommend tasting the simmered strawberries before pouring it into the trays to see if it needs more sweetener.