These bright and creamy yogurt popsicles are the cool summer treat you need right now! This low carb recipes tangy, sweet flavors and colorful hues will have you feeling all the unicorn vibes.
I use greek yogurt and keto sweeteners to keep these low carb popsicles super healthy while making them addictively delicious.
This low carb ice cream swap is a perfect mid-day snack or after-dinner treat, and you can customize it with whatever fruity flavors you like best.
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These melty, luscious yogurt popsicles may be the simplest recipe on this site! Plus:
- Ready in just a few minutes (plus freeze time)!
- A few simple, whole ingredients – no preservatives or colorings here!
- Gives your sweet tooth a fix, without blowing your carb limit!!
Ready to whip up some quick and delicious pops? They take no time at all!
3 simple ingredients and you are on your way to a decadent, guilt-free dessert!
Low carb Greek yogurt – Greek style yogurt is going to give an amazing creaminess to these popsicles, plus some great protein! A lot of greek yogurts have added sugar, so make sure you check the label or make your own.
Fruit – You can use whatever your favorite low carb fruits are – I really enjoyed this version made with berries. Plus, you can swirl your fruits together for insta ready yogurt popsicles that are as gorgeous as they are delicious.
Swerve/Lakanto – I love these sugar swaps made from erythritol – they’re zero calories, have zero effect on blood sugar, and tastes 100% like the original. You can also use other keto sweeteners if you have one you prefer
Tools To Make
These yogurt popsicles come together in as little as 1, 2, 3! Use a couple of simple tools to keep it quick and easy!
- Food processor – You’ll need a processor, blender, or immersion blender to get your berries nice and macerated.
- Popsicle molds – If you make low carb ice cream bars on the regular, you probably have a nifty popsicle mold sitting around. If not, I suggest you pick one up (they come in lots of styles!) But, no need to wait on your Prime delivery – fashion your own out of dixie cups and popsicle sticks! Voila – your yogurt popsicles are ready.
Store your yogurt popsicles in…. you guessed it, the freezer! Pop them in the freezer to firm up and keep them there until ready to eat. If you’re using dixie cups, you may want to move them to large, ziptop bags after they firm up to keep freezer burn away.
Run the popsicle mold or dixie cup under warm water to help them slide out easier. Eat immediately for the best results.
- Want to add chocolate? That’s totally my style! Dip your firm popsicles in melted low carb chocolate for a crunchy coating! You can also use low carb popsicle recipe for a low carb chocolate ice cream turned popsicle.
- Swap the fruit. If you aren’t eating low carb, you can go wild here — mangos, pineapple, oranges, you name it! For us low carbers, stick to berries, citrus (like in these lemon cheesecake fat bombs) or use creamy ‘cados (packed with fiber!) — You can pour my avocado ice cream into popsicles molds for a totally different popsicle.
- Want something unique? Take these yogurt popsicles fixin’s and turn them into low carb ice cream bites!
- Take these up a notch by mixing in some low carb cookies crumbled!
- Add some chopped low carb nuts to give some delicious crunch (and added protein!) Almonds will give you 19g of protein and only 5 net carbs per 100g!
I’m an eat-dessert-first kind of person, so I’m always dreaming up new recipes. Need some sweet infusions to your menu? Try these!
- Strawberry Cheesecake Fat Bombs
- Sugar Free Whipped Cream
- Chocolate Chia Pudding
- Cream Cheese Fat Bombs
- Sugar Free White Chocolate
Yogurt PopsiclesPrint Recipe
- 2 Cups Fruit I used sliced strawberries and blueberries
- 1/4 Cup Swerve or Lakanto (see sweetener notes below) granular
- 2 Cups Greek Yogurt I use Fage or Trader Joe's brand
- 1/2 Cup Coconut shredded + unsweetened
- 1/4 Cup Nut Butter Make sure your nut butter is "wet"
- Blend fruits (2 cups) in a food processor until only small pieces remain (see photo).
- Place fruits in a large bowl. Use a rubber spatula to stir in the erythritol (1/4 cup).
- Add Greek yogurt (2 cups) and fold together with the fruits. If you want them to look tie-dyed, lightly swirl together -- if you'd prefer them to be a solid color, stir until well combined. Taste and add more sweetener if desired.
- Pour evenly into popsicles molds (small Dixie cups work well here too!).
- Toss popsicle molds in the freezer for an hour, then insert the popsicle sticks. Place them back in the freezer for another 3 hours, or until they're completely frozen.
- Run popsicle molds under warm water to remove and enjoy!
Fans Also Made These Low Carb Recipes:
- Lakanto, Swerve, or Erythritol. I stick to Lakanto and Swerve which are a 1:1 swap with traditional sugar. If using a different brand of Erythritol, keep in mind it's 70% as sweet as sugar, so you may need to add more to taste.
- Nutritional information is for 1 popsicle if you make 8 popsicles using this recipe, and was calculated using strawberries as the fruit, and 2% Fage for the yogurt (does not include optional toppings):