Fruit and Yogurt Popsicles

Heat Wave Rx !

We are in the middle of a heatwave and I am so done. My kitchen is too hot to do anything in and with the fans blowing art supplies it’s impossible to do much art. So today we made organic yogurt popsicles , and went outside and played in the shade with our Ocean we made a while back.

  1. Gather your materials. You will need 2-3 large strawberries ( ripe ripe is best) , a banana, and a small yogurt. You will need a blender and some popsicle molds as well.
  2. Count your strawberries as you pop them in.
  3. Next up the banana.
  4. Squeeze the yogurt
  5. Blend!
  6. Taste to make sure it’s ok.
  7. Pour into the molds
  8. Pop in the sticks ( I asked specifically for each color, I can’t help it I’m a teacher through and through and these mini lessons just happen)
  9. Freeze
  10. Enjoy!
Rainbow Popsicles

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  1. Trisha says


    I agree this is so fun. I have a gigantic cantaloupe from the farmers' market that we'll use for popsicles later this week.

    Ceemee, if you have the sticks or something similar you could use small paper cups.

    Any good ice cream or popsicle books? We like "Thomas' Milkshake Muddle".

    Have a good day!

  2. Amber says

    I'm in Vancouver, BC and the heat wave is killing me. I am feeling pretty done, too. These popsicles look so good right now, they are the perfect prescription. Thanks, Allie!

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