Mini Fruity Dream Pops

During the summer when it is hot, popsicles are a staple around our house.  Now that my baby is one, he feels like he is part of the group and he wants in on the popsicle business also.  I always try to have some homemade popsicles in the freezer, because I know they are just fruit.  These pops are a mixture of 100% juice, and Greek yogurt for a little protein and a creamy flavor and texture.  They turned out delicious and are just the perfect size for toddlers!

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We don’t buy juice often, but when we do we always buy no-sugar addd 100% juice.  We like the Juicy Juice brand, and also Welch’s has a new juice called Farmer’s Pick that is 100% juice.  We made ours with mango and grape.  Just blend juice and plain Greek yogurt 2:1 ratio.  Pour into your mold and freeze!

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These molds are seriously the best because they are silicone and the popsicles literally ‘pop’ right out!  My 3 and 5 year old loved them, even though they both ate 2 popsicles to feel satisfied.  If you are looking for a fast, vitamin filled treat, this recipe is for you!

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Mini Fruity Dream Pops

Mini Fruity Dream Pops
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Serves: 27 mini pops
  • 2 cups 100% juice
  • 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
  Blend together. Pour into popsicles molds and freeze. Enjoy!
written by
Natalie Monson

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Natalie says:

You can find them on Amazon – click on the picture of the mold on the bottom of the post for the link 🙂

Natalie says:

If you click on the picture of the mold at the bottom of the post, it is a link to buy them on Amazon 🙂

A protein shake shaker bottle is excellent for protein shakes, sports drinks and whey protein, ideal for use as a mixer bottle using whisk or blender ball inside.

Tamara says:

I love it!!.. I have a 10 months toddler and she really enjoyed it

My goodness they look tempting! I think the recipe is fairly easy and healthy. Thanks for arousing an instant craving, I so want to have these Popsicles right now!
P.S: I like those molds too. The one I have are way too long but this cute 😉

Olivia says:

Where did you find the molds?

Sascha says:

Could you tell us where to get these nifty popsicle molds?

Adorable! We have the same molds and LOVE them. They’re great for my 3-year old and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t eat them, too. I have found that whole pureed frozen fruit works well. One of my favorites is a pineapple/banana puree. I sprinkle a few wild blueberries into the mold before I pour the puree in and then we have blue polka dot pops. 🙂

Amanda says:

Where did you get the molds?

Lexi says:

There’s a link to buy the molds right above the recipe

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